By R. Cort Kirkwood
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If Alex Jones comes up a few dimes short on his taxes, he might just go down in a hail of gunfire, if the latest job ad from the Internal Revenue Service is to be believed.

The tax-collection agency is boosting its corps of special agents, and one requirement for the job is this: The agents must be ready to shoot to kill.

The latest from the Biden administration is in a job ad the tax bureau posted online. After disappearing briefly, apparently because it caused an uproar, the IRS boldly republished it.

In other words, the IRS means business. It’s cocked, locked, and ready to rock, and now you’re gonna pay.

“Deadly Force”

Trouble for the agency began when Ford Fischer posted the two key details in the ad: “50 hours per week, which may include irregular hours, and be on-call 24/7, including holidays and weekends,” and “Carry a firearm and be willing to use deadly force, if necessary.”

Fischer helpfully added that the agency purchased $696,000 in ammunition between March and June.

“To be fair, applying for the job doesn’t exclusively mean participating in operations within the bounds of the United States,” Fischer continued:

“IRS:CI HAS SPECIAL AGENT attachés strategically stationed in 11 foreign countries.”

Those agents might track down cyber criminals too, but in any event, the newly reposted job ad explains what special agents do:

As a Special Agent you will combine your accounting skills with law enforcement skills to investigate financial crimes. Special Agents are duly sworn law enforcement officers who are trained to “follow the money.” No matter what the source, all income earned, both legal and illegal, has the potential of becoming involved in crimes which fall within the investigative jurisdiction of the IRS Criminal Investigation. Because of the expertise required to conduct these complex financial investigations, IRS Special Agents are considered the premier financial investigators for the Federal government.

The ad warns that agents must also “be willing and able to participate in arrests, execution of search warrants, and other dangerous assignments” when investigating such enemies of the public weal as Tucker Carlson and the Trump family.

The agency apparently pulled the ad, but then reposted it after Fox Business asked about it.

87,000 New Agents

The “deadly force” ad surfaced as the agency is about to get an $80 billion budget boost and 87,000 new employees, whom Biden and his gang claim will not audit anyone earning under $400,000. Or so Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen told the IRS in a letter obtained by CNN.

“Specifically, I direct that any additional resources — including any new personnel or auditors that are hired — shall not be used to increase the share of small business or households below the $400,000 threshold that are audited relative to historical levels,” Yellen wrote.

Then again, Yellen continued, “small business or households earning $400,000 per year or less will not see an increase in the chances that they are audited.”

Whether the new enforcement agents, or the new special investigators, will audit and be prepared to use deadly force against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her husband, drunk driver Paul Pelosi, or any other Democrat bazillionaire, we are not given to know.

Last month, Pelosi was accused of shady stock deals.

“Paul Pelosi has been killing it in the stock market in recent years, according to disclosure forms, for reasons that could well go beyond some innate ability to sense swings in the markets. His latest home run: Snapping up between $1 million and $5 million in shares of computer chip darling Nvidia (via exercising call options) on June 17, according to disclosure documents,” Charles Gasparino reported in the New York Post:

His timing, once again, was impeccable: He executed the trades as Congress moves closer to passing tens of billions of dollars in corporate-welfare subsidies for US semiconductor production. That’s good news for Nvidia and shareholders like Paul Pelosi. Since his bet, shares have risen nearly 10%. By my math, he could have pocketed a quick $500,000.

Tax cheat Hunter Biden probably needn’t worry about an audit, either.