George Will Explains Why We Need A Special Prosecutor For IRS Scandal (Video)

Conservative Commentator George Will explained the six reasons why he thinks a Special Prosecutor should be appointed to investigate the IRS scandal on Fox News Sunday.

Number six: “Now we know not just her hard drive but six other people intimately involved in this suddenly crashed in an amazing, miraculous coincidence – religions have been founded on less – 10 days after the investigation started.”


George F. Will, Washington Post: Stopping a lawless president:

Congress’s authorization, which would affirm an institutional injury rather than some legislators’ personal grievances, satisfies the first criterion. Obama’s actions have fulfilled the rest by nullifying laws and thereby rendering the Constitution’s enumeration of Congress’s power meaningless.

The House has passed a bill sponsored by Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) that would guarantee expedited consideration by federal courts of House resolutions initiating lawsuits to force presidents to “faithfully execute” laws. But as a bill, it is impotent unless and until Republicans control the Senate and a Republican holds the president’s signing pen.

Some say the judicial branch should not intervene because if Americans are so supine that they tolerate representatives who tolerate such executive excesses, they deserve to forfeit constitutional government. This abstract doctrine may appeal to moralists lacking responsibilities. For the judiciary, it would be dereliction of the duty to protect the government’s constitutional structure. It would be perverse for courts to adhere to a doctrine of congressional standing so strict that it precludes judicial defense of the separation of powers.

The Daily Caller: IRS CANCELLED Contract with Email-Storage Firm Weeks After Lerner’s Computer Crash

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) cancelled its longtime relationship with an email-storage contractor just weeks after ex-IRS official Lois Lerner’s computer crashed and shortly before other IRS officials’ computers allegedly crashed.

The IRS signed a contract with Sonasoft, an email-archiving company based in San Jose, California, each year from 2005 to 2010. The company, which partners with Microsoft and counts The New York Times among its clients, claims in its company slogans that it provides “Email Archiving Done Right” and “Point-Click Recovery.” Sonasoft in 2009 tweeted, “If the IRS uses Sonasoft products to backup their servers why wouldn’t you choose them to protect your servers?”

But Sonasoft’s six-year business relationship with the IRS came to an abrupt end at the close of fiscal year 2011, as congressional investigators began looking into the IRS conservative targeting scandal and IRS employees’ computers started crashing left and right.

The Conversation: ‘Not A Smidgen of Corruption’ in IRS Scandal – And If You Think Otherwise You’re A Conspiracy Nut

There’s not a “smidgen of corruption” in the IRS scandal, and if you believe otherwise, you’re a paranoid winger who believes in wacky conspiracy theories. That’s the narrative being pushed by the Obama White House, Democrat congressmen and Dem strategists in the wake of the latest highly suspicious developments in the scandal.


5 thoughts on “George Will Explains Why We Need A Special Prosecutor For IRS Scandal (Video)

  1. Fat chance George with the likes of Boehner and McCarthy running things in the House-Obama just figures to obfuscate until the clock runs out-every once in a while we’ll get LOOK A SQUIRREL to give the left dominated media a chance to run some distracting BS to keep the LoFos engorged with pap and sadly that will be that.

    I’d love to be wrong


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