Time to 'find those geeks' in IRS email mess, congressman says

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Is a war on nerds brewing?

In light of missing IRS emails, some lawmakers are calling for a dive deep into data to figure out how emails, which might be incriminating, vanished from the hard drive of former IRS official Lois Lerner.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, is holding out hope that the emails can be recovered. On Tuesday, he appeared on Fox News and declared, “We’ve got to find those geeks and those nerds,” according to Politico.

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