Thank you, Nebraska! This state is the first to reject the Biden proposal that snoops on you if you buy anything $600 and over.

Nebraska State Treasurer John Murante spoke out against the Biden plan to have the IRS snoop on anyone who makes a bank transaction of $600 or more:

“If the Biden administration sues me, we will take it all the way to the Supreme Court.”

Murante released a statement saying, “This could lead to a tremendous invasion of privacy the likes of which our country has never seen. Millions of law-abiding Americans would suddenly have their bank accounts opened to federal investigators for no more reason than buying a refrigerator. This is simply unconscionable. To make matters worse, under this proposal, saving for college could put an American family on the IRS’s radar.”

Biden’s proposal is backed by $79 billion in additional funding, allowing the IRS to snoop into the transactions in a bank account over $600.

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Murante said he believes other states will follow Nebraska and refuse to comply with the outrageous proposal.

Just days ago, Senator Cynthia Lummis ripped into Biden’s Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen for her support of the proposal: “Banks do not work for the IRS. This is invasive of privacy. Wyoming’s people literally will find alternatives to traditional banks just to thwart IRS access to their personal information, not because they’re trying to hide anything, but because they are not willing to share everything.” She begins speaking about this in the video below at the one-minute mark:

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She’s fantastic!

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