From the Cincinnati Enquirer:
Judge: There was "a strong showing" that IRS discriminated against conservative groups because of political stances. https://t.co/JM4OB4mgPC
— Enquirer (@Enquirer) November 17, 2016
A federal judge ruled this month in a lawsuit in the ongoing IRS tea party saga that there was “a strong showing” that the agency had discriminated against conservative groups because of their political stances.
And U.S. District Court Judge Michael R. Barrett wrote in a decision that a particular group suing the IRS “has made a strong showing of a likelihood of success” on its claim that its free speech rights were violated by the delay in processing the application.
— Gregory Korte (@gregorykorte) November 17, 2016
— Judicial Watch ? (@JudicialWatch) November 17, 2016