How the Democrats will cook the election

The Democrats will be hiriing 87,000 new IRS agents, which will double the size of the IRS, making it bigger than the Pentagon, State Department, FBI and Border Patrol combined. The agency will get $80 billion, which is more than six times the current annual IRS budget of $12.6 billion. 

The stated goal is to raise revenue, but you don't believe that, do you? Why, for example, has the IRS stockpiled five million rounds of ammunition and spent $725,000 on bullets this year?

Anyone with memory of the Obama era will understand this:
Conservatives should be especially worried. Will the Biden administration weaponize these tens of thousands of new agents against them as it’s done at the Justice Department and the FBI?

No one should forget this is precisely what happened in the Obama-era Lois Lerner affair. The agency cherry-picked for extra scrutiny the tax returns of conservative organizations and donors who happened to oppose President Barack Obama’s policies.

Research says this activity got Obama elected in 2012. Stan Veuger of the American Enterprise Institute and top academic researchers studied this impact on Tea Party actiivty:
The bottom line is that the Tea Party movement, when properly activated, can generate a huge number of votes-more votes in 2010, in fact, than the vote advantage Obama held over Romney in 2012. The data show that had the Tea Party groups continued to grow at the pace seen in 2009 and 2010, and had their effect on the 2012 vote been similar to that seen in 2010, they would have brought the Republican Party as many as 5 - 8.5 million votes compared to Obama's victory margin of 5 million.

President Obama's margin of victory in some of the key swing states was fairly small: a mere 75,000 votes separated the two contenders in Florida, for example. That is less than 25% of our estimate of what the Tea Party's impact in Florida was in 2010. Looking forward to 2012 in 2010 undermining the Tea Party's efforts there must have seemed quite appealing indeed.
Unfortunately for Republicans, the IRS slowed Tea Party growth before the 2012 election.
Think they don't use the IRS to lash out at political opponents? Here's Rhode Island Democrat Senator Sheldon Whitehouse in action: Whitehouse, who sits on the committee that oversees the tax agency, is pushing it to revoke a student charity’s nonprofit status. 

It worked in 2012, and Biden knows that. Why not do it again?

"We live in an age in which it is no longer possible to be funny. There is nothing you can imagine, no matter how ludicrous, that will not promptly be enacted before your very eyes, probably by someone well known."
~ Malcolm Muggeridge

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