During an interview with Bill O’Reilly on Super Bowl Sunday, President Obama said that the IRS’s admitted targeting of conservative groups did not have even a “smidgen of corruption” involved, but rather was the result of “boneheaded decisions” (because a government official pleading the Fifth during questioning is always the best evidence nothing underhanded is going on, or something).

At a House hearing featuring the testimony of witnesses who were allegedly the victims of IRS targeting, South Carolina GOP Rep. Trey Gowdy destroyed Obama’s “not a smidgen of corruption” assertion, asking how Obama could possibly make that call.

This dismantling was a thing of beauty: