AL-QAEDA SPY WORKING FOR IRS!

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Because the IRS was too busy unethically scrutinizing conservative organizations applying for tax exempt status, they skimped on scrutinizing potential employees. As a result of that carelessness, the agency now has a known Al-Qaida spy in its ranks.

No, really:

Mohammad Weiss Rasool, whom the FBI busted last decade for tipping off an al-Qaida terrorist suspect, reportedly now works for the deputy IRS chief financial officer as a financial management analyst, drawing a lucrative salary at taxpayer expense.

According to investigative reporter Patrick Poole, who broke the explosive story in PJ Media, the Obama administration has let a Muslim man convicted of abusing sensitive government data have access to the sensitive financial data of millions of Americans at an agency known for abusing such information.

Astonishingly, the dangerous felon is still at the IRS, where he goes by the name “Weiss Russell.”

Prior to his position with the IRS, Rasool worked his way up the ranks to become a sergeant with the Fairfax County Police Department outside Washington, D.C. There, he breached a national criminal database at least 15 times to search for friends and family and determine whether they were on the terrorist watch list. One of the suspects he tipped off, Abdullah Alnoshan, was a close associate of Anwar Awlaki, an Al-Qaida cleric who aided some of the 9/11 hijackers. Awlaki was infamously killed by a U.S. drone strike in Yemen in Sept. 2011.

According to court papers, Rasool’s actions “damaged the integrity of the NCIC system and jeopardized at least one federal investigation.” And yet, somehow, he’s still employed by the IRS.

This is unacceptable and treacherous on the part of the IRS. Period.

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