Lois Lerner Is Afraid For Her Life If Real Reason Why IRS Targeted Tea Party Goes Public

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Lois Lerner Is Afraid For Her Life If Real Reason Why IRS Targeted Tea Party Goes Public Image

Lois Lerner Is Afraid For Her Life If Real Reason Why IRS Targeted Tea Party Goes Public



The former director of the IRS, Lois Lerner stated to a federal court last week that she and her family could face death threats and physical violence if her testimony of why tea party groups were targeted under her watch becomes public.

Lois and Holly Paz, the former deputy at the IRS, signed court documents on Thursday, claiming their depositions given in a court case this year should remain sealed from the public forever, according to The Washington Times.

Which is a pretty dubious thing to do and a suspicious one as well? She hides her skeletons from the public out of fear that the public will not approve of her actions. Of course, we won’t!



Their attorney tried to ease the court signature in by making some sly comments saying that whenever Mss. Lerner and Paz have been in the media spotlight, they have faced death threats and harassment.

The Western Journal had previously reported on the IRS settlement of two lawsuits in October alleging the agency illegally targeted conservative groups under the Obama administration.

In one settlement stipulated by the IRS, they issued a formal apology for illegally singling out conservatives and tea party groups due to their political beliefs dating back to 2010.

The other one was a class-action lawsuit by the NorCal Tea Party with 428 members that included a $3.5 million settlement, according to one of the plaintiffs. 

“The voluminous record of harassment and physical threats to Mss. Lerner and Paz and their families during the pendency of this litigation provide a compelling reason to seal the materials,” their attorneys said.

According to the AmericanTopNews: 

Lerner and Paz previously argued in May for their testimony about how IRS employees managed tax-exempt applications from tea-party groups, according to The Cincinnati Enquirer.

“This documentation, as the court will see, makes very personal references and contains graphic, profane and disturbing language that would lead to unnecessary intrusion and embarrassment if made public,” their attorneys said.

“Public dissemination of their deposition testimony would put their lives in serious jeopardy,” they continued.

However, there seems to be a different type of crime in hand as Meckler accused Lerner and Paz of deliberate deceit.

“Four years of harassing innocent American citizens for their political beliefs, and she’s scared of a guy in a cowboy hat talking to a bunch of little old ladies at a tea party event?” he said.

Mekler said that Lerner is hiding what she knows from the public because she knows she is guilty as the day is long and she does not want people to know what really happened.

We don’t have any sympathy for you what-so-ever. You knew what you did was wrong and you did it anyway. Well, you have made your bed, now lay in it! Share if you agree!

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