1) IRS official holds a press conference and plants a question in the audience about IRS targeting of conservatives so that she can blame the incident on a few rogue agents in Cincinnati
2) It's later shown that it was not a few rogue agents in Cincinnati, but was traced back to the IRS officials own office
3) When called before congress to explain herself the IRS agent pleads the 5th against self incrimination
4) When asked for the emails for 7 IRS officials connected to the targeting the IRS says it will take 2 years to provide the data
5) When pressed on why it will take to years they claim the "hard drives crashed" (which any IT profession can spot as a lie immediately), and the time line was changed from "two years" to "never"
6) Under growing suspicion due to the mysterious disappearance of the emails suddenly TA DA! The Emails mysteriously materialize from the recycled hard drives
7) One email shows the IRS agent that plead the 5th asking a fellow employee is the Instant Messages can be searched by congress and sighs in relief when she is told they can't
8) Another email shows the IRS official instructing IRS staff to be careful what they discuss in email because it is subject to discovery by congress
Lefty Conclusion: Nothing to see here folks!
Somehow the lefties see an initial admission of guilt excused by a lie followed by over a year of evasion and lies don't constitute grounds for suspicion.
Last edited by jmotivator; 07-10-14 at 01:36 PM.
Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish and he stops voting for the Free Fish party.
But instead of thinking about it logically, you're imagining a giant conspiracy masterminded by a 30 year Reagan appointee to delay the application of a few groups which were applying for a status that doesn't apply to them in order to skirt campaign finance laws. Yawn.
Anyone wondering what I'm talking about start here:
The Psychology of Persuasion