Lois & him

Lois Lerner was out for a walk with her dog when Jason Mattera accosted her regarding her wrongdoing on behalf of the Obama administration at the IRS. She has a lot to answer for and we may never get beyond something like Mattera’s attempted ambush interview (posted here, on Jason’s Daily Surge site).

Jason delights in serving up to Democrats the Alinskyite tactics in which they specialize. I don’t think we can win the battle like this. This may be how Michael Moore got rich, but my reaction is that Jason performs the difficult task of eliciting sympathy for Lerner.

Still, I don’t understand why Lerner doesn’t tell him, much as she would like to, she can’t comment, or she declines to comment, or he should screw off, or whatever. Why run away? I’m not sure.

This is what I find interesting. Seeking refuge from Mattera, Lerner goes up to a neighbor’s house and bangs on the door. The neighbor won’t let her in; the neighbor pleads from behind the door that she has had surgery and is in no condition to play host. Lerner shouts out to the neighbor behind the door to call the police.

Behind Lerner and Jason, a stranger approaches. Is it the police answering Lerner’s call for help?

No such luck for Lerner. It’s the husband of the woman who won’t open the door. As the husband returns home, he throws Lerner off his property. “I don’t want her in the house,” he explains.


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