Obama IRS Asked Tea Party Groups For Back-End Access to Their Websites

Jim Hoft
The Gateway Pundit

The Obama IRS demanded that several Tea Party groups provide back-end access to their websites.

And, from reliable sources: This happened to several Tea Party groups!

The source has this in writing. It states they wanted access to everything the members had access to, which would be chats, email, contact information, etc. The group raised less than $600. She was targeted as early as October 2010.

Central Texas 912 President, Maria Acosta joined Kristina Ribali from FreedomWorks to discuss being singled out by the Feds.

The IRS asked for back-end access to the group’s website.
And this is a tax question?

Here is the latest creepy story of IRS harassment and abuse.

The audio is at The Gateway Pundit.


Related: Sen. Rand Paul: “Somebody needs to go to jail for this”



Read the article at the link.


Also, Surprised? Outgoing IRS Head Testifies That Question Revealing IRS Scandal Last Week Was Planted 

Did Lois Lerner’s admission last week that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) targeted conservative groups come from a planted question?

During testimony today, outgoing IRS head Steven Miller seemingly admitted that the inquiry, posed by tax attorney Celia Roady, was, indeed, plotted. When asked, ”Was Ms. Roady’s question to Ms. Lerner about targeting conservative group’s planned in advance?,” the embattled former IRS leader answered affirmatively.

“I believe that, uh, we talked about that, yes,” Miller said.

National Review has more about the supposed plant…



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