IRS Admits to Leaking Confidential Information Used Against Mitt Romney

6/27/14
 
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from Political Insider,
6/27/14:

Obama Campaign Co-Chair Joe Solomese and President Barack Obama

The socially conservative group National Organization of Marriage (NOM) accused the IRS of leaking documents to the Obama campaign in 2012. After going public with their accusations, a top Obama campaign official Joe Solomese actually used the information to attack Mitt Romney during the election, with the help of left-wing operative “journalists” in outlets such as the Huffington Post. The documents used shows that Romney donated $10,000 to NOM, which is information that was not supposed to be known by anyone else… except the IRS.

As The Daily Signal reported, the IRS’s actions were so egregiously illegal that they agreed to pay $50,000 in damages to NOM after leaking confidential information to a leading gay marriage group in a blatant attempt to help Obama steal the election:

Congress made the disclosure of confidential tax return information a serious matter for a reason,” NOM Chairman John D. Eastman told The Daily Signal. “We’re delighted that the IRS has now been held accountable for the illegal disclosure of our list of major donors from our tax return.

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