Attorney General Lynch’s Script Corroborated Criminal Intent… Whitewash

PolitiChicks.comIn the most recent House Judiciary Committee’s hearing on the oversight of the U.S. Department of Justice, Attorney General Lynch was clearly well rehearsed and stuck to the script. Not only did she agree with the committee’s chairman, Congressman Gowdy, that conservative groups were treated “badly” by the IRS when applying for exemption status, she even went a step further noting the actions may have had a discriminatory impact. However, with both findings, AG Lynch, found no evidence of either criminal or discriminatory intent.

Without applying too much commonsense, when Lynch admitted there are signs of discrimination and the groups were treated badly, those two comments alone would give anyone circumstantial evidence of a crime. Unfortunately, Lois Lerner and all other offenders in on the misdeed will not be held accountable for their actions. Astonishingly, the US Department of Justice reported the discrimination impact were due to mismanagement.

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Will the IRS reevaluate the conservative applications declined by the IRS? (You read that correctly.) Sure, but if the employees involved in the application process were unchanged, “what difference does it make?”  Those attacking Congressman Gowdy on social media for not pushing for an impeachment of the new AG are seemingly ignoring the underlying message of most oversight hearings. His hands are tied, to the acknowledged blatant corruption enabled by the Obama administration.

Kimberly Klacik

District of Columbia Politichick Kimberly Klacik has a passion for politics. Once a democrat and President Obama supporter, Kimberly began to recognize the "land of the free" was slowly becoming the "land of the lost". As a nonprofit Founder/Executive Director headquartered in Baltimore, MD., Kimberly witnesses firsthand the misuse of government aid and the cultural crisis creating an economic disaster. Potential Me is an organization supporting women going into either the workforce, college, trade school, or the military. Kimberly spent most of her childhood in Accokeek, Maryland writing country music and reading a ton of fiction. From the hospitality industry to teaching gymnastics to preschoolers, Kimberly now considers herself a proficient people person. As a volunteer on Capitol Hill, Kimberly will converse with both members of Congress and their staff, on the record, in hopes of gaining some insight on what makes them tick.

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