Benghasi, IRS sending inquiries to 75 conservative groups in Cincinnati along with inquiries to nearly 300 other groups, the DofJ attempting to find leaks that endangered agents in the Arab world, a trifecta of crimes committed by someone who likely knew about all three, knows more, has known more for a long time, and must ultimately take responsibility (and the fall).
As House Speaker John A. Boehner stated Wednesday, "It’ll take more than firings to clear up the IRS scandal — it’ll take someone ending up serving jail time."
“My question is, who’s going to jail over this scandal?” the Ohio Republican said at a press conference with Republicans Wednesday morning.
An internal audit released Tuesday said the IRS wrongly targeted conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status — something agency officials acknowledged late last week.
The agency has said it used “inappropriate” criteria for figuring out which tax exempt groups it would give extra scrutiny to, but has denied it acted on political motives.
So, we reiterate Boehner's question. Who's going to serve jail time? Hint: We must look for answers at the very top of the administration, i.e., where the buck stops.
And the crimes seem to pile up unabated.... Today, it has been reported in the respectable Rev. Sun Moon owned Washington Times that an extremely prominent sociologist, Anne Hotchinschwartzen, who teaches at the highly prestigious Franciscan University of Steubenville, was audited by the IRS. This came shortly after she switched jobs from the world class King's Evangelical College, located somewhere in a soon to be named downtown L.A. office building. More on this as facts continue to roll in....
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