Skip to comments.IRS: Lerner's Hard Drive On Malaysia Flight 370 [Satire]
Posted on 06/19/2014 12:13:17 PM PDT by WXRGina
WASHINGTON (WNB) - In response to Congressional demands that the "crashed" IRS hard drive containing Lois Lerner's emails be turned over for forensic analysis, IRS officials now claim the hard drive was last seen aboard Malaysia Airlines flight 370.
"The hard drive containing all emails to and from Mrs. Lerner and several other employees malfunctioned and was being sent to a recycling center. Unfortunately it was being transported aboard Malaysia flight 370. If not for this fact, we would be more than happy to surrender the hard drive," said an IRS statement released Thursday morning.
The statement included a photo (below) supposedly verifying the hard drive was aboard the ill-fated flight.
Oh, that’s rich...
This is another tangled bra story, I presume.
Plus the hard drives of all her superiors and subordinates would have to be on that plane. Plus the hard drives of home workstations and all thumb drives inside the beltway.
There are many places these records could exist. Investigators should stop at nothing to obtain them.
This may be satire (and good satire, at that) — but the IRS would’ve if they could’ve ...
in the cargo hold with the mangosteens no doubt
Like sending a FOIA request to the NSA for their copies of the IRS emails.
In fact, the investigators don't even have to send in the request to the NSA, since the NSA will already have a copy of the investigators' request as they type it on their computer.
Lois Lerner’s hard drive has been found wrapped in owebama’s birth certificate. Details to follow!
Oh, yeah! :-/
That’s OK, Ed Snowden’s got a backup copy
The hard drives of everyone she ever sent an email to were also on that flight along with obama’s blackberry.
Oh, yeah! :-)
Scooter’s a darned hoot!
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