Bill H.R. 25 Abolishes Income Tax & IRS But Who Knows About It? [videos]
It’s clear from a promenade around the Internet that people are confused in the chaos of war. They are stuck in the WYSIWYG mentality despite proof that is faulty logic.
The current strategies in play by all sides of the war have been very effective in this information war. Many reading the news and updates in the alt media are confused and taken in by the subterfuge and players put in place to mislead, obstruct and distract.
I don’t think there’s anything confusing about this measure, but I doubt most people bothered to look.
I’m confused, too. Why isn’t this on every blog, website, video platform, Twitter, Facebook, MeWe, Reddit, and everywhere else?
I consider this a resounding “Boom!”
Who does and does not promote this in the alt media will be very telling.
THIS changes EVERYTHING. The very fabric of American society is about to change—and they had better not try to slow-walk this initiative. ~ BP
BILL H.R. 25
Introduced in House (01/03/2019)
To promote freedom, fairness, and economic opportunity by repealing the income tax and other taxes, abolishing the Internal Revenue Service, and enacting a national sales tax to be administered primarily by the States.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES January 3, 2019
Mr. Woodall (for himself, Mr. Banks, Mr. Bilirakis, Mr. Bishop of Utah, Mr. Brooks of Alabama, Mr. Carter of Texas, Mr. Chabot, Mr. Conaway, Mr. DesJarlais, Mr. Duncan, Ms. Foxx of North Carolina, Mr. Gaetz, Mr.Graves of Georgia, Mr. Hice of Georgia, Mr. King of Iowa, Mr.Loudermilk, Mr. Lucas, Mr. Massie, Mr. Mullin, Mr. Posey, Mr. David P. Roe of Tennessee, Mr. Wittman, Mr. Yoho, Mr. Young, Mr. Collins of Georgia, and Mr. Walberg) introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Ways and Means
(b) Table of Contents.—The table of contents for this Act is as follows:Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents.
Sec. 2. Congressional findings.TITLE I—REPEAL OF THE INCOME TAX, PAYROLL TAXES, AND ESTATE AND GIFT TAXES
Sec. 101. Income taxes repealed.
Sec. 102. Payroll taxes repealed.
Sec. 103. Estate and gift taxes repealed.
Sec. 104. Conforming amendments; effective date.TITLE II—SALES TAX ENACTED
Sec. 201. Sales tax.
Sec. 202. Conforming and technical amendments.TITLE III—OTHER MATTERS
Sec. 301. Phase-out of administration of repealed Federal taxes.
Sec. 302. Administration of other Federal taxes.
Sec. 303. Sales tax inclusive Social Security benefits indexation.TITLE IV—SUNSET OF SALES TAX IF SIXTEENTH AMENDMENT NOT REPEALED
Sec. 401. Elimination of sales tax if Sixteenth Amendment not repealed.
(2) impedes the international competitiveness of United States industry;
(3) reduces savings and investment in the United States by taxing income multiple times;
(4) slows the capital formation necessary for real wages to steadily increase;
(5) lowers productivity;
(6) imposes unacceptable and unnecessary administrative and compliance costs on individual and business taxpayers;
(7) is unfair and inequitable;
(8) unnecessarily intrudes upon the privacy and civil rights of United States citizens;
(9) hides the true cost of government by embedding taxes in the costs of everything Americans buy;
(10) is not being complied with at satisfactory levels and therefore raises the tax burden on law abiding citizens; and
(11) impedes upward social mobility.
(2) destroy jobs and cause unemployment; and
(3) have a disproportionately adverse impact on lower income Americans.
(c) Findings Relating to Federal Estate and Gift Taxes.—Congress finds further that the Federal estate and gift taxes—(1) force family businesses and farms to be sold by the family to pay such taxes;
(2) discourage capital formation and entrepreneurship;
(3) foster the continued dominance of large enterprises over small family-owned companies and farms; and
(4) impose unacceptably high tax planning costs on small businesses and farms.
(d) Findings Relating to National Sales Tax.—Congress finds further that a broad-based national sales tax on goods and services purchased for final consumption—
(2) will promote savings and investment;
(3) will promote fairness;
(4) will promote economic growth;
(5) will raise the standard of living;
(6) will increase investment;
(7) will enhance productivity and international competitiveness;
(8) will reduce administrative burdens on the American taxpayer;
(9) will improve upward social mobility; and
(10) will respect the privacy interests and civil rights of taxpayers.
(e) Findings Relating to Administration of National Sales Tax.—Congress further finds that—(1) most of the practical experience administering sales taxes is found at the State governmental level;
(2) it is desirable to harmonize Federal and State collection and enforcement efforts to the maximum extent possible;
(3) it is sound tax administration policy to foster administration and collection of the Federal sales tax at the State level in return for a reasonable administration fee to the States; and
(4) businesses that must collect and remit taxes should receive reasonable compensation for the cost of doing so.
(f) Findings Relating to Repeal of Present Federal Tax System.—Congress further finds that the 16th Amendment to the United States Constitution should be repealed.
TITLE I—Repeal of the Income Tax, Payroll Taxes, and Estate and Gift Taxes