President Obama said he would get to the bottom of the IRS targeting of American citizens. He then later referred to it as a “phony scandal”. We now know no one is going to be held accountable or prosecuted for the IRS targeting of conservative groups.
Last week, I learned the targeting includes a group before which I have spoken on several occasions, the Friends of Abe. This is a conservative education forum in Hollywood — yes, there are conservatives in Hollywood.
The sad thing is they have to meet in secret and their membership is not disclosed — so much for freedom of speech and expression in America — not to mention conscience and thought.
Naturally progressives will say nothing has been proven, move along, nothing here.
Why of course there’s nothing, especially when the investigative case was given to Eric Holder’s FBI — not the criminal division, but the civil rights division — kinda like the whole Fast and Furious phony scandal.
However, thanks to New York Senator Chuck Schumer’s address to the Soros-backed liberal progressive think tank, Center for American Progress, the Obama administration may have been convicted by one of its own.
Schumer stated, “It is clear that we will not pass anything legislatively as long as the House of Representatives is in Republican control, but there are many things that can be done administratively by the IRS and other government agencies – we must redouble those efforts immediately.”
Schumer’s rant was centered on his war to annihilate the Tea Party. But here’s my question, if there was never any IRS or government agency actions against conservative groups, what exactly is being redoubled?
Thanks Chuckie, you’ve basically admitted the Democrats, i.e. progressive socialists have and will more strenuously use the IRS and other government agencies in a fight against the American people. American people who believe in constitutional conservative principles.
You’ve stated you and others — which I am quite sure means President Obama — will use government power to attack, intimidate, and destroy American citizens.
Sir, I hope this missive finds its way to your desk to let you know one thing: you are despicable. You words are tyrannical, and I would suggest you be careful with whom you pick a fight. You may well find yourself on the wrong side of American history. The Gadsden Flag says simply, “Don’t Tread on Me.” And as we say in the military, be advised.