Income tax issues seem to run in the family as a new report shows that President Joe Biden’s daughter owes thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes.
Ashley Biden reportedly owes $5,000 in back taxes according to a tax lien obtained by Fox News Digital which reported that the period covers 2015 while her father was vice president until 2021, just a few weeks before Biden was sworn in as president.
The news comes amid Hunter Biden recently being indicted on federal tax charges for which he could face up to 17 years in jail if convicted.
On December 1, the “Pennsylvania Department of Revenue in Philadelphia County notified Biden that the ‘amount of such unpaid tax, interest, additions or penalties is a lien in favor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania upon the taxpayer’s property – real, personal, or both – as the case may be,’ according to the notice,” Fox News Digital reported.
It turns out that Ashley Biden also has a habit of not paying her taxes. The State of Pennsylvania has a tax lein on her house for $5,000 dollars.
While it’s a small amount it just proves that the Bidens expect EVERYONE ELSE to “pay their fair share” while they do not.
— JohnGalt 🇺🇸🇮🇱 (@JohnJGaltrules) December 18, 2023
“The scale is not anything like Hunter, but… Joe is constantly talking about how wealthy and connected people do not pay their fair share and can’t afford to pay more, and it just so happens that both of his living children did not pay their taxes,” former Trump White House aide Garrett Ziegler told the outlet.
Ziegler, who has accessed and published many of the emails and photos on Hunter Biden’s infamous “laptop from hell,” was sued by the first son in September. Ziegler’s team reportedly came across Ashley Biden’s lien during a routine search in the Philadelphia County courthouse system.
“This is just another example of the Bidens being careless,” Ziegler added. “Like, you’d think that they would show a little bit more prudence when you’re the first when you’re the American first family to make sure you don’t have any tax liens on you, especially going into an election year.”