More hubris from the Obama regime.
White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer on Sunday defended the Obama administration’s handling of the IRS scandal.
“What would be an actual real scandal in Washington would be if the president had been involved or had interfered in an IRS investigation,” Pfeiffer said on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
Pfeiffer said that the administration followed the “cardinal rule” of all White Houses.
Pfeiffer said the White House is remaining focused and will not going to let Republicans “drag Washington into a swamp of partisan fishing expeditions, trumped up hearings and false allegations.”
What convoluted horseshit. The IRS breaks the law, Obama goes along with it, but it’s not a “real” scandal.
Top level Obama officials (READ: Obama himself) knew about the IRS targeting tactics in June of 2012.
“Look, I can’t speak to the law here,” he said. “The law is irrelevant. The activity was outrageous and inexcusable.”
Where was Dear Leader during the Benghazi attacks?
(Fox News) Host Chris Wallace reminds Pfeiffer that Obama didn’t really talk with Secretary Clinton, Secretary Panetta, or Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, that night. “He was talking to his national security staff,” Pfeiffer insists.
Asked about whether the president entered the Situation Room, Pfeiffer says, “I don’t remember what room the president was in on that night, and that’s a largely irrelevant fact.”
Pfeiffer then argues that Wallace’s questions about the president’s handling of the Benghazi terror attack are “offensive.”
In response to each disclosure, Obama sends out another talking head to insult the intelligence of the American public.