Guess Where The IRS Is Sending Their New Armed Agents

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is seeking armed agents to serve in states around the country, according to a job ad.

The phrase “We are Hiring Special Agents Now!” may be seen on the IRS website.

One of the primary responsibilities of IRS special agents is they must “be able and willing to take part in arrests, the carrying out of search warrants, as well as other hazardous assignments.”

Another obligation is to “carry a weapon.”

According to the website, a special agent “must be ready to protect himself/herself or others against assaults at any moment and with no warning, and use weapons in potentially life-threatening circumstances; and must be committed to using force up to and even including deadly force.”

According to Americans for Tax Reform (ATR), the IRS has “360 openings” for agents, which are dispersed throughout all 50 states.

President Joe Biden and Dems. in Congress utilized the Inflation Reduction Act to provide $80 billion in funding to the IRS, and according to ATR, the IRS is “on track to hire 87,000 IRS employees during the next decade.”

Author: Blake Ambrose

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