DC IRS supervisor oversaw tea party vetting in 2010

The IRS scandal has taken a back seat in the last couple of weeks as all the media oxygen has been sucked up by the NSA revelations. But House investigators are making steady progress in unraveling what actuall happened - as opposed to the IRS narrative about "rogue" agents in Cincinnati being responsible for the whole mess. Fox News: A Washington-based IRS supervisor acknowledged she was personally involved in reviewing Tea Party applications for tax-exempt status as far back as 2010, Fox News confirms -- a detail that further challenges the agency's initial claim that the practice of singling out those groups was limited to a handful of employees in Ohio.  Congressional sources confirmed to Fox News that Holly Paz, who until recently was a top deputy in the division that handles applications for tax-exempt status, told congressional investigators she reviewed 20 to 30 applications. Some requests languished for more than a year without action.  The account...(Read Full Post)