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H.R. 23: Congress Repeals $80 Billion in Funding to IRS

On January 25th, 2023, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 23 rescinding $80 billion from the IRS previously granted, defunding the employment of 87,000 new IRS agents, hired to better surveil American citizens who produce transactions over $600[1]. H.R. 23 dismantles the enactment of fiscal surveillance, attacking the authoritative state which has emerged within the American government. With the rise of globalism, many Congressional legislators have adjusted their allegiance to fiscal objectives, and purvey ideologies created through socialist dictatorships.

Now that the Republicans hold the majority, and position as Speaker of the House, the tables have turned on those whose goals involve self-betterment over the people who elected them into office. If the opening of the 118th Congress revealed anything, it was that excruciatingly long legislation is often nefarious in its context, as the length discourages the reading of its entirety. In addition, paperweight brick legislation is often passed in haste, or behind the distraction of Holidays, Events, and Catastrophes.

Two Pages

Unlike the $1.7 trillion 4,155 page appropriations bill, H.R. 23 is only two pages long. H.R. 23 distinctly tackles the issues at hand without the dreaded earmarks to which the public is expected to finance, over their own needs. The entire bill reads “To rescind certain balances made available to the Internal Revenue Service.” It’s bills like this that allow the public to regain trust in government institutions. With the systemic deception seen during the coronavirus pandemonium, the United States government must work in overtime to win back civil majoritarian influence, trust, and credibility. Now, Americans can breathe a sigh of relief as they hold potential for the redemption of our own fiscal sovereignty apart from government intervention.

On January 9th, 2023 Representative Kevin McCarthy tweeted “House Republicans just voted unanimously to repeal the Democrats’ army of 87,000 IRS agents. This was our very first act of the new Congress, because government should work for you, not against you. Promises made. Promises kept.[2]Representative Lauren Boebert shortly took to Twitter to express her excitement for the candidate which she initially refused to elect, after getting fifteen chances to change her mind[3]. Her resistance, along with the other dissenting Representatives, contributed to McCarthy’s personal revaluation of his platform, resulting in policies that better represent the direct and current needs of Americans.

The Democrats, however, were quick to create their own narrative: the IRS funding did not exist at all. In fact, they claimed all eighty-seven thousand agents were fabricated by Republicans [and those who oppose government narrative to manipulate the people. In addition, further false information would later target the public, stating that this move was to ensure politicians could evade the IRS and continue to engage in tax fraud. If the liberals had their way, they would coerce the American people into submission by increasing the power of the government’s regulatory affairs and forfeiting our right to financial privacy. This way, more money can be siphoned from the working class and into more government programs. While these programs are designed to improve society by giving back to those in need, the U.S. federal government historically takes the majority of the funding attained to fuel its own interests. In contrast, Christian organizations such as World Vision give ninety percent of their funding to charity. The bottom line is, Public deception is a direct insult to the American people, and we deserve far more control over our personal lives than what was offered in H.R. 2617 the 2023 appropriations bill.

Specifically, Representative Gerry Connolly took to Twitter, spreading misinformation stating “Just a reminder that there is no army of 87,000 new IRS agents. Republicans made it up to scare you, drank their own Kool-Aid, and now they’re passing a whole bill based on their lie.[4] This is a further example of the manipulative language used by Democrats to deceive taxpayers into funding their anti-human operations. Rather than encouraging the public to contribute to economic growth, Democratic politicians seek to implement totalitarian policies to further control voter interests.

While the Democrats would like us to believe that more government intervention and financial surveillance are necessary for our protection. After all, the people aren’t the criminals, so would this technology be used against them? Publicly funded government operations must function in the people’s favor, or be denied implementation. Not only do the government and the far-left Democrats want our tax dollars, but they want to invade our personal decisions, influence and enforce a single narrative, and promote a limited narrow range of socially acceptable thought. This form of synthetic conditioning is not conducive to our individual God-given sovereignty, nor our civil rights granted through the U.S. Constitution and its Amendments.

GOP Speakership

In Congress’s next order of business, McCarthy will seek to bring back jobs to America that have been outsourced to China, under the control of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). McCarthy vowed to the public that this was only the beginning. To maximize the power back to the people, McCarthy stated he will “stand up to the Chinese Communist Party” promising to “End any dependence on China,” “Stand up to communist genocide,” and “Protect our national security and sovereignty.”

On January 10th, 2023, Cheryl L. Johnson, Clerk of the House of Representatives, publicly prepared new Rules for the House of Representatives[5]. In this report, the Congressionally lethargic vote-by-proxy is removed, reading that “[a] vote by a member of a committee or subcommittee with respect to any measure or matter may not be cast by proxy.” This action could reshape the House of Representatives, forcing politicians to physically have to go to work in order to receive their paycheck.

To assist to interests of the public the 118th Congress drafted further pro-human rights national legislation, set to be voted on. These include H.Con.Res 1, H.R. 139, H.R. 159, H.R. 21, H.R. 22, H.R. 26, H.Con.Res. 3, H.R. 382, H.Con.Res. 7, and H.Con.Res. 9, among others.

Notable Legislation of the 118th Congress:

  • H.Con.Res 1 – “Regarding consent to assemble outside the seat of government[6].”
  • H.R. 139 – “SHOW UP Act of 2023[7].
  • H.R. 159 – “Chance to Compete Act of 2023[8].
  • H.R. 21 – “Strategic Production Response Act[9].
  • H.R. 22 – “Protecting America’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve from China Act[10].
  • H.R. 26 – “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act[11].
  • H.Con.Res. 3 – “Expressing the sense of Congress condemning the recent attacks on pro-life facilities, groups, and churches[12].”
  • H.R. 382 – “Pandemic is Over Act[13].
  • H.Con.Res. 7 – “Condemning the Iranian regime’s human rights abuses against the brave women and men of Iran peacefully demonstrating in more than 133 cities[14].”
  • H. Con Res. 9 – “Denouncing the horrors of socialism[15].”


Though policies like H.R. 23 and other House-originated legislation drafted during the 118th Congress represent a revolutionary change in national governance, the next stage is to pass through the Democratically dominant Senate. Although this is unlikely to occur, the numerous briefly written bills represent a monumental first step for shifting public policy to be crafted in the interest of the people. Currently, American citizens rely on the mainstream media and policy analysts to act as liaisons between thousands of pages of legislation and the core political issue being covered. This leads to public manipulation and often misinformation surrounding the passing of earmark-drenched legislation. If this is any indication of what to expect over the next two years, Representative Kevin McCarthy’s Speakership may conserve our U.S. Constitution and the original intent of this nation.

So far, it seems McCarthy has succeeded in putting money back into the pockets of the American working class, and there’s more on the way. The next move is to revoke the billions of dollars from Ukraine, focusing the funds on meeting the needs of our nation and the citizens who run it. Although the 118th Congress opened in gridlock, while the Representatives we know and love stalled the passing of legislation, their efforts have proven successful. Forcing politicians to draft policies to win the interests of the people is the definition of “Democracy.” The purpose of United States representatives is to hold loyalty to their voters and the demand of their Districts. No matter who is elected to office, this is America, and we will prevail as a nation and overcome impossible odds, as we have since our original founding.

Source: CNN

[1] https://www.congress.gov/bill/118th-congress/house-bill/23/text

[2] https://twitter.com/speakermccarthy/status/1612640200081002496?s=61&t=MkvBYE-LxyCEUln_Pwp-PQ

[3] https://twitter.com/RepBoebert/status/1612624168230752256?s=20

[4] https://twitter.com/gerryconnolly/status/1612618154840047619?s=61&t=MkvBYE-LxyCEUln_Pwp-PQ

[5] https://ethics.house.gov/sites/ethics.house.gov/files/documents/118-House-Rules-Clerk.pdf

[6] https://www.congress.gov/118/bills/hconres3/BILLS-118hconres3rfs.pdf

[7] https://www.congress.gov/118/bills/hr139/BILLS-118hr139rfs.pdf

[8] https://www.congress.gov/118/bills/hr159/BILLS-118hr159rfs.pdf

[9] https://www.congress.gov/118/bills/hr21/BILLS-118hr21rfs.pdf

[10] https://www.congress.gov/118/bills/hr22/BILLS-118hr22pcs.pdf

[11] https://www.congress.gov/118/bills/hr26/BILLS-118hr26pcs.pdf

[12] https://www.congress.gov/118/bills/hconres3/BILLS-118hconres3rfs.pdf

[13] https://www.congress.gov/118/bills/hr382/BILLS-118hr382rfs.pdf

[14] https://www.congress.gov/118/bills/hconres7/BILLS-118hconres7rfs.pdf

[15] https://www.congress.gov/118/bills/hconres9/BILLS-118hconres9rfs.pdf

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