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Trump’s Tax Leaker Worked For Biden Donor Who Just Won An IRS Contract

Charles Littlejohn, the man responsible for leaking President Trump’s IRS tax returns, was revealed to have worked with Booz Allen Hamilton.

The company has just been awarded a contract by the IRS that would help them modernize their computer databases.

Keep that in mind for later.

Importantly, Booz Allen is deeply connected with Democrats, working alongside the Clintons, Obama, and Biden.

Suspicious right?

The Washington Examiner breaks down in more detail the connections that this company shares with the Democratic party

This is a long read, but I want you to soak this up:

The most profitable government contractor in the world, Booz Allen has been connected to a number of high-profile Democrats over the years, including former employee James Clapper, who served as President Obama’s intelligence czar. Clapper was involved in an intelligence community operation just weeks before the 2020 election to suppress information about Biden foreign influence-peddling found on his son’s laptop.

At least two Obama administration alumni sit on Booz Allen’s board. President Clinton’s IRS commissioner also holds a seat. In the 2020 election cycle, federal records show Booz Allen contributed a total of $238,776 to Joe Biden versus $85,657 to Trump. The company also gave almost four times more money to the Democratic National Committee than to the Repubican National Committee.

Federal investigators were closing in on the 38-year-old Littlejohn this summer when the Biden administration decided to rehire his former employer, Booz Allen, through a contract with a ceiling value of $2.6 billion to help overhaul the IRS’ IT operations.

The massive new IRS contract may explain why the Biden administration won’t identify Littlejohn’s employer by name in court papers and press releases about the case.

The Justice Department would only say that Littlejohn “served as a contractor to Company A, a consulting firm that serviced public and private clients.” The Treasury Department, which oversees the IRS and also investigated Littlejohn, has not identified Booz Allen as the firm, either. Nor have Littlejohn’s lawyers, who declined comment.

I wasn’t joking when I said Booz Allen’s ties ran deep with the Democrats.

This information is right out in the open, and nothing will be done about it.

Want to know the real kicker in this story?

Charles Littlejohn was given a plea deal that will only see him in jail for a MAXIMUM of 5 years.

This whole story stinks of corruption from top to bottom.

The Washington Post shares more on  Littlejohn’s sentencing:

At a plea hearing Thursday, Littlejohn admitted he leaked Trump’s tax returns to the Times, which published articles based on the data in the months before the 2020 election. The returns of other wealthy individuals, including tech billionaires Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates and Elon Musk, became the basis of reports in ProPublica, analyzing how the richest Americans manage to evade the federal government’s tax bite. (Bezos owns The Washington Post.)

The unprecedented leak of Americans’ confidential financial data renewed a debate in Congress about tax policy amid historic levels of income inequality, and served as an X-ray into Trump’s secretive finances after years in which he waged legal battles to protect their confidentiality.

U.S. District Judge Ana C. Reyes rebuked Littlejohn several times from the bench and said whatever ends he had could not justify his means. “I cannot overstate how troubled I am by what occurred,” Reyes said.

After an attorney for Trump, Alina Habba, delivered a statement in court calling for the maximum prison sentence of five years for Littlejohn, the judge said, “I agree completely that people taking the law into their own hands is unacceptable.”

“It doesn’t matter who the person is who was the victim of a crime,” Reyes said, before mentioning Trump by name and telling Habba that the former president could come deliver his own statement at Littlejohn’s sentencing, set for Jan. 29.

How can a man who leaked so much sensitive information only be given five years?

It sounds like maybe the court system worked hard to set him free.

I imagine Democrats pulled some strings, so their favorite whistleblower got a lighter sentence.

No surprise here if that happens to be the case.


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