“This is an administration that loves to suspend laws when they’re inconvenient and not enforce certain laws,” Adams said
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The old maxim that you can’t hold children responsible for the sins of their parents no longer applies — at least as far as Washington is concerned.
Congress quietly passed legislation in 2011 lifting the former 10-year statute of limitations on money owed to the government, allowing Uncle Sam to collect debts going back decades. The measure also allows the government to collect from debtors’ children and grandchildren, according to Fox News.
Now, “some 400,000 Americans may see their tax refund checks grabbed by the government,” Fox reported.
Former Justice Department attorney J. Christian Adams called it “classic abuse” during his Friday appearance on “The Kelly File.”