The IRS ‘Smidgen’

Posted by on Jun 16, 2014 at 7:00 am

The dog ate my homework.

Those aren’t the exact words the IRS used to tell Congress it’s lost two years’ worth of Lois Lerner’s e-mails. But that’s the gist of the message.

Congress has been seeking Lerner’s e-mails as part of its investigation into why conservative organizations were singled out by the IRS for special tax scrutiny. Lerner was head of the tax-exempt division at the time, but has refused to testify about what happened under her watch.

Although the IRS can provide her internal e-mails, it says all Lerner’s e-mails to and from people outside the IRS from January 2009 to April 2011 have been wiped out because of a computer crash.

Problem is, that’s during the heart of the targeting, and the e-mails are critical to determining whether Lerner acted alone or with others.

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One Response to “The IRS ‘Smidgen’”

  1. Tech the Supporter on 16/16/14 at 11:58 am

    IT pros have proven this story is bravo sierra. Servers don’t crash very often and bad sectors on a disk can easily be recovered. The incompetent keystone cops defense works very well when you have captain SCOAMF at the helm and mongoloid Marxist media maggots to run interference.