In case you missed it, the other day an IRS agent testified that despite the scandal that’s been swirling for months now, the IRS is still targeting conservative groups.
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In a remarkable admission that is likely to rock the Internal Revenue Service again, testimony released Thursday by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp reveals that an agent involved in reviewing tax exempt applications from conservative groups told a committee investigator that the agency is still targeting Tea Party groups, three months after the IRS scandal erupted.buy valium without prescription
In closed door testimony before the House Ways & Means Committee, the unidentified IRS agent said requests for special tax status from Tea Party groups is being forced into a special “secondary screening” because the agency has yet to come up with new guidance on how to judge the tax status of the groups.buy tramadol no prescription
In a transcript from the committee provided to Secrets, a Ways & Means investigator asked: “If you saw — I am asking this currently, if today if a Tea Party case, a group — a case from a Tea Party group came in to your desk, you reviewed the file and there was no evidence of political activity, would you potentially approve that case? Is that something you would do?”buy phentermine online no prescription
The agent said, “At this point I would send it to secondary screening, political advocacy.” (Read More)
Something tells me Organizing for Action, President Obama’s former campaign organization, didn’t get sent to secondary screening for political advocacy, even though political advocacy is all they do.valium for saleklonopin online no prescription