Seize Chuck Schumer's Ill-Gotten Assets & Banish Him From The CountryChris | InformationLiberation
Senator Chuck Schumer claims Facebook's Eduardo Saverin is not paying his "fair share," that's why he wants to pass a law, the "EX-PATRIOT Act," requiring expats to fork over a third of their assets to the US government for the privilege of being allowed to leave, and after giving up all their money, they would then be banished from the country forever.
The fact of the matter is Chuck Schumer, not Eduardo Saverin, is the one who is not paying his "fair share."
Chuck Schumer has been a member of the political class his entire life, every dime he's "earned" has been taxpayer money, taxpayer money forcibly extracted from people like Eduardo Saverin against their will through threats of jail.
Chuck Schumer is not a taxpayer, he's a taxfeeder.
Chuck Schumer and his kind in government are sucking off every productive member of society, from Eduardo to a local minimum wage McDonalds worker.
Eduardo Saverin, on the other hand, turned $30,000, his entire life savings at the time, into $3,000,000,000. He funded the creation of the biggest website the world has ever known, a website half the people in the U.S. use every day which many people's lives revolve around, a website which employs thousands of productive workers and helps thousands of businesses advertise to potential customers. Eduardo Saverin has enriched not only himself through his work, but the entire world.
Chuck Schumer has done just the opposite, throughout his entire life, and now he's seeking to rob the producers of our society even further.
The fact of the matter is the U.S. would be infinitely richer if parasites like Senator Schumer were banished from the nation and their ill-gotten wealth was seized and returned to it's rightful owners, namely producers like Mr. Saverin.
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