CNN’s Jake Tapper zings conservative-targeting IRS on Twitter: ‘So … um’

Heh. Two little words that say so much. As Twitchy reported, the IRS has admitted that it targeted conservative groups during the 2012 election season. The IRS pathetically claimed it wasn’t politically motivated.  Liar liar, pants on fire.

And the always pitiful Jay Carney tried to blame it on … Bush. No, for real.

Stop! Our aching sides!

The New York Times tried to bury the story, natch. CNN’s Jake Tapper is not burying it and took to Twitter to zing the agency. Twitter users loved it.

As for @IRSnews? This is its latest tweet:

Twitter user @SHannitysHair has a few questions.

Indeed.

Related:

Report: IRS flagged groups involved in ‘educating on the Constitution and Bill of Rights’

AP shocker: Senior IRS officials knew conservative groups were being targeted

Whoa: Did the IRS also target Jewish groups for ‘extra-special attention’?

NYT buries story on IRS bullying conservatives; Flashback: Editorial board applauded witch hunt in 2012

Desperation: Carney ties Bush, Romney to IRS scandal and Benghazigate 

Math is hard: Awful IRS spokeswoman admits she’s also ‘not good at math’

IRS: Our Tea Party witch hunt wasn’t ‘motivated by political bias’; No comment on disciplinary action

AP: IRS is totally sorry for targeting groups with names that include ‘tea party’ or ‘patriot’

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