Elon Musk Gives His Thoughts On IRS About To Basically Hire An Army Of New Agents

Billionaire Elon Musk decided to poke some fun at fellow Americans on Thursday for the doubling in size of the Internal Revenue Service, a recent revelation that is no doubt going to be giving millions of folks around the country the yips for months to come.

Musk tossed up a meme on social media that featured an image of a British redcoat giving a right jolly old belly laugh that featured a caption saying, “when the country that revolted over taxes hires 87,000 new IRS agents.”


That one hurts, Musk. That one hurts.

However, he’s not exactly wrong, is he?

Our founding fathers are likely rolling around in their graves right now. We need to recapture a little of the spirit of 1776 and grow passionate about liberty and freedom again. Now, that doesn’t mean resorting to violence. Our founders left plenty of ways we can fight back, which is part of the brilliance of the American system.

Musk, who is a South African who lived in Canada before moving across the border into the U.S. and becoming a citizen, told a user on social media that he already gets “audited every year by default.”

“I direct that any additional resources — including any new personnel or auditors that are hired — shall not be used to increase the share of small business or households below the $400,000 threshold that are audited relative to historical levels,” Yellen said to Rettig in a letter on Wednesday. “This means that, contrary to the misinformation from opponents of this legislation, small business or households earning $400,000 per year or less will not see an increase in the chances that they are audited.”

Here’s more from The Daily Wire:

Yellen did not mention, however, that “historical levels” of audits were significantly higher as recently as one decade ago. According to a report from the Government Accountability Office, audit rates for Americans earning between $25,000 to $200,000 fell 76% between 2010 and 2019, while those earning less than $25,000 saw audit rates fall by 61%. Taxpayers earning between $200,000 and $500,000 — representing those at the upper end of the Biden administration’s vow to not raise taxes for those earning less than $400,000 — saw a 92% decline in audits.

The report added that IRS officials “attributed the overall decline in audit rates to decreased funding, and therefore reduced staffing to conduct audits” — constraints which are directly addressed by the Inflation Reduction Act. The agency’s job description for new agents says that employees must “carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.”

Yet Rettig vowed that his agency will “absolutely not” use its new employees to target middle-class Americans and small businesses. Instead, he promised that the new funding will create better information technology systems that will help Americans more easily comply with tax laws.

The IRS is likely being weaponized by the current administration to help ensure that the money this government requires for their massive, bloated programs is wrestled away from individual Americans at gunpoint. That’s really what we’re saying here.

Who would have thought this what America would turn into just a few years ago?

If we don’t take back Congress this fall, things are going to look even worse. This is just the beginning of what the left wants to do, folks.

This story syndicated with permission from michael, Author at Trending Politics

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