EMAIL COVERUP EXPOSED: IRS Has a Contract with an Email Backup Company Since 2005

Wait a minute? Last week the IRS commissioner claimed that he lost all the emails of the very IRS hacks that are under investigation. But now we find that the IRS had hired an email backup company?

So… shouldn’t this backup company have the emails in question?

Here is what I wrote at Breitbart.com yesterday:

As IRS commissioner John Koskinen sat on Capitol Hill belatedly informing a Congressional committee of the “disappearance” of years of email communications from a host of IRS employees under investigation–including Lois Lerner–it was discovered that the IRS had hired an email backup company to prevent just such a loss of data.

After the commissioner’s testimony, a Twitter user went hunting for info on the IRS and discovered that as far back as 2005 a company named Sonasoft had announced that it had been awarded a data backup contract from the IRS. Even as late as 2009, the company had tweeted about its association with the taxing agency.

So, how is it that commissioner Koskinen was so sure during his testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee that all the emails of the very IRS operatives under investigation just happened to have disappeared forever?

Did Mr. Koskinen check with Sonasoft to see if the backup company had the emails? Does he even know of Sonasoft’s existence?

Well, Mr. Koskinen?

Also, I want to point out again that this jerk was the CEO of the failed lending giant Freddie Mac–one of the criminal groups that started the whole financial practice due to their loose lending practices.

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