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The Internal Revenue Service has an enormous credibility problem, especially when it comes to charitable organizations. But instead of addressing that issue to increase the public’s confidence, the agency is seeking to increase its influence and power over, you guessed it, charitable organizations – otherwise known as 501(c)3 organizations.

A recent Rasmussen poll found that just 31 percent of voters trust the scandal-ridden agency. The IRS has done nothing to change that. Indisputable evidence continues to mount about the extent of the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups under the Obama administration. If anyone needs a refresher on the extent of their shameful, unconstitutional violation of conservative groups’ rights, just watch this clip of Rep. Aaron Shock (R-Ill.) asking Steven T. Miller, the acting Commissioner of Internal Revenue from 2012 to 2013, about the agency’s questioning of Christian conservative groups about “the content of their prayers.”

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