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Jay Carney: ‘Sorry to disappoint’ but we found zero Lois Lerner emails on the White House’s end

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By Doug Powers  •  June 19, 2014 10:48 AM

**Written by Doug Powers

Jay Carney’s final briefing as White House press secretary was yesterday, and among his last official lies was to offer the results of a White House scan of their computers for any Lois Lerner emails. Surprisingly, the White House’s intensive search turned up nothing:

Spokesman Jay Carney told reporters on Wednesday that in response to a request from the House Ways and Means Committee, “We did in fact do a search for all communications between Lois Lerner and any person within the Executive Office of the President (EOP) for this period.

“We found zero emails, sorry to disappoint, between Lois Lerner and anyone within the EOP during this period. We found three emails where a third party emailed both Lois Lerner and officials within the EOP. One was a spam email, and two others were from a person seeking tax assistance. Each of these emails has been produced to Congress.”

That’s remarkable detail for a Carney response, don’t you think?

Carney’s replacement will be even less helpful.

**Written by Doug Powers

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