The IRS continues to go after conservative organizations. The IRS knows that it will be protected by the Obama administration. With “lost” emails, cover-ups, and collusion with Eric Holder’s Department of Justice and with no criminal action coming from Congress, the IRS feels emboldened to continue its lawless actions against its political enemies.
Consider the latest revelation:
Not surprisingly, the mainstream media have ignored the IRS scandal about missing emails that would have brought down a Republican presidency.
The Republicans have talked a lot, but they haven’t taken much in the way of action. When I learned that Breitbart News Network, LLC had been notified that they were going to be audited, I was incensed. Where was the GOP? Before I could smash something, I learned that Sen. Ted Cruz had taken action in the form of a letter to IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.
Don’t expect to get any answers. Here’s the standard response released in a statement:
“Federal privacy laws prohibit the IRS from commenting on specific taxpayer situations. The IRS stresses that audits are based on the information related to tax returns and the underlying tax law — nothing else. Audits are handled by career, non-partisan civil servants, and the IRS has safeguards in place to protect the exam process.”
The views expressed in this opinion article are solely those of their author and are not necessarily either shared or endorsed by EagleRising.com