A three Judge Panel of the Cincinnati-based federal U.S.Court of Appeals for the 6th circuit told the IRS they have two weeks to show documents with the names of organizations it targeted. Norcal Tea Party Patriots claim they were targeted from getting tax exempt status during Obama’s second run for President. They feel they were treated unfairly for political purposes. No doubt the Democratic party and the Obama regime was behind all of this.
Norcal Tea Party Patriots have waited a long long time for this demand. The IRS has been stalling for years about coming up with these documents. Excuses from them will not work any longer.It’s finally here by law and order .
The unanimous ruling is part of a law-suit that’s been filed by the Patriots.
“The lawyers in the Department of Justice have a long and storied tradition of defending the nation’s interests and enforcing its laws … The conduct of the IRS’s attorneys in the district court falls outside that tradition,” the opinion said.
Citizens for Self-Governance President, Mr. Mark Meckler who is paying for the law-suit, was pleased by the courts decision to make this a demanded time-sensitive issue. He said,“We are very pleased that the 6th Circuit had smacked down the IRS and its thuggish DOJ lawyers,” Meckler told FoxNews.com, adding that he felt the IRS is an “unredeemable organization.”
A section of the ruling writes that:
The issues at hand are IRS “Be On the Lookout” lists of organizations allegedly targeted for unfavorable treatment because of their political beliefs.Those organizations in turn make up the plaintiff class. The district court ordered production of those lists, and did so again over an IRS motion to reconsider. Yet, almost a year later, the IRS still has not complied with the court’s orders. Instead the IRS now seeks from this court a writ of mandamus, an extraordinary remedy reserved to correct only the clearest abuses of power by a district court. We deny that petition.
This order was decided and denied on March 22, 2016. This will be interesting to hear if the IRS Commissioner, John Koskinen will comply or else?