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    Voter Suppression Group ‘True the Vote’ sues IRS Over Their Right To Victimize Others Tax-Free

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    The Houston-based group True the Vote, filed suit in federal court Tuesday against the Internal Revenue Service over the agency’s processing of its request for tax-exempt status and what they claim is heightened IRS scrutiny.  The lawsuit states $85,000 in damages.

    But Why? Why can’t True the Vote get tax-exempt status to suppress the vote?

    Although True the Vote claims to be nonpartisan, it began as a Tea Party group called King Street Patriots which Catherine Engelbrecht founded. The group has worked closely with a variety of well-financed organizations, many unabashed in their desire to defeat President Obama, according to the New York Times in 2012.
    A polished and provocative video, circulating among Tea Party activists, seeks to raise a “cavalry” to march on swing states and identifies True the Vote as a participant in the effort, called Code Red USA.
    Code Red USA is financed by the Madison Project, a political action committee whose chairman is former Representative Jim Ryun, a Kansas Republican who was regarded as among the most conservative members of Congress.
    Engelbrechet said in a statement, “True the Vote is dedicated solely to promoting election integrity in our Republic..” Uh huh.
    True the Vote’s complaint:
    Aww, I feel so bad. I have a little tear coming out of my eye. Nah, my bad. That’s just mascara irritating my eye.
    Music time!
    Stop Your Sobbing:

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