A Friendly Reminder to Criminals, from the IRS

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[Here’s the plan: I finish typing this nooze and then go back to bed. I need some sleep.]

Attention, criminals! The Internal Revenue Service (I almost typed “infernal”) is reminding you to report your ill-gotten gains as taxable income. “Income from illegal activities must be included in your income on Schedule 1 (Form 1040)…” (https://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/stolen-property-income-from-illegal-activities-must-be-reported-on-taxes-irs-says).

Well, heck, this is how they finally got Al Capone. On tax evasion.

Whether it’s armed robbery, drugs, or anything else that’s less than kosher, the IRS wants its piece of the action.

Which raises the question: to what extent is our country governed by fools and nincompoops? Bad enough that SloJo doesn’t know where he is half the time. Is stupidity contagious?

I would love to see the criminal who reports the take from all his robberies to the IRS.

3 comments on “A Friendly Reminder to Criminals, from the IRS

  1. Maybe this is why fraudulent president biden wants to add 87,000 new agents to the IRS since crime is on a rampage across the nation, and all that stolen loot represents a significant amount of income-tax money for Big Brother.

  2. This proposition is kind of like confiscating all the guns, making it illegal to own a gun. Do they really think criminals are going to surrender their guns? They will be the only ones who have guns.

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