The Democrats Gear Up for Major Investigation
In the year 2022, numerous government entities have been subjected to intense examination. Following their unusual raid on former President Donald Trump’s resort at Mar-a-Lago, the FBI has received a significant amount of criticism for their actions. In addition, the Department of Justice under President Joe Biden has come under a great deal of scrutiny in recent times.
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Now, another department or agency of the federal government is possibly going to be investigated, and this one may have an effect that is felt directly by every citizen of the United States.
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) was the subject of numerous news stories earlier this year after it became public knowledge that the federal government in Washington, DC intended to recruit 87,000 additional agents. The action was questioned by a great number of civilians as well as lawmakers.In point of fact, Republican leader Ted Cruz (Texas) has proposed doing away with the Internal Revenue Service.
Even though this is highly unlikely to occur, the Republican Party is continuing to target the agency in question. If the Republicans are successful in retaking the House in November’s election, they want to investigate the Internal Revenue Service in great detail.
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And that can lead to a lot of news that will blow people’s minds. Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-FL), who holds the position of highest-ranking member of the committee, mentioned the $80 billion that the agency will spend in order to hire those 87,000 new agents. He went on to say that everyone is concerned about what these IRS officers will do and that they are dedicated to holding the agency accountable for its actions.
Both Representative Jason Smith of Missouri and Representative Adrian Smith of Nebraska share this worry. Even if the hiring spree doesn’t happen, there’s still cause for concern that the Internal Revenue Service is going after conservatives, according to Jason Smith. Even if the Republican Party is successful in regaining partial control of Congress as a result of the midterm elections, the party will not be satisfied with investigations and hearings.
Kevin McCarthy, the Republican leader of the House minority caucus in California, has pledged that the first move will be to reduce the budget for the Internal Revenue Service. The Republican party wants to find answers to a great many more questions.Last but not least, the committee intends to prevent businesses managed by the Chinese Community Party from receiving financial support from the government.
According to Representative Jason Smith, these types of businesses continue to receive “handouts from American taxpayers and preferential tax treatment.” It should come as no surprise that hard-working individuals in the United States will react negatively to this.
The fact that just this week we learned of a scandal involving five IRS agents who are suspected of stealing COVID relief monies and using them for their own personal spending sprees does not help the situation at all. In a nutshell, it looks like the agency is primed and ready for some kind of probe to be conducted. If the “red wave” occurs the next month, it appears that the investigation will be conducted not long after that.