IRS Agents are Rotten THIEVES for Stealing Our Tax Rebate Money

Minnesota's government overtaxed us by $21 Billion in the last several years. When Democrats took over the entire government, they decided to spend nearly the whole surplus on more wasteful government. But a small fraction did come back to us in the form of a rebate check. Individuals received $260 and families with 5 or more dependents got $1,300.

Now the IRS wants to get its greedy hands on that money!

The rebate money you received is coming from income that was ALREADY TAXED by the federal government. If any business ran a theft scheme like this, they'd be behind bars. But the federal government is taxing the same money twice purely because it was collected by the state and then returned.

News of the tax has Governor Walz upset, according to reports, but Walz philosophically believes in a taxation system that prioritizes funding more government over keeping money in the hands of people. In fact, Walz increased taxes on Minnesotans this year despite having a record budget surplus.

Walz crony, MN Dept of Revenue Commissioner Paul Markquart, estimates that recipients of the $260 checks will pay between $26 and $57 to the federal government that is currently using tax money and shipping it off to fund the Ukrainian money laundering scheme. Families who received $1,300 will have to cough up between $130 to $286.

The federal government is running a $1.7 Trillion budget deficit so they're looking for any money they can steal to help make up the gap. When they can't steal more directly, they borrow money from the Federal Reserve, which inflates the money supply and indirectly steals from you and me by devaluing our dollar.

Crooks and thieves are running our federal government. The only way to STOP these criminals is by getting politically active. Patriots need to show up to Minnesota precinct caucuses on February 27th to take over the Political Parties and oust bad politicians!

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  • Paul Bade
    commented 2023-12-27 18:12:26 -0600
    “Even a blind squirrel finds a nut once in a while.” While I agree with Governor Walz that the state rebate is merely a return of funds already taxed by the federal government, he still doesn’t recognize that the same situation applies to social security payments, which are a return of income that was first taxed by both the state and federal government. That’s easily seen on any W-2 form; you pay tax on not just your paycheck, but also on the amount withheld for FICA, Medicare and other “taxes on income equal to x percent of wages.” If Minnesota Democrats think they don’t get enough of a bite out of the people, then let them propose including the employer’s share of the payroll tax in the employee’s taxable income and leave the retirees alone. Either way, the tax is based on greed, not need.
  • Russell Jackson
    commented 2023-12-18 09:24:40 -0600
    Gee, what a shocker. And I spent the “surplus” on condoms. Because I keep getting screwed by the MN and national Democratic DFL party. I remember Walz telling people during his re-election campaign, he was going to refund, I believe up to $2,000.00 of the surplus. I told myself I will believe it when I see it. Or in other words, “The check is in the mail, and I am from the government, and I am here to help you”.
  • Jake Duesenberg
    published this page in News 2023-12-16 09:14:50 -0600