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Biden's Handlers Wants The IRS To Monitor Every American's Bank Account

Posted by $ allosaur 1 month, 1 week ago to Legislation
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Is this a first step toward "spreading the wealth around," as Candidate Obama slipped up telling Joe The Plumber only to have his socialist ambitions spun to go poof into fairy dust by a protective lefty "mainstream media" Trump would later call Fake News?
Part of the nutcase $3.5 trillion spending plan the Puppet-In-Chief's puppeteers and the Demomarxist Party are out to bless us with would allow the IRS to monitor our bank transactions.
"The IRS is first and foremost," the linked article states, "a law enforcement agency, and the Fourth Amendment protects against unreasonable searches and seizures in pursuit of looking for wrongdoing and criminal actions."
"So," Taxpayer Protective Alliance Vice President Patrick Hedger concludes, "I think this is going to run into sever Fourth Amendment headwinds."

Really?

Just yesterday me dino read somewhere I can't recall that Biden (that meaning his Marxist handlers) said he will soon pack the Supreme Court with four appointees of his (handlers) choosing.
I'm certain these appointed wannabe Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse shall view The Constitution and its amendments as a living breathing document subject not only to alteration yet also obliteration as we again watch judges become lawmakers.
Me dino also recalls Obama at one point somewhere stating that he seeks "the redistribution of wealth." That and his saying that he also seeks "fundamental change" made my blood run cold so, so many moons ago.
A communist government owns everything. Unless you are one of the "more than equal" elite pigs running the Animal Farm, that will include your bank account.
A communist leadership will tell you not to worry, though. You're being taken care of. Oh, yes, you are, you sweet little property of the state, you.
As Karl Marx wrote about the redistribution of wealth, you'll get your share by what Big Brother shall determine to be "according to your needs."
Better be on his good side.
Yeah, you better be, little peon.
SOURCE URL: https://conspatriots.com/breaking-biden-wants-to-monitor-every-americans-bank-account/


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  • Posted by $ Abaco 1 month, 1 week ago
    Then, I'm in trouble. I do many LEGAL transactions for cash...sometimes a decent pile of it. They're not going to like that and I'll have some 'splaining to do...
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  • Posted by 25n56il4 1 month, 1 week ago
    That equates to about 2,810 working people being monitored by 1 employee...that wouldn't overload a computer and considering the salaries being paid at the IRS not being overworked.
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  • Posted by 25n56il4 1 month, 1 week ago
    Make that 'to a great extent'. As for me, he can 'Spit in one hand and wish in the other' and see which one fills up first. There are foreign banks that would love this move. But our American banks better get off the pot or they'll be out of business.
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  • Posted by DrZarkov99 1 month, 1 week ago
    The IRS may come to a grinding halt if this happens. As it is, they don't know or understand their own rules. When the filing date was delayed to July last year, they sat on their hands and processed no returns until after the delay, when they could have proceeded with early filers. That late start created a choke point that they still haven't caught up from, and they did the same thing this year when the delay was just a month.

    Expect to be subject to accusations of tax evasion and worse, based on their incompetence. This is headed to a SCOTUS case, for sure, but the rest of us will suffer the consequences until this idiot administration is run out of town.
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  • Posted by Misanthropic-Shrugger 1 month, 1 week ago
    Basically, the IRS already does this... there are a (lengthy) list of transactions that meet the criteria of "report required" to the Treasury (e.g. the banks have a duty to report to Treasury). And then there is the catch-all reporting requirement of "anything else that appears suspicious. So basically, eff your Constitutional Right to privacy in your person, possessions, and dealings... and for those of you who are unaware, IRS is a subsidiary of the Dept. of Tresury.
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  • Posted by 25n56il4 1 month, 1 week ago
    Oh dear, I worked too many years for an Actuary.
    This equates that working 2,078 hours a year and each employee having to handle 2,810 tax payers that would mean spending 1 hour and 35 minutes a year on each taxpayer while working a 40 hour week at the IRS. Do they work 40 hours a week?
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  • Posted by 25n56il4 1 month, 1 week ago
    I guess this is to justify the $11,303 billion dollar budget and to pay the 74,454 employees at the IRS. Dear Lord, haven't they heard of computers?
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    • Posted by mccannon01 1 month, 1 week ago
      The IRS made an error on my taxes (they owe me more than they refunded already) and I've been trying for weeks to reach them to get it fixed (calling them is apparently the only method for this problem), but after going through all the "press X, press Y, press Z" and then waiting for a while the system basically says "we're busy" and hangs up. I'm sure if I owed them money they would have closed all my accounts and taken my house by now.

      This "thing" is a behemoth that needs to be put to rest. About 15 or so years ago I read an article that stated about $800 BILLION is coughed up by the people/businesses just to COMPLY with all the rules and regs. I'm sure it's up to a cool TRILLION by now and NOTHING is produced to show for it.
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      • Posted by 25n56il4 1 month, 1 week ago
        I once got a speedy response from them. I sent them a note saying, 'Thanks for calling an audit on my tax return. I made a mistake in your favor and I am filing an amended return.' They sent back 'Your return is accepted as filed.'
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  • Posted by $ katrinam41 1 month, 1 week ago
    There has never been a day in the life of the IR.S. that they have been efficient in anything except finding ways to steal more money. They lie and cheat like good little leftists, sending a "final notice" the day after they freeze your account, while neglecting to actually send out any previous notices at all. Personal experience, not hearsay.
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  • Posted by $ DriveTrain 4 weeks, 1 day ago
    Ok, so DT the pot-banger is back with another of his mantras: Why aren't non-collectivists thinking in terms of activism instead of just defensive reaction? When will they learn that a.) the collectivist crowd have long since embraced an always-on hatchery of new assaults on reason, individualism, capitalism and liberty that maintains a vertiable fire-hose output, and that b.) we must do precisely the same, in terms of continuously brainstorming and championing new measures in favor of reason, individualism, capitalism and liberty?

    IOW, instead of that thing David Kelley once criticized (correctly) as limiting the sum total of one's actions to "Contemplating the awfulness of the enemy," we should take every one of these new collectivist outrages and turn it, instantly, into proposals for obliterating the problem at hand, right at its root. Put differently: WE HIT BACK. HARD. To the case-in-point:

    For many years, including four in which I sent more than a few such requests - ignored - to Trump's White House Comment page, I've advocated for a sweeping but simple way to abolish and dismantle the IRS once and for all. It goes like this:

    Taking the 16th Amendment as a given - for the moment - the only proper, ethical role that the IRS ought to have, is as a simple accounting agency. It tallies the tax receipts by the Federal government, it bills people who have fallen short on their imposed tax bills, it refunds to people who have had too much withheld. And that's it.

    Which any large accounting firm could handle. And should.

    So the thing Republican leadership - wherever such may be found - should be demanding and fighting for, to full implementation, is the abolition of the IRS as an agency in favor of a farmed-out accounting contract to a private accounting firm. Which contract to be awarded to the winner of an open bidding competition, and given for a predetermined period, maybe three years, before the contract is automatically placed open once again, for bids on the next three-year period.

    Anyone persistently refusing to pay "owed" taxes - again, the propriety of taxation and of tax rates themselves comprising an entirely separate issue - could be referred to similarly-private collection agencies, just as anyone who defaults on any other bill.

    This would not only eliminate the IRS as an agency, it would in one Gordian-Knot-slice eliminate all existing "enforcement" powers associated with that noxious entity, and all associated abuses such as ideologically-motivated weaponization.

    A secondary, comparatively-minor but nonetheless powerful activist proposal: How difficult would it be for Republican leadership - wherever such may be found - to author, aggressively, as many bills, riders and appendages as is necessary, to move Tax Deadline Day from April 15 to October 15? Granted, we have arguably already lost the right to vote in free and fair elections - also due to Republican/Trumpian ineptitude and default - so the whole thing may be moot in any case. But to get the idea out there.

    That is all. 8^]
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