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IRS Officials in Washington DC Helped Target Tea Party Groups

RodT Wrote: May 14, 2013 8:59 AM
What a surprise, the administration was attacking the tea party! The progressive smear campaign has been attacking any conservative group or persons that made it clear they opposed the messiah’s policies, for years now. The army of trolls have been smearing and hating anyone connected to the tea party ideology for years. It’s no revelation to me, that their messiah is behind all the smearing and lies, that is the standard for Chicago politics. Just check out how Obama came on the political scene, you’ll note an absence of any real opposition in his runs for office, the Chicago machine took them all out. Nothing new here folks, move on, this is what you voted for.
SteveL2 Wrote: May 14, 2013 10:18 AM
The Left created this climate in which IRS employees felt free to selectively target TEA Party and Constitution groups.

The Left worked hard to paint the TEA Party as dangerous, violent, racist, fascist, Nazi--even treasonous.

A Google search of
"TEA Party" racist OR fascist OR nazi

returns some 39 million hits.

When news broke last week just ahead of an IRS inspector general report detailing the specific and inappropriate targeting of conservative tea party groups, IRS officials claimed the targeting was the result of a few low-level IRS agents in Cincinnati. It turns out, that isn't true. Not only did senior IRS officials know about the targeting as early as 2011, but officials in California and more importantly, Washington D.C., helped carry it out.

Internal Revenue Service officials in Washington and at least two other offices were involved with investigating conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status, making clear...