Let’s not forget the IRS crimes under Obama
Posted by taxguru on February 21, 2017
Now that there is a new occupant in the White House, there is a tendency not to want to dwell on the misdeeds of the previous tenants, such as the many criminal acts of the Clinton Organized Crime Family. To consider those unpunished acts as water under the bridge and not worth pursuing at this time sends a dangerous message to the public and undermines our faith in the fairness of the laws we are all supposed to obey and live under.
This also applies to the unpunished criminal acts by various IRS employees, such as Lois Lerner and Commissioner John Koskinen, who used this all too powerful government agency to harass political opponents of the bHo Regime and then blatantly committed perjury when they testified about it before Congress.
We the people, as lowly taxpayers and servants of our IRS masters, are required to reveal to them every tiny detail of our personal finances under the presumption of a level of fairness, privacy and confidentiality that we can’t reasonably expect any more, as long as we know that nobody at IRS has been punished for their crimes. We do need to keep the pressure on our rulers in DC to continue to pursue real justice, including dismissal, prosecution and prison time for the lawbreakers inside the IRS so that we can trust that all too powerful agency.
There are a lot of good, honest people working at IRS. I would hope that they would do everything they can to help clean house of the miscreants who have given them such a bad reputation. Firing the perjuring Commissioner would be a good place to start so that everyone could see that such crimes will no longer be tolerated.
Here’s a good look at this issue from the American Spectator:
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