True the Votes’ lead counsel, Cleta Mitchell, explained in an email to The Daily Caller that she does not know whether the employees, if found to be
liable in the lawsuit True the Vote filed against the IRS and its employees Tuesday, would pay out of pocket or take other avenues such as accessing union funds or homeowners insurance. Either way,
she noted, the group will pursue its action."
During the 2012 election, the Obama team tapped Bauer to lead the legal teams for the campaign and the Democratic National Committee. Among his initiatives: fighting voter ID laws enacted by a number of states in an effort to combat voter fraud. During his time as the team’s organizer, Bauer told the Associated Press that he believes that the GOP is enlisting these new laws to impede the right to vote.
"DOJ's Witch Hunt against True the Vote," Town Hall.
Washington Times: A Texas group dedicated to combatting voter fraud applied for tax-exempt status in 2010 and has suffered three years of delays, been through four different IRS agents, undergone six FBI inquiries and submitted thousands of pages of documentation — and it still hasn’t been approved.
Houston Chronicle: "Advocacy" Group Sues. (I doubt they ever list a left leaning litigation shop as an advocacy group. Indeed, they don't.)
Washington Times: "Faced with a firestorm of questions about his shifting narrative on the IRS targeting of conservative groups, as well as the White House’s involvement in changing Benghazi talking points and snooping on reporters’ phone records, Mr. Carney abandoned the narrative that the targeting is no longer active. . . . When asked why she is still employed at the IRS, Mr. Carney said he thinks “it’s important to find the facts before you hold people accountable.” [Of course we know in this administration, even after the facts are found, people aren't held accountable.]
Red Alert Politics. "While the federal government investigates the Internal Revenue Service, one targeted organization isn’t waiting around for the ruling."
New York Newsday.