What a co-ink-i-dink. The same Wilkins who helped bail Obama’s pal, Jeremiah “God Damn America” Wright, out of an IRS probe.
From Fox News.
A top IRS official and Obama appointee – who recently has emerged as a key figure in the IRS targeting scandal — may have met with President Obama just days before his office put out new guidance on how the agency screens conservative groups.
White House visitor logs show that a “William Wilkins” was at the White House on April 23, 2012, for a meeting with Obama. It’s unclear whether this is the same William Wilkins as the political appointee who leads the IRS Office of Chief Counsel and who was described last week as having played a role in the screening of Tea Party groups seeking tax-exempt status.
The visitor logs do not detail the purpose of the visit. Neither the IRS nor the White House has responded to questions from FoxNews.com on whether this was the same William Wilkins.
If it is, the meeting could add to the suspicion among Republicans about why IRS appointees were meeting with the White House during that time period. Records show that then-IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman went to the White House dozens of times. The logs even show Shulman visited the White House on April 24 – one day after the Wilkins meeting.
The meeting would have also come days before the chief counsel’s office issued new guidance on how to screen conservative groups.
Just so you understand Dougie’s enthusiasm for his job, his wife collaborated with the “Occupy” thugs, and he launched a program that will ‘globalize tax administration’ and target “high wealth individuals”.
Wilkins is just more of the same corruption; willing to serve as a tool for Obama’s lawlessness.
- Boom! IRS Chief Counsel Met With Obama 2 Days Before IRS Released Criteria to Target Tea Party Groups (thegatewaypundit.com)
- IRS “Tea Party Plot” leads directly to Obama political appointee William Wilkins (bob-owens.com)
- IRS chief counsel met with Obama two days before issuing new BOLO (hotair.com)
- William Wilkins: The G. Gordon Liddy Of The IRS Scandal? (dickmorris.com)