New Jersey Governor in 1910 Deceived Legislature to Promote the Sixteenth Amendment (Income Tax)

by Robert John Stevens, March 25, 2017

Look at how the income tax deception began with harmless statements like this from the Governor of New Jersey in 1910, “The United States should possess the unquestioned power to tax incomes. It may not be necessary to use the power, but if emergency should arise which requires it, the right to tax should exist.”

Legislatures fell for it and now all citizens pay income tax on their earnings all the time. Great deceptions are always first proposed as harmless necessities.

Read the Message of the Governor of New Jersey Relative to the Proposed Sixteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution of the United States, February 7, 1910.