Former IRS official Lois Lerner granted an interview to the Department of Justice in the last six months but has twice refused to tell the House Oversight Committee what she knows. Why would Lerner talk to the one entity that can prosecute her and refuse to talk to the one entity that cannot? The answer is that the DOJ has no interest in holding her accountable while the House Committee has limited options; that doesn’t mean it hasn’t any at all.
In fact, Lerner can be put behind bars without the DOJ but it will require the efforts of three men. Who are they?
Another disturbing reality within the IRS has reared its head. Investors Business Daily reported that an al-Qaeda spy named Mohammad Weiss Rasool, who was actually convicted for his crime, now works for the IRS as a financial management analyst for the deputy IRS chief financial officer:
Rasool at first claimed he didn’t know the terrorist target. He confessed only after hearing a recording of his message for the suspect, Abdullah Alnoshan, a close associate of al-Qaida cleric Anwar Awlaki, who had helped some of the 9/11 hijackers in Fairfax County, Va.
Rasool finally pleaded guilty to illegally searching a federal database.
Today, Rasool is a financial management analyst for the Deputy IRS Chief Financial Officer. While the Fort Hood shooting victims have not been awarded Purple Hearts or deserved benefits because the actions of Nidal Malik Hasan – who was inspired by Awlaki – were deemed to be a case of workplace violence, a man who helped an ally of Awlaki, works at the IRS despite having been convicted.
The Moscow Times reported that Russian troops are actually in Crimea to fight anti-Russian sentiment and Nazis:
Russia will not annex Crimea. It has enough territory already. At the same time, however, it will also not stand by passively while Russophobic and neo-Nazi gangs hold the people of Crimea, Kharkiv and Donetsk at their mercy.
There are a few ironic problems with that assessment; a pro-Russian separatist from Donetsk has a history that includes being a member of a neo-Nazi group. Cliff Kincaid of America’s Survival, explains in an article entitled, “Exposing Putin’s Propaganda” that a Putin adviser named Aleksandr Dugin has ties to neo-Nazism.