Isn’t it weird when confidential tax information belonging to a conservative group, information that only the IRS has access to, is leaked and published on the website of a liberal political opponent?
Check it out:

The IRS is paying out $50,000 in a settlement to the National Organization for Marriage after admitting the agency gave the group’s tax information to the Human Rights Campaign, which used the information to attack the group publicly.

The IRS has admitted wrongdoing and agreed to pay a $50,000 settlement to a conservative group after confidential information from the group’s tax returns about its donors was published on the website of a political opponent.