Yesterday we asked this question of our Hotline readers: do you favor funding more IRS agents or more aid to Israel?
It seems one of the few people in America who prioritizes the IRS expansion is the President of the United States.
In the June debt bill deal, Biden agreed to expand the IRS by $60 billion instead of $80 billion in the Inflation Acceleration Act. But now he says that if there are any cuts in his plan to supersize the IRS, he will veto Israel aid funding.
This is a president who really has his priorities straight.
Astonishingly, the best estimates are that 75% of Jewish voters chose Biden in the 2020 election.
If Biden wants to veto his own aid package to protect the most abusive agency of government, the IRS, let him!