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Democrats’ reconciliation bill has some concerning details hidden in it, including a plan to give the government access to monitor our banking activity. One America’s Camryn Kinsey has more from Washington.

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( September 18th, 2021 @ 9:36 pm )
 
Congress needs to be considering how to provide some oversight over the IRS, not giving the IRS even more power to mistreat people. The IRS already has too much power over people and regularly abuses that power. Unfortunately, I know first hand.

What the Democrats, and whoever pulls the Biden strings, are trying to slip by is a clear violation of the Fourth Amendment. People need to rally around what's left of the Bill of Rights before these totalitarians take away all traces of freedom. I don't want to leave this world knowing my grandchildren will be living as serfs.
( September 17th, 2021 @ 5:52 am )
 
Biden and his authoritarian regime want to massively invade our privacy using police state tactics. Biden and his KGB mentality need to be tossed out of office.



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