The IRS Criminal Investigation division is the sixth-largest federal law enforcement agency in the U.S. The division claims that it doesn’t perform routine IRS audits on average Americans. It says it investigates criminal cases related to money laundering, cybercrime, bank secrecy, national security, national defense and narcotics organizations, which requires firearms and training for its special agents. Let’s wait and see how that pans out in the upcoming recession.
Notice the scenario in this IRS recruiting program is “taking down a landscape business owner who failed to properly report how he paid for his vehicles,” not “taking down a billionaire who uses the corporate jet for private trips.”pic.twitter.com/QXlHmDCoWb— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) August 19, 2022
Then the massed forces of the Swamp’s MSM went after him. And in case you heard this was fake, it isn’t. Tom Massie proves it again and again. Finally, the so-called fact checkers folded, and removed their flagrantly incorrect “fact checks”.
might want to fact check the IRS? They claim this is recruiting. To be specific “It’s a recruitment tool.” pic.twitter.com/BxhRqVMzgN— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) August 19, 2022
As Tom Massie says:
Just a reminder, someone is paying those fact checkers’ salaries @ReutersFacts and @AFPFactCheck. For instance, @factcheckdotorg’s vaccine factcheck program is funded by the @RWJF foundation which holds roughly $2 billion worth of vaccine manufacturer $JNJ stock.
Massie also had to waste time pointing out the blindingly obvious to people who can’t tell their semi from their Shinola.
Here’s the schmuck that was compelled to lie in order to fact check me. I said it was an IRS recruiting program (that’s a fact), I didn’t say they were “armed IRS recruits.” A child can tell these were fake guns. https://t.co/lpZkrgxJD7— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) August 19, 2022
Journalist @billdmccarthy got called out so many times on his fake fact check of my IRS tweet that he disabled comments on his fact check tweet _and_ on his pinned tweet. Just go ahead and delete it Bill. We know the IRS program for recruiting armed agents is real and ongoing. pic.twitter.com/eTMSXdsJlI— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) August 19, 2022
🚨Another fake Fact-Check busted.— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) August 19, 2022
Even IRS calls it a “recruitment tool.” Contrary to Reuters’ implication, the program is ongoing – there are masks in some pictures – from 2022.@AFPFactCheck disabled comments on their fake fact check last night, but @ReutersFacts has’t yet. https://t.co/NRqcvXn77Z pic.twitter.com/CS4AfekIMd