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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Target: Bannon

The opposition media is desperate to take down Steve Bannon by any means necessary:
The issue of Bannon’s legal residency has been simmering since last summer, shortly after he became chief executive of Trump’s campaign. The Guardian reported in an Aug. 26 story that he was registered to vote at a then-vacant house and speculated that Bannon may have signed an oath that he was a Florida resident to take advantage of the state’s lack of state income taxes.

In California, where Bannon had lived and owned property for more than two decades, income tax can exceed 12 percent.

Bannon has not responded to repeated requests by The Washington Post to discuss the matter. Two Post reporters sought to independently verify his residency claims, using a wide array of publicly available information.

They obtained utility bills, court records, real estate transactions, state driver reports and the checks he wrote to pay municipal taxes in California. They interviewed neighbors, spoke with landlords and tracked his Breitbart-related activity.

In the digital age, when most Americans leave a clear footprint of their whereabouts, Bannon left a meandering trail filled with ambiguity, contradictions and questions. The Post found that Bannon left a negligible footprint in Florida. He did not get a Florida driver’s license or register a car in the state. He never voted in Florida, and neighbors near two homes he leased in Miami said they never saw him. His rent and utility bills were sent to his business manager in California.

Bannon’s former wife occupied the premises, according to a landlord and neighbors.

At the same time Bannon said he was living with his ex-wife, she was under investigation for involvement in a plot to smuggle drugs and a cellphone into a Miami jail, a law enforcement document obtained by The Post shows.

The Post learned that state prosecutors in Miami have an active investigation into Bannon’s assertions that he was a Florida resident and qualified to vote in the state from 2014 to 2016. In late August, investigators subpoenaed Bannon’s lease of a Coconut Grove home and other documents. They also contacted the landlords of that home and another that Bannon leased nearby, and sought information from a gardener and handyman who worked at one of the homes, according to documents and interviews.

Because state laws do not clearly define residency, making a false registration case can be difficult.
The danger, as I can personally testify, is that some state agents are willing to lie, ignore conclusive evidence, and make blatantly false residence claims. The Minnesota Department of Revenue eventually gave up and settled its absurd case against my father, two years after illegally seizing his house there for "unpaid taxes", because it relied upon an agent pretending that two flights, one back to Florida and another one up to Minnesota, had not taken place even though my father provided the electronic and paper evidence that he had been on them. Erasing those flights added several nonexistent weeks to his time in Minnesota, just enough to permit them to make a false claim of his residence there and claim that he owed taxes that he manifestly did not.

Agencies love the nebulous "footprint" standard, which they prefer to the hard and fast residency laws that clearly enumerate the number of days one has to be physically present in a state in order to be a resident there. Some dirt, you see, is so magic that it sticks to you wherever you go.

In my father's case, the entire family knew the MDR claim to be false, because we had all been with him at his house in Naples at one point or another during the time he was supposedly in Minnesota. But the agent ignored literally all the evidence, documentary and testimonial, in order to lay the foundation for a false residence claim. He's dead now. Karma can be a bitch.

Anyhow, this would be an excellent time for the God-Emperor to return the favor and order investigations into the personal lives of the Post reporters who are so determined to dig up dirt on Bannon.

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68 Comments:

Anonymous IDentifiable Friend March 12, 2017 7:02 AM  

I hope Bannon has a good security detail; when people dress up as Bannon on Purim night and label him an Amalekite, that puts his safety into question.

Anonymous IDentifiable Friend March 12, 2017 7:04 AM  

(Tonight was Purim night)

Anonymous Icicle March 12, 2017 7:16 AM  

And the problems with the surveillance state becomes apparent when they target you. So much for the "I don't have anything to hide so I should be OK" people.

Get the fuck out of my living room.

Blogger Cataline Sergius March 12, 2017 7:28 AM  

WaPo conversations: "Yes, this residency stuff is all well and good but have we found any way to label him a pedo?"

"Look at his hair! He has to be."

"Good point."


Blogger pdwalker March 12, 2017 7:32 AM  

imagine the msm reporters investigating democrats this closely.

no, you're right. i can't either.

Blogger Durandel Almiras March 12, 2017 7:36 AM  

I wish Trump would play as hard as you would Vox. I'm hoping by the end of the year Trump has the Left in a constant state of hysterical crying and gnashing of teeth.

Blogger SteelPalm March 12, 2017 7:41 AM  

Downright hilarious what flimsy, inconsequential charges the globalists seek to catch their enemies on after so much digging, when they themselves are guilty of genocide, mass murder, and child rape.

I can easily see a corrupt leftist judge taking the case, too. The question is: how does the God Emperor and his allies deter them from such plays? Vox mentioned one possibility in investigating the activists masquerading as journalists.

@2

(Tonight was Purim night)

Heh, didn't even realize this. To commemorate, here is an outstanding Purim-related article, which mirrors the goodwhite vs. badwhite conflict John Derbyshire writes about so often;

http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/2016/03/the-endless-ages-of-purim.html

Anonymous Rocklea March 12, 2017 7:44 AM  

Wapo's headline:
"During his political rise, Stephen K. Bannon was a man with no fixed address"

I'd say this is great, in Trump's America even a homeless man can make it big!

Anonymous Icicle March 12, 2017 7:49 AM  

One time, back in 1972, Bannon did not replace the toilet paper when he should have.

Who does he think he is? That worthless piece of shit.

Blogger W.LindsayWheeler March 12, 2017 7:53 AM  

Next, they will out him as a vampire! He has to go then.

Blogger RC March 12, 2017 8:00 AM  

Having experienced this myself, until you witness the level of corruption it is truly not believable. "He must have done something terribly wrong or he wouldn't be in trouble," is the response of 99% of people. They must remove a person's conscience when they join the state. First they view you as a milk cow and, if that's not sufficient for their purposes, you become targeted for beef.

Anonymous Rygel March 12, 2017 8:14 AM  

Remember Rush Limbaugh had the same problem with New York state wanting to tax his income. He had residence in Florida but they didn't care, wanted his money really bad. So he sold his house in New York so they couldn't keep attacking him every year.

Blogger Mountain Man March 12, 2017 8:21 AM  

Better yet conduct an exhaustive SEC inquiry of Amazon..and for good measure IRS audits of all the Wapo reporters.
Might as well go for the head of the snake first.

Blogger Marsh 01701 March 12, 2017 8:22 AM  

So, the God emperor is also our rock, thanks to him, out scurry all the bugs and roaches that I, as a news junkie, so loved to follow. But no more. Do these tools actually believe anyone outside their delusion cares?

Anonymous Rocklea March 12, 2017 8:23 AM  

SteelPalm said:
"I can easily see a corrupt leftist judge taking the case, too. The question is: how does the God Emperor and his allies deter them from such plays? Vox mentioned one possibility in investigating the activists masquerading as journalists."

Perhaps a traditional White House response? Yugoslavia's already been done, but maybe one of the Stans?

I assume the Clinton way was blackmail, I would hope the Trump way to be exposure and ridicule, followed by prosecution where appropriate.

I'd also be ok with, "gee we don't know where so and so is at, they're just 'missing'. Did you hear about the terrible things they did to kids though? Good riddance I'd say"

Blogger The Kurgan March 12, 2017 8:26 AM  

I hope that agent's death was lingering and painful rectal cancer. Also, if you have such powers of dark diseases that can be inflicted on enemies I have a list...

Blogger Matamoros March 12, 2017 8:36 AM  

And all this hooplah from people who would never look at Obama's birth, residency, or even Connecticut social security number which belonged to someone else.

Blogger synp March 12, 2017 8:42 AM  

In the digital age, when most Americans leave a clear footprint of their whereabouts, Bannon left a meandering trail filled with ambiguity, contradictions and questions.

I'm reading this and all I'm seeing is "if you've done nothing wrong you have nothing to hide." Seriously? That is disappointingly tone deaf (I originally wrote "incredibly", but it's not incredible - it's totally credible, but sad)

So next if they find someone they don't like is using PGP encryption on his or her personal or official mail they're going to insinuate that they're probably hiding some deep, dark secrets?

Blogger Cail Corishev March 12, 2017 8:54 AM  

So the side that's been arguing there should be no national borders wants to nitpick over state borders? Yeah, that should catch on well.

Anonymous Überdeplorable Psychedelic Cat Hair March 12, 2017 8:56 AM  

After I moved home after resigning my job with a federal contractor, worst decision I made in my life to take that job but that's another post for another day, the California DMV threatened me with revoking of my driving privileges there over a year later despite the fact I'd been home for over a year. Revenue grabbing bastards. I told them to screw off.

Anonymous Roundtine March 12, 2017 9:00 AM  

I had to deal with this as well, even living overseas. If you maintain a home, leave a car, etc. the state may try to claim you're still a resident because establishing residency overseas can be difficult. Such are the hazards of being a rootless cosmopolitan.

Anonymous Marvin Boggs March 12, 2017 9:02 AM  

@10: In that case, Trump will have to fire him, as Bannon will be unable to reflect upon the situation (sorry, still tired due to springing forward).

Anonymous Roundtine March 12, 2017 9:03 AM  

In my case, all I had left was a state driver's license because getting a new license is a pain. But some agent still tried to get me for back taxes.

Blogger Silly But True March 12, 2017 9:10 AM  

So they ensnared Bannon's third wife in the prisin cell phone contraband conspiracy by relying on use of coded words like poptart.

I wonder if there's another investigation somewhere founded on use of coded words and phrases that could benefit from such police work?

Anonymous BBGKB March 12, 2017 9:21 AM  

One time, back in 1972, Bannon did not replace the toilet paper when he should have.

His ex wife reported in 1967 he repeatedly left the toilet seat up. Many healthcare travelers establish a residence with a freind/relativein a state with no state income taxes.

I can easily see a corrupt leftist judge taking the case, too.

Lets see if we are lucky enough for it to be anouther anchor baby judge.

I assume the Clinton way was blackmail, I would hope the Trump way to be exposure and ridicule, followed

Rarely a week goes by when someone from the NY Times doesnt get beat up by a homeless man they tried to pick up for sex.

Anonymous Weak March 12, 2017 9:34 AM  

Have the God Emperor order an investigation? Why waste his time? Put 4chan on those Post reporters. They found Shia Lebouef's mystery flag in about nine hours. 4channers can discover anything.

Blogger LateIntoTheFray March 12, 2017 9:44 AM  

I heard Bannon self identifies as a Floridian. Who are they to question otherwise??? What closed minded residenceaphobic bigots they are.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr March 12, 2017 9:55 AM  

Bannon was a Naval Officer. Everybody in the military knows how to game the system to minimize tax exposure. And does, to the maximum extent legally possible.

Anonymous Avalanche March 12, 2017 10:03 AM  

@9 "One time, back in 1972, Bannon did not replace the toilet paper when he should have.
Who does he think he is? That worthless piece of shit."

Oh come on -- in the entire history of toilets and toilet paper, there has NEVER been a man who replaced a toilet paper roll! Not one, not ever!

What, are you trying to rehabilitate the image of MEN!!? Can't be done!!
/sarc

Anonymous Avalanche March 12, 2017 10:05 AM  

@18 "they're going to insinuate that they're probably hiding some deep, dark secrets?"

Puritans! If you pull your curtains at night it means you're up to no good!

BURN THE WITCH!

Blogger DemonicProfessorEl March 12, 2017 10:13 AM  

"Because state laws do not clearly define residency, making a false registration case can be difficult."

Or: We're looking to find ways to nail him, but can't.

Also, tax-hungry states like New York, California, Minnesota, and Granholm's Michigan (2002-2010) tried this crap all the time. Retroactive taxation. I think both NY and Cali got nailed recently in court for doing this (Cali wanted to charge state taxes in Missouri for products made in Cali; NY wanted to charge state taxes on Indian Reservations).

Blue klepto states do this kind of stuff a lot.

And yes, Trump should really go forward with his plan to audit all the non-profits and tax shelters, considering WaPo and the like are just ways to hide taxable income.

Also, an investigation into the WaPo and the lawyers looking into Bannon's "case." It looks like some illegality going on here too, what with "investigating" his records and sharing subpoenaed information before an arraignment occurs.

Blogger Nick S March 12, 2017 10:16 AM  

I'm often dubious about the degree of histrionics directed at our nebulous movement. They can't intelligibly explain precisely what it is they are opposed to. They generally just keep throwing mud and hoping something sticks. I've always thought, however, it would eventually boil down to an anti-Christian position bordering on loathing.

It looks like I was right. I've seen the enemy and his irrational hatred for me is eye opening.

Blogger seeingsights March 12, 2017 10:23 AM  

On a related note, there was litigation against Rahm Emmanuel to prevent him from running for mayor of Chicago. An Illinois appellate court had ruled that per Chicago's municipal code, Emmanuel was not a resident of Chicago. Emmanuel did though have property in Chicago and he was paying taxes. Emmanuel appealed to the Illinois State Supreme Court which ruled in Emmanuel's favor.

Anonymous Teapartydoc March 12, 2017 10:27 AM  

All this sounds just like Bannon was secretly trying to recreate the personal life of Richard Lugar or any other Washington politician. Registering residences they don't live in, not driving vehicles in their declared home state, etc.

Blogger Orville March 12, 2017 10:33 AM  

At some point all the CIA goodies will be truly out in the wild (if they aren't already), and some enterprising 4channers can go spelunking on the enemies of the GE. Or Trump could just have the NSA look into it. Or how about having the IRS go after them.

Blogger JWM in SD March 12, 2017 10:51 AM  

synp wrote:So next if they find someone they don't like is using PGP encryption on his or her personal or official mail they're going to insinuate that they're probably hiding some deep, dark secrets?

Yes, they will. Given the behavior exhibited by the msm in the face of a Trunp election, imagine what would be taking place right now if Hitlery had been placed into office?

Anonymous BBGKB March 12, 2017 10:58 AM  

Truly Who knew it was possible to project from behind the MN Home Depot Dumpsters all the way to Italy? They are really going to miss their $5 wetbacks.

Blogger Silly But True March 12, 2017 11:01 AM  

@Nick S,
You sort of have to read between the lines while appealing to a soothsayer, but it's all there.

The Taxtruthers.

This is all because Trump deprived them from making any hay over his tax returns by not releasing them.

To prove no Russian hacker conspiracy, he'll have to release his returns. To prove Bannon is FL resident, he'll have to release his returns. To prove Ivanka's clothing line is successful, he'll have to release his returns.

Every demo out there would let Trump grab their pussy if he'd only just show the returns.

Thete's no bigger triggering event than the nonrelease.

Blogger JWM in SD March 12, 2017 11:03 AM  

Actually, I think this means that they are starting to pivot off the Russian Hacker/Ties bullshit because it's run the course already. They have to start the news cycle with something different now because continued exposure on the Russian nonsense will only expose them further.

Anonymous Gen. Kong March 12, 2017 11:23 AM  

Mountain Man wrote:
Better yet conduct an exhaustive SEC inquiry of Amazon..and for good measure IRS audits of all the Wapo reporters.

Might as well go for the head of the snake first.


Don't even need to go that far. There is some evidence that Amazon is collecting commissions from money-laundering. Don't know if Castalia has noticed the phenomenon, but there are plenty of sellers offering ten-dollar books for 100 dollars and up. They even scrape the cover images from the Amazon site. So, for 500 dollars you get a book and a special pizza delivery?

If you wanted to burn YouTube to the ground, a class-action of copyright violations would probably do it. That would certainly be entertaining - seeing the SJW-converged media industry go after the SJW-converged Google and inflict a death by a million bug bites.

Blogger Lovekraft March 12, 2017 11:57 AM  

If one thinks about it, if they had anything of significance on Trump and company, it would've been used already. Why would they pull out the scandal after they lost?

So it leaves the current political battleground, where we continue discrediting the lugenpresse, give no credence to their claims, and carry on with the agenda.

The media thinking anyone other than the sheep will buy their latest outrage is laughable.

Anonymous Gen. Kong March 12, 2017 12:08 PM  

If you want to know how the Central Committee of Blackrobed Philosopher-Kings will rule on Trump's right to enforce immigration laws, see here. Perhaps Reagan-appointee Anthony Kennedy, a true-blue Repuke, likes his special pizza deliveries from Pedesta's. The sooner these people are completely destroyed, the better.

Blogger frigger611 March 12, 2017 12:39 PM  

I can also confirm the tendency for fed agents to exaggerate, lie and cook the books in order to get media attention and promotions. Destroying lives of innocent people is nothing to be bothered about.

My dad was a US Marshal long ago, came out of the Marines in 1960. Was a small time cop then joined the feds. No college. Back then they still believed in America and apple pie.

The present crop of feds is a sorry bunch of graduates from SJW University for the most part. My dad and I both learned the hard way that the USA died some time ago. The heartbreaking truth.

Blogger Sheila4g March 12, 2017 12:47 PM  

@28 Napoleon 12pdr: "Everybody in the military knows how to game the system to minimize tax exposure. And does, to the maximum extent legally possible."

Anyone who lives overseas for any period of time does this. Half the FSOs I knew claimed residence in Florida, through the most spurious of connections. I used a different state (wherein resided an uncle and aunt) which also had no tax for those working overseas. It's ridiculous people are forced to play this game when states will twist the law into parodies of origami to get their pounds of flesh. It's also ridiculous that certain states do just fine with no income tax, and others ream you up one way and down another (just remembering VA's annual auto tax makes me irate).

The naive part of me wonders that the Post reporters have so much time to investigate such minutiae. The realistic part is utterly unsurprised.

Blogger frigger611 March 12, 2017 12:51 PM  

Also, as a roadie I tour all over the USA (and world), and have to submit tax returns to every state I visit. It's common that states sometimes send me "corrections" and demands to pay a year's worth of income taxes to a state, even though I was only in that state working for one day.

Last year I got a legal notice (threat) from the state of Maryland. A Baltimore judge approved a lien against me until I paid a year's worth of income taxes to them, without ever calling me or investigating beforehand. Again, while on tour I happened to work in Baltimore for only one day.

My accountant worked to get the lien removed and inform the tax dept of their egregious error. No apology of course. My guess is they'll try again next time I go through that shithole.

Liberal states and cities are notorious for this. They need a money pipeline for the gibmedats and will go to great unconstitutional lengths to get their pound of flesh..

Blogger seeingsights March 12, 2017 1:34 PM  

@43. Gen. Kong

I'm optimistic. After Scalia died, the Supreme Court ruled on an immigration case--I forget the details--which was a 4-4 tie. Because it was a tie vote, the lower court's ruling, which went against the Obama Administration, stood.
Now there's I think a pretty good chance that Trump's nominee for the Supreme Court will be confirmed.

Anonymous Susan March 12, 2017 1:45 PM  

So they are going to open this can of worms on Bannon? How many members of Congress actually live in places other than their home states?

I know of members who only have an apartment they never live in as their "legal address" in their districts so they can keep running.

Do these jokers really want to open that residency can of worms?

Blogger Dave March 12, 2017 1:48 PM  

Last year I got a legal notice (threat) from the state of Maryland. A Baltimore judge approved a lien against me until I paid a year's worth of income taxes to them, without ever calling me or investigating beforehand. Again, while on tour I happened to work in Baltimore for only one day.

I moved to another state from California back in the 90's. While I was in the process of moving, the State of CA had sent me a notice disputing some item on one of my state income returns. The amount was under a $1,000 and I wasn't planning on returning to the state and I had no assets there or so I believed, thus I never bothered to respond to the notice.

So fast forward a few months and I notice my Charles Schwab account that I had opened in another state before I moved to CA had a debit for the exact amount CA said I owed them. What I wasn't aware of was that Schwab was headquartered in San Francisco and even though I'd never been inside a Schwab office in California; that was all they needed to steal the money from my account.

Blogger Dave March 12, 2017 1:52 PM  

Do these jokers really want to open that residency can of worms?

When has that ever stopped them? Law for thee, not for me.

Anonymous RabidRatel March 12, 2017 1:52 PM  

Susan wrote:Do these jokers really want to open that residency can of worms?
There is not much thinking going on with them, just "muh feelz". Lots of decisions forced on ordinary people will come back to bite them. They thought that they would rule until Jesus's Kingdom comes. Big mistake

Anonymous Jack Amok March 12, 2017 1:57 PM  

Blue klepto states do this kind of stuff a lot.
...
It's common that states sometimes send me "corrections" and demands to pay a year's worth of income taxes to a state, even though I was only in that state working for one day.


Perhaps one option for the G-E to respond to this is to create a special branch of the DoJ that investigates corrupt state tax officials illegally interfering with Interstate Commerce. Put a few blue state treasury departments under DoJ "supervision."

Blogger frigger611 March 12, 2017 3:10 PM  

Dave @48

No surprise. California is another one that frequently harasses us. No liens or threats of liens though, so far.

Another reason I hate the income tax. Grabby fuckers. It's not possible to comply perfectly well. If you travel a lot for work (like roadies, pop stars, pro-athletes, etc) then filing proper returns MUST be handled by pros at great expense.

@51 Jack, yes, like your idea. I wish that we could eliminate the 70,000 pages of IRS code and go back to funding the govt the old fashioned way, with tariffs. Like before American Bolshevism.

But if we have to have income tax, then I wish we would go to a Steve Forbes simple tax. Rules and Returns both fit on a post card. Pay only to state of residence, NOT to every locale visited while working.

In its current form there are plenty of state officials guilty of shady dealings. But that's all fed agencies, not just the IRS.

If we fire or jail all the shady characters in govt we'll have no one at all to oversee us, control us, and take our money. How could we ever survive?

Blogger Tatooine Sharpshooters' Club March 12, 2017 3:50 PM  

In the digital age, when most Americans leave a clear footprint of their whereabouts, Bannon left a meandering trail filled with ambiguity, contradictions and questions.

Hidden in plain sight is Bannon's true crime against their world view: he's managed to avoid the gaze of the Panopticon! THAT'S NOT FAIR!

Anonymous Steve Johnson March 12, 2017 4:23 PM  

Worst case he's an "undocumented Floridian", right?

The gall of these assholes...

Anonymous Icicle March 12, 2017 4:49 PM  

They found Shia Lebouef's mystery flag in about nine hours. 4channers can discover anything.

For people having a hard time with Shia LaBeouf's name, here is a song about Shia being a cannibal to help you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Nfg-WC7YY0

Hidden in plain sight is Bannon's true crime against their world view: he's managed to avoid the gaze of the Panopticon! THAT'S NOT FAIR!

Retard Reporter: *screams* WHO THE FUCK DOES THIS GUY THINK HE IS? WHERE WAS HE ON THE DAY OF MARCH 4, 1994?

Blogger Were-Puppy March 12, 2017 6:53 PM  

Trump should just say "Bannon is pardoned of any real or imagined crimes concocted by the MSM. Because Fuck You."

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents March 12, 2017 6:54 PM  

@3 icicle

Get the fuck out of my living room.

Hey, nobody forced you to buy that new HD TV. I

Blogger Were-Puppy March 12, 2017 7:07 PM  

@55 Icicle
For people having a hard time with Shia LaBeouf's name,
---

Shia LeDouche

Anonymous basementhomebrewer March 12, 2017 9:02 PM  

Nick S wrote:I'm often dubious about the degree of histrionics directed at our nebulous movement. They can't intelligibly explain precisely what it is they are opposed to. They generally just keep throwing mud and hoping something sticks. I've always thought, however, it would eventually boil down to an anti-Christian position bordering on loathing.

It looks like I was right. I've seen the enemy and his irrational hatred for me is eye opening.


Scary how out of touch and stupid they appear to be. That being said, Chris just comes off as a straight up liar. I don't believe he is a Christian and I am skeptical about what "Evangelical" church (if any) he went to that was breaking people's families apart and "indoctrinating them in the back rooms".

Blogger frigger611 March 12, 2017 9:07 PM  

I simply translate Shia's surname into the frat boy vulgate: The Boof.

Draw your own conclusions.

Blogger Matt March 12, 2017 9:10 PM  

Can we expect strippers and hot wings when your father gets out?

Blogger frigger611 March 12, 2017 9:11 PM  

And @56 Were-puppy, thanks for that hilarious post! I'm putting that under a magnet on the fridge.

Anonymous Haxo Angmark March 12, 2017 9:19 PM  

"opposition media". Actually, Vox, NYP was aggressively Pro-Trump throughout the campaign. But - unlike yourself - even they're beginning to notice the layers of warts and scams.

Anonymous Eduardo March 12, 2017 9:54 PM  

Bannon broadcasts a LIVE stream to the Press:

"You will not divide us"

"You will not divide us"

"You will not divide us"

"You will not divide us"

...

...

Blogger DonReynolds March 12, 2017 11:28 PM  

The Constitution of the United States says that EVERY natural born American is a dual citizen. He is a citizen of the United States and a citizen of the state HE WAS BORN IN.

When you go to another state you can declare yourself a resident of that state and you can remain a resident of that state as long as you intend to RETURN there, no matter where you travel. That residency remains intact. Some states have residency laws that require a person to touch back every few years and I do not doubt that Bannon did exactly that in Florida. Some states will overlook where you travel as long as you still own LAND in that state and pay the tax on that land. That would also satisfy the Bannon situation. The British do not seem to have any experience with American dual citizenship.

I was born at Fort Campbell during the Korean War. Much of the territory of the Army base is in Kentucky, so it is considered part of Christian County. The US Army Hospital, where I was born and lived for three days, was on the Tennessee side of the base, but I did not get a Tennessee birth certificate. I was still considered a citizen of Kentucky, when some twenty years later I enrolled as a graduate student at Western Kentucky University at Bowling Green.

Anonymous a deplorable rubberducky March 12, 2017 11:59 PM  

Las Vegas, NV is full of homes owned by Californians that sit empty most of the time. People who live and work in LA who can afford it buy them as second homes and establish NV residency to escape CA taxes. It's a very common practice. You'll see them doing it in AZ, too. They've even moved out as far as Santa Fe, NM and Denver, CO doing this. Those out-of-state homes will pay for themselves rather quickly, too.

The majority of these people are frothing Left Coast libtards, too. Wouldn't it be a shame if this Bannon investigation got used as a model to go after them?

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey March 13, 2017 12:57 AM  

Ah yes, I clearly remember this sort of aggressive investigation of Crooked Hillary's claim to NY state residence when she ran for Senate.

This piece seems to be missing some essential information, though: the investigating reporters' names, home addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, utility bills, arrest records... you know, "public information" like that.

Blogger DonReynolds March 14, 2017 12:07 AM  

@66 Yockey
As a matter of fact, Hillary launched her bid for the US Senate seat in New York WHILE still First Lady, living in the White House.....where she had lived for eight years!

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