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Illegal Alien Celeb Who Says Illegals Pay A Lot Of Taxes REFUSED TO PAY HIS TAXES!!

The illegal alien “journalist” celebrity Jose Vargas just LOVES to rub it in our faces that some illegal aliens contribute to Social Security and pay other taxes as a way of saying that Americans OWE them citizenship:

Oh hey look here he is actually whining to ME about all the taxes he’s paid!

Oh BUT WAIT! It turns out that the IRS had to file a lien against him because he didn’t want to pay his taxes!! LOL!!!

From Red Alert Politics:

According to court documents obtained by Red Alert Politics, Vargas was hit with a $41,945.44 tax lien in a court notice on Jan. 7, 2015 for failing to pay taxes in 2010. According to the notice, the date of the assessment was Sept. 23, 2013.

And later:

The nearly $42,000 tax lien was issued because of Vargas’s failure to pay his income tax in 2010 – “the last year I worked for employers before coming out as undocumented,” Vargas noted.

“After outing myself in that article, I stopped using the doctored card my grandfather gave me–including filing my taxes with it,” he told Red Alert via email.

“As I noted in the Times essay—and as I’ve repeated in many interviews—I paid state and federal taxes using that card in the prior years, which I started using when I began working as a teenager.”

Vargas provided proof to Red Alert Politics that the overdue tax bill had been paid on Feb. 11, 2015.

“To my knowledge, the lien payment I made this year fulfills my tax liability.”

LOL! Well isn’t that special!? The illegal alien who whines that illegals pay into taxes DIDN’T PAY HIS OWN TAXES!!

And hot damn, he paid somewhere near $42k in taxes? Either he didn’t pay for MANY years, or he’s making a HELL of a lot of money “living in the shadows,” as he likes to whine about so much.

But here’s the real question – has Jose Vargas paid up ALL his taxes from the time he admits that he was committing identity fraud?

Feel free to ask Jose if he’s paid all his taxes:

Especially those he owed when he was committing fraud on the United States government.

[Also remember that Vargas is from the Philippines, not Mexico, so don’t tell him to go back to Mexico.]

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  • Darkheart11

    Jose, I am a LEGAL Central American immigrant and a Naturalized U.S. citizen I am ashamed of you! The way you and your law breaking, hypocritical ilk make me sick!

    Dear United States of America, from one of your, OUR, combat veterans I apologize to you that THIS no class border trash. From a man born in El Salvador to a very Hispanic family who decided for myself by myself to become one of you.

    Jose, you put our People back decades all for your selfish desire to be ‘somebody’.

    You are less than nothing.

  • I take it from your comment that you served our country. If so, from one veteran to another, thank you and I would be proud to stand with you any day. You are the kind of immigrant who built this country instead of being a taker trying to tear it down.

  • Darkheart11

    Thank you.

    My combat days a long over me being in my mid-to-late 60’s, I am a sick, old, tired man.

    BUT if it comes to it my Brother I am not THAT old, not THAT sick and not THAT tired! If needed I figure I have one more good fight left. For the country my family lives and has its future in then I am in once again.

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  • John J Holliday

    Go back to the Philippines! Or Mexico if easier

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  • Stop2think

    Why couldn’t he start his business in Mexico and hired Mexicans? Mexico needs people like him more than we need people like him.

  • Roger Bournival

    Tax guy here. Assuming he incurred self-employment taxes and filed his return on time, I peg his income to be at least $90,000 for that year. This translates to $22,300 total taxes without the interest and penalties, which I’ll have to presume makes up the rest of that tab. At $108,000 in income, the total tax (once again, excluding interest & penalties) becomes $29,795, which might be closer to the mark. Penalties would probably be the failure to pay variety (25% combined max of the total tax bill).
    Also – interesting that they mention ‘assessed’ to describe a tax lien – you normally ‘assess’ a tax or interest & penalty, but ‘assess’ is not normally used to describe a lien being imposed.

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  • RageHard84

    I’ve Filipino ancestry on my mother’s side, and since a well-known Filipino by the name of Manny Pacquiao is a Christian, I will say this: While there is a Biblical responsibility for us as Americans not to exploit or mistreat foreigners, there’s also an obligation to follow the law. And if he’s lying about his taxes, well, it’s not right to have a lying tongue.