Critics say Obama not only knew; he participated.
The Leftwing Loons are flapping their wings like mad, attempting to beat back the scandal avalanche. They are not gaining altitude. Doesn’t it seem they are admitting guilt by objecting so vehemently? As investigations mount, nothing short of independent counsels will do. And already, there are reasons to believe the President knew about the IRS abuse of power long ago, did nothing to intervene (as in Benghazi), and may very well have directed aspects of the operation, at least through surrogates. *
Dem Senators like ‘Menendez the Corrupt’ blow smoke to cover Obama’s tail, saying the IRS was correct targeting conservative groups because those groups illegally participated in politics. A number of ‘MS Lie if You Please’ vipers drooled similar venom, joining Obama’s IRS in attacking conservative groups.
There’s only one problem, boys.
Since most of these groups did not get IRS permission to operate, how can you accuse them of operating illegally?
Rounding out the smoke and mirrors crowd, Julian Bond of the NAACP and Bette Midler support IRS thuggery, saying it was justified since Tea Party groups are racist. So in America, a mere accusation is sufficient to unleash federal power to persecute citizens?
And by the way, if and when you ever come up with proof the Tea Party is racist, let us know. Meanwhile, by all means, keep playing the race card. It is now so laughable that every time you play it, we see a Joker.
Recently, Obama deployed The Pfeiffer to huff and puff on all the Sunday shows, just like Susan Rice many moons ago. He actually accused Republicans of doctoring documents to hurt his Boss. He did not produce the doctored documents. Perhaps they are in some IRS file in the ObamaCare central databank, aka Obama’s enemies list.
The Pfeiffer acted terribly offended when Fox’s Chris Wallace asked legitimate questions about Benghazi. Imagine the insult of a reporter asking legitimate questions about a red hot controversy and scandal. When Pfeiffer’s friends at NBC and ABC asked about the IRS, he casually claimed law breaking irrelevant, not as important as the appearance of White House corruption. What?
In this light, we must add incoherence to charges of corruption and incompetence.
Hopefully, voters will see through all the octopus ink and the shuck and jive amplified daily by Obama’s apologists.
This is not a matter of the Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United. It’s a matter of Obot Radicals waging war against opponents.
It is not a matter of poor laws and loose regulations leaving the IRS unsure about how to proceed. It’s about IRS higher ups deciding to intentionally harass and abuse anyone seeking exempt status from the conservative side.
This is not about trying to efficiently process a flood of tax exempt status filings by the Tea Party. It’s about using the power of the IRS to stomp political opposition.
This is not about supposed illegality by groups trying to get legal permission to operate. It’s about the government preventing legitimate groups from exercising their Constitutional rights, raw tyranny if truth be told.
This is not simply a series of hundreds of innocent mistakes targeting conservatives while liberal groups were fast-tracked. It’s a glaring abuse of power used in a partisan way to forward an agenda specifically designed to crush conservatives and promote leftist groups.
*And now we see reliable sources calling out Obama, accusing him of direct involvement:
For those who still trust this President, ask yourself: why is he consumed with covering up rather than doing his job?
Ultimately, this is about all the president’s men (and women) doing his bidding, using federal power to silence dissent, to discriminate against opponents, and to violate the God-given rights of American citizens. What’s next: supplying IRS agents with drones?
Obama took an oath to protect and defend the Constitution. He must have had his fingers crossed behind his back at the inauguration.
Allan Erickson enjoyed an 11-year career in radio, television and print journalism as a reporter, talk show host, and operations manager. He then turned to sales and marketing for a decade. Twelve years ago he started a training and recruitment company. Allan & wife Jodi have four children and live in California. He is the author of the book “The Cross & the Constitution in the Age of Incoherence,” Tate Publishing, 2012. He is available to speak in churches addressing the topics of faith and freedom. To contact him, email: firstname.lastname@example.org