The Fox All Stars Panel open the segment with Congressman Jason Chaffetz voicing his opinion that the emails they seek from Lois Lernerâ€™s office havenâ€™t fallen off the end of the earth. â€œTheyâ€™re out there,â€ he says, â€œThey just donâ€™t want us to have them.â€
The supposed hard drive crash which lost the two yearâ€™s worth of emails is reported by the regime as occurring in 2011.
The panel, like most people capable of rational thought, isnâ€™t buying the story.
Charles Krauthammer starts things off by stating that people heâ€™s talked to, who have a computer expertise, tell him that any data lost in such a manner would be absolutely recoverable. He also reminds us that the second article of impeachment against Richard Nixon was one which accused him of abuse of the IRS to pursue political enemies.
Krauthammer says plainly, â€œthis is a high crime.â€
Ron Fourier of the National Journal describes the statement/denial by White House spokesman Josh Earnest as being insulting to his intelligence and really making him angry. He says for until proven otherwise, we have to presume a cover-up.
George Will shares that sentiment and says he has one question for the IRS. â€œHow many computers crashed back then? Was it just one, just Lois Lernerâ€™s?â€
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