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IRS Pulls Job Post Detailing How New Accounting Agents May Use ‘Deadly Force’

The Internal Revenue Service, poised to hire 87,000 new agents, just deleted a job posting page from its website detailing duties for prospective new agents, including using “deadly force if necessary” during tax audits. The job listing also called for being willing to “participate in arrests, execution of search warrants and other dangerous assignments.” The IRS has stockpiled 5 million rounds of ammunition and thousands of guns.

Republican US Representative Matt Gaetz introduced the Disarm the IRS Act that would prevent the agency weaponizing the agency against Americans. Democrats are not against guns, they are against law abiding Americans having guns to defend themselves as leftists defund police and weaponize government workers.

The Internal Revenue Service just deleted a job posting page from its website detailing duties for prospective new agents, including using “deadly force if necessary” during tax audits.

The job description states:

As a Special Agent you will combine your accounting skills with law enforcement skills to investigate financial crimes. Special Agents are duly sworn law enforcement officers who are trained to “follow the money.” No matter what the source, all income earned, both legal and illegal, has the potential of becoming involved in crimes which fall within the investigative jurisdiction of the IRS Criminal Investigation. Because of the expertise required to conduct these complex financial investigations, IRS Special Agents are considered the premier financial investigators for the Federal government.

The “major duties” included in the IRS Special Agent (SA) job description require a willingness to “carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.”

And for an annual salary of $50,704-$89,636, SAs are required to work a “minimum of 50 hours per week” and be “willing and able to participate in arrests, execution of search warrants, and other dangerous assignments.”

The job posting page was quickly removed from the IRS jobs website following massive blowback on social media.

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