Time to clean house and end corruption at the IRS
From The Hill:
The sordid story of IRS corruption and political dirty tricks during the Obama years is widely known thanks to numerous documents and emails forced out of the government under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). As it turns out, however, there may be much more to come.
After stonewalling and slow walking FOIA requests and lawsuits for years, the IRS recently admitted to the court that it has suddenly found an additional 6,924 previously unreported documents it now needs to search. This admission came in response to a 2015 Judicial Watch FOIA lawsuit over IRS targeting of conservative groups. But, even as the recalcitrant agency finally agreed to begin producing documents by March 10, it refused to provide a timetable for completion of the review. So, the stonewalling continued.