With one of the most corrupt administrations in decades, there would not even be a smidgen of surprise if the IRS scandal went right up to the White House. In now appears that there are 2500 smidgens of an IRS link to White House. Not only would this fit my opinion of the White House, but it would explain the massive effort to hide and conceal the 30,000 emails that were so conveniently “lost.”
Are you wondering why I am so liberally using the word smidgen? Well, back in February 2014, in a pre-superbowl interview with Bill O’Reilly Obama told us there was “not even a smidgen” of corruption in regards to a IRS link to White House. Watch Obama blame conservatives and Fox News for making this a story. This is a disgusting example of the moral relativism of this White House. If indeed these 2500 emails are corrupt, the position Obama is taking isn’t that what he did was wrong. But the narcissist in chief rather places the guilt for his corruption on conservatives and Fox News. That would sure explain a lot about an IRS White House link if they found one.
By the way, there are a lot of other great questions to be asking surrounding this. Why are we making the IRS part of the health care “team?!” Shouldn’t they focus on taxes? and not be involved in politics of any sort? I don’t want to give my most personal financial information to any group that could have any other possible reason to want it.
Do we really believe that Lois Lerner’s computer failed in the first place? Maybe. That does happen. But its the rest of the stuff that blows my mind. Here are some thoughts I brought up in an earlier post: How do we tie all of this together?
- That the timing of the lost emails was such that Lois Lerner conveniently couldn’t testify about them?
- That the emails weren’t backed up automatically? – (By the way, I have two independent backups running my sites every day, and I’m no IRS)
- That such a politically motivated person would make it to Lois Lerner’s position
- That the IRS couldn’t find these emails for so long?
or… wait for it…
- That the announcement that the emails were in fact found came the day the president was making his pitch for amnesty, after the election, and when there are several big political stories, essentially burying it in the news.
The truth is, most people aren’t buying it. The best newspaper in the world, Investors Business Daily, reported the following:
— pete602 (@petefrt) November 25, 2014
Clearly, the nation is not as stupid as John Gruber thinks. So, what about those 2500 smidgens of documents that suggest a IRS link to White House? I haven’t seen them personally, but Forbes magazine is a well respected publication, here’s what they are reporting: For the full article go here.
The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration has confirmed that, on top of the backed-up email horde, there are also nearly 2,500 documents relating to investigations of the improper disclosure of confidential taxpayer information by the IRS to the White House. Yes, the White House. – Robert W. Wood @ Forbes
Not that you needed any more reason to think there was a smidgen of evidence, but CNSNews is reporting the following: Read the whole article here.
IRS employees were ordered by their superiors–including Lois Lerner who pleaded the 5th Amendment against self-incrimination rather than testify in Congress–to send certain Tea Party tax-exemption applications to the office of the IRS’s Chief Counsel, which was headed by William Wilkins, who at that time was the only Obama political appointee at the IRS –Ryan Kierman and Michael W. Chapman @ CNSNews
I would love to hear what William Wilkins has to say about this. Do you think he was told to help identify and target conservative groups? Hmmm Twitter is already exploding talking about it and an IRS Link to White House.
Behind the IRS scandal pic.twitter.com/uDJQtDP3bp
— Michael Sternberg (@jdlmike) November 30, 2014
What do you have to say about it? Let us know below.