Yes, I’m calling it a scandal not a conspiracy, or a might have happened, but a scandal.
The latest news about this scandal revolves around missing e-mails from Lois Lerner. Now, for several years members of Congress have been asking for these e-mails, hoping they shed some light on what happened. Some believe these e-mails could be the smoking gun which proves that the IRS did in fact target conservative groups.
Logically speaking, if there is nothing there, the easiest way to brush this scandal aside is to produce the e-mails. In other words, prove without a doubt there is nothing there. By doing this the administration, and liberals and democrats, can be transparent, and make conservatives and Republicans look foolish.
Instead, we get this lame excuse that the computer crashed and the e-mails were lost.
Not only that, but the same thing happened to six other people.
Oh, yeah, it happened about two years ago.
The IRS knew about it at least three months ago.
Two years ago, when the e-mails were subpoenaed Lois Lerner knew they were gone, but said nothing. Then the IRS found out, either a couple of months ago, or years ago, and said nothing when asked. Of course there is more to this, like the fact the e-mails were supposed to be backed up with another company, whose job is to back up e-mails.
I have had computers crash, but never have I ever lost a single e-mail, either personal or work. However, it seems missing e-mails are natural for the government. Millions went missing under Bush. So, again, democrats failed to improve on obvious problems in the government.
Multiple failures here by democratic leaderships and still people appear to not care. Sadly people only seem to care when it affects them. Democrats had the opportunity to crush this early, instead they have delayed, pleaded the fifth, and now finally stated they lost several key people’s e-mails, things are no longer a coincidence.
Wondering when liberals will finally wake up, if ever, to the lying going on by their own party.