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IRS Agents Learn To Take Down Small Business Owners In Recruitment Video

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These criminals will be coming for your business, your land, your gold and your kids.  Don’t think they won’t, and in a new video that is part of the “Adrian Project” to recruit college students into the Internal Revenue Service, they will be teaching these little tinhat tyrants how to take down small business owners.

Representative Thomas Massie from Kentucky posted the video on Thursday.

“In case you thought the IRS needed 87,000 more agents to help you with your tax returns and audit billionaires, watch this: Highlights from the IRS Adrian recruiting project,” he tweeted.

Massie would go on to explain:

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.”

Joshua Young writes:

The clip highlights the moment when students from Dixie State University in St. George, Utah simulate a routine IRS tax crime investigation. They’re tasked with the arrest of hypothetical small business owner “Dodger,” who was trying to sell his landscaping business.

Dodger was attempting to sell his small business for $1.5 million dollars, which according to the website ProfitableVenture.com, is the cost of a “medium scale landscaping business” and would yield a reasonable and common profit for the sale of the company.
In the scenario, the IRS suspects Dodger operated vehicles for his business that he may have purchased with money he didn’t make from his business. Dodger didn’t report the purchases of the vehicles to the IRS and the use of these vehicles for work solicited an undercover interview with IRS special agents.
The IRS agent asked, “Have you ever done any landscaping work before?”
“Just in my front yard,” Dodger replied. His arrest ensued.
“Who are you guys? What is this?” Dodger exclaims as he is cuffed and on his knees.
“We’re the IRS. You’re going to jail, buddy,” the student playacting an IRS agent exclaims.IRS Special Agent Ron Marker explained, “Ammunition, handcuffs, first Aid, is generally what everybody wears” to these arrests.According to the IRS, this project “provides students a glimpse into the career life of an IRS special agent and what a criminal investigation entails.”

Let’s be clear that this is way beyond the tyranny imposed against our forefathers by Great Britain, and the Second Amendment was written for such a time as this.

We the People had better start looking out for one another and putting our affairs in order and contemplating just how much of a price we are willing to pay for liberty in our respective sovereign countries, our states.

Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media

Tim Brown

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