Mike Huckabee News
Aug 04 2013
President Obama has made it clear that he thinks the scandals plaguing his administration are phony. But what if the scandals are real, but it’s the investigations of them that are phony?... That’s next…Next month will mark the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, that resulted in the murders of four heroic Americans. And yet, we still don’t know what the President was doing that night, why the security was so botched, why nobody was sent to help, and who was behind the attack. We sent the FBI, but they claim to be stymied, and there have been no arrests. Maybe they should turn on CNN. Their reporter Arwa Damon went to Benghazi, found one of the lead suspects the FBI can’t seem to locate, and got him to sit down for a 2-hour interview. By the way, he told her he’s never been contacted by the FBI or the Libyan government. CNN didn’t say when the interview will air. But no matter how long that takes, I’d bet he still won’t have been brought in for questioning.
Speaking of all those phony scandals, the one involving the IRS just took the beaten path. National Review Online has seen emails obtained by the House Ways and Means Committee. They show that on at least one occasion, an attorney for the Federal Election Commission contacted IRS official Lois “I take the Fifth” Lerner, to obtain confidential tax information on a conservative group, and used it to recommend prosecuting them for violating campaign finance laws. It would appear that the targeting of conservative groups by misusing their tax records extended beyond the IRS and into the FEC, as well. Just how many agencies in that alphabet soup in DC are going to have access to our private records to harass us? And is there still anybody left who thinks the IRS can be trusted with our medical records?