posted on Jul, 23 2014 @ 10:52 PM
a reply to: xuenchen
First we have this:
Whitman states that he spent about ten minutes looking through the emails before notifying the office of his Division, Terry Millholand, that
he had located the previously “lost” emails of Lois Lerner.
Within twenty minutes personal aids of IRS Commissioner John Koskinen arrived at Whitman’s work area and took custody of the tapes.
“They thanked me profusely”, said Whitman. “They were emphatic that it was a great service I’d done for the organization by finding these
They told me that the Commissioner wanted to meet me and personally thank me for providing the information which would put all the scandal talk to
rest. And that I should keep the discovery secret until the Commissioner announced it”
Like how they 'took custody' of the tapes and thanked him for putting 'the scandal to rest' --[a person would have to be gullible to believe that]
And then there was this afterwards.....how predictable *sigh*
[shame he didn't get some kind of pictures or something]
“It was obvious that I was being ignored and let known that I should just be quiet”
But Whitman didn’t meet Commissioner Koskinen. In fact he didn’t hear anything about the emails he’d found from anybody, for days.
“After four days I tried to contact Chief Mullholand’s office and was informed that he was unavailable”, stated Whitman. “I tried to call on
the fifth day and the sixth, both with the same results.
I was finally told, by Mullholand’s secretary, that I had been mistaken, and that upon further review it had been determined that what I had
found were not Lerner’s missing emails. I was then asked to stop calling.”
Yeah, that's what we thought, you were just 'mistaken'
Just take them all down and be done with it already!!!!!
edit on 23-7-2014 by snarky412 because: reworded my words