'This woman's job was helping to enforce election laws.'

Lerner Associate: “I Don’t Understand How Anyone But Straight White Men Can Vote Republican”

Guy Benson

…April Sands, an employee at the Federal Elections Commission (FEC), who struck a deal with the agency’s Inspector General to avoid criminal charges related to running afoul of the Hatch Act on numerous occasions. She has openly confessed to breaching federal law as part of her effective plea bargain, but investigators were unable to probe a potential goldmine of incriminating activity: Her email. Why? You guessed it; her hard drive crashed, supposedly wiping out her email records, and resulting in the FEC recycling (i.e., destroying) the hard drive. Sounds familiar. Did I mention that Ms. Sands worked under Lois Lerner when Lerner served as the agency’s Associate General Counsel for Enforcement? Lots of coincidences and similarities, no? Here’s the House Oversight Committee’s summary of a letter Issa and company fired off to the FEC…

…This woman’s job was helping to enforce election laws. Here’s a sense of how this “public servant” passed her time at the office, doing a job whose salary was funded by taxpayers:





Read the complete article at Townhall.com



RelatedNo Joke: Another Government Official Under Investigation By House Claims Her Hard Drive “Crashed”…

…Issa noted that while Sands admitted to violating the law, the FEC just recently told Congress that it could not recover her hard drive, which made it impossible to seek criminal charges against her.

“Recent information obtained by the committee suggests that the FEC OIG could not pursue criminal prosecution for the misconduct because the attorney’s hard drive had been recycled by the FEC,” Issa’s letter said…



H/T Weasel Zippers


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