Friday, August 2, 2013

IRS Chief Counsel William Wilkins a Big Donor and Loyal Democrat

 As witnesses have testified to the House Ways and Means Committee, the chief counsel for the Internal Revenue Service may have played a role in the IRS’s practice of reserving special scrutiny for Tea Party and other conservative political groups. William Wilkins, chief counsel and one of two political appointees at the IRS, was “closely involved in some of the applications” for tax-exempt status, according to a press release from the committee.


This is the face of a big donor to Barack Obama, William Wilkins.  He is one of only 2 political appointees by Barack Obama in the I.R.S. His office has been implicated in front of the U.S. Congress by I.R.S. employees in the targeting of TEA Party groups.

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