Editor’s note: As the economic stress continues these federally subcontracted corporations like the IRS are using “fairy dust” magic money to buy up ammunition allegedly to prevent Americans from obtaining it. This massive bureaucracy of around 74,000 employees with an annual estimated budget of $11.3 billion (FY 2019) just dropped $700,000 on ammunition. This is what happens when Bolsheviks come to power. Those in power running these bureaucracies inevitably move to increase bureaucratic faceless state power with continued expansion. In order to improve your “taxpayer experience” it is claimed, the IRS is hiring an additional 4,000 employees. If you still do not understand what the IRS is organized to do since its inception in 1913 established illegally, you are highly encouraged to read through a series of posts we have linked.
by WorldTribune Staff, June 19, 2022
Team Biden’s Internal Revenue Service (IRS) spent some $700,000 on firearm ammunition between March 1 and June 1, Florida Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz said.
The IRS’s ammunition acquisition is “bizarre,” Gaetz told Breitbart News.
“There is concern that this is part of a broader effort to have any entity in the federal government buy up ammo to reduce the amount of ammunition that is in supply, while at the same time, making it harder to produce ammo,” Gaetz said.
If federal entities continue buying up ammunition, it could put American citizens in a place where the exercise of the Second Amendment is limited due to the inability to get ammunition, Gaetz said.
A TIGTA report found that special agents at the IRS Criminal Investigation Division accidentally fired their weapons more often than they intentionally fired them: “According to documentation provided by all 26 CI field offices, the NCITA, and the TIGTA OI, there were a total of eight firearm discharges classified as intentional use of force incidents and 11 discharges classified as accidental during FYs 2009 through 2011.”
In a September 2021 analysis for The Federalist, David Kopel noted: “The gun prohibition lobbies, having mostly failed in their campaigns to convince legislatures to ban guns, have intensified their efforts to disarm Americans by other means. … The ongoing ammunition shortage is seriously impairing the exercise of Second Amendment rights. Many gun owners have cut back on practice because they cannot be sure they will be able to replace the ammunition they use. Some firing ranges are not even able to sell customers a box of ammunition. The shortage is particularly burdensome for the millions of Americans who purchased their first firearm in 2020 and are being deprived of practice opportunities.”