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REPORT: The Real Reason Biden Needs an Army of IRS Auditors

'The payroll headcounts at the White House have never been higher... '

(Headline USA) The Biden administration has been wasting millions of dollars on unnecessary payroll expenses, according to CEO and founder of OpentheBooks.com, Adam Andrzejewski.

Andrzejewski revealed that President Joe Biden’s White House has spent more than $100 million on its payroll in his first two years in office. 

“The payroll headcounts at the White House have never been higher,” he said.

Part of this increased cost results from the fact that Biden employs more White House staffers than the previous two administrations. But another factor is the bloated salaries of high-ranking bureaucrats.

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For example, former director of National Institutes of Health Francis Collins was making more than $300,000 per year – which is an unprecedented amount, Andrzejewski said.

“All the way back through [Barack] Obama, we’ve never seen White House staffer make more than $240,000. The folks you see on TV, like the national security officer, the Chief of staff, the press secretary, they make $180,000,” he explained.

Maybe Biden’s unreasonable payroll expenses are the reason he wants to expand the IRS. If he has his way, the IRS will add another 87,000 employees, some of whom must be willing to use “deadly force” to enforce the tax code, according to a posted job description.

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Among the duties listed for the “IRS Criminal Investigation Special Agent” job is the willingness and capacity to “carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.”

The special agent must also “be willing and able to participate in arrests, execution of search warrants, and other dangerous assignments.”

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