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Tax deductions that Bill and Hillary Clinton took for computer maintenance expenses match up closely with payments they made to Bryan Pagliano, Hillary Clinton’s personal email technician, a Daily Caller investigation reveals.

The payments to Pagliano were revealed in notes released on Friday from his Dec. 22 interview with the bureau. Investigators cited documents showing that the Clintons made a $5,000 transfer to Pagliano in 2009, and another in June 2011 for $8,350.83.

The Clintons’ publicly available tax filings show that the former first couple deducted similar amounts from Bill Clinton’s speechmaking income for computer maintenance expenses in those same years.

The Clintons also depreciated computer equipment that was put in service in June 2011 — the same month Pagliano traveled to the Clintons’ home in Chappaqua, N.Y. to work on the server — as well as at other times when major changes were made to the off-the-books email system.

The similarities in the deductions and server payments are not definitive proof that the Clintons wrote off the money they paid to Pagliano. But none of the available evidence rules it out.

Notably, the tax deductions are larger than the payments to Pagliano. If the inverse was true — if the tax deductions were smaller than the payments to Pagliano — that would suggest that the deductions were for something other than the payments to the technician. The Clintons and Pagliano could help settle the matter, but they did not respond to requests for comment.

The IRS does not allow taxpayers to deduct personal expenses, and Clinton treated the private email server as a personal device. She declined to tell the State Department she used it, and she kept it at her home in Chappaqua, N.Y.

I asked you not to tell me that.

Guess someone better call the IRS.

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I asked you not to tell me that.


Guess someone better call the IRS.







Then being a piss poor citizen, he won't even bother calling the IRS. That tells me he is afraid he is going to get audited if he draws attention to himself. I'll go ahead and report his suspicious behavior here, I am sure the IRS wants to look him over a little more closely. It is the least I can do for the troops and women on welfare who need tax dollars to survive.

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LOL!Yeah ...They've only got the FBI, DOJ, IRS, State Department, Obama's WhiteHouse, mainstream media and sycophants like you covering for them. :rolleyes:

And now you know why people call you crazy. I bet people say that behind your back and to your face offthis forum.


This is what YOU cover for.


Its no secret that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, Donald Trumps running mate, opposes abortion rights. Pence basically invented the Republican Party's war on Planned Parenthood while he was in Congress. He wants Roe v. Wade to be overturned. He signed every anti-abortion bill that crossed his desk as governor of Indiana.


But Pence signed one anti-abortion bill in March of this year that was so extreme, even some pro-life Republicans opposed it. And it was eventually blocked from going into effect by a federal judge for violating womens right to choose.


The law did something truly bizarre. It would have basically forced women to seek funerary services for a fetus whether shed had an abortion or a miscarriage, and no matter how far along the pregnancy was.


The law Pence backed would have required all fetal tissue to be cremated or buried, an unprecedented measure in state law. The law also banned abortion if the fetus had a "disability" which would have denied women the right to end a pregnancy even in case of serious fetal anomalies.


The wording of the burial provision meant that technically, even if a woman had a miscarriage at eight weeks of pregnancy at home, she would have to keep the blood and tissue, take it to a hospital or clinic, and have it buried or cremated by a funeral home. The law would have also dramatically increased the cost of an abortion, since providers would have had to spend time and money on arranging the funerary services.


And since about half of miscarriages happen shortly after a fertilized egg is implanted, and occur at roughly the same time a woman would expect her period, many women could be having a miscarriage and not even know it and thus, technically be violating the law if they didnt cremate or bury the resulting tissue.


As a protest against the new law's extreme requirements, women who opposed the law started a Facebook group called "Periods for Pence." Members of the group started calling Pences office in droves to tell him about their periods in graphic detail.


"Any period could potentially be a miscarriage," wrote the anonymous founder of Periods for Pence in an introductory post. "I would certainly hate for any of my fellow Hoosier women to be at risk of penalty" if they don't properly dispose of or report a potential miscarriage.


The idea of women reporting their periods as a legal precaution sounds absurd and Orwellian. But it's also what happens when you take a law as bizarre and medically incoherent as Indiana's to its logical conclusion.


Anti-abortion laws like the one Pence signed are often criticized for being medically incoherent for requiring doctors to do things that make no sense from a medical perspective, or restricting abortion in ways that fail to account for the medical realities of pregnancy.


Pence also fell afoul of medical reality in 2015, when Indiana faced a devastating HIV outbreak. Pence arguably helped prolong the outbreak by waiting two months to authorize a clean needle distribution plan. And Pence's budget cuts that shuttered a rural Planned Parenthood arguably helped cause the outbreak in the first place.


Trump often comes across as incoherent and inconsistent on the issue of abortion. But Trump's choice of Pence as running mate helps indicate that Trump is willing to go all in on banning abortion in America.

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Like I said on the other thread, es, you're REALLY, REALLY SICK.


You have a disease called liberalism.


Which makes you unable to distinguish right from wrong ... good and bad.


Incapable of showing shame.


Unable to detect or tell the truth.


Unable to deal with facts.


And unable to handle simple logic.


No wonder you need the State to take care of you.


You folks are basically helpless.


Victims of everything and everyone around you.


Just saying ...

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