BREAKING: Al Sharpton Finally Gets Some BAD News… It’s About Time
Earlier this month, President Barack Obama signed into law a highway bill, H.R. 22, that incidentally wound up barring race-baiter Al Sharpton from stepping foot outside of America.
Specifically, the bill contained within it a tiny little provision that authorized the State Department to revoke the passports of tax-delinquent Americans who owe the IRS more than $50,000.
“If this bill becomes law, it will be imperative for Americans traveling abroad or living abroad to pay attention to IRS notices — assuming they receive them,” David Kautter, a partner at Washington-based accounting firm RSM, explained to The Wall Street Journal a few weeks before the bill’s passage.
Since the bill passed and will officially go into law on Jan. 1, 2016, this means that our good buddy Al Sharpton, who reportedly owes million in taxes to both the federal government and the state of New York, must as of 2016 remain inside the United States at all times (at least until he pays up, which he appears to have no intention of doing).
In fact, while speaking before the National Action Network earlier this year, Sharpton went so far as to try and excuse his bad behavior by citing the
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