One of the conservative groups speaking out against the IRS has unveiled a slew of information indicating that the tax agency should have no role in collecting healthcare information under ObamaCare.
We already know their scum. But this nonsense involving targeting conservative groups just further solidifies the agency’s scuminess (for lack of a better word). Moreover, the IRS is now being indicted by John Doe company (that’s how they are referring to themselves as) for presenting health information that is not legally permitted.
Meanwhile, the agency has already been confronted with a case from a group claiming it confiscated over 60 million medical records of over 10 million American citizens. The Blaze continues:
The complaint filed by John Doe Company against 15 John Doe IRS agents (this is how the plaintiff and defendants are identified) states that these records could include those of every California state judge, state court employees, members of the Screen Actor’s Guild and the Directors Guild, and “prominent citizens in the world of entertainment, business and government, from all walks of life.”
Court House News reports that the records were stolen while the IRS was probing a tax situation with a warrant for a former employee. The warrant provided the IRS with an order to obtain financial records of this particular employee, “not seizure of any health care or medical record of any persons, least of all third parties completely unrelated to the matter.”
Not one of the 10 million citizens was under criminal or civil investigations, not to mention the fact that their health records are irrelevant.
Remaining complacent in the matter would be unacceptable. But despite how revealing the controversy develops, we’re talking about the IRS, a seemingly impenetrable agency of the federal government. Good luck.