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Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Lerner learned from Hillary

It looks like Lois Lerner, the IRS official investigated for Tea Party targeting scandal, attended the Hillary Clinton School of Internet Insecurity. Now the IRS admitted in federal court that Lois had a second email account.

The name Lerner used on this covert account was "Toby Miles," the same name as her pooch. Why she chose a handle belonging to a mongrel is anyone's guess.
Nostril-flaunting Lerner

The IRS admission was first reported by The Washington Times on Monday in an open-records lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch, who is currently suing to see pretty little Miss Lerner's emails that were sent during her targeting of conservative groups for further IRS scrutiny. The targeting goes way above and beyond how the IRS scrutinizes liberal groups.

Geoffrey Klimas, an attorney representing the IRS, told the court that another email account in addition to her official government account, was discovered as they prepared for the hearing.

"In the process of preparing this status report and for the August 24, 2015 release of Lerner communications, the undersigned attorneys learned that, in addition to emails to or from and email account denominated 'Lois G. Lerner' or 'Lois Home,' some emails responsive to Judicial Watch's request may have been sent to or received from a personal email account denominated 'Toby Miles,'" Klimas said.

Toby is the dog, Miles is her husband's last name.

The IRS concluded that the account was a personal one used by Lois Lerner, who, like Hillary, seems to never learn. They are reviewing previous releases to Judicial Watch and will provide an update in a few days to conclude if any new searches need to be done or any documents need to be re-released with different redactions.

Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch said that "This is the latest in a parade of obstruction from the IRS and the Department of Justice on these issues." And like the Hillary Clinton cluster fart, he pointed out to Fox News how putting sensitive government information on a non-government account was "disturbing."

Fitton explained that a special counsel should be appointed in this case as both the IRS and DoJ knew about the Toby Miles account for some time.

Fitton then added that "the IRS scandal is not over."

Neither are the Hillary Clinton scandals.