Armed With ‘Weapons Of War’: IRS Agents Shown Assaulting A Suburban Home

About that job report for armed IRS agents- here is a report where it all makes sense. Armed IRS agents are being trained to treat Americans like terrorists. And they apparently plan to assault Americans with ‘Weapons of War’.

Thomas Massie pointed out the Democrat’s exception of ‘Weapons Of War” for the IRS:

Last week, Democrats in the House passed a bill to ban Americans from buying AR-15s, calling the AR-15 a “weapon of war.”

They exempted IRS from the ban.

This week they will add tens of thousands of IRS agents to the budget.

Meanwhile they posted this: https://www.nationalreview.com/news/irs-deletes-job-posting-seeking-applicants-willing-to-use-deadly-force/ pic.twitter.com/e8hRSnN3cj

— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) August 11, 2022

Which is really scary when you consider the following news report from Valiant News:

In the Internal Revenue Service 2021 annual report, IRS Criminal Investigation special agents can be observed simulating an armed assault on a suburban home at the agency’s National Criminal Investigation Training Academy (NCITA), located within the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Brunswick, Georgia.

According to the IRS, these IRS-CI agents are “are among the most highly trained financial investigators in the world” and train for 6 months.

While training at the NCITA, new IRS-CI special agents begin an 11-week Criminal Investigator Training Program (CITP) run by FLETC, where they learn firearms training and other traditional law enforcement tactics.

“CITP covers topics common to all federal law enforcement agents, including basic criminal investigation skills, federal criminal law, courtroom procedures, enforcement operations, interviewing skills, and firearms training,” the IRS report states.

While conducting firearms training, IRS-CI special agents wear tactical clothing that reads “POLICE” and “IRS-CI.”

In the Internal Revenue Service 2021 annual report, IRS Criminal Investigation special agents can be observed simulating an armed assault on a suburban home at the agency’s National Criminal Investigation Training Academy (NCITA), located within the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Brunswick, Georgia.

According to the IRS, these IRS-CI agents are “are among the most highly trained financial investigators in the world” and train for 6 months.

While training at the NCITA, new IRS-CI special agents begin an 11-week Criminal Investigator Training Program (CITP) run by FLETC, where they learn firearms training and other traditional law enforcement tactics.

“CITP covers topics common to all federal law enforcement agents, including basic criminal investigation skills, federal criminal law, courtroom procedures, enforcement operations, interviewing skills, and firearms training,” the IRS report states.

While conducting firearms training, IRS-CI special agents wear tactical clothing that reads “POLICE” and “IRS-CI.”

“Following CITP, new special agent trainees take a 14-week NCITA Special Agent Investigative Techniques (SAIT) course. The SAIT program trains new agents in tax law, evidence gathering, interviewing, report writing, methods of proving unreported income, and money laundering violations,” the report continues.

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IDK seems like fake news to me.

Until “they” come for you! Then who will speak for you?

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It seems very presumptuous.

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Some of us know Exactly what this means…

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Everything is fake news until they/you are invaded.

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The IRS-CI training is not new. The training catalog is also insightful.
Criminal Investigator Training Program
Training Catalog

IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agent

Major Duties

  • Adhere to the highest standards of conduct, especially in maintaining honesty and integrity.
  • Work a minimum of 50 hours per week, which may include irregular hours, and be on-call 24/7, including holidays and weekends.
  • Maintain a level of fitness necessary to effectively respond to life-threatening situations on the job.
  • Be willing and able to participate in arrests, execution of search warrants, and other dangerous assignments.
  • Carry a firearm; must be prepared to protect him/herself or others from physical attacks at any time and without warning and use firearms in life-threatening situations; must be willing to use force up to and including the use of deadly force.
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And so, 2023 begins!
Why not just issue new uniforms?

The similarities between now and then are scary!
That are so similar, we should know what comes next!

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I think this would be more appropriate

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Yes every one of you that has an ASAILT RIFLE THE GOVERNMENT IS COMING TO TAKE THEM AND WHATS SO FUNNY IS THE PEOPLE THAT REALLY WOULD STAND WITH YOU NO MATTER WHAT WHEN HOW :bangbang: you treated like a​:poop:

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