Who’s Punching A Nazi Today?

Gotta love this: Richard Spencer’s white-nationalist think tank broke Virginia nonprofit law

Richard Spencer’s white nationalist think tank broke Virginia nonprofit laws by failing to register in the state and by not telling prospective donors it had lost its tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service, according to an investigation by state regulators.

…Since Spencer took over the National Policy Institute in 2011, the group has been plagued by administrative problems. Spencer didn’t file federal tax returns for three years, leading the IRS to retroactively strip the National Policy Institute of its 501(c)3 tax-exempt status in mid-March.

The agency also said the National Policy Institute broke state law by not telling prospective donors on its website that the group had lost its tax-exempt status, potentially misinforming donors that they would be able to claim tax deductions with the IRS.

“NPI is aware of their 501c3 status being revoked … yet continues to claim 501c3 status on their donation pages,” an investigator noted in a summary of the review of Spencer’s group.

Oh, man, that’s like failing Grifting 101. Even Mike Huckabee knows you keep that tax-exempt status safe to keep the sweet, sweet Ameros flowing into your pockets, er, whatevs.

(Image from @sweartrek on the electric twitter machine.)

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8 Responses to Who’s Punching A Nazi Today?

  1. roket says:

    And they call themselves a think tank? I think not.

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  2. Pupienus Maximus says:

    Lock. Him. Up.

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  3. Big Bad Bald Bastard says:

    He’s putting the Nazi in Not 501C3

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  4. tommyspoon says:

    I’ve been tweeting at Richard Spencer, because it amuses me. And I’ve been attempting to track the splintering of the factions: “alt-right”, “alt-light”, “cucks”, etc. It’s very confusing, and very very satisfying… 😉

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