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How many of Biden's new IRS agents will take the heat? And how many of us will they target?

Audit notifications from the IRS are scary. As many as 87,000  IRS agents are at stake in the "Inflation Reduction Act" that President Joe Biden signed into law on Tuesday. And his IRS stockpile of4,600 gunsand his 5 million rounds of ammunition is downright unsettling.

How many of the new agents will get the heat. Democrats say no.

His IRS arsenal  of 4,600 guns included 3,282 pistols, 621 shotguns, 539 rifles, and 15 all-guns. Includes automatic rifle and 4 revolvers. It's unclear who the agents plan to shoot. His recent IRS job posting states that applicants mustbe willing to use lethal force.

The Democrat decided to take his $80 billion from taxpayers and supersize her IRS. A potential 87,000 new agents is a force greater than the personnel of all 11 US carriers combined. Four times his number of border guards. Enough for him to fill every seat in Madison Square Garden four times.

President Joe Biden signs the Democrats' landmark climate change and health care bill in the State Dining Room of the White House in Washington, Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2022.
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Why does he want the IRS to have guns and police officers? are you acting? This agency, which he entered into the police service in 1919, launched armed investigations against innocent small businesses exposed during congressional hearings in 1997 and 1998. and became increasingly abusive.

Democrats do not say that giving the IRS so much money and power will have a significant impact on criminal justice.

As detailed in the Inspector General's report, the IRS does not respect your privacy or the concept of due process. Evidence handling practices are terrible. Giving the IRS huge sums of cash does not change the culture of the IRS.

The IRS' official government oversight agency, the Tax Administration's Financial Inspector General, has identified serious problems with the IRS's gun controls in numerous audits over the years.

"Firearms training to ensure all Special Agents are qualified There is no national level review of records. TIGTA noted in its 2018 report: "Special agents without proper training in the use of firearms It could endanger the public and fellow special agents, and could expose the IRS to lawsuits for injury and damages.”

Another TIGTA report 115},in a three-year period (2009-2011), IRS officers fired more shots by mistake than they fired. on purpose.

Some accidental releases were not reported. Three of the four such unreported cases ``could have caused property damage or personal injury''. Details of these specific incidents have been redacted. And after that, authorities did not even ensure that all agents involved had undergone remedial training.

Small business fisheries surveillance audits are expected as the IRS deploys tens of thousands of new agents. Corner stores, grocery stores, barbershops, and cash-intensive businesses should be on guard as agencies have proven to be a bit slippery when approaching small business owners.

The 2017 Inspector General reportfound, for example, that an IRS agent had paid tax in investigating an American who allegedly compromised $10,000 in cash. It details how a person's rights and due process were violated. Reporting requirements. Foreclosed property before interviewing the property owner. 

According to reports, agents spoke to the owners without telling them they were being formally investigated. "Only five of the 229 interviews conducted provided statements of non-custodial rights, such as the right to remain silent."

TIGTA's findings: "Of the 252 lawful basis cases, tax violations were identified by criminal investigations in only 21 cases, or just 8%.

The outside of the Internal Revenue Service building in Washington, May 4, 2021.
AP/Patrick Semansky

IRS agents rushed to conclusions and rationalized explanations and defenses 

Audits can easily take two to three years,  weighing on small companies. , money, stress.America's small businesses have been hit hard by politicians over the past three years.Fishing expedition audits could mean lights out for some.More agents If there were, we'd see law-abiding small business owners give up and write checks to settle IRS bills they didn't legally owe.  

All Democrats and Senators voted to oversize the IRS, no Republicans voted for the bill, and Senate Democrats All voted against an amendment that would limit enhanced audits to taxpayers with incomes of $400,000 or more.

and 14 times the amount for “taxpayer services” such as answering phones. Inspectors determined that the vehicles were already too large and although the IRS could not prove that these vehicles were strictly for public service, they asked the agency to issue new vehicles. We also provide funding for purchases.

That is, your own audit failed.

The law is also pouring taxpayer money into the IRS' new "office rents," while 53% of IRS employees I don't walk into the office because I'm working from home. '' How many of these are expected to be "willing to wield deadly force" with fever?

Biden and Democrats say they are simply targeting the rich and corporations. not here.  The rest of the country is you and me.

Grover Norquist is president of Americans for Tax Reform.