On July 11th to be exact the IRS attorneys better have their story all figured out because they will have a day in court. The following is from a post by Mark Tapscott with the Washington Examiner. “They will have to explain to U.S. District Court Judge Reggie Walton why the IRS shouldn’t be required to let an outside expert evaluate whether emails on the computer hard drives of former IRS official Lois Lerner and six colleagues really are lost forever, as the agency recently told Congress. “Responding to a motion filed Monday by True the Vote, a Houston based conservative nonprofit at the center of IRS targeting during the 2010 and 2012 campaigns, Walton issued an order Tuesday to hear arguments next week.
Greta Van Susteren of On The Record with Fox News said that she didn’t think that the IRS was smart enough to pull something off of crashing all these hard drives at the same time. You have to be kidding be right! It’s not about being smart, it’s about being devious. The Gestapo agency of the United States called the IRS, do you think they are not going to come up with some scheme to save their rear ends. Yes, they did go out to get rid of the evidence and as ruthless as they are they figured there were two choices: lay it all out in the open for everyone to see because after all it’s all out on emails or destroy the evidence, in other words the hard drives and it’s just their word against the House Committee. This is the same scenario when John Wayne told then President Nixon in regard to the Watergate tapes because they were friends “Mr. President you should have taken the tapes and burn them in the front lawn of the White House.”
The difference with President Nixon burning the tapes, that would have been it. No more evidence. Sometimes we joke and think maybe the worst thing they would have gotten Nixon for would have been destruction of government property. In this case of the missing emails as I have written before, those emails are not gone. You and I who deal with computers do not have to be computer geeks to know that these emails are sitting on servers. I just can’t even believe this is up for discussion.
“But True the Vote wants a digital forensics expert from outside the IRS to assess the evidence.” “Even if the ill-timed hard drive ‘crash’ was truly an accident, and even if the IRS genuinely believes that the emails are ‘unrecoverable,’ the circumstances of the spoliation at issue cry out for a second opinion,” True the Vote’s attorneys told Walton in the motion filed late Monday.”
If the IRS has nothing to hide what’s wrong with True The Vote wanting a second opinion? Are We The People just to take the word of this Gestapo IRS who have made life miserable through the years for millions of Americans. I pray to the Lord that He gives Judge Walton the wisdom to allow this outside investigation so the missing emails will show up or prove without a doubt that they were purposely destroyed which is a crime of immense severity and in which case they can be traced to other recipients. I am counting on the wisdom of Judge Reggie Walton to come through for We The People.