When the IRS targeted my employer for a potential IRS audit in 2017, I was in the midst of working in a federal office in Texas.
It was not a good time to be in a government office.
The federal government’s top priority is keeping the American people safe, so I would not be able to do that.
I was lucky enough to get the job, and the only reason I got the job was that the IRS wanted to audit my employer.
After the audit, I realized that the agency had a new and more intrusive surveillance program targeting my employer, which they call “special interest groups.”
I was very concerned about the possibility of being targeted for that surveillance.
I told my employer that I would report any suspicious activity to the IRS, but I didn’t know what else to do. So I didn