Saturday, May 11, 2019

Impeachment Games: House Democrats Slap Treasury Department, IRS With Subpoena For Trump's Taxes

By Town Hall, May 10, 2019

House Democrats are continuing their game of impeachment bingo, and President Trump’s tax returns are the winning prize. For months, we’ve known that the Left wants to know what’s in these documents. Trump refused to release his tax returns during the 2016 election, irking Democrats and their allies in the media. It’s all part of their desperate and pathetic game to find something, anything, which could be spun to impeach the president. The Mueller report killed Russia collusion. Special Counsel Robert Mueller was crystal clear: there was no collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. Again, a great many of us knew this when zero evidence was presented to this manufactured myth peddled by the liberal media. So, the Democrats are focusing on taxes, especially after the Trump administration slapped down requests for the Treasury Department to turn over six years worth of returns. Last night, House Democrats have subpoenas the Treasury Department and the IRS to handover these document next Friday at 5 PM (via WaPo):
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