The same IRS that targeted conservative groups for punitive audits will be demanding your private health insurance records in January
by Mike Adams
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
By now, everyone is aware that the IRS has been caught red-handed conducting politically-motivated audits of conservative non-profit groups. Non-profits that taught the Constitution or even mildly criticized the federal government were targeted for special scrutiny, and the IRS demanded they turn over names of all their donors and volunteers.
“The IRS came under fire on Friday when its Office of Inspector General released a draft of an investigative timeline showing that the agency had played political favorites with nonprofit groups seeking tax-exempt status,” reports the Daily Mail.
“In 2010, according to that investigation, the Cincinnati-based IRS office responsible for vetting tax-exempt applications began targeting groups with ‘Tea Party or similar’ words in their names — including words like ‘patriots’ and ’9/12′ — for tighter scrutiny.”
The Obama administration, in other words, has been using the IRS as a political weapon to silence dissent and threaten political enemies.