The IRS cancelled its emailing archive service only weeks after Lois Lerner’s computer crashed.

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Cover-up: The IRS cancelled its emailing archive service only weeks after Lois Lerner’s computer crashed.

Lois Lerner’s computer allegedly crashed in June 2011, just ten days after House Ways and Means Committee chairman Rep. Dave Camp first wrote a letter asking if the IRS was engaging in targeting of nonprofit groups. Two months later, Sonasoft’s contract ended and the IRS gave its email-archiving contractor the boot.

IRS official and frequent White House visitor Nikole Flax allegedly suffered her own computer crash in December 2011, three months after the IRS ended its relationship with Sonasoft.

The timing is too perfect for anything but a cover-up. They were blatantly working for Obama’s campaign and the Democratic Party, and realized they needed to destroy the documents that proved that fact.



  • Pzatchok

    Just like my company I bet Sonosoft is required by contract and law to keep ALL records safe and secure for many years in case of an investigation.
    We have to keep some records and data for up to 15 years even if our company goes out of business or the contract ends.

    Someone on the investigative committee needs to call Sonosoft and just ask for a copy of all records. By law they have to give it to Congress during an investigation.

  • Abe Windsor

    Want the emails the call the NSA, they have copies at Camp Williams, Buffalo Creek Utah!
    Or do it the hard way. . . . Every one of the emails she sent went to mostly someone else in the Executive Branch, just check with each server throughout and pull up copies with her email addresses, they could not yet have purged every government server! Hurry before the ObamaBots get to them!

  • Cotour

    In the real world that’s called collusion or conspiracy. In the real world.

  • Edward

    “The timing is too perfect for anything but a cover-up.”

    Not just the timing, but what happened to the backed up data held by Sonasoft? If it was not saved somewhere, then it is pretty clear that either the IRS is run by a pack of incompetents, or they were malicious.

    So that just leaves the question, is the IRS incompetent or malicious?

    Judging from their demonstrated ability to extort money from us over the past century, they are hardly incompetent.
    “2. Law. the crime of obtaining money or some other thing of value by the abuse of one’s office or authority.”

    Exemplified by the implied phrase: “give us what we want or else men with guns will throw you in prison.”

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