In it, Opelka detailed the emails TheBlaze has received from conservative groups “alerting us to the oppressive demands being sent to them from the IRS.” Among other things, the IRS apparently wanted hard copies of every social media post; the name, address, and corporate federal ID of members; and the time, location and content schedule of each event, including printouts of the text of every speech given.
The IRS apologized on Friday for singling out groups with words like “Tea Party,” “Patriot” or “9/12 Project” in the run-up to the 2012 election, and an IRS watchdog organization claims senior IRS officials knew about the matter in 2011.
The issue hits close to home for Beck, who started the 9/12 project as a volunteer based, non-partisan movement focusing on building and uniting our communities back to the place they were on 9/12/2001.
GLENN BECK’S WITHERING RESPONSE TO THE IRS ADMITTING IT TARGETED THE 9/12 PROJECT, CONSERVATIVE GROUPS
May 11, 2013 Erica Ritz
|Como diría Yuyo el que mata puercos... ¡unjú!|
|¿quién viola la ley de impuestos? |
¡esa es la pregunta!
|¿No creen que sus |
demandas son justas?
|Los teteros no son gente de la élite millonaria,|
es el pueblo, gente de a pie que se siente
comprometida en defender su nación.
Simplemente son patriotas.
¿Por qué le tiran tanto?
¿Por qué persiguen sus organizaciones?