Rep. Trey Gowdy is relentless in his pursuit of the truth. That was evident last night during this exchange with the IRS Commisioner:
This is why Rep. Gowdy has been put in charge of the investigation into what happened in Benghazi. Here’s a bonus video of Gowdy hammering the press about their lack of interest in Benghazi.
The initial firestorm surrounding the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative groups may have subsided, but tea party leaders say the situation has only become worse and may lead to more lawsuits against the embattled agency.New documents show the depth of information the IRS is seeking from Tea Party Patriots, a leading conservative group that first applied for 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status in late 2010 and one of many organizations singled out for extra scrutiny by the Obama administration.
An IRS letter sent to the group last week and obtained by The Washington Times contains a laundry list of requests related to virtually all the group’s activities, including its involvement in the 2012 election cycle and its get-out-the-vote efforts, fundraising activities, all radio and TV advertising, and other information.
The IRS also is asking for detailed financial records, including “the amounts and percentages of your total expenses that were for fundraising activities in the tax year 2011, 2012 and 2013.”
Read the whole article here: IRS continues to hound Tea Party Patriots, demands more data for tax-exempt status – Washington Times.
Hampton Roads Tea Party works with the Tea Party Patriots whenever possible. HRTP was also targeted by the IRS. We have since received our 501(c)(4), but because of our experience, we are in the process of joining the American Center of Law and Justice lawsuit.