Saturday, May 11, 2013

IRS Thuggery Down Through The Ages

 
 
The Internal Revenue Service is apologizing for inappropriately flagging conservative political groups for additional reviews during the 2012 election to see if they were violating their tax-exempt status.
 
 
 
Lois Lerner, who heads the IRS unit that oversees tax-exempt groups, said organizations that included the words “tea party” or “patriot” in their applications for tax-exempt status were singled out for additional reviews.

Lerner said the practice, initiated by low-level workers in Cincinnati, was wrong and she apologized while speaking at a conference in Washington.

Of cooooourse it was “low-level workers” who will never be named or held accountable.

Kudos to the Tea Party activists who first blew the whistle and to Mark Levin and the Landmark Legal Foundation, who pushed back against the Bully Brigade...Read More
 
 
Yes, it’s about damned time...Michelle Malkin, March 23, 2012

Earlier this month, I reported on President Obama’s campaign bully brigade — and I noted the IRS intimidation of Tea Party groups across the country.

The Landmark Legal Foundation is not taking it lying down.

Today, conservative talk radio giant and movement warrior Mark Levin’s group requested an immediate investigation “into possible misconduct by the Internal Revenue Service’s Exempt Organization (EO) Division that calls into question the integrity of federal tax administration and IRS programs.”

The Clinton abuse of power is legendary...as seen here...
 
 
In the same week this past June, four women who had accused President Bill Clinton of sexual crimes, including Paula Jones and Juanita Broderick (above), became a target of the IRS. So, too, did Texe Marrs.
 
Texe Marrs...July, 2000...It has been reported again and again by the conservative media that the Clinton White House, in violation of federal law, is using the IRS to punish perceived political enemies. James Tucker, Jr. of Spotlight newspaper (July 6, 2000) wrote: "It’s been fairly well established that Bill and Hillary Clinton will use any means necessary to take down their enemies, including lying, lawsuits, and even IRS audits."

Fox News, more conservative than other network news sources, reported that in a single week in late June, four different women who had alleged that Bill Clinton has sexually assaulted or raped them were targeted by the IRS for extensive tax audits. Among the four were Juanita Broderick, who was brutally raped and beaten in a hotel room by then Arkansas Attorney-General Bill Clinton, and Paula Jones, the woman to whom the future president exhibited his private parts in a hotel room in Little Rock.

The very same week, Texe Marrs was called by an IRS agent and informed that he, too, had been chosen at random (oh sure!!!) for a personal tax audit. This is in addition to the Ministry being subjected to a rigorous, tyrannical IRS audit that has lasted some three years now!




Where are the media now, as their rogue boychild, Bill Clinton, and his lesbian helpmate in crime, Hillary, wield the IRS as a sledgehammer to smash anyone who so much as dares to challenge the corrupt criminality of this debauched White House couple?

Significantly, my notice of tax audit came direct from the Maryland tax center, the one nearest Washington, D.C., even though typically, people who reside in Texas are audited either by the Austin center or Dallas District of the IRS. Obviously, I’m a special case. As a perceived "enemy" of the Clintons, I have long been on their "hit list."

The tax bodies keep piling up. By now, scores of Clinton enemies have been singled out for IRS abuse and punishment. Billy Dale, head of the White House travel office, was victimized by an IRS audit. So was Kent Brown, who criticized Hillary’s health scheme, and Bill O’Reilly, who often refers to the Clintons’ criminal behavior on his nightly program on the Fox TV news network. In fact, O’Reilly’s been audited three years in a row. Meanwhile, Antony Sutton, author of The Secret Establishment, had his bank account seized and his assets frozen unlawfully by the IRS.

In the case of Power of Prophecy Ministries, founded by Texe Marrs, the IRS auditor is objecting to a radio program in which the Clintons are described as "crooks." Also, the IRS is demanding we be punished for suggesting to listeners on the radio that agents of the federal government may clandestinely have assisted in the Oklahoma City bombing tragedy. We have been warned in writing that our opinions and commentary on such matters are unacceptable. Furthermore, the IRS informed us that because we do not limit our broadcasts to "facts" approved by the IRS as "public policy," we are to be severely punished.

This has led us to ask, "Are we living now in the U.S. equivalent of Soviet Russia or Nazi Germany?" Personally, I think that the Clinton White House and the IRS already have given us the shocking answer to this poignant question. When the feared tax police come knocking on your door because of your free speech views being expressed, well, this has all the look and mark of an entirely brand new America—a stangely foreboding America—doesn’t it?

10 Crazy Things The IRS Asked Tea Party Groups

2 comments:

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

NBC, "This not a story. nothing to see here, move on, go about your business."

Scott Way said...

Just give them "Bread and Circuses" Odie...No real news to see here.