Category Archives: Human typo Steve Mnuchin
Worst. Bond. Villain. Ever. and human typo Steve Mnuchin decided to reject a Democratic subpoena for Prznint Emolument’s tax returns. So I guess the next step is to the courts.
Worst. Bond. Villain. Ever. Steve Mnuchin’s criminal defiance to obey a legal request to turn over Comrade Stupid’s taxes to Congress might have consequences for himself! Axios: “Much as I like the visual of [throwing people in jail], I think … Continue reading
We should offer congratulations to Mnuchin for being the first treasury secretary in U.S. history to have a trending hashtag dedicated to the proposition of putting him in prison.
Yesterday—after both strategic hire AG Bill ‘Low’ Barr and living typo Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told high-ranking members of Congress to bite them—the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York climbed out its hole, did not see … Continue reading
Worst Bond Villain Ever and living typo Steve Mnuchin has rejected the the House Ways and Means Committee’s request to see Prznint McGrifter’s tax returns: “In reliance on the advice of the Department of Justice, I have determined that the … Continue reading
Prznint Stupid’s personal attorneys William S. Consovoy and Stefan Passantino are working overtime (and billing hours!) to conceal all of his financial information! Dewey Screwem & Howe (or whatever their law firm is called) are urging Treasury officials to violate … Continue reading
CNN: “House Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal is not backing down on his request for six years of the President Donald Trump’s personal and business tax returns, he writes In a new letter sent Saturday to IRS Commissioner … Continue reading
Treasury Secretary and living typo Steven Mnuchin says his department is unable to provide Prznint Grifter’s tax returns to Congress by yesterday’s deadline. Mnuchin said his department respects congressional oversight but needs more time to review the “unprecedented” request. A-hem! … Continue reading
Chairman Richard Neal of the House Ways and Means Committee, has officially requested six years of our Grifter-in-Chief’s personal and business tax returns from the IRS. The law (remember laws? seems quaint, dontit?) requires the IRS to provide those returns … Continue reading