Aug 252014

The Obama administration has known all along—through all of the histrionics about damaged hard drives and whatever else—that Lois Lerner’s email is backed up, just like any other government email. Obama administration attorneys have dismissed this system as too onerous to search.

Here is today’s statement from Judicial Watch.

It is abundantly clear that Judge Emmet G. Sullivan smells a big rat. It sounds very much as if he’s going to, ahem, motivate them to search this system anyway, however “onerous” the task.

Perhaps this is finally a bridge too far for this band of thugs that has hijacked the executive branch of the United States government. Perhaps this is finally enough to overcome the terrible obstacles of a ceaselessly sycophantic press corps and a (shrinking, but still depressingly large) gaggle of groupies who seem to occupy themselves entirely with making eyes at our esteemed president and shrieking “racist” at anyone who dares not do the same.

What gall. What contempt for the American people.

Do we finally have a light so bright, there shall be no scurrying for the shadows?

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  2 Responses to ““Most transparent administration” ever knew from beginning that Lois Lerner’s email wasn’t lost”

  1. I wonder what would happen if during an audit, I told the IRS that it was too onerous for me to dig up past financial records.

    Yeah, right.

    • This whole situation is absolutely outrageous. People should be enraged, marching in the streets, and demanding that this vile, rogue agency be called to account. The government belongs to us, not vice versa.

      Nope. What’s on TV tonight? Is that the last Oatmeal Cream Pie?

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