IRS FINDS ALMOST 7,000 DOCS RELATED TO TEA PARTY TARGETING NOW TWO YEARS LATER: IRS CUTS LESS FOCUS ON CONSERVATIVE GROUPS?

Posted on March 9, 2017

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FB: “Agency will not commit to a timeframe to make the documents public. The Internal Revenue Service has located 6,924 documents potentially related to the targeting of Tea Party conservatives, two years after the group Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit for them.
The watchdog group intended to find records regarding how the IRS selected individuals and organizations for audits that were requesting nonprofit tax status.
The agency will not say when it will make the documents available to the public.”

Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton, upset with the corruption, has requested Pres Trump take care of the problem.

A few days ago Burst Updates noted the IRS cuts and asked if “all of those conservative groups that were targeted during Obama, will they miss the agency shrinkage?”

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FB: Two Years Later, IRS Locates 6,924 Documents Related to Tea Party Targeting
IRS BUDGET CUTS RESULT IN FEWER AUDITS, LESS FOCUS ON CONSERVATIVE POLITICAL GROUPS

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