Skip to comments.FLASHBACK - Group claims they hacked Franklin company, stole Romney's tax records
Posted on 05/15/2013 5:51:29 AM PDT by Perdogg
A Middle Tennessee company is at the center of a mystery that could turn the political race upside down. The Secret Service wants to know if a group hacked into Price Waterhouse Cooper's computer system in Franklin and got Mitt Romney's tax records.
"Right through here and it was just lying on the floor there," Peter Burr recalled.
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Probably used that data in conjunction w/ tax records.
BACKSTORY During the 2012 election theft, O and his mobsters rained down intimidation on Romney. Stupid Romney capitulated. And when we look back at Obomba's sanguine, sure-footed campaign attitude---we find this biggie--- Obomba bragged he was s-o-o-o popular--campaign contributions were raining down on lucky him---he had the first billion dollar prez campaign (so he said). But later Obomba stated he had to "borrow" money to finish his campaign.
Where were the FEC records?.............Romney did nothing.
We need to find out if depraved Team Obomba degenerates like David Axelrod, Rahm Emanuel, Valerie Jarrett, etc, got their filthy hands on tax records and used them in conjunction w/ census data to conspire against Romney to steal the election.
So is this how Harry Reid got a hold of them? As I remember he claimed to know that tax rate of Mitt Romney......................isn’t that illegal
Look. Democrat operatives work in all kinds of tax offices where they have access to private information. They see nothing wrong with using their work privileges to violate a normal person’s privacy. If they get caught, they never get prosecuted.
I said at the time this came out that I thought it was a smoke screen for the patented Axelrod/Obama privacy breach of Romney’s records that would have actually been done through the IRS.
Interesting in light f IRS scandal revelations.
It is interesting.
In light of this IRS scandal, I wonder if an employee(s) just gave the opposition the IRS records — no hacking required.
Time will tell.
Thanks for the ping, Piasa.