GAETZ: ‘Why Has Biden’s IRS Purchased More Than $700K Of Ammo?’

WASHINGTON– As the Biden administration steps up it’s war on guns, U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz on Saturday questioned the administration about a recent mass purchase of ammunition.


During an interview with Breitbart Radio Gaetz pointed out that during just a three-month span – March 1 to June 1 – the Internal Revenue Service purchased $700,000 worth of ammo.   

“The IRS should be people in cubicles with green [eye] shades and calculators,” the Florida Republican said. “They shouldn’t be people with guns and ammo.”

He added that congressional Republicans want answers.

“There is concern that this is part of a broader effort to have any entity in the federal government buy up ammo to reduce the amount of ammunition that is in supply, while at the same time, making it harder to produce ammo,” Gaetz said.

“You cannot fully exercise the complement of your Second Amendment rights if you are unable to acquire ammunition in your own country because your government has reduced the production of that ammunition, and then on the other hand, tried to soak up the supply,” he added.

When asked about red flag laws, Gaetz said he opposed them on the grounds that not only do such laws restrict Second Amendment rights, but also directly oppose the Constitution’s due-process protections and the judicial system’s “adversarial” set-up.

“It is as wrong as wrong can be,” said Gaetz.

One thought on “GAETZ: ‘Why Has Biden’s IRS Purchased More Than $700K Of Ammo?’

  1. Plain ol’ regular people want to know too. obama did this same thing, buying up ammo and weaponizing other bureaus–what have they done with all that ammo? (Stored it for future nefarious purposes?) Or, maybe, just shooting it up on weekends with their pals.
    What biden/handlers/puppeteers have done is, “It is as wrong as wrong can be,”
    I agree totally with Representative Matt Gaetz.

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