Time to move on?

Perhaps one of the most troubling aspects of the many current scandals is the effort to shut them down and pretend they are “solved” and properly handled.

“The left is doing all that it can to keep the focus off Washington in this scandal. The latest attempt came just days ago when Rep. Elijah E. Cummings of Maryland, one of the top House Democrats leading the congressional probe of the IRS, made the proclamation that the “case is solved” — and that it’s time for the nation to “move on.” This disturbing about-face by Mr. Cummings is a reflection of the Obama administration’s desire to sweep this unconscionable abuse under the rug as quickly as possible.

His comments directly contradict what he had said just days earlier when he called for a “thorough investigation” to restore “truth and trust.” He was very concerned during the hearing of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee about getting to the bottom of what transpired at the IRS.”

Jay Sekulow describes the situation as moving a Washington scandal out of town.
“No one really thinks the case is solved. The left just wants it to go away.”
Attacking and blaming the victims, minimizing the events, castigating any who ask questions, denial and evasion of reality … the list of behaviors is common and telling.

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