IRS Employee Admits He Would Go After, Target, and Try to End Conservative Groups

‘You can bet every dollar you got I’m going to go after you and target you and try and end your group and that’s just the way it is’

IRS Employee Admits He Would Go After, Target, and Try to End Conservative Groups (The Washington Free Beacon)

A self-identified IRS employee admitted he would go after, target and try to end conservative groups who wanted to abolish the IRS, to Cleta Mitchell, an attorney representing those groups, on a Washington Journal segment on C-SPAN.

Mitchell, a political law attorney who has represented conservative groups during the IRS targeting scandal since 2010, was a guest on C-SPAN to discuss the possible impeachment of the IRS commissioner John Koskinen.

The first caller was a self-identified IRS employee who said he would go after the groups Mitchell represents if their goal was to abolish the IRS.

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