House Republicans Considering Impeachment Of IRS Commissioner

IRS destroyed e-mails after telling Congress they couldn’t be found

 House Republicans investigating the IRS’s targeting of tea-party groups are seriously considering an effort to impeach IRS commissioner John Koskinen or other agency employees for “culpable misdemeanors” pertaining to the destruction of e-mails written by Lois Lerner, the former official at the heart of the scandal.

“We’ve briefed the leadership’s counsel, and I think that they’re open to it, but it’s the type of thing where this town is like, ‘oh, that’s not how we do things, it’s not really been used lately,’” a Republican member of the House Oversight & Reform Committee says. “But, quite frankly, we really haven’t had executive branch officials behave this way like we do now.”

The ultimate decision depends on their ability to demonstrate that the IRS has obstructed the investigation — a public case that might begin Thursday, when the Treasury Department’s inspector general announces that IRS officials destroyed the files “most likely to have contained Lerner’s emails” after telling Congress they could not be found according to the IG
Hannity: IRS Commissioner Koskinen is an 'Arrogant Little Deceptive Jackass' Who Was Brought in By Obama to 'Stonewall, Delay and Protect the Administration' (AUDIO)