House Republicans are seeking to block the illegitimate Biden Administration (aka, the deepstate) from unleashing 87,000 weaponized new IRS agents — armed IRS agents whose mandate is to kick in doors of dissidents.

Q: According to the deepstate, what is a “dissident”?

A: “Dissidents” are individuals and small businesses that dare practice freedom of speech (for example, the father of eleven who was swatted for the “crime” of speaking out against the slaughter of babes in the womb).

Conservatives in Congress are pushing the Family and Small Business Taxpayer Protection Act, which rescinds all new IRS funding for squeezing middle-class families and small businesses, while enhancing the services Americans expect to receive from their government — and that’s not a bad idea: the Yuma IRS office exists only to tell English-speaking walk-in clients with questions to call the 800 number.

In the ideal world, the IRS would focus on providing quality service to taxpayers — not sending armed agents to kick in their front doors.

Republicans in Congress successfully led major reforms at the IRS with the bipartisan Taxpayer First Act, signed it into law in 2019. Democrats have abandoned those reforms, opting to supercharge the IRS with a massive infusion of $80 billion in funding on top of a $12 billion annual IRS budget.

Republicans want an IRS that works for taxpayers; Democrats want an IRS that works against them.

Democrats voted to supercharge the IRS with a massive infusion of taxpayer dollars focused on IRS enforcement and the hiring of 87,000 new IRS agents to squeeze American taxpayers, while Republicans fought for guardrails to protect middle and lower-income taxpayers from increased audit scrutiny — Democrats rejected these protections.

According to CBO, Democrats’ supercharged IRS will cause audit rates to “rise for all taxpayers” an,d a conservative analysis shows that returning audit rates to 2010 levels would mean 1.2 million more audits with over 700,000 of those falling on taxpayers making $75,000 or less.

Democrats have long used the IRS and the tax code as a political weapon. Proof? IRS abuses we’ve already seen:

  • Targeting of Tea Party and conservative groups during the Obama Administration.
  • Seeking a bank surveillance scheme on all American bank accounts.
  • Massive leak of information to ProPublica used to support Democrat causes.
  • Unleashing a dangerous new political weapon through the public release of the former President’s private tax returns.

Americans have a Constitutional right to a government that’s accountable: one that works for us, not against us.

Rescinding funding for 87,000 new IRS agents is a good first step in the right direction. Realistically, the Family and Small Business Taxpayer Protection Act, is doomed to die in the Senate … another casualty of the 2022 AZ Steal, which installed China-puppet Mark Kelly, after stealing the seat from the legitimately-elected Blake Masters.

Every sentence in the above article marks me as a “dissident” — an insult I bear proudly, along with “deplorable” (thanks, Hillary) and “terrorist” (thanks, Crenshaw).

By Rosalie Stafford

Editor of The Gadsden Rattler

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