The House Intelligence Committee chairman said the agency's purported intimidation of certain political groups "is as dangerous a problem the government can have":
CHRIS WALLACE: Congressman Rogers?
MIKE ROGERS: Well, the conclusion the IRS came to is that they did have agents who were engaged in intimidation of political groups is as dangerous a problem the government can have and I don't care if you're a conservative, a liberal, a Democrat or a Republican, this should send a chill up your spine. This is something that we cannot let stand. It needs to have a full investigation. I don't know where it stops or who is involved. Whoever is involved through a fact-based investigation, and it has to be external. It's clearly shown they can't do it themselves. And I think Congress needs to have that oversight. […]