This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
The Internal Revenue Service has dispatched one of its enforcers to pay a call on one of the "Twitter Files" journalists, Matt Taibbi.
Twitter owner Elon Musk has selected a handful of reporters to be given access to internal company files and they've all been writing about how the government influenced the social media company to censor certain ideas the Biden administration opposes.
Taibbi has been writing about those issues on his Substack page.
Now Off the Press reports that the IRS was at his door while he was testifying before the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government recently.
The agent arrived unannounced at Taibbi's New Jersey home.
The report explained, "Taibbi has been personally involved with revealing the 'Twitter Files,' or installments of behind-the-scenes documents new Twitter CEO Elon Musk provided to show how the social media platform previously censored content and users, among other things."
"What an amazing coincidence," Michael Shellenberger, who was also involved with Musk and Twitter and also testified that same day, said on social media.
Musk wondered, "That's very odd."