Paul L. Caron

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

The IRS Scandal, Day 719

IRS Logo 2Examiner, IRS Attacks Conservative Groups But Silent on Clinton Foundation:

In the midst of the news media coverage of the Hillary Clinton emails, her private Internet server, her thumbing her nose at government regulations and allegations that her and her husband's "charity" was involved in shady deals, no one except for public-interest groups is asking about an IRS investigation. There are several allegations that the Clinton Foundation is nothing more than a sophisticated and elaborate political slush fund, according to news stories on Monday.

More than one group that was targeted by the IRS for daring to be conservative believes that if there ever was an organization that should be investigated and audited by the IRS it's the Clinton Foundation. The Clintons possess a talent for making incriminating documents disappear and Americans are warned to not hold their breath waiting for the IRS or the Justice Department investigate the Clintons and their arguably corrupt foundation.

However, the Clintons' home state of Arkansas has a young attorney general who does possesses the authority to launch a criminal investigation because the foundation claims the state of Arkansas as its headquarters. Attorney General Leslie Rutledge will likely be trashed by the Clinton machine

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We're eleven days away from the two-year anniversary of the exposure of the Obama IRS scandal. Thank you Professor Caron for keeping watch--doing the job America's Establishment Media won't do.

Posted by: Micha Elyi | Apr 28, 2015 10:15:45 AM

The IRS can't go after Democrats or MSNBC host because that would violate their policy of giving preferential treatment to their party while persecuting non-party dissidents.

Posted by: wodun | Apr 28, 2015 9:56:25 AM

The IRS should do this. Along with full-fledged investigations of Jeb's SuperPac that is openly flaunting the non-coordination lol provisions of Citizens United and Mr. Mitten's supersized Cayman Islands IRA. And I'm sure we could add a few more to this list.

Posted by: Publius Novus | Apr 28, 2015 8:12:53 AM