[Ed. – Hell, let’s see the tax returns of everyone in government. Why not make the system truly transparent.]
In three tweets on Thursday, conservative talk show host Mark Levin explained how the Supreme Court’s 7-2 decision on the president’s tax returns could (and should) come back to haunt the justices:
“The Supreme Court just opened itself up to congressional demands for the individual justices’ tax returns,” Levin tweeted shortly after the ruling was handed down.
“I can see a situation in which the House or the Senate decides that it must have access to all of the justices’ tax and financial records each year to determine if they’re influences [sic] in any way to write the decisions they write or vote the way they vote on numerous cases.
“The justices will not be able to argue that they are immune as a matter of separation of powers as they just shot down that argument as applies to the president.”