IRS consultant charged with leaking Trump’s tax returns to media
10/04/2023 // Ethan Huff // Views

Federal prosecutors have found the mole at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) who leaked President Donald Trump's tax returns to The New York Times.

Former IRS consultant Charles Littlejohn, 38, disclosed not just Trump's tax returns but also those of "thousands of the nation's wealthiest individuals" to various news organizations, presumably for cash.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) also revealed that Littlejohn had shared the tax information of another "high-ranking government official" with another news outlet, which was recently identified as Pro Publica, a left-wing nonprofit group based out of New York.

Between the years of 2018 and 2020, Littlejohn is said to have stolen tax returns dating back more than 15 years, according to court documents. Littlejohn is now being charged with one count of unauthorized disclosure of tax returns and information, and now faces a maximum penalty of five years in prison if convicted.

The entity responsible for investigating the case right now is the U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.

(Related: Be sure to check out Trump's recent interview with Megyn Kelly about COVID, Operation Warp Speed, and more – it is a real doozy.)

The rumor mill says Littlejohn is planning to enter a guilty plea to stealing Trump and others' taxes

While the federal complaint does not specifically name Trump, we know from what has been released publicly that Trump was among the many whose names appeared in the cache of Littlejohn's stolen tax returns.

While the DOJ has declined to comment on the case, Fox News says it was told that a guilty plea is already in the works. In other words, Littlejohn is allegedly planning to fess up to these crimes.

Recall that in the months leading up to Trump's departure from office after Joe Biden "won" the 2020 election, the Times published numerous stories about Trump's taxes that many wondered: where did all that information come from?

In September 2020, Trump defended his tax history by claiming that he paid "millions of dollars" to the IRS over the years. Trump also said that he is "entitled" to tax credits just "like everyone else" after being accused of paying no income taxes whatsoever in 10 of the past 15 years.

In the comments on a story about the matter, someone suggested that the Times and other news outlets that published Trump's taxes must also be charged since tax returns are private and not for public disclosure – and everyone in the media should know that.

"And where are the charges against members of Congress?" asked another.

"Congress only has a legal right to the records to inform their process of making law, but after promising the Supreme Court that was the case, all they did was proceed to release them to the public in a rush before losing control of the House a couple days later."

Someone else chimed in that when Trump filed all of his tax returns, they were surely checked over by the IRS for correctness, otherwise he would have been told to pay the rest of whatever was missed.

"If he was experiencing losses in some years, he won't be paying taxes," this person added. "As long as he followed the law, and I have heard no suggestion that he didn't, I am fine with his tax returns regardless of how much he paid or didn't pay."

Another asked why and how a government IRS contractor even has access to this type of sensitive information in the first place, which is certainly a point not to be missed in this saga.

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