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H.R. 1: It’s Worse Than You Think
« on: April 01, 2021, 10:22:17 AM »
April 1, 2021
H.R. 1: It’s Worse Than You Think
By Anony Mee

“…and for other purposes” seems to be included in the titles of so many bills these days that it’s always enlightening to dig a little deeper, past a bill’s obvious provisions. In the case of H.R. 1 -- the 2021 Omnibus Federal Electoral Fraud Enhancement Act -- the revelations are pretty scary. They’re intended to drive from politics people Democrats don’t like and to consolidate in Congressional hands information that violates the Separation of Powers doctrine or the Bill of Rights.

Others have spoken forcefully about the bill’s proposed unjust and ruinous changes to the Federal Election Commission, campaign finance reforms, and general election processes. Today, let’s see what the last 100 or so pages of this nearly 900-page bill bring us. This is where all the “other purposes” are hiding and they’re as bad as the rest of the bill.

Section 10001, calls for Presidential and Vice Presidential tax transparency. What it really does is suppress candidate turnout by requiring that the last ten years of income tax returns be submitted to the Federal Election Commission within 15 days of becoming a party’s nominee.

Those records, with certain limited redactions, then become public just like any report filed with the FEC. Opposition research is complete and available to China, Russia, new or former relatives, all of Congress, the media, the whole world, in fact. For the candidates who are not elected, those records stay public forever. This will discourage private citizens like Trump – as opposed to lifelong political hacks – from running for high office.

This requirement seems to be a clear violation of the 4th Amendment which protects an individual’s papers against unreasonable seizure. This is a taking if there ever was one. Surprise! The IRS already has possession. If these documents are required by Congress for any purpose, a simple warrant based upon probable cause is all that’s necessary to obtain them.

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Re: H.R. 1: It’s Worse Than You Think
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2021, 12:52:16 PM »
The federal government was created by sovereign states to serve those states.

Now the federal government is the overseer of all actions of the states, and the states serve it.

We have a Frankenstein monster.
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Re: H.R. 1: It’s Worse Than You Think
« Reply #2 on: April 01, 2021, 12:58:29 PM »
This is the type of action by a political class already in power that entrenches its power and enriches them.

This is not for the good of the nation, but the benefit of the corrupt politicians.
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Re: H.R. 1: It’s Worse Than You Think
« Reply #3 on: April 01, 2021, 06:19:05 PM »
It's perfectly obvious that the Rodents would happily turn over their tax records, or not, as the case may be because the Rodents fully plan on never again being in subject to the law.  They control who is prosecuted now, just as they did during Trump's First Term and Bush's reign as a non-conservative, and the law's penalties will simply never be applied to them.    Nor will the media request such "public" records and use them against any Rodent candidate.

That such a requirement is totally unconstitutional (the requirements for a candidate to be president are listed in the Constitution and releasing Amendment XVI paperwork is not one of them) is totally irrelevant to a party that completely eliminates all state penalties for illegal alien voting in this same bill.
The GOP is not the party leadership.  The GOP is the party MEMBERSHIP.   The members need to kick the leaders out if they leaders are going the wrong way.  No coddling allowed.