“Do you believe in the Easter Bunny? In Santa Claus? That Lois Lerner’s emails went missing?” asked John King on his Sunday “Inside Politics” show.
The idea that the former chief of the Exempt Division of the Internal Revenue Service had lost all her emails due to a computer crash in January, 2009, and that 13 months of investigation went by before Congress was notified, proved ripe fodder for ridicule across America. CNN’s chief national correspondent gladly participated in the frolic.
Nancy Pelosi attempts to shut up San Fran archbishop; warns him not attend ‘March for Marriage’
Watch guests Julie Pace of the Associated Press and Manu Raju from POLITICO explain why no one in Washington is gullible enough to buy this fairy tale, via GOPICYMI YouTube.
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