Sunday, February 08, 2015

Gee, you'd think the IRS had something to hide...

 Lawyers for the Internal Revenue Service attempted to stall a criminal investigation by waiting nearly a month before giving an agency employee permission to meet with investigators, despite the employee’s willingness to testify, emails showed.

The documents also contained copies of the waivers the IRS employee had to sign before discussing any evidence with investigators.
Other forms indicated the IRS employee provided information about the agency’s alleged misconduct in exchange for the assurance that the evidence could not be used against him or her in court.
But we can trust the IRS.  Sure.

Bloomberg claimed that 95 percent of murders fall into a specific category: male, minority and between the ages of 15 and 25. Cities need to get guns out of this group’s hands and keep them alive, he said.
Interesting; now he's actually blaming a group other than 'Everyone who owns guns'. 

“Notwithstanding assurances given by German government leaders and by Hull that the Nazi excesses against the Jewish race had ceased in Germany, Jewish leaders went ahead with plans for mass protest meetings,” another wire story read. “All requests that these meetings be canceled fell on deaf ears.”

A week before the story, the first official Nazi concentration camp of Dachau had opened.

The media coverage should sound familiar. It’s how Iran’s nuclear buildup is being covered. It’s how Muslim violence against Jews is covered. It’s discussed reluctantly and immediately dismissed. Jews are written off as pests who refuse to listen when Kerry, like Hull, tells them there’s nothing to worry about.

That is how the Holocaust really happened

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

John Kerry is Jewish the real family name is Cohen I believe.