That monument of responsibility and ethics known as the IRS is buying it’s own surveillance equipment. You know, like cameras that can be hidden inside a plant.Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)
News that the IRS is looking to buy surveillance equipment comes at a particularly challenging period for the agency.
In recent weeks, the IRS has been thrust into the public spotlight after Republicans complained that the government agency was motivated by politics, targeting right-wing Tea Party groups that are critical of the Democratic Party and US President Barack Obama.
At the same time, the government agency is coming under fire for wasteful spending.
Last week, a report by the Inspector General detailed nearly $50 million in wasteful spending by the agency on conferences, including IRS employees receiving room upgrades at luxurious Las Vegas hotels, spending $135,350 for speakers, and another $50,000 on a parody video based on the ‘Star Trek’ television show.
Meanwhile, the government agency appears to have broken the very rules it sets down for taxpayers, that is, being able to prove all of its expenses.