Up until recently, a poll of America’s least favorite government agencies would almost surely have ended with one clear winner:
The Internal Revenue Service. (The FBI may be creeping up on that list after their recent shenanigans, but that’s a story for another day).
And why would’t the IRS be atop the list of grievances? After all, they are the organization responsible for enforcing the tax code, which is without a doubt one of the nation’s least favorite topics to discuss. Remember, this is the nation that chose battling the most formidable army the world had ever seen over paying an extra tax on tea…hating the government sponsored theft known as taxation is simply in our DNA.
This overwhelmingly distinct and visceral opinion of taxes has helped our nation to remain vigilant of government schemes and scams, however, and James O’Keefe of Project Veritas has been leading the way in that regard as of late.
His most recent video series, in which O’Keefe purports to unmask the Deep State, has landed a few public servants in hot water already. This fellow from the IRS seems to be falling directly into the pattern as well.
The disturbing claims within this video all but seal the fate of the democratic argument against the existence of a “Deep State”. The left has been using this false stance in order to create doubt in the President’s state of mental affairs, purporting that belief in such an organized resistance is a sign of delusion.
And, it appears that Project Veritas is just getting started…
This is the fourth release in a series Project Veritas began publishing in September 2018 unmasking corrupt actors in the federal government. Project Veritas will publish more undercover video of federal employees shedding light on the Deep State resistance.
Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe added:
“As our deep state investigation continues to unfold, four government agencies have responded resulting in the removal of two federal employees from their job duties. Stay tuned to see which Government Agency we unmask next.“
Godspeed, James O’Keefe. Keep on keeping on.