Kevin McCarthy Says First Thing GOP House Will Do Is Repeal 87,000 New IRS Agents (VIDEO)

Kevin McCarthy, the presumed new Speaker of the House, is saying that one of the first things the Republican controlled House will do is repeal the addition of 87,000 new IRS agents.

Conservatives have been a little skeptical about McCarthy as Speaker, but he is working hard to change people’s minds.

Hopefully, he is serious about this.

Breitbart News reports:

McCarthy: ‘The Very First Day, the First Thing We’re Going to Do Is Repeal the 87,000 IRS Agents’

Friday, during an appearance on FNC’s “Jesse Watters Primetime,” House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy teased Congress’ immediate upcoming actions to start 2023.

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First up, according to the California Republican, after electing the Speaker of the House was to repeal the 87,000 IRS agents provision passed by Congress earlier this year.

“Great question – the first thing we have to do is elect our Speaker. We can’t do anything until we elect that Speaker,” he said. “And if you watch, the White House is actually pushing back on our investigations, saying we’re not going to give you anything till you get this solved. So, we need to be able to move forward with that.”

“Then, on the very first day, the first thing we’re going to do is repeal the 87,000 IRS agents,” McCarthy continued.

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Watch the video below:

It seems like he is raring to go.

Conservatives should at least give him a chance.

He seems committed to making real changes for the better.

 

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