Trey Gowdy Trys to Stay Calm While Impeaching IRS Commissioner, Not Mike Kelly!

by Thinker
Trey Gowdy Trys to Stay Calm While Impeaching IRS Commissioner and exposing corruption Americans thought was only in the movie.

Agenda 21 not for the good of Americans, but taking profits for dual citizens higher than ever? is the battle between the two governments in the USA happening now? Is good exposing evil on both sides of the political arena? Did IRS say, “If we think your guilty we can take your money and everything your have?” Politician for the People Congressman Mike Kelly Screams At IRS for Seizing American’s Assets!

John Andrew Koskinen (born June 30, 1939) is an American businessman and public official of Finnish descent. He served as the Non-Executive Chairman of Freddie Mac from September 2008 to December 2011, retiring from the board in February 2012. On December 20, 2013, Koskinen was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to head the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as Commissioner of Internal Revenue. On August 1, 2013, the White House announced President Obama would nominate Koskinen as Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service. On December 20, 2013, the Senate voted 56-39 for cloture on the nomination, thereby cutting off a Republican-led filibuster. Senators then confirmed Koskinen in a 59-36 vote.
On December 23, 2013, he was sworn in as the 48th IRS Commissioner.
Koskinen took office following the IRS scandal in which conservative political groups were targeted for extensive scrutiny by the IRS. The Washington Post awarded Koskinen “Three Pinocchios” for stating during congressional testimony on March 26, 2014 that “the inspector general found inappropriate criteria were used to select organizations for further review — he did not refer to it as targeting.” [b]In June 2014, Koskinen informed Congress that 30,000 emails from the account of a central figure in the scandal, Lois Lerner, had been lost. [/b]It later came to light that Koskinen had known about the lost emails in April and had waited until the information was disclosed in a court case to notify Congress. Koskinen stated: “We confirmed that backup tapes from 2011 no longer existed because they have been recycled, pursuant to the IRS normal policy.”
In September 2014, the Treasury Department Inspector General reported that it had found 760 tapes from which it later recovered Lerner’s emails.