Hey, Warren Buffett. Prove it. #ReleaseTheReturn

Ask your secretary to release her tax returns.

Last night, the US Senate voted on a piece of legislation that was based on a tax return none of us have seen. The tax return of a direct employee of one of the President’s biggest supporters. The White House refers to the Buffett Rule over 17,000 times.

Buffet’s secretary was used as a prop at the State of the Union address.

Yet, no one in the media demands to see the only tax return in America that we are currently trying to base federal policy on.  #ReleaseTheReturn.

Factcheck organizations have disproved the moronic idea that millionaires pay less in taxes than the middle class.  It’s a lie.  It’s actually 11 lies.

Regardless, as you’ve told the media breathlessly going back years and years—“Mr Buffett said that he was taxed at 17.7 per cent on the $46 million he made last year, without trying to avoid paying higher taxes, while his secretary, who earned $60,000, was taxed at 30 per cent.”

Prove it.

#ReleaseTheReturn showing your secretary paid 30% on $60K.   I dare you.  You know you are lying.