(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) President Joe Biden last week issued an executive order instructing the Internal Revenue Service to target whites and Asians with audits under the guise of “equity,” Fox News reported.
The America First Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit under the Freedom of Information Act, noting that Biden and his administration intended to “alter Internal Revenue Service’s audit algorithms to target white, Asian, or mixed-race taxpayers.”
The Left’s voting base includes large swathes of Mexican and black voters, who generally make less money than their white and Asian counterparts.
Biden’s Feb. 16 order directed all federal agencies to immediately implement an “equity action plan” aimed at removing barriers to agency resources for “underserved communities.”
Biden also bragged that his “administration’s commitment to equity has produced better decision-making and more equitable outcomes” while “building a more equitable Nation.”
Unfortunately for those who are not a part of favored race classes, Biden said that they must pay more so that he and his bureaucracy can “confront significant barriers to realizing the full promise of our great Nation.”
He and the “Federal Government” have a “responsibility to remove these barriers.”
The order also noted that white people in America have a responsibility to secure “consistent and systematic treatment of all individuals,” including “Black, Latino, Indigenous and Native American, Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander persons and other persons of color.”
The groups to be favored by the IRS also include “members of religious minorities; women and girls; LGBTQI+ persons; persons with disabilities; persons who live in rural areas; persons who live in United States Territories; persons otherwise adversely affected by persistent poverty or inequality; and individuals who belong to multiple such communities.”
Biden’s order is a sequel to the 2021 order called “Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities Through the Federal Government,” which the president signed on his first day in office.
That order infamously launched a “whole-of-government approach to equity,” committing to the use of equity “data” to redistribute according to the needs of certain racial groups.