Shock News!!!!! IRS Didn’t Follow The Law!!!!!


This is a huge shocker ……

National Archives boss: IRS ‘did not follow the law’ on lost Lerner emails

The top U.S. official in charge of archiving federal records testified Tuesday that the IRS ran afoul of the law by neglecting to tell his office that a trove of emails from the woman at the center of the targeting scandal disappeared after an apparent hard drive crash. 

Archivist of the U.S. David Ferriero, speaking before the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, made clear that federal agencies are supposed to report whenever their records are destroyed or even accidentally deleted. But he said that after emails from embattled IRS official Lois Lerner vanished after a computer failure in 2011, nobody told the National Archives. 

“They did not follow the law,” Ferriero said. 

The testimony comes as lawmakers dig for answers as to how Lerner’s emails disappeared and why they only found out about it earlier this month. ……

Apparently, this is one of the many laws Mr. Gowdy was alluding to when the IRS commish said he found no evidence of people breaking the laws. 

Now, it is possible, considering leftards mental handicap, they didn’t know not keeping records and not reporting the records was lost was a violation of the law. 

Repeat after me, “ignorance of the law is no excuse”. 

Our IRS confiscates people’s money and property and send people to jail on a near daily basis because of their ignorance, or alleged ignorance, of the law.

But, we all know this is bs.  Every government worker knows data needs to be retained.  Every IT person worth a crap knows data needs to be retained.  This is why we know their lie about their email backup policies is a lie. 

They told us they wrote over the tapes every 6 months.  Did Sonasoft write over their tapes every 6 months?  No, they didn’t.  An email storage company did not write over their tapes every 6 months.  That’s bullshit. 

But, sadly, we have people in this nation who would put their party over the people of this nation and run to defend in indefensible.  They are, in my estimation, treasonous bastards.  It is the people of this land which makes this nation.  I can, and do, disagree with many people of this land.  However, I do consider them all citizens and rightfully protected by our laws and Constitution.  If the protections don’t apply to them, then, I can’t expect them to apply to me.  I won’t willingly give up their protections because I simply disagree with them.  But, they would willingly give mine up?  They are treasonous to this nation. 

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37 Responses to Shock News!!!!! IRS Didn’t Follow The Law!!!!!

  1. tom0mason says:

    I believe it’s time for Lois Lerner to have an IRS audit.

  2. philjourdan says:

    So how is that smidge of corruption Hauptman Obama?

  3. kim2ooo says:

    “Other countries know how to do this,” Obama said. “If France can figure this out, we can figure it out.”

  4. leftinflagstaff says:

    ‘However, I do consider them all citizens…’

    I’m sure most would beg to disagree. If their actions aren’t a denouncing of their citizenship, not sure what is.

  5. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    I think she wenta-da-fif for a bit more than losing her emails somehow.

    If the GOP can ever get clear air she is going to go down. Far far down. No one likes the IRS, so she’ll have very few supporters when the roadblock is gone.

    The roadblock just might go down too. That would be historic. However because he is already historic I don’t think the GOP will go that way. However he should buy a nice winter home in Bagdad just in case he can no longer use the summer pad in NC.

  6. DirkH says:

    Anyone who starts a company in France is insane.
    Now, we all know that it’s virtually impossible to fire a worker in a socialist regime. So far so good.

    But, France tops that: You have to get permission by officials to HIRE someone! Imagine I wanted to work in France at a certain company and the socialist mayor decides he’ll have to talk to me first, and I told him my opinion about socialism – I likely wouldn’t be permitted to start the job!

    It gets better: Imagine somebody is stupid enough to make his PhD; maybe hoping it’ll improve his value on the job market. Now the companies are FORCED to pay you more – so they won’t even invite you to a job interview for any job that doesn’t require this skill level! So you won’t get entry level programming work anywhere! You dis-overqualified yourself!

    France is in many ways madness on stilts.

    • Jim Masterson says:

      I know the math, but I’m a lousy teacher. Just ask my wife.


    • cdquarles says:

      Math is not easy to teach. Most of my teachers were lousy at it. For me, drill, drill, drill work best for learning math.

      I think that math is full of irony. Most of the concepts are not that difficult once you get over the mental hurdles. Case in point. Back when I was at the University there was an elderly professor commonly known as Snuffy. I can’t remember his real given name. Prof. Smith or Snuffy :). Anyway, he was the terror of the Chemistry department. He taught Physical Chemistry. This was the key class if you were a chemistry major. His class literally was make or break. That’s how he got his nickname of Snuffy, for that class snuffed out many a promising career, it was said. The upperclassmen told us youngun’s about how tough his exams were (they were so indeed, for he had essay questions in addition to the routine word problems and multiple choice questions). Anyway, long story short, an A in his class was rare. No one, reputedly, passed his class with a perfect score. That went double if you tried to take the class in the summer terms, where 16 weeks of stuff was crammed into 5. His was the only class that I didn’t get at least a B in taking chemistry, which I did get for the second half of physical chemistry (different professor). Still the man could teach PChem and classical thermo. Oh yeah, there was one Chem E in the class that did get a perfect A and several As. I wasn’t one of them; but yeah I had a heavy load that term. P Chem and Comparative Anatomy in the same semester plus the 3rd year advanced French class. [My career didn’t get snuffed, but my graduating with honors did. In the end, that didn’t matter much, for the man means more than the paper credential. Thanks Snuffy!]

      • cdquarles says:

        *and several As were earned that year.

        • philjourdan says:

          I guess 2 is several as well. 😉

          The 2 A in the classes (one was in mine) was a pointy headed guy (very similar to Sheldon) and a very nice girl (pretty too) in another class. Ann something.

      • kim2ooo says:

        I took an Old English Class… actually I was challenging the class for my General Ed Units I’ll need for college.

        Dr Daly is tough… who’da thunk them thar ancient peeps had so many hidden messages in the stuff they wrote. 🙂

        One of the best educators I’ve had, so far.

      • philjourdan says:

        Interesting story of a Chem Prof. Maybe it is the discipline? I had a similar experience, but in HS. “THE” chemistry teacher was Mr. Abbott ( I remember because of the Abbott list). A’s were as rare as hens teeth! I transferred in mid year from a different school system/state that was far more relaxed (and where I found I could get an easy A). My first quiz in his class I failed! He was that tough. But he also took me aside and told me that it would come to me, just keep with it. He was right.

        At the end of the term, there was a grand total of 2 A’s in his 3 classes (it was 2 hours as you had an hour lab as well, so he could only teach 3 per semester). A’s were 94-100. I got the highest B of the 3 classes (and so made his list – there were only a dozen Bs). He did not grade on a curve!

        But I learned chemistry! And because he did take the time to say something positive to me after that first quiz, he will always be one of my best teachers.

        • cdquarles says:

          Maybe so. Chemistry (and chemical engineering) are hands-on disciplines. Still, sometimes I think back and I recall the political rot worming its way into the textbooks, even back then (the EPA was 3 years old when I started at the University). See it, do it, teach it was practiced back then. I don’t know if that’s true today. (Best summer job I ever had was the year I was an undergraduate chemistry lab teaching assistant. The next best summer job I ever had was our NSF funded ‘alternative energy’ pyrolysis oil study. I learned a lot about chromatography, thin layer, paper, and gas that summer. That’s my only published paper. Too bad I lost my copy during a move.

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