Confessions of The IRS: Internal Revenue Services Admits to Leaking Confidential Information that was Used Against Mitt Romney in 2012 Elections

Screenshot 2014-06-26 at 8.32.55 AMEditor’s Note: “…Meisel then provided NOM’s tax data to the Human Rights Campaign (whose president was a national Co-Chair of the Obama Reelection Campaign).” Quite suspicious, don’t you think? This case does not seem to be developing favorably for our dear president.

In response to a lawsuit brought by the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has admitted wrongdoing in releasing the organization’s confidential tax return and donor list which was obtained by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), NOM’s chief political rival. The IRS has agreed to pay NOM $50,000 to settle the lawsuit.

“It has been a long and arduous process to hold the IRS accountable for their illegal release of our confidential tax return and donor list, which was ultimately given to our chief political rival by the recipient,” said John Eastman, NOM’s chairman and a member of the ActRight legal Foundation team that brought the lawsuit against the IRS on NOM’s behalf in October, 2013. “In the beginning, the government claimed that the IRS had done nothing wrong and that NOM itself must have released our confidential information. Thanks to a lot of hard work, we’ve forced the IRS to admit that they in fact were the ones to break the law and wrongfully released this confidential information.”

This article continues at Nomblog.com

 

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