The IRS improperly turned over thousands of confidential tax documents to the White House for review, according to information obtained from a lawsuit filed against the U.S. Treasury Department's inspector general by the legal advocacy firm Cause of Action, exposing a pipeline of communication between the two, the Daily Caller reports.
“[T]he Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) informed Cause of Action that there exist nearly 2,500 potentially responsive documents relating to investigations of improper disclosures of confidential taxpayer information by the IRS to the White House,” Cause of Action noted, according to the Daily Caller.
@COL Joseph A. Masterson,
I am talking about Congress, perhaps Gowdy, Cruz, Paul and a few others. They need to have the Congressional clearance to be involved in reviewing the documents.
Certainly not anyone in the administration or any RINO that sides with the admin.
Unfortunately, the RINO's are in the "leadership" positions and will not allow the windows to be opened and fresh air to flow! We'll see what happens come January and shortly thereafter. Right now we are hamstrung!
I agree Sheriff Joe would be great for the job...!!! he values justice over politics