REALLY, California? The “Presidential Tax Transparency and Accountability Act”?
Liberal desperation at its finest is making the rounds in the California legislature. Senate Bill 27 is not content with the existing law which “establishes processes for printing on presidential primary ballots the names of candidates for the President of the United States who are considered to be generally recognized candidates or who are selected by a sufficient number of registered voters.” See, the problem is, they want Trump to release his taxes so they will try to force him to by making it a law.
It’s actually adorable when liberals and democratic lawmakers think they are pulling the wool over our eyes. Trump’s tax returns have been at the epicenter of a battle with Congress for years. The business mogul has claimed that he cannot release them because they are under audit. Now California thinks if they pass a law saying no one can run for President of the United States without releasing their tax returns, Trump will not run, and voila; problem solved. No more President Trump.
Senate Bill 27 was signed today by California governor Gavin Newsom. The bill, if passed:
Would enact the Presidential Tax Transparency and Accountability Act, which would require a candidate for President, in order to have the candidate’s name placed upon a primary election ballot to file the candidate’s income tax returns for the 5 most recent taxable years with the Secretary of State, as specified. The act would require the Secretary of State, within 5 days of receiving the returns, to make redacted versions of the returns available to the public on the Secretary of State’s internet website.
Democrats, mainstream media and Trump haters have found yet another way to distract the public and take leadership away from productivity. The despair and desperation are very transparent, and quite frankly, unbecoming.
REAL FULL CA SENATE BILL: HERE