Remember this Star Trek Parody video that the IRS made on your dime? Well…
In the wake of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) targeting scandal and months after “Star Trek” and “Gilligan’s Island” parody videos produced by the agency came to light, another taxpayer-funded video surfaced Friday.
The latest video, a dance competition parody, was produced for a 2010 IRS conference, according to the agency, and features employees of the IRS’ Small Business/Self-Employed division cracking jokes about becoming “the next great dance sensation.”
“They don’t pay me enough to do this. I’m not an executive, I just play one on TV,” one unidentified employee said in the video.
“And I thought doing the ‘Star Trek’ video was humiliating,” said another.