HERE ARE THE 5 MOST INTERESTING MOMENTS FROM TUESDAY’S HEARING ON THE IRS SCANDAL
May. 21, 2013 7:29pm Becket Adams
The Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday held a hearing on the Internal Revenue Service’s targeting of conservative groups.
Witnesses at the four-hour hearing included former IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman, who headed the agency during the period when it “aggressively” discriminated against conservative groups, Treasury Department Inspector General J. Russell George, and ousted IRS interim chief Steven Miller.
Despite the fact that the hearing, the second Congress has held on this explosive issue, was dominated by Shulman and Miller’s “I don’t knows” and “I’m not sures,” there were still a few noteworthy moments.
Here are the five most intriguing moments from Tuesday’s hearing on the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups [in no particular order]:
5. EX-IRS CHIEF’S PSEUDO “APOLOGY”
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