Lois Lerner’s FEC colleague had her computer recycled, the emails are conveniently lost
Last month Darrell Issa expanded the investigation into Lois Lerner’s IRS targeting scandal when he subpoenaed 28 years worth of her emails dating back to the time when she was with the FEC. It seems as though her alleged targeting of political opponents began well before her tenure at the IRS.
As if it were not bad enough that Lois Lerner’s hard drive crashed, along with six other IRS employees who are allegedly involved in the IRS targeting scandal, it is now being reported that one of her colleagues in the FEC, April Sands, also had her hard drive recycled and the emails are not retrievable.
The Federal Election Commission recycled the computer hard drive of April Sands — a former co-worker of Lois Lerner’s — hindering an investigation into Sands’ partisan political activities, according to the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
April Sands has already resigned from the FEC for illegally using her position for political purposes:
Sands resigned from the Federal Election Commission in April after she admitted to violating the Hatch Act, which bars executive branch employees from engaging in partisan political activities on federal time and at federal facilities.
Now, conveniently, we will not find out what role, if any, Lois Lerner played in April Sands’s illegal activities. Lois Lerner is either the luckiest person in the world today or there is a conspiracy and an ongoing cover up designed to protect her, Barack Obama, and Eric Holder from the truth.