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BREAKING: IRS Prepares To Hit Hillary Voters With STEEP FINE If She’s Found Guilty

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Nov. 3, 2016

NEW YORK (AP) – An AP investigation has uncovered that officials within the IRS are preparing to hit Hillary Clinton voters with a steep fine, should the candidate be indicted and convicted of criminal conspiracy in relation to her personal email server.

The potentially illicit server, kept in Clinton’s New York apartment during her time as Secretary of State under Barack Obama, has been back in the news after thousands of emails related to the FBI investigation into the server were discovered on the personal laptop of Anthony Weiner, husband of long-time Clinton aide and confidant Huma Abedin, during an unrelated child pornography investigation.

This has once again raised questions among legal scholars as to whether or not Hillary Clinton’s voters could be charged with providing material support to a criminal conspiracy in the event of a conviction.


In documents obtained by the Associated Press, the Internal Revenue Service is seen preparing for this eventuality.

“In light of recent events, with the specter of Secretary Clinton’s use of a private email server once again under investigation by the FBI, we are beginning to prepare for a system of fines to be issued to American citizens convicted of voting for Hillary Clinton,” the internal memo reads.

The memo goes on to say that the IRS has been in contact with the FBI, and that the former has confirmed that if the former secretary is convicted of criminal conspiracy, they will pursue charges against individuals who voted for her. However, though the charges will classify as a felony under federal law under title 18 of the US criminal code, those who voted for her will be viewed as minor accomplices in this conspiracy, and will simply be issued a fine.

The document states that the fine “will be no more than $3,500 and no less than $1,500” for the average Hillary voter. However, the memo stipulates that persons found to have provided “active, intensive material support for the conspiracy” could face increased fines, or even audit.

Speaking on condition of anonymity, a ranking IRS official told the Associated Press that those who volunteered to work on Clinton’s campaign will be subject to “intense scrutiny” by the Bureau.


“It’s possible that even having a Hillary Clinton sign in your yard, or a bumper sticker on your car, could catch the attention of our investigators and lead to a more comprehensive investigation into an individual’s participation in the Clinton campaign, and in turn, to increased fines,” the official said.

Clinton has long been the front-runner in the race for the White House, and there is no doubt that millions of people are going to vote for her on Tuesday. However, given this new information, polls show that people may be concerned enough about the potential hit on their wallet that they’ll sit this election out, or decide to cast a ballot for Donald Trump instead.

The Clinton campaign did not respond to a request for comment.