The IRS admitted it targeted conservatives. It even apologized.
Each day more details of IRS corruption and collusion come out.
Yet, President Obama says there’s “not even a smidgen of corruption.” His Administration appointed a top Obama political donor to investigate the scandal. The IRS has delayed and stonewalled congressional investigations.
One thing is clear. The Obama Administration continues to deceive Americans about the politically-motivated, well-orchestrated scheme to unlawfully target conservative groups.
It is time to appoint Special Counsel – an independent investigator – that can cut through the Administration's deflection and delays. Stand with us and demand justice.
To: Attorney General Holder
It’s time to get to the truth. It’s time to appoint Special Counsel – an independent investigator – to probe IRS abuse.
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