IRS Tea Party Targeting

IRS Tea Party Targeting

Lois Lerner Wants to Block Public Access to IRS Targeting Trial

Former IRS employees Lois Lerner, head of the Tax-Exempt Division and Holly Paz, head of the Office of Rulings and Agreements for years and without mercy targeted Tea Party organizations are playing the victim card now that their trial is coming up, i.e., “the threat to their lives outweighs ...
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House GOP will Call on President Trump to Fire IRS Chief

Forced to go over the do nothing heads of Congressional leaders, Republican representatives are signing on to a letter in which they will call on President Donald Trump to terminate Internal Revenue Service, Commissioner John Kirskosenin. Rep. Mark Walker (R-NC), Chairman of the Republican Study Committee presently circulating a ...
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Washington IRS Officials Knew About Targeting of “Tea Party”

Judicial Watch Reveal Top Washington IRS Officials Knew About Targeting of “Tea Party” Groups Two Years Before Disclosing it to Congress and Public FBI interview with IRS senior official reveals: “he thought the cases were being pulled based upon political affiliations” (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch today released 294 ...
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IRS cut ties with Sonasoft almost immediately after Lois Lerner scandal broke.

  Redstate I’m sorry* to revisit this topic, but this Sonasoft thing is starting to blow up: “The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) cancelled its longtime relationship with an email-storage contractor just weeks after ex-IRS official Lois Lerner’s computer crashed and shortly before other IRS officials’ computers allegedly crashed.” Basically, ...
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Gowdy Statements on Lerner Contempt and Special Counsel

    On Wednesday, the House voted 231 to 187 to hold Lois Lerner, former Internal Revenue Service official, in contempt of Congress for “declining to answer lawmakers’ questions, a move that carries political significance and could set a legal precedent.” While the vote was mostly along party lines, ...
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