We know that the IRS is a union shop, (D) to its rotten little core.
See, lying is part of the union-shop (D) protocols.
The Internal Revenue Service denied the existence of any documents
related to its policy of targeting Tea Party organizations in response
to a 2010 Freedom of Information Act request, even though such documents
were later discovered by the IRS inspector general.
The 1851 Center for Constitutional Law, a conservative nonprofit group, filed a FOIA request
in 2010 through investigative journalist Lynn K. Walsh seeking all IRS
documents related to the agencies tax-exempt division specifically
mentioning the Tea Party.
IRS headquarters responded in 2011 that it “found no documents specifically responsive to your request.”
...However, the May 14 inspector general report
found that the “first Sensitive Case Report [identifying Tea Party
groups] was prepared by the Technical Unit” in April of 2010.
Lying to the IRS is an offense which may well earn prison time.
Them lying to us?
Nothing to see here, move along.
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