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Visual -- visits how many times right.
I testified last year before I -- -- this committee that I only went over there to my recollection -- sign a policy matter if you're very aware of the -- you're under oath today what would be some of the reasons you might view that the -- -- -- -- The Easter egg roll.
-- my kids.
Well and questions about the administer ability.
Tax policy are they were thinking up.
Come our budget.
Us helping the Department of Education streamlined.
Application processes for financial.
-- Are there you have it two different iris -- And the latest one saying the Easter egg rule will that's one of the reasons it's being given for why the now former head of the IRS says he visited the White House.
But the head of the -- went to 16100 Pennsylvania Avenue at least 157.
Times more time than any other cabinet member.
Those visits happening particularly around the time the agency was targeting conservative groups.
Questions about those visit continue to raise big questions as iris scandal continues to dominate headlines joining us now.
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee and the host live welcome governor great to have you here.
Thank you very much -- you know when I hear that Easter egg excuse something can.
I smell some rotten -- somewhere.
I don't think you go to the White House a 157.
Times more than.
The secretary of state more than the secretary of defense more than the health and human services secretary who has.
In the process of administering Obama care.
Is just absolutely.
Indefensible to try to say that all I just may have gone over there a few times for the Easter egg roll.
When you win a 157.
Times and now we know that the IRS.
Targeted conservative groups targeted Jewish groups targeting groups that disagreed.
But the policies of the Obama administration something stinks.
And I are in the sound that we just played we have Bill O'Reilly talking to a former -- -- -- -- said it.
Now on when he was ahead Healy went there may be warrants and we index closed that to.
What we're hearing from -- -- than a 157 times it does raise big questions and that whether or not this scandal is gonna go all way to the top.
That's what congress has to get to the bottom up they need to find out.
How high up to Disco was this a culture of corruption just within the IRS was -- coordination with the administration.
And -- -- at what level only within the Treasury Department all the way to the White House and if it's within the White House how high up in the White House.
Or was this merely.
Someone just in a high position suggesting you know it would really be important enough.
And then someone deciding to take that ball and run with -- but the point is there have been a lot of Americans who have never violated the law.
That have been treated like criminals they've incurred hundreds of thousands and collectively millions of dollars of accounting and attorney fees.
And somebody has got to be held responsible for that.
We're also learning that up to 88 IRS employees may have been involved not just a few rogue agents that was supposedly acting on their own.
In Ohio and the IRS first stated what do you think about that we make of that.
-- look there's got to be really detailed and thoughtful investigation where people are brought in under oath that can't be the slowest learner.
Duplicity of saying -- I'm gonna take the fifth but -- before I do let me go ahead and declare myself venison.
She can't do that she did it anyway and she's got to be called back and and she can't defend something and then -- -- claim that she's not going to testify.
There's so many just missing links here.
I think what we've got to find out is how high -- did it go but more importantly why.
Why we're certain groups targeted and the frightening thing in every American out of the outrage -- the senate what a person's political point of view as liberals.
The ACLU ought to be outraged about this.
When the federal government can use all of its unlimited powers and it's unlimited resources.
To trample the rights of citizens because of what they think what they say what they pray who they associate with.
That's a shredding of the First Amendment that.
Really does affect every American can really quickly governor what do you think about the future of attorney general Eric Holder at this time.
You know the president still defends in the White House -- -- Press Secretary says he's gonna stay.
But he's radioactive so I think it if you're a person who's not that fond of the Obama administration you -- hope he does -- Because it's just a lightning rod to call more attention to the corruption.
But clearly exists within this administration.
And the duplicity and the fact that they can't get their story straight.
Well -- always great to have you here and joining us with -- insights and of course we will be watching tonight at 8 o'clock eastern time for your big show Huckabee right here on Fox News.
Thank you -- -- for -- to see you.
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