Last week we noted that MyPillow has been “crippled” by American Express, according to CEO Mike Lindell.
On Saturday, Lindell said that his company is now facing five IRS audits related to employees who worked remotely during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“It started in California. Now there’s three other states that are coming at MyPillow. And Steve, it’s disgusting,” Lindell told Bannon on the “War Room” podcast.
“They just keep attacking. Now they’re going after our employees. They made it very personal,” he added.
Continue reading “IRS Hits MyPillow With Five Audits: Mike Lindell – ZeroHedge 10/4/23”
When IRS supervisory special agent Greg Shapley and agent Joe Ziegler, testified this week, most honest observers were impressed by how they stuck to the details and the facts of their investigation. Even in friendly questioning, they refused to make judgments about motivations or conclusions. They were two of the most credible witnesses that I have seen on the hill. They were also the prototypical whistleblowers, civil servants who tried to raise concerns over special treatment and political interference internally and only came to Congress after all such efforts failed. They were then both allegedly retaliated against by the Biden Administration. Yet, in its coverage, NBC referred to the men as “so called whistleblowers.” That was not the disparaging description given other such witnesses, including figures in the Trump impeachment. They were just “whistleblowers” or “respected public servants.”
Continue reading “NBC Calls the Two Respected IRS Veterans “So Called Whistleblowers” – Jonathan Turley 7/21/23”
Several bombshells dropped by two IRS whistleblowers on Thursday reveal, among other things, that Joe Biden’s DOJ buried evidence of Hunter Biden’s tax crimes – and stopped US Attorney David Weiss from bringing charges against Hunter in two different jurisdictions last year.
According to Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO), Weiss sought to be appointed as a special counsel in the case last year but was denied as well.
What’s more, the IRS sought felony charges against Hunter, send their recommendations to the Biden DOJ, and they ‘came out as two misdemeanors,’ Byron York tweets.
Continue reading “IRS Whistleblowers Release New Bombshell Evidence Against Bidens, DOJ And AG Garland – ZeroHedge 6/23/23”
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) examined independent journalist Matt Taibbi’s 2018 tax returns on December 24, 2022, which was a Saturday and Christmas Eve. It was soon after Taibbi published the first batch of Twitter Files, internal Twitter documents exposing how federal government agencies pressured Twitter to censor content.
Continue reading “IRS Opened Investigation Into Journalist Matt Taibbi On Christas Eve, Following Government Censorship Reporting – Christina Maas 5/25/23”
It’s as if various US government agencies have never heard of the expression, “when in a hole, stop digging:” not only are some of the most powerful ones, like the FBI, accused of involvement in online censorship, but now the IRS is suspected of trying to intimidate a journalist presenting those revelations.
“A very strange house call” is how the Wall Street Journal described the fact an agent of the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) went to the home of Matt Taibi, a journalist who has been going through internal Twitter documents to produce the scandalous Twitter Files, which show how the private social media company and the government cooperated (aka, colluded) to carry out censorship.
Continue reading “Witness Intimidation? IRS Descends on Journalist Matt Taibbi After he Testified on FBI-Backed Twitter Censorship – Reclaim The Net 3/28/23”