Biden Administration Weaponizing IRS and Rogue ATF: Another Waco or Ruby Ridge Imminent?

Video Highlights

  • The ATF has a history of militarization and unnecessary raids, leading to tragic outcomes like Waco and Ruby Ridge.
  • Recent examples include the raid on Russell Fincher's home, a high school teacher and minister, who invited the ATF in but was treated like a dangerous criminal.
  • The IRS has also been weaponized, joining forces with the ATF to conduct raids on gun shops.
  • The seizure of gun shop paperwork by the IRS raises questions about their need for such information.
  • The ATF seems to conduct raids to justify their equipment and training expenses, rather than for necessary law enforcement purposes.
  • Raids can go wrong and innocent lives can be lost, as seen in cases like Breonna Taylor and Amadou Diallo.
  • The cultural impact of incidents like Ruby Ridge and Waco erode trust in federal law enforcement.
  • It is only a matter of time before another tragedy occurs, and the need for regulation and accountability becomes urgent.

Video Summary

The Biden Administration's weaponization of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the rogue actions of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) have raised concerns within the Second Amendment Community. The ATF, which has never been popular among gun owners, has evolved from a revenue collection agency to one of the most militarized law enforcement agencies in the nation.


Incidents like the Waco siege and the Ruby Ridge standoff have left a lasting impact on the American psyche. These tragic events, which resulted in the deaths of innocent civilians and federal agents, were the result of unnecessary and excessive force used by the ATF. The ATF appears to have forgotten the lessons learned from these incidents, as they continue to pick fights and use excessive force against law-abiding Americans.


Recent examples of ATF raids demonstrate the agency's disregard for the lives and rights of individuals. Russell Fincher, a 52-year-old high school history teacher, kitchen table gun dealer, and Baptist minister, had his home raided by ATF agents wearing tactical gear and armed with AR-15s. It is important to note that Fincher had invited the ATF to his home when they called him prior to the raid. Despite his cooperation, the ATF treated his home like a high-level threat, causing unnecessary fear and distress for Fincher and his family.


The ATF is not the only federal agency that has become increasingly aggressive in recent times. The Biden-Harris Administration has also weaponized the IRS, turning it into another well-armed paramilitary force. The ATF and IRS have even teamed up to conduct joint raids. In one instance, a joint ATF-IRS tactical team raided Highwood Creek Outfitters in Great Falls, Montana. While ATF agents were prohibited from seizing the gun shop's 4473 forms, the IRS agents took them. This seizure prompted concerns from Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen, who questioned the need for the IRS to have access to such information.


The use of excessive force and unnecessary raids by the ATF, coupled with the IRS's newfound paramilitary role, raises serious questions about the direction federal law enforcement is heading. These raids, which often rely on surprise, speed, and violence of action, are not always necessary or justified. They have the potential to result in the loss of innocent lives, as seen in cases like Breonna Taylor and Amadou Diallo. The ATF and the IRS must be held accountable for their actions and the potential harm they may cause.


Incidents like Waco and Ruby Ridge have had a profound cultural impact, eroding the faith and trust that American citizens have in federal law enforcement. These incidents serve as reminders of the dangers of unchecked power and the need for regulations and oversight. It is only a matter of time before another tragedy occurs, and the need for reform becomes urgent. The Second Amendment Community and concerned citizens must come together to demand transparency, accountability, and a reevaluation of the tactics and practices employed by the ATF and the IRS.


In conclusion, the weaponization of the IRS and the rogue actions of the ATF pose a significant threat to the rights and lives of law-abiding Americans. The history of unnecessary raids and excessive force, exemplified by incidents like Waco and Ruby Ridge, should serve as a warning sign. It is crucial for concerned citizens to voice their opinions, demand accountability, and work towards meaningful reform to prevent another Waco or Ruby Ridge from happening again.