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-- Danny -- fall responding to the credit card abuse report in a statement workflow saying in part.
We're following up on several inappropriate incidents mentioned in the report range from internal actions to criminal charges.
That said more than 99 point 75% a virus purchases adhered to the rules representative Michelle Bachmann joins us in a former.
Tax lawyer I might -- -- well.
But didn't -- the IRS right yeah I did you did I did well then you know the anschutz who aren't -- when you know when they hit it well that's why when this scandal came out about 2.4.
I don't -- press conference.
Let me tell you about one conference I went to where we were when I was -- higher wrestler.
He was in Florida and it was an August it was in cinder block buildings there is no air conditioning.
There were no referrals my how times have changed that would in back in the late eighties and and the early ninety's it's a very different culture obviously.
Are there now.
This is just enough.
You think this is stealing from the American people and ideas of experiments harsh but you -- world gives them the right to take this money most Americans are struggling to put food on the table and these are having celebrity chefs in lavishing -- continued legal legend is visible motors.
And -- employees that are.
Taking a government credit card and they know what they're doing and they're putting purchases.
On a government credit card for wine -- -- her feet.
Anybody knows that's wrong that's right yes we are into the realm of criminal and remember these are the enforcers.
-- the law.
Who are breaking.
The law they're the ones who -- you liable and -- liable and a lot of your viewers may not realize this.
But the legal standard for the IRS is that we are considered guilty.
Until we prove ourselves innocent.
That's completely different than any other area of the law but when it comes to the IRS the taxpayers guilty.
Until they prove themselves.
In the -- that's and it's on average dispute when the guy that it is today and if you haven't had this feeling the IRS you must paint the money to the IRS -- -- -- and litigate -- -- and that let me just hope that if you win that the IRS who actually give you the money.
Back that you that that they'd -- wrongfully took fresh right when IRS issues what's called a statutory notice of deficiency when you get that letter in the mail.
It has penalties on it and it has interest on it and it goes back to the year of the problem.
So it isn't just the text you all its penalties its interest as an enormous amount of money and remember you are guilty.
Until you prove yourself -- I.
This number that Denny said that some then that would work full of claims in 99 point 75% of the spending adhered.
To the rules couple things number one as they create the rules so of course is -- adhere to the rules.
Secondly is they tell us that because they investigate themselves because the Justice Department's been sitting on -- they're not being invested.
Thirdly is that why they need rules to know that any of this behavior is deplorable and beyond any possible part of -- that and the American people and allow he's just beyond me but even the 99 point 75%.
All these people who work at the IRS including the woman testified today Tucker they in the ones who know but -- position of management supervisor -- -- do.
Nothing zero -- looked the other way.
Can imagine if -- -- -- taxpayer got the statutory notice of deficiency.
And 99 point 7%.
Of what you did on your tax return was right.
But you at that point 3% were you falsify deductions on your tax return.
The -- wouldn't be looking the other way and the American people are going to look the other way with the hour or -- Because now this is a culture we heard the phrase culture of corruption now -- -- culture -- apparently -- permissible culture.
Is this is it time for a special prosecutor who can go to a grand jury present evidence we've got Capitol Hill it looking -- enough to find yourself but frankly -- this stuff happened during the oversight period wasn't particularly effective oversight we wouldn't have -- -- and number two really Justice Department's done nothing and this keeps going on time for -- special prosecutor.
Time for the Harris being held accountable their criminal actions and that's why this -- who should do that -- special prosecutor do you trust Eric Holder -- this.
No one trusts Eric Holder -- called her holder's resignation no one trusts so you -- for special prosecutor I just want to underscore house frightening it is one week can't trust our own attorney general that we have to look to -- special prosecutor.
So procession prosecutor frightening times special prosecutor it could be that remember the special prosecutor also comes to the executive.
So let me just so that it doesn't give us the the problem is Greta.
We are -- -- profoundly different world right now where we didn't we have very lol level of trust that this government.
Listed this same time that we are expanding -- a breathtaking ways that area of jurisdiction of the -- of the IRS.
That's why something very bold needs to be done with the -- -- say abolish it.
ICU startle her that's another that is what I did you hold people accountable who have done absolutely a 100% I've cut agreement represent an -- appeared to see it now.