Bidenflation has already drained the wealth from America’s middle class.
Now, Joe Biden has another scheme to shake down taxpayers for their last remaining dollars.
And an IRS whistleblower just revealed his despicable plans.
William Henck is a former IRS employee who had 30 years under his belt before he got kicked out.
Henck told Fox News Business when he was with the agency he saw IRS agents targeting elderly taxpayers—including World War II veterans—because they were easy to bully into settling.
“I protested both internally and externally, but I was ignored,” he told FOX Business. “In their last days on Earth, these taxpayers were being bullied by the same government they had fought for as young men and no one cared.”
Now, he warns that the IRS will double in size thanks to Joe Biden’s misnamed “Inflation Reduction Act.”
“The idea that they’re going to open things up and go after these big billionaires and large corporations is quite frankly bulls–t,” Henck argued during a Fox Business interview. “It’s not going to happen. They’re going to give themselves bonuses and promotions and really nice conferences.”
And he says they’ll be going after middle income taxpayers and small businesses.
“If you own a roofing company, you better count on getting audited because that’s what they’re going to be doing,” he said. “They’re going to be going after your car dealerships, roofing companies.”
And the taxpayers they will be targeting are at a huge disadvantage.
“There will be considerable incentive to basically to shake down taxpayers, and the advantage the IRS has is they have basically unlimited resources and no accountability, whereas a taxpayer has to weigh the cost of accountants, tax lawyers — fighting something in tax court,” Henck added.
A House GOP analysis conducted using historic audit rates came to the same conclusion.
It’s predicted that Americans making less than $75,000 a year will be hit with about 711,000 new IRS audits.
Those making $500,000 or more are expected to get about 95,000 more audits.
But the one organization likely to need audited most is only going to grow in power and become more untouchable than ever before.
Back in 2013, Henck revealed to the media that the IRS inexplicably allowed major paper companies to get away with failing to list a biofuel tax credit as taxable income during the 2009 financial crisis.
That move ended up costing the government $8 billion with other taxpayers picking up the tab.
The IRS has also proven itself to be completely willing to go after conservatives—especially Tea Party related groups during the Obama administration.
Giving those same crooked bureaucrats even more power is an obvious recipe for disaster.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.