Ted Cruz is one of the only people making sense right now…
Income tax is unconstitutional and the IRS is the central tool that the state uses to grow its sordid crops; virtually everything we don’t like about government overreach comes as a direct result of this one agency.
It is through the IRS that a parasitic government obtains funding to grow and further excuses to extend the surveillance state by monitoring your bank account, issuing random audits, and hiring agents to shoot at you and your family.
These redcoats want to swell their numbers by 87,000 and hoard ammo so they can do the unthinkable…
Liberals often complain that certain policies are taking us back to the Jim Crow era—the Inflation Reduction Act will take us back to 1770.
I cannot stress just how much this may be the most insidious thing proposed by the establishment over the last 2 years and that’s really saying something.
Ted Cruz seems to be spearheading the fight against the IRS with his latest call to action: Republicans should simply commit to defunding the IRS.
I couldn’t agree more! Here’s what he had to say:
Every single Republican should commit to not funding Biden’s army of IRS agents.
Instead, we should secure the border! pic.twitter.com/RiCBjdzCcg
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) September 13, 2022
Or the IRS at all. And while we are at it you can abolish the alphabet agencies, departments of education, energy, homeland security, and every other tool of tyrants.
— Texas Mises Caucus (@LPMisesCaucusTX) September 15, 2022
According to The Epoch Times:
“Every single Republican ought to say ‘we will not vote to fund these 87,000 new IRS agents, we’re not going to fund Biden’s army to harass Americans and we’re going to take that money and put it on our southern border to secure our border,’” Cruz told the outlet.
Thank you, Ted Cruz. No funding for IRS agents to go after law-abiding citizens.
— Karen Florian (@KFlo0205) September 13, 2022
“Stop Biden’s shadow army of 87,000 IRS agents,” Ted Cruz warned. Chuck Grassley insinuated that an IRS “strike force” could show up with assault weapons “ready to shoot some small business person in Iowa.”
— Resist hateful GOP policies (@hateGOP) September 15, 2022
Zero Hedge writes:
Yellen’s and Rettig’s position that audit rates wouldn’t rise for those making less than $400,000 has been countered by Rachel Greszler, senior research fellow at the Grover M. Hermann Center.
In a recent op-ed for The Heritage Foundation, Greszler wrote that “despite the Biden administration’s claims, it’s almost certain that households making less than $400,000 a year would face increased audits” under the Inflation Reduction Act.