IRS Agent Visited The Home Of ‘Twitter Files’ Journalist

  • The agent left a note instructing him to call the agency four days later; Taibbi was informed during the call that his 2018 and 2021 tax returns were rejected over identity theft concerns.
  • House Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan (R-OH) sent a letter on Monday, which was seen by the editorial board of The Wall Street Journal, to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and IRS Commissioner Daniel Werfel demanding information about the home visit.
  • Taibbi provided the House Judiciary Committee with documents proving his IRS return from 2018 had been electronically accepted; the agency and his accountants had not told him about any concerns with the filing over the past five years.
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