SCUM: IRS Admits to Leaking Confidential Info Used Against Romney in 2012 Elections

The IRS is under fire again, this time for admitting to leaking confidential information to the Obama campaign during the 2012 presidential election. See below from The Gateway Pundit:

The IRS admitted this week to leaking the National Organization for Marriage‘s confidential information to far left groups. The IRS will pay the National Organization for Marriage $50,000.

The conservative group National Organization of Marriage accused the IRS of leaking documents to the Obama Campaign in 2012. A top Obama campaign official Joe Solomese used the information to attack Mitt Romney during the 2012 election.  The Huffington Post used the leaked documents in a story questioning former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney’s support for traditional marriage. The document showed Romney donated $10,000 to NOM.

The IRS agreed this week to pay only $50,000 in damages to the National Organization for Marriage after leaking confidential information to a leading gay marriage group.

Read more: The Gateway Pundit



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