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    Complete copy of Treasury Report on IRS targeting of Tea Party and conservatives

    Complete copy of Treasury Report on IRS targeting of Tea Party and conservatives

    The full Inspector General report was released tonight.

    I’d be interested in what you find that we don’t already know.

    Treasury Report IRS Tea Party Targeting


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    Viator | May 15, 2013 at 6:39 am

    The timeline gets extended to 2009:

    “I’ve thought for some time that this is politically motivated and that’s the reason it was happening. And, as I said, I’ve been doing this for more than 20 years and I’ve never seen anything like this until 2009, 2010. And the only thing that changed was we had a different administration,” she said.”

    and tied to the Washington IRS HQ:

    “Cleta Mitchell, one of Washington’s most respected elections attorneys, told Newsmax she has tangible proof that high-ranking IRS officials in Washington were fully aware of the agency’s campaign to target conservative groups for heightened scrutiny, despite their denials.”

    TrooperJohnSmith | May 15, 2013 at 7:01 am

    I want to see the redacted portions of the timeline. Also, much of the wording feels like they are parsing words; is this due to lack of evidence or damage control?

    GrumpyOne | May 15, 2013 at 11:36 am

    The anointed one and his cabal of Chicago thugsters are up to their collective neck regarding this. The White House is beginning to take on a stale musty smell or should should I call it a stench?

    While the liberal/progressive/democrat gang wailed endlessly about a “stolen” election inn 2000 which turned out not to be true, we well know now that the election of 2012 WAS stolen with a little dose of fraud along with tons of lies and dirty tricks.

    May they all get their just reward…

    […]      Things have gotten so bad on this front, that the Speaker of the House has openly asked “Who’s Going to Jail Over This Scandal?” A copy of the Treasury report, as incomplete as it may be, can be found here. […]

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