12-Hrs After Maddow Opened Her Mouth About Taxes THIS Scandalous Skeleton Just Came Out

Last night, Rachel Maddow made an absolute fool of herself on national television when she ” revealed” President Trump’s tax returns. Instead of delivering a “bombshell” report, Maddow showed the world how much Trump paid in taxes to the U.S. government.

Maddow thought that she had damning evidence that would bury Trump for good. It was hysterical watching this woman stammer on for twenty minutes before showing everyone what we already knew. Maddow proved to the world that Trump paid more taxes than Obama, Clinton, and even Bernie Sanders. However, she missed the pink elephant in the room when these skeleton’s fell out of the closet.

If Maddow was a true journalist, why didn’t she talk about the real tax evaders in her own network?

MSNBC employs some of the biggest scoundrels of tax evasion. Let us begin with race-baiter Al Sharpton who has more than a half-million dollars in unpaid taxes. I guess Sharpton cannot find time in his busy schedule of creating chaos to clear that matter up, right?

Or, what about MSNBC colleague Joy-Ann Reid, who has a $4,948.15 tax warrant out on her.

I guess those people are perfectly fine with evading paying taxes since they are liberals.

It seems to me that these people are willing to trash the president of the United States over accusations. The left cannot stand that Trump is wealthy or that he destroyed Hillary Clinton. Instead, they have to continue to drum up mock outrage to keep their hateful base foaming at the mouth.

I am sure it rather embarrassing for Maddow at this moment. Instead, of her revealing anything of importance inadvertently made Trump look like a hero.

Here is a little advice from me to you MSNBC. Instead, of worrying about how much Trump paid in taxes, how about you worry about cleaning up your own house.

What do you all think?

H/T [ Daily Caller ]

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