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Opinion | Twilight Zone or hallucinations

January 2019 will go down in history as one of the most bizarre months for current affairs. Maybe it was the Blood Moon, the Twilight Zone or someone spiking everyone’s punch with some of that heroin or fentanyl coming across our Southern border, but January was insane. This month’s crazy news has all of us spinning, and I admit, my RAM memory is at capacity. In this article we will zero in on a multibillion dollar tax fraud committed by illegals, and the IRS is allowing it.

The month started out with the inexplicable government shutdown. Nancy and Chuck refused to allocate a fraction (less than 1 percent of the Boarder Security Budget) for wall construction, only a few years ago they voted for wall funding on the Southern border. The wall was OK back then, but it is immoral now. Mind you, the Old Testament is riddled with walls protecting cities from their adversaries, even Jerusalem. Other Democrat acolytes of Nancy and Chuck in several states are in some kind of arms race (Holding Jubilant Press Conferences) to see who can come up with the most inhumane and horrific Pro-Planned Parenthood late term abortion legislation. The latest saga from Virginia allows a woman in labor dilating on the delivery table to make a last minute decision to take the baby’s life. News accounts are flowing across multiple media platforms about illegals coming in from our Southern border, getting monthly entitlement checks, free healthcare, enrolling children into publicly funded schools, registering to vote and getting tax refunds. Say WHAT? You heard it; illegal folks not paying taxes are getting refunds. Let’s dig into this! You agree with me about January?

It all started when a whistle blowing local tax preparer came to WTKR 13 reporting his office had been flooded with illegals filing tax returns. The government has created the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, which has become the vehicle for huge tax fraud among illegals. I encourage you to watch this alarming news report where illegals are claiming several children as dependents who live in Mexico. TV 13 visited a single-wide mobile home and found that at least four different people, who did not live there, used this same mailing address to file tax returns, claiming 20 children and collectively they received $29,608.00 in tax refunds. Most of the examples from this tax preparer indicated between $10,000–$14,000 in refunds to illegals from these falsified tax returns. To no avail, this tax preparer notified the IRS multiple times of illegal tax fraud and there was no interest and no response.

TV 13, after multiple attempts to reach someone at the IRS by phone or email, traveled to DC and sat on their door step. No response from the IRS. TV 13, while in town, interviewed Russell George, inspector general for the U.S. Treasury Tax Administration, who on camera confirmed he has warned the IRS in writing about this deliberate fraud, NO RESPONSE. George cites this equates to $4.2 billion annually and the number is growing. One more number, it is estimated that two million illegals are filing tax returns and this number is rising.

Chuck and Nancy, just admit it, this is about gaining a huge new voting base, shut down the tax fraud, reign in the IRS and use this $4.2 billion as a down payment on the wall.

Twilight Zone or hallucination, I would rather wake up and witness this Democrat-led nightmare implode.


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John W. Giles is former President of the Christian Coalition of Alabama. He served as Small Business Advocate for the State of Alabama during Governor Guy Hunt's Administration. He was also a member of Governor Fob James Cabinet.

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