The Supreme Court Knew What They Were Doing…They Were Protecting Trump’s Tax Returns

The Supreme Court Knew What They Were Doing…They Were Protecting Trump’s Tax Returns

At long last, the Democrats are going to get their way, or so they have been led to believe. They’re dancing with glee and foaming at the mouth like rabid dogs.

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has been investigating whether or not the Trump Organization paid hush money to several women who accused the President of having illicit affairs with them prior to his election.

Vance claims if this the case, Trump would be guilty of violating state laws, and he’s been chomping at the bit to take the president down. But the only way Vance can even think about achieving his goal is to see the president’s personal and business tax records.

As such, Vance went to the Supreme Court and requested eight years of Trump’s tax returns be handed over for review. He wants the documents made public.

In a shocking 7-2 vote, the court sided with Vance. The judges ruled that Trump is not immune from having to reveal this information.

While this appears to be a huge blow for Trump, it really isn’t. The Supreme Court, not wanting to bear the responsibility of ruling on the final decision, they kicked the case down to a lower court. Out of sight. Out of mind.

Trump still feels as though the requested release for his tax returns is driven by partisan intent to use them against him. Since the bulk of American citizens will not understand the detail and complexity of the tax returns, anyone could make up anything, and the general public would be none the wiser.

They’ll latch on to whatever in his records appeals to them the most without the benefit of further research. Whereas if the records are examined properly, they will also reveal a system of checks and balances on each individual line which would account for every single cent. It’s called gains and losses. Every business has them. It’s taught in Business Theory 101.

The president has been staring at a couple of other suits concerning the release of his tax records as well, so these were also taken into consideration by the Supreme Court. Might as well put this whole thing to bed and be done with it. Who wants to go for coffee?

Deutsche Bank filed a similar suit because of their investigation into possible money laundering by the Russians in which they believe Trump was a part of.

In 2019, the Committee of Oversight and Reform issued a subpoena for Trumps’ tax records on the premise of investigating government ethics and conflicts of interest within the executive branch. The suit was lumped together with the one from Deutsche Bank.

The subpoenas were issued only after Trumps’ former lawyer, Michael Cohen, for vindictive reasons, said that Trumps’ portrayal of his massive wealth was phony. Cohen said Trump used his own exaggerated figure in efforts to obtain loans from several banks, one of those being Deutsche.

By the Supreme Court throwing these wads of useless and bogus papers at the lower courts, the authority to have them released lessens significantly. It was all part of the plan.

A theory floating around, which makes perfect sense, is that President Trump hopes he loses the case. Everything he has done has been intentional.

The theory says that the release of his tax returns will prove his innocence once and for all, at a time when elections are right around the corner. Trump plans on shutting down the Democrats once and for all. He’s a clever cookie.

By disproving what the liberals have been claiming throughout his entire presidency thus far, it will further serve to discredit every other falsehood they’ve been spitting out of their funky-breathed mouths. And thus, he will be re-elected as America’s Commander-in-Chief for a second term, by a landslide vote.

Whether or not that theory holds any water can’t be determined at present, but one thing is for certain, the lower courts will meet their match when Trumps’ attorneys confidently strut in and tear them to shreds.

Trump 2020.


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