"If he didn't have something to hide," the Democrats say, "he wouldn't be fighting so hard to keep his tax returns from being released."
In their tortured little world, a desire for privacy automatically equals guilt.
When a small portion of President Trump's taxes were revealed several months ago, to the Democrats' chagrin it turned out the IRS owed him money, not the other way round! They quickly kicked that nothingburger under the rug and went back to demanding all his tax returns, implying tax fraud when he refused.
Like narcissists the world over, the Democrats keep beating the, "Well! If he had nothing to hide, he'd just reveal his taxes" drum. Privacy be damned...unless it's their privacy on the line. Then they defend it with concertina wire and machine guns while expecting you to be an open, naked book.
Trump's ongoing fight to protect the sanctity of his tax returns has nothing to do with hiding something untoward, financial hanky-panky or tax fraud.
It has everything to do with privacy. With setting a precedent for us at the expense of himself. Remember what he said?
Like everything else he does, President Trump is fighting for the American principle that we are "innocent until proven guilty." He's fighting for the right to his privacy so we can keep ours also. What a man! What a President!
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