McAfee goes on the attack: "corruption is the enemy of Freedom"

10 Jun, 2019
by David Robb
McAfee goes on the attack: corruption is the enemy of Freedom

John McAfee has recently stepped up his long-running dispute with the U.S. government. Via his Twitter account, the cyber-security legend and Bitcoin enthusiast claimed to have incriminating information about a large number of congressmen and senators. 

McAfee is currently on the run from the IRS, attempting to avoid paying taxes that are due on his various business dealings. His extended vacation has not been without incident, and despite not being able to return to the U.S., he is still planning to run for president in 2020 on a pro-crypto platform. 

McAfee has railed against the SEC for its approach to crypto, as well as various other government agencies for their incompetence and illicit activities. He now claims that he has been denied service by the IRS despite the large amount of tax he has paid, and that he plans to release the names of 30 individuals, employed by the U.S. government, who have been involved in corruption.

The names will be released on Friday, and he wants them to be removed from office as soon as possible. No response has been made yet from any government representatives. McAfee also published a video, explaining again his ideology of freedom and individual responsibility. 

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