Hey kids, guess what the local Fox affiliate here in Cincy found about the regional IRS office last night?
FOX19 has exclusively learned that as many as four people may be the first Cincinnati Internal Revenue Service (IRS) employees to face disciplinary action, and possibly even criminal charges, for allegedly targeting Tea Party and Liberty groups applying for non-profit status.
That’s four, not two. Just in case you can’t count, being a regular Fox viewer and all, they cover that again (emphasis theirs):
However, despite the claim of just two employees being involved, FOX19 has exclusively learned from two separate sources that there could be at least four Cincinnati employees involved.
Those four employees, whose names we have chosen to withhold until they have been officially confirmed, have each worked in the IRS Exempt Organizations Department.
And they have Sources(tm)!
One of FOX19’s two sources went on say that these four IRS workers claim “they simply did what their bosses ordered.”
This qualifies as a major national bombshell or something. Perhaps the President should rehire and re-fire Steven Miller as acting IRS Commissioner again to cover the other two IRS guys here in Cincy. You know, just in case you thought the GOP, the press, and the haters weren’t going to immediately move the goalposts after last night.