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Of Course the IRS Is Lying About Missing Emails & Hard Drive Burn Outs

Of Course the IRS Is Lying About Missing Emails & Hard Drive Burn Outs
June 24
11:40 2014

This is the 21st Century. There’s no way a mega government institution would be able to lose six months worth of emails from exactly the agents being investigated for targeting Tea Party and conservative groups. No American should believe the lie. The abuse goes beyond right or left politics.

As congressman Paul Ryan noted in his diatribe against IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, the IRS will demand any American at any time to have seven years of all tax and financial information in place if they get audited. The IRS agents will not be patient, nor will they accept the excuse that you lost the relevant information about six months ago, or that your dog peed on your laptop and all your digital copies were destroyed.

The IRS is lying. It’s obvious. But if you need proof, you can find it in the IRS’s own admission:

The IRS had a contract with email-achiever Sonasoft in effect at least through 2009, according to the website FedSpending.org.

That same year, the company tweeted: “The IRS uses Sonasoft to back up their servers, why wouldn’t you choose them to protect your servers?”

And a document on the company website suggests its system “archives all email content and so reduces the risk of non-compliance with legal, regulatory and other obligations to preserve critical business content.”

If you know anything about websites and government institutions, then you know that all of their transactions and digital files are backed up in multiple places. Emails are saved not just on IRS hard drives, in this case, but on third party servers as well, just in case. Because when you’re caught in a scandal, you don’t want to be sent to jail or be fined heavily for not forking over the proper data.

Even if it’s uncomfortable to side with the junior representative from Wisconsin, you might take pleasure in how eloquently he shows the hypocrisy of the IRS, and particularly how unacceptable their behavior is in this matter of Lois Lerner’s missing emails:

[destroyed hard drive photo by IT Liquidators]

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