Friday, May 10, 2013

Shocker: Obama IRS admits witch hunt against Tea Parties

As the Tea Party was rising, organizers of local Tea Party groups sought to raise tax-deductible  monies by attaining non-profit status.  

Then, a curious thing happened.  One by one local Tea Party groups began getting letters from the IRS asking curious questions such as “Provide details of your relationship with Justin Bink-Thomas” and "list your donors."  (You cannot make this stuff up.!)

Read here about some of the bizarre and intrusive questions asked by the IRS and the push-back by liberty-minded Americans to the oppression.

Well, today, the IRS admitted that someone in the Cincinnati office was engaging in a systemic witch-hunt against organizations that included the words “tea party” or “patriot” in their applications for tax-exempt status were singled out for additional reviews.

Creepy as hell, but pretty much what conservatives have come to expect when they question their government.

Michelle Malkin has it here.

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