I’d love to have a polygraph done on anyone denying it. This should be front-page news until the issue is closed. The notion that 7 people lost just the emails related to the scandal and that there are no backups anywhere is so ludicrous that to deny it is to be complicit in the cover-up.
Consider Watergate vs. the IRS abuses, via Protecting the Precious | RedState.
The whole thing involved, in large part, 18 minutes out of 300,000 minutes of audio tape and a potential cover up of a crime. Editorialists at the time were calling for a deeper investigation. They denounced Bork for firing Cox — an act he clearly did not want to do. The media demanded independence, a congressional investigation, and scalps.In Washington today, the circle of jerks covering President Obama is more interested in scalping the Redskins than getting to the bottom of how 7 employees of the IRS could suddenly have their emails erased with no backups. So many of their spouses work for President Obama, they feel their chief duty is to protect their precious.