KARMA SUCKS! Look What Happened To Rachel Maddow After ‘Revealing Trump’s Taxes’

Rachel Maddow thought she had the BIGGEST story of the year early last week. The liberal buffoon announced to everyone that she had President Trump’s tax returns. Of course, the rabid left was ecstatic to see what Maddow had dug up. Rachel built up the anticipation to a fever pitch, but what she revealed was hardly shocking. The only thing that Maddow revealed was that Trump made a lot of money in 2005 and paid a ton in taxes to the government.

Millions tuned in to watch Maddow’s report, but what happened afterward is pure karma.

Four million people watched Maddow as she unveiled Donald Trump’s leaked tax figures from 2005. However, this didn’t last long as “The Rachel Maddow Show” saw its ratings plummet 36 percent the night after.

Fox News Reports:

That drop was even sharper in the key demographic of 25 to 54-year-olds, the viewership of which fell 54 percent, Sandra Smith reported. Maddow received criticism from all sides after she and journalist David Cay Johnston revealed Trump’s tax forms on national television.

Geraldo Rivera said it was Maddow’s “Al Capone’s Vault” moment, referencing a 1986 report in which he opened the mobster’s vault live, to find little of value.

On “The O’Reilly Factor,” Bill O’Reilly said Maddow’s broadcast is the latest event in a “circus of ideology and cynicism” surrounding the president.

Additionally, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) pointed out that Trump’s tax rate reflected on the forms was far greater than that of Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who is often critical of those who don’t “pay their fair share.”

This could not have happened to a better person. The American people know a fraud when they see one and Rachel Maddow is the ultimate shyster.

H/T [ Gateway Pundit ]

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