IRS Agents Carry AR-15s, but the Obama Administration, Hillary, and Half of Congress Doesn’t Want You to Have One

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Did you know? It’s apparently official that there are now more armed bureaucrats in federal agencies in this country than there are armed U.S. Marines? That’s not being cheeky, that’s actually how it is in modern America, the Police State.

On top of that, according to Washington Free Beacon:

The IRS spent nearly $11 million on guns, ammunition, and military-style equipment for its 2,316 special agents. The tax collecting agency has billed taxpayers for pump-action and semi-automatic shotguns, semi-automatic Smith & Wesson M&P15s, and Heckler & Koch H&K 416 rifles, which can be loaded with 30-round magazines.

That’s right. The IRS has armed “special agents” walking around with all kinds of guns, including the dreaded AR-15 in this country. And that’s just the IRS. There are over 40 government agencies that are currently armed to the teeth.

And yet, Joe Biden just came out to say that the Obama Administration wants these guns, which he refers to as “assault-style weapons,” banned from civilian ownership. Hillary wants the assault weapons ban brought back, and House Dems just got done having a sit-in over gun control laws which they vow to continue pushing for when they come back in July.

Let it sink in for a sec…

Open the Books found there are now over 200,000 non-military federal officers with arrest and firearm authority, surpassing the 182,100 personnel who are actively serving in the U.S. Marines Corps.

There are more armed bureaucrats than armed Marines and the armed U.S. government is calling to take away the people’s ability to keep and buy certain arms.

That’s right. So IRS agents can walk around armed with AR-15s, but not law-abiding American citizens? So the Department of Education and the EPA can have camouflaged agents storming people’s homes and businesses with guns while it becomes harder and harder for innocent Americans to exercise their Second Amendment rights or possibly have them stripped away without any due process at all?

Isn’t this why the Founding Fathers put the Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights in the first place? And made sure to add the phrase “shall not be infringed”? To avoid this very thing that is happening right now from happening? A highly centralized, militarized, and tyrannical federal government lauding over a helpless, disarmed populace?

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  • Mike

    and you can bet the ones the IRS has are select fire ready. Which for those of you who don’t know what select fire is, they can go from semi auto (pull trigger each time you want to fire) to full auto (pull and hold trigger until ammo runs out or you want to stop firing) or burst mode (pull trigger once and three rounds fire) while us civilians only have semi auto unless we have paid thousands of dollars to submit an application that got approved(no refund if it does not) then paid an outrageous amount for a full auto capable rifle plus thousands in taxes that have to get paid again every single year.

    • Herman Nelson

      Start thinking outside the box and learn some new skills. I’d suggest lost foam casting and basic milling machine operations. The internet is your teacher and instruction guide.

      • Right to the Point

        There is a company that is selling the molds and Kevlar reinforced epoxide for lowers. It was in Firearms News about a month ago…..

      • Mike

        Yes, but you must keep those that are home made hidden until needed.

        • You’re allowed to manufacture your own firearms you’re just not allowed to sell it unless you put a serial number on it.

          • Or transport it across state lines, which places it clearly inside interstate transport restrictions.

          • Mike

            yes, but get caught with one and then the trouble begins. They will claim up one side and down the other that you could have been making them to sell and then do those nice searches that tell them what your ancestors had for lunch 100 years ago. It is just less of a hassle to keep them hidden and stay off of their radar even though you are doing nothing wrong.

        • Is there some kind of magic that allows federales to identify home-modified ones on sight? They are all legal to open carry here, regardless of select fire capability.

          • Mike

            no, but if you are using a home made gun of decent quality and you get searched for what ever reason and there is no serial on the gun, you can end up in jail when you have done nothing wrong and then you have to deal with the mountain of red tape, and the searches that dig so deep they know what your ancestors had for lunch 100 years ago of your home, work, and what ever else they can think of just in case you were making them to sell to someone. And that will be the excuse they would use. It is just safer and less of a hassle to keep them hidden.

          • It is much safer and less hassle to live in a place where ones’ inalienable rights are respected and protected by those who are supposed to do that. I can walk down the streets where I live with whatever firearm I want, open or concealed. The only limitation is that it be legally owned, and I don’t remember anyone ever having been checked because they were carrying, here.

          • Mike

            True, but not everyone has that option.

          • I don’t know why they wouldn’t, unless they can’t read a map:-)

          • Dan Morgan

            The only “magic” is proper opsec.

        • Herman Nelson

          Of course. I suspect there will be a lot of surprises when they come a’ knockin.

      • It is interesting to note that the initial regulation of machine guns and marijuana were identical. It is still a felony to possess either without the appropriate permit.

        • Herman Nelson

          Yep. About the time FDR was in office. Gotta love those democrats, they’re almost as funny as used car salesmen.

          • Since the left-right political spectrum is socialistic across its entire length, from the communists on the left to the fascists on the right, all who subscribe to placement thereon are as funny as a burr in one’s saddle.

          • Herman Nelson

            If it makes you feel any better, you could separate them as Americans on one end and traitors on the other. No more worries of a party line.

          • It doesn’t change anything to substitute nationalities and criminalities for political positions on a one-dimensional demarcation when a two-dimensional political spectrum is the answer. http://www.theadvocates.org/quiz/quiz.php

  • citizens own semi-auto weapons
    gummet goons own ‘assault’ weapons….
    media and 51% gruber-murkans clueless to the difference….
    and do not care snowflakes just wannah ‘feel safe’..

  • Herman Nelson

    Fixable. Simply use “Unintended Consequences” as your play book. If everybody jumped onto this book, problems such as this would disappear.

    • Great meme!

    • Helluva3ngineer

      Read it. Failed to pick up a Solothurn in the 60s, as I was not yet born. What to do?

    • Why would one use a fictional novel as a play book for the real world?

      • Herman Nelson

        It’s on par with reading Gulliver’s Travels or Alice in Wonderland. Fictional stories with real world meanings.

        • All stories have real world meanings or they wouldn’t be stories. Unintended Consequences is a polemic, not a story.

          • bosunj

            It’s a historical novel with strong libertarian thread and an excellent suggestion of how to solve serious problems. Only those who disagree with its premise would suggest it’s a polemic. Or are you simply trolling again?

          • Which historical occurrences is it based on? I read it right after it came out, in the late 70’s, and it was not the least bit historical, unless you believe that it isn’t fiction, after all. The Turner Diaries, which the federales thought it was a replication of, weren’t any more historical, either. Have you ever read Atlas Shrugged? It is a much broader libertarian based novel, but Ayn Rand got angry at anyone who said she was one, because she was the mother of objectivism, which many libertarians think they are, but aren’t always.

          • bosunj

            You’re lying. It was first published in 1996.

            As you’re such a defender of the tribes:

            “What Harriet Beecher Stowe did in 1853 [showing the horrors of slavery in Uncle Tom’s Cabin] John Ross has done for today’s struggle for individual freedom…Read it!”
            –Aaron Zelman, Executive Director, Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership.

            No go troll elsewhere.

          • It was first published by Accurate Press in 1996.

    • bosunj

      Especially the last 250 pages of it.

      Henry Bowman for President.

  • Frank

    Taking guns away from The People is taking POWER away from The People. Dems want nothing more than to subdue and subjugate more of the populace and make them dependent on the government (in their book, a Democrat-controlled government). The Dems, and any other politician that pursues this end-state, are delusional. The US Gov is near complete failure. The only thing that keeps it going is ignorant momentum, the ignorance of a majority of the population about how they continue to be betrayed and the momentum of the programs already in place. The People need to dissent, and revolt, against these self-serving corrupt individuals. The power entrusted to them has corrupted them and they no longer merit our trust and confidence to put the interests of The People, and the nation, before their own.

  • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

    Because IRS Agents Carry AR-15s, the Obama Administration, Hillary, and Half of Congress Doesn’t Want You to Have One

    FIFY

  • We already don’t own any assault weapons, these freaks keep playing games with words.

    • You know more about that than anyone else here.

      • You seem confused and ignorant of what trolling is so let me assist… You’re trolling right now, does that clear things up for you?

  • Where does an IRS agent conceal his/her AR-15 when carrying it? They don’t wear long coats like they do in Lethal Weapon.

  • Mark Rothschild

    The US Navy have Submarines with Nukes…and YOU don’t…WAAAH!!!

  • Mark Rothschild

    Cheney made MILLIONS with Iraqi,”Lie War”…you didn’t

  • Mark Rothschild

    US Air Force have ICBM’s…YOU don’t

  • bosunj

    Not only IRS but the Library of Congress too.

    200000 non military federal employees carry weapons.

  • bosunj

    Goes for ANY government agent.

  • Shadow_58

    What does a pencil and paper pusher need with a weapon or weapons “Period?” Are they afraid people will rush the IRS?

  • joebabe

    Armed IRS agents,DHS, TSA,BLM,, ATF, ALL ARMED and funded as well as the military? Sounds like a National Civilian Security Force to me. ……….but grandpa or grand ma with their .380 pistol or . 38 snub nose may need confiscation or be on a no-fly watch list…..you just have to be extra careful! with seniors!