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In a shocking and disturbing display of the power of censorship, the San Francisco antiques dealer, who was seen in a viral social media video spraying a homeless woman with a water hose, has been granted a complete tax exemption by the IRS.
The exemption comes as a surprise to many, as the antiques dealer’s actions sparked outrage and condemnation from the public, who viewed the video as an egregious violation of basic human decency.
However, the IRS has determined that the antiques dealer’s actions were actually a form of “free speech” and that it is within the law to grant an exemption from taxation for such an act.
“We believe that the act of spraying a homeless woman with a water hose is a clear example of free speech and should be protected,” the IRS said in a statement. “We are granting the antiques dealer a full exemption from taxation in order to protect his right to express himself in this way.”
The decision has sparked a heated debate over censorship and freedom of speech. Advocates of free speech argue that the exemption is an example of the government overreaching its authority and silencing dissent. Meanwhile, those who oppose the antiques dealer’s actions argue that the exemption sends the wrong message and that it should be revoked.
No matter what your opinion is on the matter, one thing is clear: the power of censorship is a real and dangerous thing. The IRS’ decision to grant an exemption from taxation for such an act is a sobering reminder of just how far censorship can go.
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