Remember when Obama’s IRS was accused of purposefully targeting conservative groups? In 2013 a whistleblower claimed that the IRS was purposefully delaying conservative groups’ nonprofit status for months or years. Since those revelations came to light, conservatives have been trying to hold IRS officials accountable.
Progress is finally being made. One of the groups that sued the IRS over the allegations, True the Vote, had a victory in the courts last week in their four-year-old lawsuit.
The US District Court for District of Columbia ordered the IRS to release the names of the employees involved in targeting conservative groups, explain why those groups were targeted, and look for more records of possible targeting within IRS databases.
True the Vote president Catherine Engelbrecht was delighted at the court’s ruling, telling