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ICYMI: Dem-Controlled New York Senate Passes Bill Solely to Give Trump’s Taxes to Congress

If this isn’t presidential harassment, what is?

John Salvatore

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Lawmakers in New York have their heads on straight.

Wait. That doesn’t sound right.

When President Trump is re-elected to a second term in November 2020, Democrats will still do everything possible to see him impeached.

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That’s their endgame – to get 45 out of office, no matter what.

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Dems wouldn’t exactly be thrilled with President Mike Pence if Trump gets the boot, so maybe there’s a chance they haven’t thought this one all the way through.

Now, the New York state senate has passed a bill solely so they can hand Trump’s taxes over to liberals in Congress.

If this isn’t presidential harassment, then what is?

From Auburn Pub:

New York’s Democrat-controlled Senate approved a bill easily Wednesday that would allow three congressional committees to get access to President Donald Trump’s state tax returns, giving Democrats a potential end-run around the administration’s refusal to disclose the president’s federal returns.

The bill, which now goes to the Democrat-led state Assembly, doesn’t target Trump by name, but would authorize state tax officials to release returns filed by seven different types of state and federal officeholders if requested by the leaders of the House Ways and Means Committee, the Senate Finance Committee or the Joint Committee on Taxation.

The law would apply to returns filed by the U.S. president and vice president, U.S. senators, or the state’s governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general or comptroller.

This is the state that sent Chuck Schumer, Andrew Cuomo, Bill de Blasio, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Kirsten Gillibrand and numerous other far-left radicals to elected office.

Therefore, it kind of makes sense that the Empire State would cut funding for the Special Olympics while giving raises to its representatives.

It’s not right, of course.

It just makes sense.

From Daily Wire:

Democrat-controlled New York is cutting funds to the Special Olympics and giving a raise to lawmakers a week after Democrats in Washington, D.C., expressed outrage after the Trump administration proposed cutting funds to the Special Olympics.

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The budget, which was decided on Sunday, increases New York state lawmakers’ salaries from $79,500 to $110,000 and raises Governor Andrew Cuomo’s salary by $70,000, increasing it to $250,000.

Ain’t that something?

The exact amount cut from the Games will be given to 213 lawmakers. Funny how that worked out!

Cuomo and his ilk are everything wrong with America, at the moment. They’ll whine about income disparity, then chop up $50,000 and split it between themselves.

So hypocritical.

As a way to spite President Trump, Governor Cuomo, brother of CNN’s Chris Cuomo, granted pardons to nearly two dozen “undocumented immigrants” to prevent their deportations.

Save conservative media!

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Luxury Buildings Hire Armed Guards In Preparation For Election Day Madness

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Good News: Jobless Claims Drop to 751,000, Which Is A New Pandemic Low

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Good news in the realm of economics as the number of new applications for unemployment benefits dropped down to 751,000 last week, according to a new report from the Labor Department. This is a the lowest numbers we’ve seen since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. The number of actual claims was lower than the 770,000 predicted by economists. via Washington Examiner: Additionally, states reported 359,667 initial claims for Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, a new category of eligibility created by the March CARES Act that provides benefits for workers sidelined by the pandemic, such as gig workers whose work dried up. Altogether, then, around 1.1 million workers filed for benefits. Thursday’s release indicates that the labor market is healing, if slowly, but that the situation remains extremely bad by historical standards. In comparison, prior to the pandemic, weekly claims had been running close to 200,000. Another point of comparison would be that weekly claims now are still worse than they were at the depths of the Great Recession in 2009. The total number of people claiming benefits in all programs for the week ending Oct. 10 was more than 22 million. Last year, in the comparable week, that number was 1.4 million. This is fantastic news for our country. We’re finally on the road to recovery after this extremely difficult year. Now, if only we could get folks to stop panicking needlessly about COVID-19 and fighting to keep lockdowns going perpetually, that would be most excellent. While the virus that swept the globe was definitely real and nothing to laugh at, much of the science points to the reaction to the illness being just as bad, if not worse, than the disease itself. Lockdowns almost completely destroyed the economy. The left was thrilled by this because it took away one of…

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