posted on Mar, 5 2014 @ 10:52 AM
So bottom line here... this person was employed by the Federal government in a position paid for by the taxpayers and stands accused of misusing the
position. As a result of that she has been called to testify by the representatives of said taxpayers to answer questions about that misuse,
especially because the alleged misuse could very well be criminal in nature. Instead of having to answer for her actions, this person is simply
pleading the fifth to every question asked.
Wouldn't it be fun if real jobs worked this way? Don't like your boss? No problem... intentionally botch everything you can and then just stand
there and say "I don't want to talk about it" How cool!
If the accusations are true then this was a blatant crime. A misuse of taxpayer money and resources and the use of the Federal government to target
specific groups based on their beliefs. A very dangerous precedent that will get stuck in political pageantry rather than prosecuted.
If the accusations are true then 1) someone needs to go to jail for this 2) those higher ups who authorized it need to be removed from their positions
to protect the people from further abuses and 3) depending on where the orders originated there is the possibility that the investigation must
transcend the IRS itself and include the Executive Branch.
This is a hideous abuse of power, if true, and these circus like hearings are doing nothing to correct it. Criminal investigation, period.