Trump's tax returns - exactly the pitiful sham we expected

Discussion in 'Present & Current Events' started by Thomas R. Morrison, Sep 27, 2020.

  1. Thomas R. Morrison

    Thomas R. Morrison Meh

    So somehow the NYT got hold of Trump's tax returns for the last 20-ish years, and of course they reveal a farce of endless losses and debts. Anyone who didn't expect these tax returns to be a damning indictment against his self-proclaimed business acumen is dumber than a sack of dirt because Trump's endless bankruptcies and general incompetence are a matter of public record. And I'm not saying this for partisan reasons - Joe Biden is a dementia patient and probable sex offender (see: Tara Reade allegations) who also has zero business running the most powerful nation in the world. But I have to wonder if the IC leaked these documents to the press, because they've been using the fake RussiaGate hoax against him for nearly four years nonstop...and the timing of this leak is obviously engineered to hobble him right before the 2020 election (which the American people have already lost, because both candidates are revolting parasites with gigantic cognitive and moral deficiencies).

    Trump’s Taxes Show Chronic Losses and Years of Income Tax Avoidance
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  2. Standingstones

    Standingstones Celestial

    As much as I hate to say it, this will merely be water off of a duck’s back. The American public expects our politicians to be scumbags and they rarely disappoint us.
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  3. Dejan Corovic

    Dejan Corovic Celestial

    It all goes to confirm that we need scientists to lead our countries, not politicians.

    In the last 300 years, science alone increased living standards by a phenomenal 4,000%. That's 4,000% more than all the businessmen achieved over the previous 14,000 years.

    We need our leaders to be the smartest and the most honest among us, not a populist idiots and crooked car salesmen and politicians. Crooks are only good at telling us what we want to hear, but they don't deliver paychecks. Contrary to that science delivers on the money. My programming profession didn't even exist when I was born. And a whole new industries and jobs are constantly created by scientists.

    If scientists are good to create our jobs, then they are good to lead us.
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