The Russia-Collusion investigation is at our expense!

It’s time to ????FIRE???? Mueller and his team of corruption. Sign the petition today and ask 10 people to sign it as well. We are no longer the silent majority!

Does this look like a non bias prosecution team? A team really going after the truth or a team to TRY and take down the President? I fully support investigations. I fully support the truth. This team isn’t looking for the truth. This team has their own agenda, one that we are paying for!Meet the team:

• Robert Mueller – Special Counsel Team leader.  — Best friend to fired leaker James Comey a key witness in the case and cohort at the FBI in assisting Mueller to enable the Clintons to get away with their many crimes.

• Rush Atkinson, an attorney on detail from the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section at the Department of Justice. Donated $200 to Clinton in 2016.

• Peter Carr – DOJ spokesman under Barack Obama.

• Andrew Goldstein, a public corruption prosecutor on detail from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Southern District of New York. Worked under Trump-basher Preet Bharara in the liberal New York southern district.

• Adam Jed, an appellate attorney on detail from DOJ’s Civil Division.   Defended Obamacare at the DOJ.

• Lisa Page, an attorney on detail from the FBI’s Office of the General Counsel and a former trial attorney with the Criminal Division’s Organized Crime and Gang Section. Investigated Ukrainian oligarch Dmitry Firtash, a one-time business partner of former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort, at the DOJ.

• Elizabeth Prelogar, an appellate attorney on detail from the Office of the Solicitor General. Fluent in Russian; former law clerk to Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Elena Kagan.

• James Quarles, a former partner at WilmerHale and a former assistant special prosecutor for the Watergate Special Prosecution Force. Former assistant special prosecutor on the Watergate Special Prosecution Force.

• Jeannie Rhee, a former partner at WilmerHale who has served in the Office of Legal Counsel at DOJ and as an assistant U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia. Rhee is a Clinton Foundation Lawyer and former Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Office of Legal Counsel under Barack Obama.

• Brandon Van Grack, an attorney on detail from the Justice Department’s National Security Division. Led a grand jury inquiry in Northern Virginia scrutinizing former Trump associate Michael Flynn’s foreign lobbying.

• Andrew Weissmann, who is on detail from the Criminal Division’s Fraud Section and who has served as general counsel at the FBI and as an assistant U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of New York. Weissmann donated $2,300 to the Obama Victory Fund in 2008, $2,000 to the DNC in 2006 and at least $2,300 to the Clinton campaign in 2007.

• Aaron Zebley, a former partner at WilmerHale who has previously served with Mueller at the FBI and has served as an assistant U.S. attorney in the Eastern District of Virginia.  — Worked with Robert Mueller at the WilmerHale firm.

• Aaron Zelinsky, an attorney on detail from the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of Maryland.  Worked under Assistant AG Rod Rosenstein in Maryland.

• Zainab Ahmad, a top national security prosecutor on detail from U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of New York.

• Michael Dreeben, an appellate attorney on detail from the Office of the Solicitor General, described by former colleagues as one of the brightest criminal law experts of the past two generations.

The numbers are rumored to be around $7MM. We could sure use that money for MANY other things. How many homeless vets would that help?

It’s time to ????FIRE???? Mueller and his team of corruption. Sign the petition today and ask 10 people to sign it as well. We are no longer the silent majority!

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#fireback on the Russian collusion click HERE to watch.

Source -TheGatewaypundit.com

TAX REFORM. Here’s what’s next & hidden gems!

ALL democrats voted NO on this tax bill. All republicans voted YES, except Corker. Remember this in 2018. MAGA

The bill still needs to be reconciled with the House-passed legislation, which differs in some significant ways from the Senate plan. If the bill is signed this year most provisions will take place January 1st, 2018. Congress is set to adjourn December 15th for Christmas break, House Speaker Paul Ryan says he will keep the house open if needed to pass tax reform.

The House plan went with four brackets: 12 percent, 25 percent, 35 percent and a top rate that stays at 39.6 percent for millionaires.

The Senate bill sticks with seven brackets of 10 percent, 12 percent, 22.5 percent, 25 percent, 32.5 percent and 35 percent but lowers the top rate to 38.5 percent for high-income individuals and couples.

Personal deductions: The Senate bill nearly doubles the standard deduction level to $12,000 for individuals and $24,000 for couples.

SALT (State and Local Taxes)

Allows people to deduct their state and local income, sales and property taxes. The House bill limits the deduction to just property taxes and caps it at $10,000.

The Senate plan eliminates the so-called SALT deduction entirely.

Mortgage Interest Deduction

House would cap the deduction for mortgage interest debt at $500,000, down from the current cap of $1 million.

Senate Republicans have decided to leave the deduction alone.

Corporate Tax Rate

It’s 20%

House wants 2018

Senate wants 2019

The United States’ tax system needs to be more competitive so that companies invest here and that they do not have an incentive to shift profits to lower-tax jurisdictions.

The Senate plan will impose taxes on American and foreign companies that shift offshore money earned in the United States. There would be an effective minimum tax on money earned domestically and a 12.5 percent tax on foreign revenue from intellectual property.

The original House approach would have levied a 20 percent “excise tax” on payments between American and foreign companies that are affiliated with each other.

Adoption, Health, Education

The House repealed deductions for medical expenses and counted tuition wavers that are widely used by graduate students as taxable income.

The Senate maintained the deduction for medical expenses and provides “education relief” for graduate students.

The senate bill will allow for deductions of medical expenses not covered by Obamacare because if Obamacare’s mandate is repealed, thousands of people are expected to drop their health insurance, raising the cost for those who decide to keep it.

Estate Tax (Death Tax)

House Republicans decided in their bill to double the amount of inherited wealth that is exempt from the tax to $11 million, from $5.5 million, and phase out the tax after six years.

In the Senate, the exemption is also doubled, but the death tax never dies.

HIDDEN GEMS:

Fans rooting on their favorite college teams will no longer be able to deduct their tickets as a “charitable donation.”

Eliminates tax-exempt bonds for sports facilities.

Private art collectors whose pieces are housed in “private foundations” may no longer be eligible for tax breaks under the new plan.

Limits gambling deductions.

Language about unborn child having a 529 savings account. This is language that could weaken Roe v Wade. Making life of a child start at conception.

23% tax deduction instead of 17.4% for Mom and pop shops and no public corporations.

Repealing a fee paid by some Americans who do not buy health insurance.

ALL democrats voted NO on this tax bill. All republicans voted YES, except Corker. Remember this in 2018. MAGA