Why Is the IRS Wanting Info on Every Transaction Over $600?

Biden wants to give the IRS access to every bank account over $600. This is part of a much broader scheme to instill fear in citizens, a signpost on the road to tyranny, according to conservative commentator Dinesh D’Souza.

Why is this happening? The goal is to find more money. Biden has to raid every American to pay for their $3.5 trillion spending plan, a Green New Deal and a whole lot more.

Yellen says it’s not about going through every bank account, but the ability to have the power to do so. It will be big brother looking over the shoulder to help fight tax avoidance.

What begins at watching Americans ends up being a kind of ransom that keeps people wondering and at the mercy of the government. It’s a politics of fear.

The same fears used to play up the coronavirus is now part of the IRS, to censorship and much more that the left seeks to enforce. The same is true of Antifa showing up to intimidate anyone who does not submit to a leftist agenda.

The IRS is already the most powerful agency in our society. Why would we give them more power? What happened to freedom?

That’s the real question that Americans should be asking. Watch the video for the full commentary now.


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