Skip to comments.The IRS’s war on free speech
Posted on 06/12/2014 1:56:55 PM PDT by WhiskeyX
The sitting government, angry that dissenting citizens are challenging its hold on power, decides to subject those citizens to a long string of abuses, including bureaucratic delays that limit free speech rights, targeted audits designed for intimidation, and selective leaks of private information, for the purpose of humiliation.
When those efforts fail to stem the tide of dissent, the frustrated government tries to criminalize disagreement, handing over voluminous files on individual citizens to a powerful law enforcement agency, all in the hopes that law enforcement will take action, possibly even imprisoning dissenters.
Yet this is exactly the scenario thats unfolding in the Obama administrations IRS, where partisan zealots not only targeted conservatives for all the pain the IRS can inflict, it also dumped over 1.1 million documents taxpayer documents on the FBI in the hopes that the FBI would actively work to criminalize dissent.
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Yeah - they stacked the vote.
And with just a little scratching, we’ve learned we can trace this right to the desks of specific congressmen and Senators.
Now we know the FBI colluded with the IRS.
With heavy digging, we’d probably find that more people (including the President) are involved.
They fixed the 2012 election.
And to date, NO ONE has been punished for any of it. :)
This is a criminal enterprise, they should be tried under RICO.
They should be hanged for breaching the Constitution.
It is not possible to send that much data to someone that is not prepared to receive it. This whole story is a crock. They now claim - we did not LOOK. What horse puky
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