Newest Lois Lerner Emails Dub Conservatives “A**holes” and “Terrorists”


July 30, 2014 10:38am PST

As the current administration struggles to keep the veil up shielding the illegal actions of the IRS from coming to light, a newest discovery has demonstrated something rather disturbing. As Lois Lerner remains the target of investigations into the IRS, it appears she herself held a deep hatred for Conservatives as emails recently released demonstrated her calling them both “a**holes,” and “terrorists.”

In one such email dated Nov. 9, 2012, she wrote, “So we don’t need to worry about alien teRrorists (sic). It’s our own crazies that will take us down.” Of course she was talking about we “right-wing terrorists,” that will surely be the demise of America as a whole – a notion shared by several other Liberal officials.

According to The Blaze:

The committee released an email Lerner received in November 2012 complaining about the “whacko wing of the GOP.” The person wrote Lerner that there are “too many foreigners sucking the teat,” and that the “right wing radio shows are scary to listen to.”

Lerner replied, “Great. Maybe we are through if there are that many assholes.”

The other person then wrote, “And I’m talking about the hosts of the shows. The callers are rabid.”

Lerner replied, “So we don’t need to worry about alien terrorists. It’s our own crazies that will take us down.”

(See also: Michelle Obama’s Thesis Rife With Radical Racism)

According to House Ways and Means Committee Chair Dave Camp, a Republican from Michigan, Lerner’s email, “shows that Ms. Lerner’s mistreatment of conservative groups was driven by her personal hostility toward conservatives.”

Camp then went on to say that, “While the Committee has not seen any evidence of a serious investigation by your Department, it is my sincere hope that in light of this new, strong evidence that you immediately begin aggressively investigating this matter or appoint a special counsel.”

He then further cautioned that the failure to do so, “will only further erode public trust,” in the IRS than it already is – if it’s even a possibility. What do you guys think about this – is there any reason that someone would use this language while in a position as professional as Lerner’s? Feel free to leave us your thoughts on the matter in the comments below.


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