Here's What Else Needs to be Said
Larry Connors, a veteran local news anchor at KMOV Channel 4 in St. Louis, says that the Internal Revenue Service has been targeting him since an April 2012 interview he conducted with President Obama -- a fact that he dismissed as coincidence until the recent reports about the IRS targeting conservative groups.
"Shortly after I did my April 2012 interview with President Obama, my wife, friends and some viewers suggested that I might need to watch out for the IRS. I don't accept 'conspiracy theories', but I do know that almost immediately after the interview, the IRS started hammering me," Connors wrote on his Facebook page late Monday night.
Connors did not specify how the IRS has been "hammering" him. He did not immediately respond to a request for calrification.
Keep spinning, Politico. Keep spinning -- you may get your Savior out of this yet. But don't count on it.
Incidentally, Connor is a St. Louis institution. He's been anchoring the news there at least since I was in middle school, and I have zero clue what his politics are or might be. You know, the way it's supposed to be done. The idea that the IRS would go after him in this way is offensive and just a little frightening.
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