"Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation Demands Appointment of Special Prosecutor to Investigate IRS Constitutional Violations. Demands That Congress Strip Away Affordable Care Act Responsibilities Originally Assigned to the IRS.
Virginia State Tea Party calls for a Special Prosecutor to Audit the IRS
From Fauquier Free Citizen: http://fauquierfreecitizen.com/virginia-state-tea-party-calls-for-a-special-prosecutor-to-audit-the-irs/The Virginia Tea Party Patriot Federation came out swinging today. Two of the Federation’s leaders publicly called for actions further than just the Congressional Hearings now being held.
After more than a week, the IRS officials who oversaw the criminal activities of their workers have all developed a similar excuse when questioned about this growing scandal by Congressmen and Senators from both sides of the aisle: “I don’t know”, “I can’t recall”, “I was not informed” and the best one “I found out on the local news”.
Take a look at what Representative Mike Kelly, (R-PA) had to say during the hearing. His statements drew a standing ovation from observers of the hearing.
Now Lois Lerner, the IRS Official seemingly caught in the middle of this scandal, is fending off legal action by pleading the 5th. This appears to be the only amendment of the constitution this IRS official is aware of. But one must not worry about Ms. Lerner for one minute. Yesterday she was given leave with full pay as a reward for her silence.
Leaders of the VTPP Federation obviously have seen enough to know this is the worst scandal to ever hit this much-feared agency. VTPP Federation Chairman Mark Daugherty is calling for a special prosecutor to “break through the conflicts of interest inherent in Treasury Department and Department of Justice investigations” and get to the bottom of who gave the orders for this coordinated attack on Tea Party and other conservative groups.
Listen to what former Richmond Tea Party President, and former U.S. Senate candidate Jamie Radtke had to say about IRS investigations of Tea Party groups recently on WMAL.
Fauquier’s Rick Buchanan, Vice-Chairman, Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation, said, “In view of the IRS constitutional violations … we demand that Congress cancel all enforcement of the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act provisions.”
It was learned recently that Sarah Hall Ingram, who served as commissioner of the office responsible for tax-exempt organizations between 2009 and 2012, did such a great job insuring the fairness of the treatment of American citizens, except, well…. Tea Party and other conservative groups, that she has now been placed in the position of the IRS Director of Obama’s Affordable Care Act.
Here is the full news release:
May 23, 2013
Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation Demands Appointment of Special Prosecutor to Investigate IRS Constitutional Violations. Demands That Congress Strip Away Affordable Care Act Responsibilities Originally Assigned to the IRS.(Richmond, VA) “The Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation calls for Congress to appoint an independent special prosecutor to investigate IRS violations of the U.S. Constitution* when the IRS tax-exempt office targeted select groups,” said, Mark Daugherty, Chairman. “A special prosecutor will have the power to break through the conflicts of interest inherent in Treasury Department and Department of Justice investigations,” Mr. Daugherty added. “In addition, suspicion of deeper government involvement in this scandal is fueled by the decision of Lois Lerner, Director of the Exempt organizations Unit, to invoke the 5th Amendment during her brief appearance before the House Oversight committee on May 22nd.”
Rick Buchanan, Vice-Chairman, Virginia Tea Party Patriots Federation, said, “In view of the IRS constitutional violations and their failure to properly manage their existing tax-exemption department responsibilities, we further demand that Congress strip away the IRS assignment to monitor health insurance status on individual tax returns and cancel all enforcement of the Patient Protection Affordable Care Act provisions.”
*The Constitutional violations include:
- First Amendment: The rights of free speech and of free assembly by the people.
- Fourth Amendment: The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated.
- Fourteenth Amendment: Equal protection of the law.
"Educate and inform the whole mass of the people. They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty." - Thomas Jefferson Virginia Tea Party Patriots www.virginiateapartypatriots.com Danville Patriots http://danvillepatriots.com/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyqTlje8RxQ "