CNN's Drew Griffin broke into Wolf Blitzer's Newsroom report Wednesday afternoon to reveal new information about the investigation into the IRS' admission that they targeted conservatives during the 2012 election year. Griffin said a Congressional source told him that the acting commissioner of the IRS, Steven Miller, has identified two "rogue" employees in the agency's Cincinnati office, who he characterized as "off the reservation." The commissioner reportedly said the two, as yet unnamed, employees were "principally responsible for overly aggressive handling of Tea Party requests for tax exempt status over the past two years." Another source, according to Griffin, said that Miller confirmed that two employees have "already been disciplined."
"I suspect a lot of Republicans, especially, but there are a bunch of Democrats outraged by this as well," Blitzer said, "are going to suggest this may just be the tip of the iceberg, if you will. They're going to want to see who else could be implicated in this."