Monday, May 20, 2013

...if you believe the IRS scrutiny is not coordinated from Washington, DC

.....then ask yourself why the Engelbrecht family of Texas has been investigated by the FBI twice, the IRS (four times), the BATF(twice), OSHA (which imposed fines for inconsequential violations which are usually ignored), and the Texas department of environmental quality--and each time with no violations of interest.

What are the odds that all of these agencies would continue the process of investigation when the initial investigations revealed nothing of interest?   The confluence of agencies involved, along with the sheer improbability of this investigation, suggest only one man who could be ultimately responsible, a man who lives at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

It's time to rein him in with the bounds of the law.

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