IRS’s Spock Apologizes For Parody Videos

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At House Oversight hearing, IRS official Faris Fink, aka Mr. Spock, said the agency’s parody videos were “well-intentioned” but “embarrassing.”

FARIS FINK: MR. CHAIRMAN, THOSE VIDEOS WERE AT THE TIME THEY WERE MADE, WERE AN ATTEMPT TO, IN A WELL INTENTIONED WAY USE HUMOR, THE STAR TREK VIDEO, TO OPEN THE CONFERENCE. THE DANCE VIDEO WAS USED TO CLOSE THE CONFERENCE.

THEY WOULD NOT OCCUR TODAY, BASED UPON ALL THE GUIDELINES THAT EXIST AND FRANKLY, THEY WERE NOT APPROPRIATE AT THAT TIME NEITHER.

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