Now the IRS has a whistleblower

Claiming someone tried to interfere with an audit of Trump's taxes. But, guess what? The information is only second-hand, making it useless.

I'm going to completely disregard anything that isn't based on first-hand information, and frankly, the IRS is tainted thanks to the scandal under Obama, so I won't trust any "whistleblowers" from that source period.

What the ruling class seems to fail to understand is that we the people hate their guts and discount everything they tell us already. They no longer get any benefit of the doubt. Even if they find an actual scandal, I'm likely to wave my hand at the other side and say "I don't care; they are still worse."

This entry was published Fri Nov 29 02:47:32 CST 2019 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2019-10-04 10:45:34.0. [Tweet]

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