The Internal Revenue Service already has confessed to targeting and trying to injure tea party, Constitution and patriot organizations, by demanding answers to arbitrary questions and delaying their applications for a tax status so they could operate.
Now WND has learned that the IRS also put an organization in its bullâs-eye that wanted to do nothing more than share its pro-life message with churches.
Shinn said the IRS contacted him regarding his application for nonprofit status, and was told he didnât qualify.
âThe representative was telling me I had to provide information on all aspects of abortion, I couldnât just educate the church from the pro-life perspective,â he said. âEvery time I pressed her on this issue and asked her to clarify her position, she would state that it wasnât what she was saying, and then, she would repeat it almost the same way.â...