Going after 'the little guy': Arizonans oppose billions in IRS funding as Sinema says she will support bill
Fox News Digital spoke to a number of residents on the streets of Arizona to get their take on the billions in IRS funding contained within the bill.
They expressed displeasure that the federal government would commit such a large amount to "go after the little guy."
"They're going to be out there trying to find all the people that have not filed their taxes.
Usually the little guy, they're the one's getting their hands slapped for their taxes."
KYRSTEN SINEMA SAYS SHE WILL SUPPORT MANCHIN-SCHUMER SPENDING BILL: HERE IS WHAT ARIZONANS HAD TO SAYResident Gary Kuznia agreed, arguing the IRS would use the money to "go after" less wealthy people rather than the rich.
"No, they're just going to go after the little guy.
Or else they would have done it already because they're not paying their fair share of taxes right now," he said.
They're going to hunt the little guy, people who make less money, and make them pay.
How are they going to pay for this bill?"
Resident Richard Carrillo said he supported the bill, but appeared hesitant about the IRS funding going to boost additional auditing.
"I don't know about the audits, but if it's going to support and help people then I say yes," he said.
SENATE AIDES HINT AT MANCHIN DISTRESS OVER SPENDING BILL BACKLASH, DESIRE TO AVOID ‘BUILD BACK BETTER’ MENTION"No, no, no, not at all.