It’s Not Just the 87,000 New IRS Agents, It’s who They Will Be – What They Will Do!

Not just the numbers and who they will be but what they will do. “…to provide digital asset monitoring….”

We should recall what Obama did and had in mind for the IRS before we jump to the easy explanation. “The real reason they target low income is because they can’t afford attorneys and accountants” often quoted.

The reason is not the low hanging fruit. 

Biden’s Build Back Better Framework, issued in October 2021, noted that wage earners had a 99% tax compliance rate and that the miscreant 1% evades about $160 billion per year in taxes. Sounds like a lot, but it’s not too bad actually: that’s just 4% of the $3.863 trillion taken in. Given that perfection will always elude us, at what point does this become statistically insignificant and unjustifiably wasteful? There are about 12,000 “agents” in the IRS, and about 145 million taxpayers. Do we really need 87,000 more agents to address issues with maybe a million and a half taxpayers? Absolutely not!


From RNC Research

Let’s put our thinking caps on. Hmmm.

So, again, what’s this money for? In the original BBB bill, this section took up a page. Now, it’s ten pages long.  It starts on page 1926 of the current version of H.R. 5376 and on page 39 of the Senate’s draft Inflation Reduction Act; versions are slightly different but the total is the same. In the $45 billion enforcement section, we’ve got “…to provide digital asset monitoring….”

If that doesn’t make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up I don’t know what will. The IRS should be concerned only with assets it suspects are being funded through tax fraud and it doesn’t take $45 billion to do that. But to establish the ability to implement Senator Warren’s unconstitutional “wealth tax,” well, it might just be enough.

And just where are we going to get all of these accountants? With electronic filing the need for clerical staffing has drastically been reduced. At present, the IRS cannot fill its annual hiring goals. Where are these 87,000 coming from and who will they be?


IRS agents are accountants. Now that the San Diego school district is giving straight As to every child who lives in the district, whether or not they show up at school, think any of them will be able to make it through 30 semester hours of increasingly complex accounting courses?

Forty percent of all accounting graduates opt to become CPAs, which takes them out of the running for entry-level agent positions. CPAs need a full year’s worth of credits on top of their degree, a couple of years in a public accounting sweatshop, passing all the segments of the CPA exam, and annual continuing education credits. Starting wages for agents are significantly lower than for private industry accountants.

Now we come to the great reveal.

Buried in the wording is a paragraph giving the Secretary of the Treasury the ability to hire directly into the competitive service without regard for current laws that mandate publicly announcing available competitive service openings. The Secretary can ignore all federal laws that give hiring preference to veterans, the disabled, former employees (that would include those fired for not taking the co-vax), military spouses, Peace Corps volunteers, etc. That’s one way to make sure only those who meet a political smell test get to participate in this new IRS enforcement program.

I suggest hiring those suitable for their prize – …to provide digital asset monitoring….” when did this become a function of the IRS?

The goal of Pelosi, Schumer, Warren, Sanders, and the rest of the ultra-pro-regressive bunch.

For more read from The American Thinker

This is exactly filling out what Obama had in mind. Let’s go through some of the good old times of Obama. I pulled out a portion of a couple of old posts:


Recall this old war horse Lois Lerner?

Lois Lerner fights release of her deposition, says “exceedingly low public interest”

Former IRS senior executive Lois G. Lerner told a federal court last week that there’s “no legitimate” reason why the public should see her testimony about her role in tea party targeting, pleading with a judge to keep her deposition permanently sealed.

They said there’s “exceedingly low” public interest in having their depositions released, and they said tea party groups are pushing for disclosure out of “spite.”

The IRS has reached settlements with hundreds of tea party groups and the government admitted it bungled its handling of their nonprofit status applications during the Obama administration. The government, in one of the settlements, even singled out Ms. Lerner for specific criticism, saying she failed to stop the targeting and even hid it from her supervisors.

But Ms. Lerner’s own defense of her actions, as well as Ms. Paz’s testimony, remain secret, with the transcripts of their depositions sealed and all references to the information from those depositions redacted from other documents.

Obama threatens veto on bill to delay IRS from muzzling his political opponents

Treasury’s proposed rules would significantly alter 501(c)(4) tax-exempt organization activities and restrict First Amendment rights. Other tax-exempt organizations, including labor unions, would not be subject to the same rules. A letter recently signed by more than 50 conservative and free market groups expressed similar concerns and called on Congress to block the proposed regulations. Camp, who has led the House Ways and Means Committee investigation into the IRS’s abuse of conservative groups, released the following statement:

“Despite the administration’s insistence that ‘there’s nothing to see here,’ the committee has found evidence demonstrating that right-leaning groups were targeted to an extent far beyond what was reported by the Inspector General. Our investigation is still ongoing and the committee has not received all the requested documents. It is premature to publish new rules before getting all of the facts. The Administration’s proposed rules openly target groups that are exercising their First Amendment rights. We cannot allow these draft regulations to go into effect. Congress must make sure every American’s right to participate and engage in civic debate is protected, and this legislation will provide some much-needed assurance that IRS targeting and surveillance will not continue.

“Additionally, I am disappointed by reports that the Department of Justice had decided – without conducting a serious investigation – that it will not to pursue criminal charges in the IRS’s intentional targeting of conservative groups. I have long said that we will follow the facts of this case wherever the facts lead us – and this case 

IRS to beef up whistleblower program-turn your family, boss in!

Unhappy with a family member? Had a bad day at the office? Now you can make them spin in the wind. Now the lawyers go into a feeding frenzy. Here you go:

The Internal Revenue Service, reversing an earlier position, proposed rules making it more likely informants will collect a reward when they blow the whistle on tax-dodging employers, neighbors or family members.

The agency proposed regulations today that make it easier for whistleblowers whose information results in denial of refunds or a reduction in deductible losses to get rewards of as much as 30% of the amount involved. Earlier guidance tied reward payments to a portion of additional taxes paid as a result an informant’s tip.

IRS is buying shotguns

Acquiring Shotguns



Ain’t she a real Beauty?

This ought to tell us more than we want to know! Good taste in Shotguns–a Remington parkerized shotgun ought to do the trick.
Utilizing Speedfeed® stock variations and Speedfeed® fore-ends, the shotguns are virtually indestructible and are the best choice when weather extremes are a factor. The addition of the R3 recoil pad to all Model 870 Police shotguns reduces the felt recoil of heavy loads by 30%.
Solicitation Number: TIRWR-10-Q-00023 
Agency: Department of the Treasury
Office: Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Location: Field Operations Branch Western (OS:A:P:B:W)

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) intends to purchase sixty Remington Model 870 Police RAMAC #24587 12 gauge pump-action shotguns for the Criminal Investigation Division. The Remington parkerized shotguns, with fourteen inch barrel, modified choke, Wilson Combat Ghost Ring rear sight and XS4 Contour Bead front sight, Knoxx Reduced Recoil Adjustable Stock, and Speedfeed ribbed black forend, are designated as the only shotguns authorized for IRS duty based on compatibility with IRS existing shotgun inventory, certified armorer and combat training and protocol, maintenance, and parts. Swell!

Submit quotes including 11% Firearms and Ammunition Excise Tax (FAET) and shipping to Washington DC.


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27 Responses to “It’s Not Just the 87,000 New IRS Agents, It’s who They Will Be – What They Will Do!”

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  3. Baysider Says:

    BTW, according to this 54% of people in the U.S. have incomes below $75k. Kinda fits with that graphic, no? Maybe this question should have been asked first? It probably was, and they did not want to advertise this fact.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. peter3nj Says:

    Off topic:
    Stopped in at FOX for a nano-second to see which republican primary winning candidates will be spitting into the wind this November in MN, VT and CT. But hold on – a black lesbian might have a chance in CT? No because as a republican she’s neither really black nor lesbian. Next!

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  5. ronb39339 Says:

    what was it that obozo said about having a domestic army as powerful as the military??
    Most of these folks won’t have any knowledge of accounting.
    Too bad they don’t hire accountants to stop the illegal alien tax fraud.


    • bunkerville Says:

      Bingo… stop by tomorrow… I am including that little number. Right. there are no accountants waiting in the wings… the only people they can”audit” are the poor.


  6. Baysider Says:

    Yup, I stopped right there at digital monitoring of assets. Hmm. You’re right about setting up for a wealth tax. Even more ominously, that dovetails right into THIS. Scroll to the 59 second video of the fat man explaining, in a rare moment of candor, why this is so vital. It’s control people! That isn’t just some utopian doofus, but he is speaking for the Bank of International Settlements – the bankster of banksters.

    Never heard of them? The apex of banking transactions? You should know about a group that wants what he wants and whose offices, employees, directors and members are immune from virtually all regulation, scrutiny and accountability. A quick summary:

    * diplomatic immunity for persons and what they carry with them (i.e., diplomatic pouches)
    * no taxation on any transactions, including salaries paid to employees
    * embassy-type immunity for all buildings and/or offices operated by the BIS
    * no oversight or knowledge of operations by any government authority
    * freedom from immigration restrictions
    * freedom to encrypt any and all communications of any sort
    * freedom from any legal jurisdiction

    Vastly more here. Scroll to Sovereignty and Secrecy.

    Now … what was that about an 8-fold increase in the IRS? And they can hire without legal public notice? How much easier could it be to weaponize an agency to create 87,000 new Lois Lerners, handing out political patronage down to the lowest street sweeper – just like Chicago. All those activists who proved their worth in the 2020 election – as shown in 2000 mules – now have a career path.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I will follow up tomorrow with Obama and recall his Civilian force more powerful than the military? There are no 87,000 accountants for the IRS… now or ever. No way when they can’t get their numbers now. So we are going to have uneducated people auditing people who know how much about the tax code? With this setup the IRS can waive the educational background. 87k brown shirts. That is what it will be.


      • Baysider Says:

        This describes the “fact checkers” throughout the wuflu mess, “fact checking” people like Dr. Robert Malone who created the basis for the current vax and knows a LOT more about it than does some sniveling half-wit Marxist who cuts him off. In red China before the cultural revolution students were promoted to university based on their political performance, particularly in the so-called self criticism sessions. Some of the brightest in science were sidelined. Tells you a lot about their oligarchy 2 generations later. It’s a preview of what’s coming.

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      • Baysider Says:

        and PS – do NOT miss the fat man video


      • bunkerville Says:

        There are only 56 seconds of the”fat man.”


      • Baysider Says:

        Correct. I misspoke. Chilling, no?

        Liked by 1 person

  7. nrringlee Says:

    Brownshirts are much easier to recruit than CPA’s and MBA’s. So, to fill the newly mustered Lois Lerner Legion the Harris/Biden regime, also known as the Soros/Obama regime v. III will drain the local jails and insane asylums and grant waivers to the Merit System Protection Board racist rules currently in place.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. markone1blog Says:

    Liked by 1 person

  9. markone1blog Says:

    If the FBI doesn’t raid the Biden homes on January 1, 2023, then we will know that we need to defund the Department of Justice and the FBI.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Mustang Says:

    I get an email every day from a site calling itself Inspiring Quotes. I keep waiting to be inspired. So far, meh. The one quote I’m looking for is: “My name is Joe Biden, and I’ve just resigned my presidency.”

    Liked by 5 people

  11. Ed Bonderenka Says:

    Red Wave or red pools.
    They’ve shown their cards.

    Liked by 3 people

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