A case of what’s good for the goose is good for the gander. Lois Lerner should be wearing an orange jumpsuit for the rest of her unnatural life. In this short clip (which also contains a promotion for his new book) Jason Mattera hunts down Lois Lerner walking her dogs, and gives her a dose of her own intimidating medicine – Which she obviously doesn’t like. Bear in mind, how she has lied through her pointy teeth and used the United States government as a weapon against political dissent! Even little old me and my “S” corp showed up on her Cincinnati hit-list of her and the rogue fraud “president’s” conservative opponents. Her picture should hang next to every other low life, two bit criminal this country has ever known. When the elderly neighbor says “I don’t want her in my house” it is priceless.
IRS official Lois Lerner was so desperate to avoid questioning from journalist Jason Mattera that she tried to force herself into her neighbor’s home. When Mattera pursued Lerner in her Bethesda, Md., neighborhood to ask about the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups, Lerner made a beeline for her neighbor’s door. Lerner’s neighbor cracked the door, but seemed offended that Lerner was attempting to seek refuge in her house.
“I’ve had surgery, can you wait?” the neighbor asked. Lerner refused to answer Mattera’s questions about missing emails, targeting conservatives, and requests for an apology. Instead, Lerner asked her neighbor to call the police on Mattera and his cameraman. When her neighbor’s husband approached the front door to see what was happening, Lerner finally realized she was not going to be let in.
“I don’t want her in the house,” the man said. “Out!” Lerner made a quick getaway and continued to dodge Mattera’s questions.
“I wouldn’t want her in my house either,” Mattera said to the man. “She might bring the government after you.”
Dare We The People proclaim “poetic justice was served?!” After all – What’s good for the goose is good for the gander…
Source Washington Free Beacon; Jason Mattera; and personal archives…