Smidgens and Conspiracy

h/t: PJ Media
Remember this?

Our Constitutional Law Professor-in-Chief said there wasn’t a smidgen of corruption in the IRS relating to the targeting of Conservative Non-Profit Organizations.  Lois Lerner pleaded the 5th.

The folks at Judicial Watch smelled a dirty smidgen, and requested documents related to the IRS targeting; and they have published some newly-released emails detailing a meeting between IRS, DOJ, and FBI.  From the Judicial Watch article:

The new IRS documents include a October 11, 2010 “DOJ Recap” memo sent by IRS Exempt Organizations Tax Law Specialist Siri Buller to Lerner and other top IRS officials explaining an October 8 meeting with representatives from the Department of Justice Criminal Division’s Public Integrity Section and “one representative from the FBI” to discuss the possible criminal prosecution of nonprofit organizations for alleged political activity:

The article reproduces the recap memo, which makes very interesting reading, but only if by “interesting”, you mean that the memo proves that the IRS turned over 1.25 million confidential tax documents illegally to the FBI.  Don’t take my word for it, though; just follow the link above and see for yourselves.

It’s okay, y’all…no scandal here, ’cause Eric Holder investigated the whole thing and he didn’t find anything worth prosecuting.