To be fair, let’s watch a montage of the Democratic representatives and their statements during today’s House hearing of IRS commissioner John Koskinen.


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To be fair, let’s watch a montage of the Democratic representatives and their statements during today’s House hearing of IRS commissioner John Koskinen.

Watch it, please. For those who are old enough to remember the Watergate hearings, you will be strongly reminded of the Republicans then defending Nixon. It was pitiful when the Republicans did it then, and it is pitiful when the Democrats do it now.

The IRS has admitted it wrongly harassed conservatives. It is also clearly participating in a cover-up. To make-believe these things didn’t happen and that the victim here is the IRS is beyond shameful.

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2 comments

  • DK Williams

    The difference is that Republicans turned against Nixon when the evidence became clear against his administration. The Dems in Congress today are far more radical than in the 70’s and are determined to defend the Obama administration to the bitter end despite serial scandals and overwhelming evidence of corruption.

  • Orion314

    Primarily because the concept of “scandal and corruption” doesn’t even ring a bell with these psychopaths in the 1st place…

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