Still a phony scandal?

Via the Washington Times:

Despite assurances to the contrary, the IRS didn’t destroy all of the donor lists scooped up in its tea party targeting — and a check of those lists reveals that the tax agency audited 10 percent of those donors, much higher than the audit rate for average Americans, House Republicans revealed Wednesday payroll pattern for free.

Republicans argue that the Internal Revenue Service still hasn’t come clean about the full extent of its targeting, which swept up dozens of conservative groups wie kann man instagram storiesen.

“The committee uncovered new information indicating that after groups provided the information to the IRS, nearly one in 10 donors were subject to audit,” Rep apps cannot beed ipad. Charles W. Boustany Jr., Louisiana Republican and chairman of the Ways and Means Committee’s oversight panel, told IRS Commissioner John Koskinen at a hearing Wednesday kostenlos musik aufnahme programmen.

“The abuse of discretion and audit selection must be identified and stopped,” he said.

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10 percent of tea party donors were subjected to audit, which is a much higher rate than the average citizen, who are audited at a rate of about 1 percent microsoft word mac kostenlos.

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