Less than 24 hours after the House held Lois Lerner in contempt, the IRS has finally agreed to turn over all her emails to House investigators.

Less than 24 hours after the House held Lois Lerner in contempt, the IRS has finally agreed to turn over all her emails to House investigators.

Republican lawmakers have been demanding the documents for months and, in March, Oversight Committee chairman Darrell Issa threatened to hold IRS commissioner John Koskinen in contempt if he did not produce the e-mails requested by the committee. Koskinen had told lawmakers it might take years to produce them. [emphasis mine]

Years, eh? That’s suddenly changed, hasn’t it?

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3 comments

  • Cotour

    I guess they forgot or were not aware that emails are a result of computer activity. Although I suppose that if the same people who brought the Obamacare program to life were in charge of retrieving the emails it may well have taken years to comply.

  • Mardler

    Probably does not include mail from her external email accounts, though

    • Cotour

      Good point, that seems a rampant condition in the administration, illegally used personal email accounts. Maybe that’s why the IRS became willing to now participate. if they really want to dig this thing out they must include such accounts. You have to get a pit bull dressed as a smiling lamb to get the job done here. Remember, Ms. Leherner is a woman, spawn of the Marxist devil, but a woman all the same. So much for equality between the sexes.

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