Skip to comments.Another Lois Lerner email was just uncovered, and itís a BOMBSHELL
Posted on 07/09/2014 1:58:47 PM PDT by Beave Meister
6 days before tax day liberal Christmas in 2013 Lois Lerner was emailing with one of her fellow cronies and warning them to be careful, we need to be cautious about what we say in emails.
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we need to be cautious about what we say in emails
Evidence of a criminal conspiracy?
Rumour Obama maybe visit border .. And may keep on going..
Also rumours.. FoR NoW!!
Lois Lane had SuperMan
Lois Lerner has Obama.
Who will save who?
This email will self destruct in 10 seconds.
Motive for destruction of evidence certainly. And consciousness of guilt.
She EMAILED someone to tell them to be cautious what they say in emails? I do not see Mensa in Ms. Lerner’s future.
RE: we need to be cautious about what we say in emails.
How is that a bombshell?
Me and my colleagues have gotten that warning from companies we’ve worked for before.
I don’t call her Slowest Learner for nuthin.
Ben, don’t you know there’s not a “smidgen” of proof of any conspiracy.
I’m sorry their are so many scandals now for this administration now I can’t recall which scandal he used the word “Smidgen.”
This is how regimes fall..
Full of pomp and ceremony
Weak on policy and purpose
Dedicated only to their own
All bombshell emails should be clearly marked BOMBSHELL on the subject line. Otherwise, no one will know.
It does convey a sense of “us vs them’ and “we definitely have something to hide, so always be hiding!” If you are doing your job legally, honestly and openly, and working for the people, then why does the IRS need all this obfuscation, secrecy and data legerdemain. This person reeks of guilt and deception and what they did is an impeachable offense. (I would pull back the former heads, like Schulman, and take their pensions for these criminal acts. Someone allowed this to go on and someone should pay for it.)
But this email is not a smoking gun, just a path to the gun cabinet.
What a dumb ass. Saying we need to be cautious about what we say in emails in an email is about the stupidest thing you can ever say in an email.
This is helpful for the good guys, but can be easily spun as follows:
“She was just afraid of further political witchhunts by Congress and the more we say in emails the more Congress can twist what we say for political purposes. Also, every organization encourages its people to use email judicially.”
By John D. McKinnon
Updated July 9, 2014 4:20 p.m. ET
WASHINGTONLawmakers investigating the Internal Revenue Service’s treatment of conservative groups released new emails Wednesday suggesting that top IRS officials communicated through an instant-messaging service that wasn’t routinely archived.
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