@Al Franken Has no qualms pressuring #IRS to carry out their political will then feigning outrage

Over the past few days, the unconscionable actions of officials at the Internal Revenue Service have been made public. It turns out that the IRS targeted right-leaning and Tea Party groups. The IRS also denied and delayed their applications and went out of their way to audit them. These actions are wholly contrary to the intent of the founders, the spirit of America, and the law. However, there has long been indication that this was happening, and there are undeniable ties to Senate Democrats and the Obama administration.

In recent years, the IRS swiftly approved the tax-exempt status of left-leaning organizations, including one of President Obama’s, while taking significantly longer to approve the applications from right-leaning organizations. In one particularly frightening case, the IRS aggressively targeted the Leadership Institute and demanded information about LI’s interns.

The once cocaine snorting baffoon Al Franken with the toilet paper “government” degree from Harvard has no problem feigning outrage

Reality Check revisit – The No Spin Zone:

O’Reilly: Check one: In a sad day for America, Al Franken is now a U.S. senator. The Minnesota Supreme Court ruled he won the election by about 300 votes. Franken is a blatantly dishonest individual, a far-left zealot who is not qualified to hold any office, a man who trafficked in hate on his failed Air America radio program. If you want proof, check out Page 96 in my book Culture Warrior. With people like Franken on the Hill, this country is in deep trouble.

http://www.policymic.com/articles/42673/irs-scandal-democrats-who-encouraged-irs-to-target-conservatives-now-feign-outrage

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