Article Co-Written by Craig Andresen and Diane Sori
As more testimony is given in the IRS scandal it’s becoming obvious that the missing e-mails could very well be the key to collapsing the entire Obama administration, but it first must be understood that the IRS e-mails were NOT being secured because the IRS did NOT want them to be secured…period.
And why…because e-mail messages are considered official documents and can be offered as evidence in court and therefore can be legally binding…especially e-mails regarding the transaction of official business…of IRS business.
And the missing e-mails in question needed to be destroyed because…we believe …they contained evidence that the IRS…a supposed nonpartisan government agency…knowingly engaged in criminal activities to cover for the actions of Barack HUSSEIN Obama as explained in part 2 of this investigative report (http://thepatriotfactor.blogspot.com/2014/06/op-ed-is-key-to-irs-scandal-hiding-in.html). We also believe that NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden could also have noticed something was amiss at the IRS especially concerning e-mail correspondence…and with his vast computer expertise he could have ‘secured’ copies of those e-mails for himself out of fear such incriminating e-mails would go missing…which indeed they did…as outlined in part 1 of this report (http://www.thenationalpatriot.com/2014/06/24/is-the-key-to-the-irs-scandal-hiding-in-russia-part-1/).
Now what everyone needs to understand is how the IRS…a mega-agency that according to government records spent more than $4 billion on contracts labeled ‘information technology and software’ over the last five years…yet according to last week’s testimony by IRS Commissioner John Koskinen himself…the IRS had NO funds with which to save and store e-mails due to budgetary constraints…due to “declining budget resources”…that he claimed prevented the agency from spending the $10 million needed to save and store e-mails…basically to upgrade their system from having to use tape for backups, from having to use hard-drives instead of servers to store information, and from only having the capacity to hold information garnered for six months.
Now ain’t that a kick as ‘We the People’ are told to store our records for a minimum of seven years yet the very agency telling us to do just that only stores their information for six months…talk about the epitome of hypocrisy.