Yes, believe it or not, an actual 2009 tweet from the company you paid to back up IRS emails https://t.co/oqjI9KbrIV
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) June 21, 2014
Yep. As Twitchy reported, Reason uncovered this tweet from Sonasoft, bragging about being the product that the IRS uses to backup its servers:
If the IRS uses Sonasoft products to backup their servers why wouldn't you choose them to protect your severs? http://www.sonasoft.com
— Sonasoft.com (@Sonasoft) October 9, 2009
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) June 21, 2014
It really is.
Citizens have some ideas for Sonasoft. Hey, it claims its products work, right?
— you enjoy itself (@youenjoyitself) June 21, 2014
So the emails cannot be lost now, can they?
— Jamie Waterman (@Pezric) June 21, 2014
Please retrieve all of Lois Lerner's emails, and have copies sent to the members of the House Oversight Committee by Monday
— Sam Valley (@SamValley) June 21, 2014
— Smoove Like Biden (@trueholygoat) June 21, 2014
@Sonasoft I will sign up for archiving my emails with you if you produce Lerner's emails
— sequoiagaia (@sequoiagaia) June 21, 2014
Not enough incentive?
Sonasoft is fundraising thru CrowdFunder. Aims to fund new cloud-based email archiving solution. https://t.co/MccylNDRIU
— Sonasoft.com (@Sonasoft) March 25, 2014
Well, what about some help with that?
@Sonasoft You'd get a ton of crowdfunding if you would give Congress Lois Lerner's emails.
— Andrew Wuestenfeld (@AndrewWuest) June 20, 2014
And an exit warning:
@instapundit If Sonasoft has the lost emails, this could get ugly. Just don't underestimate the lengths Obama Adm will go to protect itself
— cj kunz (@tpcjk) June 21, 2014
— paracaidista (@paracaidista505) June 21, 2014