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He Will Meet Justice: Al Sharpton Faces Jail Time

Things aren’t looking so good for race-baiter and professional scammer Al Sharpton. Rumor has it he’s set to have his passport revoked.

According to reports, H.R. 22 contained a provision that authorized the State Department to revoke passports of tax-delinquent Americans who owe the IRS more than $50,000.

“If this bill becomes law, it will be imperative for Americans traveling abroad or living abroad to pay attention to IRS notices,” David Kautter, a partner at a Washington-based accounting firm told the Wall Street Journal.

The bill has passed and will officially go into law at the beginning of the year. That means that Al Sharpton, who owes millions in taxes, will likely not be leaving the United States until he figures out how to pay what he owes. At the present moment, he appears to have no intention of paying anything.

In fact, Sharpton claims that the IRS is going after him for “political reasons.”

“We’re talking about old taxes,” he told reporters earlier this year. “I think it’s political.”

We’re excited to see that Al Sharpton may finally get what he has coming to him. What do you think of the new bill?

Source: Americannews

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. Paul

    December 16, 2016 at 4:29 am

    I think the bill is good in some cases but not so good for others.

  2. Gail Currin

    December 16, 2016 at 4:36 am

    What does it matter if they are “old” taxes or “new” taxes. They are taxes and should have been paid. People are required to pay taxes, I pay taxes and, although, I take offense at the way my tax dollars are spent, I still pay them. Al Sharpton is not a special person who just gets to not pay his taxes because he doesn’t feel like it. It is the law. Take away his passport and make him pay or put him in Prison.

  3. Alice

    December 16, 2016 at 6:01 am

    He must be senile. They are old because he didn’t pay them when they were due. Hope they have added the years of interest too. Lol

  4. Tom

    December 16, 2016 at 1:02 pm

    Oh the magic of compound intrest penalties. Thanks Mr. Sharpton for supporting…well…nothing.

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