Did multiple federal agencies target True the Vote, an organization that has successfully identified numerous examples of voter fraud?


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Did multiple federal agencies target True the Vote, an organization that has successfully identified numerous examples of voter fraud?

True the Vote spokesman Logan Churchwell sent Watchdog.org a timeline of the encounters, which include two unscheduled audits by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, six visits or phone calls by the Federal Bureau of Investigation looking for domestic terrorists, five rounds of questioning by the IRS over True the Vote’s application and one round over King Street Patriot’s application, both of which were filed in July 2010, and neither of which has been approved yet.

That’s not to mention the IRS audit (they actually got money back) or the audit by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and another by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.

The only non-federal agency mentioned above is the last.

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