Scandal, Scandal, Everywhere You Look

Irrelevent? Only heard when we heard? Not Involved? What else are we SUPPOSED to believe? BO’s Government Union Buddies meet at the White House, the next day the TEA Party applications get special treatment, or is it non-treatment, get inane questions, get delayed, get screwed. Now we are supposed to suspend all belief nothing out of the ordinary went on in Cincinnati, then other offices. We’re now hearing this type of treatment came from up high, not rogue employees. We’re suppose to now suspend all belief that all the scandals now showing up, BO had Zero beforehand knowledge. I think BO is also trying to sell waterfront property, just show up at a new moon low tide. And we’re told also to believe all these “things” happening are “IRRELEVENT.”

White House senior aides knew details of IRS probe but didn’t tell Obama, spokesman says

By Juliet Eilperin and Zachary A. Goldfarb, Published: May 20, 2013 at 5:06 pm

Senior White House officials, including Chief of Staff Denis McDonough, learned last month about a review by the Treasury Department’s inspector general into whether the Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status, but they did not inform President Obama, the White House said Monday.

The acknowledgement is the White House’s latest disclosure in a piecemeal, sometimes confusing release of details concerning the extent to which White House officials knew of the IG’s findings that IRS officials engaged in the “inappropriate” targeting of conservative non-profits for heightened scrutiny. Previously, the White House said counsel Kathryn Ruemmler did not learn about the final results of the investigation until the week of April 22nd, and had not disclosed that McDonough and other aides had also been told about the investigation. On Monday, White House Spokesman Jay Carney said a member of Ruemmler’s staff learned of the probe the week of April 16; Ruemmler learned of the investigation on April 24th; and after that point she informed the chief of staff and other aides about the probe’s findings.

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