I’m Not Making This Up, You Know

A former aide to Senator Chuck Schumer who is now working for the Justice Department call what he thought were members of Congressman Elijah Cummings staff to ask them to leak information to support administration spin of the IRS debacle. Imagine the fun that ensued when it turned out that had really dialed the staff of oversight committee chairman, Congressman Darrell Issa.

In a letter to Attorney General Holder, Issa said he is “disturbed” by the “apparently longstanding collaboration between the Obama administration and Ranking Member Cummings’ staff to obfuscate and prejudice the Committee’s work through under-the-table coordination.”

23 thoughts on “I’m Not Making This Up, You Know

  1. That would be the same Elijah Cummings whose staff was collaborating with the IRS to target conservative to begin with, yes? Yes.

    This needs a special prosecutor now.

  2. And the media will cover this in……actually they won’t. If they did they would need to start admitting that there actually is a scandal. Otherwise why would Holder & cronies go to all the trouble?

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  4. Know what’s funny? When people who consider Breitbart Unmasked and Crooks and Liars “reliable sources” snark about people considering Breitbart.com a reliable source. That crap is friggin’ hilarious!

    • I also think it’s funny when people exaggerate things repeatedly, like how sick they are, or what their ex-spouses did, and then expect people to believe them and have pity on them in light of their repeated prevarications.

    • This lawless behavior is building the case that the government is not legitimate. When that view becomes mainstream, the fertilizer will hit the propeller. Good luck holding onto the perks of office at that point.

  5. What, exactly, is this supposed to mean?

    Bill Schmalfeldt @ParkinsonsRadio · now
    Meantime, Patrick Putz, what have YOU done in the last week? Still got that job? Good. Be a nice quiet coward and you can stay there.

    Is Bill threatening to get Patrick fired from his job?

  6. Bill Schmalfeldt @ParkinsonsRadio · 2m
    Anyone who would believe the words of a man who would lie to someone and cause him to miss a court date just to get the easy win? Worthless.

    Uh, Bill, you do realize you are talking about yourself here, don’t you?


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