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FW: Democrats want the IRS to spy on you
Torunn Sinclair | October 12, 2021

President Biden and House Democrats want to give the IRS new power to spy on American families.

Today, releases like the below were sent to districts of vulnerable Democrats questioning their support for this abuse of power and invasion of privacy.   

Biden and Perlmutter want the IRS to spy on Coloradans

Biden, DeFazio and Schrader want the IRS to spy on Oregonians

Biden and Davids want the IRS to spy on Kansans

Biden and Schrier want the IRS to spy on Washington State families

Katie Porter and Mike Levin want the IRS to spy on Californians

Raul Ruiz wants the IRS to spy on Californians

Jim Costa wants the IRS to spy on Californians

Biden, Luria and Spanberger want the IRS to spy on Virginians

Garamendi, Bera and Harder want the IRS to spy on Californians

Biden and Ross want the IRS to spy on North Carolinians

Lee and Horsford want the IRS to spy on Nevadans

Biden, McBath and Bourdeaux want the IRS to spy on Georgians

Democrats want the IRS to spy on Texans

Tom O’Halleran wants the IRS to spy on Arizonans

Biden & Murphy want the IRS to spy on Floridians

Biden, Morelle & Higgins want the IRS to spy on New Yorkers

Biden, Maloney, Delgado & Tonko want the IRS to spy on New Yorkers

Biden, Suozzi & Rice want the IRS to spy on New Yorkers

Biden & Jahana Hayes want the IRS to spy on Connecticuters

Biden & Chris Pappas want the IRS to spy on Granite Staters

Biden & Jared Golden want the IRS to spy on Mainers

Biden & PA Dems want the IRS to spy on Pennsylvanians

Biden & NJ Dems want the IRS to spy on New Jerseyans

Biden, Phillips, & Craig want the IRS to spy on Minnesotans

Biden, Casten, & Underwood want the IRS to spy on Illinoisans

Biden, Slotkin, Stevens, & Kildee want the IRS to spy on Michiganders

Biden & Axne want the IRS to spy on Iowans


Hey there, 

The New York Times reports that Democrats want to pay for their $3.5 trillion tax and spending plan in part by forcing banks to report the deposits and withdrawals of any account with more than $600 in activity per year to the IRS. 

NRCC Comment: “Tom O’Halleran wants to give the IRS new power to spy on Arizona families. It’s a complete invasion of privacy.” – NRCC Spokeswoman Torunn Sinclair  

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