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Intrusive Questions the IRS Asked

By Jay Sekulow1368564878000

Lois Lerner is the director of the exempt organizations division at the IRS. Friday, she dropped a bombshell when she told reporters, that “absolutely inappropriate” actions were undertaken by “front-line people” located in Cincinnati who went rogue and searched out groups with “Tea Party” and “Patriot” in their tax exemption applications and then put those groups through a special, intrusive process.

Now we have learned that Lerner knew about the targeting as early as 2011.

But Congress and the America public didn’t know until just before the weekend.

We also learned more from a draft of the Inspector General’s report that was released in the media over the weekend. The draft provides a comprehensive timeline for the IRS scandal. . . .

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