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Denying even a smidgen of corruption, Obama blames FOX for IRS scandal

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In Sunday’s interview with Bill O’Reilly, Mr. Obama declared that “there is not even a smidgen of corruption” in his administration. All of the scandals that have erupted over the five years he has been president, he says, are phony constructs of FOX News and reporters like Bill O’Reilly. From the four dead Americans at the embassy in Benghazi, the dead border patrol agent and hundreds of Mexicans killed by guns sold to drug dealers in Operation Fast & Furious, IRS targeting conservative groups to deny tax exempt status to defund their campaigns, to the NSA spying on AP reporters, and ObamaCare lies that people’s current plans were grandfathered into the new tax law, and that no one would lose the coverage they have are all the fraudulent manifestations of right wing media, says President Barack Hussein Obama.

Obama denies IRS corruption or any other

Having won the Lie of the Year award for denying he ever said that people would not lose their insurance because of ObamaCare, for Barack Obama to declare there is no corruption in his administration when all the evidence proves it is so plagued by and filled with corruption is nothing less than pathologically sociopathic. His denial that he ever said he wanted to “fundamentally transform” the United States because of his belief that he must make America “fair” for everyone is further proof that he is the fetid heart of that corruption. Obama’s presidency is a festering boil on the face of liberty that is erupting pus to deface the American Dream and scar the nation that afforded a man like himself to rise to the heights of power.

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