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  1. #1 Were 1 million pages of IRS info used to create Obama's secret database? 
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    Yes, it sounds crazy, but some good investigation by Sundance at the Treehouse:

    The “Secret Research Project” – Why Did The IRS Give The DOJ Twenty-One CD ROM’s?…
    https://theconservativetreehouse.com...y-one-cd-roms/

    In October 2015 the DOJ announced it was dropping the investigation into the IRS, Lois Lerner, and the unlawful sharing of taxpayer data in the IRS targeting investigation surrounding True The Vote et al.

    As a direct consequence of the DOJ decision, congressional inquiry into the IRS targeting matter seemingly dropped from the radar.

    However, if you draw a line from the original intent of the entire enterprise, the post-2010 mid-term “shellacking”/”secret research project“, forward to the 2016 election cycle an interested observer might still be left asking:

    “why did the IRS, through Lois Lerner, deliver the 1+ million pages of tax filings, to include the entire donor list of Tea Party and patriot groups, through 21 CD-ROMs and not by electronic data transfer. Information that was specifically sent to Eric Holder and the U.S. Department of Justice”?

    ...As a result of a trillion dollar stimulus filled with scheme and graft; and as a result of Obamacare being similarly schemed in backroom deals and late night votes; President Obama was “shellacked” in the November 2010 election....

    The Obama Team response to the 2010 Shellacking was to use the Dept. of Justice (AG Eric Holder) to weaponize the IRS and go after groups -like Tea Party Groups- organized under the financial umbrella of 501(c)(4) donation structuring.

    Years later, when the scheme was discovered – the White House denied knowledge (“not even a smidgen of corruption”), the DOJ feigned ignorance, and the IRS began working overtime trying to hide the construct of the prior communication, planning and strategy....

    ...Just before the IRS targeting scheme was fully discovered/comprehended, and seemingly overlooked by any curious media enterprise, in February 2013 representative Maxine Waters said:



    “The President has put in place an organization with the kind of database that no one has ever seen before in life. That’s going to be very, very powerful. That database will have information about everything on every individual on ways that it’s never been done before and whoever runs for President on the Democratic ticket has to deal with that. They’re going to go down with that database and the concerns of those people because they can’t get around it. And he’s [President Obama] been very smart. It’s very powerful what he’s leaving in place.”

    ....Lois Lerner’s and other IRS officials’ concerns about how to handle these donor lists came on the heels of an advisory from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) to her and other IRS officials in late March 2012 of “an audit we plan to conduct of the IRS’s process for reviewing applications for tax exemption by potential section 501(c)(4), 501(c)(5), and 501(c)(6) organizations.”

    March 2012 “audit we plan to conduct” was the IG notification for a pending investigation of IRS. Specifically of their handling of Conservative Groups filing applications and status.

    We all know the result of that investigation was a finding the IRS was indeed targeting conservative groups – hence the IRS scandal erupted in the headlines.

    However, far more troubling were later discoveries into the internal communications which suggested much more nefarious activity regarding the assembly of secret lists, the “Secret Research Project”....

    ...The American Center for Law and Justice put it thusly:

    "We know the IRS unconstitutionally targeted conservative groups. We know they illegally demanded, obtained, and held the donor lists of these conservative organizations. Now we learn that in 2012, the height of the targeting, the IRS was involved in a “secret research project” with this confidential, illegally obtained donor information."

    That’s more than a big deal. It’s potentially criminal.

    The very fact that the IRS was using the phrase “secret research project” should give every American pause. But the fact that this project was conducted as part of a well-orchestrated effort to target and silence conservative Americans is utterly disturbing....

    ...Now, again, ask yourself: Why would Lois Lerner be delivering 21 CD-ROMs of data, lists of every American who joined arms with the Tea Party, to Eric Holder in the DOJ instead of just transferring that data over their internal computer systems?

    WASHINGTON […] “After the Justice Department turned over the database to the Oversight Committee this month in response to a subpoena, the Justice Department says it was informed by IRS officials that it contains legally protected taxpayer information that should not have ever been sent to the FBI and it now plans to return the full database to the IRS,” a statement from the oversight committee said.

    According to material obtained by the committee, the IRS sent the FBI “21 disks constituting a 1.1 million page database of information from 501(c)(4) tax exempt organizations, to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.”

    The transaction occurred in October 2010...
    The "secret data base" may have come from the 21 CDs with over a million pages of information on conservative groups, taxpayer donors, etc. It has been suggested that CDs leave no record of who looks at them, unlike computer files.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elspeth View Post
    It has been suggested that CDs leave no record of who looks at them, unlike computer files.
    I'm not sure that's the case anymore, since maybe 5-years ago.

    Devices began being built to sync-up... with anything you might add to your audio/visual, etc., systems.

    And Jarrett's dummies wouldn't be committed enough to constantly swap CD-players. They'd use the same player for multiple viewings of the same CD. That's where Bluetooth-ish technology might get 'em.

    I wonder how the Lerner's mailbox and front-yard are doing? There's so many kids on ATV's these days...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cadillac shark View Post
    I'm not sure that's the case anymore, since maybe 5-years ago.

    Devices began being built to sync-up... with anything you might add to your audio/visual, etc., systems.

    And Jarrett's dummies wouldn't be committed enough to constantly swap CD-players. They'd use the same player for multiple viewings of the same CD. That's where Bluetooth-ish technology might get 'em.

    I wonder how the Lerner's mailbox and front-yard are doing? There's so many kids on ATV's these days...
    Good to know!
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    The deep state is alive and well.


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