The fix has beeen in since day one of the first leaks. In fact, the first leaks themselves were fixed:
The watchdog group Judicial Watch announced Thursday that it had obtained emails showing that former IRS official Lois Lerner gave protected information to the Federal Elections Commission.
Don’t expect the Gentry GOP to do anything about it, either:
Despite an unprecedented series of White House scandals — including, but not limited to gun-running to Mexican drug cartels, the Benghazi cover-up, IRS-gate, and repeated perjurious testimony to Congress — John Boehner refuses to name a Select Investigative Committee or demand a Special Prosecutor.
BTW, Doug Ross has the same strategy for dealing with Boehner that I do:
While there are grassroots efforts emerging to primary Boehner in Ohio’s 8th District – and we wish them all possible success — the time has come to consider an alternative plan. A nuclear option, if you will.
Assuming that Boehner wins his primary in OH-8, I suggest we rally support among Tea Party and Constitutional Conservatives in that district to vote. To vote Democrat.
That single seat has virtually no chance of swinging the majority in the House one way or the other. A newly elected Democrat in that very Red seat will be a back-bencher and virtually powerless. This will give time to the district (and it is a very conservative district by all accounts) to assemble a credible candidate should one not emerge in 2014.