Tag Archive: The IRS
It’s no longer a matter of personal opinion whether Democrats have been tyrannically abusing state power to go after their political opponents. It’s a matter of court record. The only debate left is whether Democrat voters are okay with the abuses of power when it’s their side doing it. And the answer seems to be yes.
It’s blatantly criminal. And no one has been punished. And Koskinen says it’s time to “move past the scandal”.
Why does the IRS have so many? There are now more non-Defense federal officials with firearms than there are marines.
It’s like the beginning of a bureaucratic Berlin Wall. The IRS now has the power to prevent you from traveling internationally, and in some cases, even domestically, as well.
And this is considered a violation of international human rights standards.
At this point, is there any law the Obama administration feels compelled to follow?
So after they arrested Kim Davis for refusing to follow the law in her capacity as a government official, who are they going to arrest for this?
Lois Lerner and Kevin Kennedy were two peas in a pod, and both seemed overwhelmingly concerned with using their position to punish political opponents.
The Wisconsin John Doe targeting was about as bad as the IRS tea party targeting. The GAO coordinated with leftist groups (and local journalists, illegally) to basically wage open lawfare against conservatives, to the point of raiding homes and subpoenaing everyone they could – all without judges’ okays and while keeping their own numbers off the books. And then they used the active court cases they had filed to suppress the speech of anyone concerned with the matter.
Remember, in 2009 Obama “joked” about auditing his enemies, and his entire administration has been all about that.
Tea party targeting. Why isn’t anyone in prison yet?