I went on a quest to find the “Great Inspector General Reports Throughout History” to save you the time and effort of doing the same. Watch the short video below to see what I found...
Well the IG report just came out (June 2018) and it’s Deja Vu all over again! It’s exactly like the James Comey news conference in the summer of 2016 when he said, "yes, Hillary broke all these laws, but she didn’t really INTEND to break all these laws, so there's nothing to prosecute." (Try that for your next speeding ticket!) The OIG report basically concludes with the same kind of pass - "yes, the department was caught making really biased decisions, and yes they were caught speaking in really biased ways, and yes they were caught taking really biased actions, buuuut, there’s no actual “documentary or testimonial” proof of any political bias. None at all. Not even a smidgen." Yada yada yada. It's Comey, two point oh.
That said, this IG report may actually prove to be rather impactful, consequential, etc. in the same way Comey’s newser was. You see, while the newser itself was a snoozer, the people saw through the charade. It angered them and they showed up to vote against the corrupt establishment, which is one of the reasons Trump kept confounding the pollsters. That same phenomenon will likely result from this report and the follow-ups to come.
Well the latest IG report just came out (August 2019) re: James Comey, and the exact same paragraphs can be written today. I won't bother rewriting, so just read 'em again! ;-) .
And this is an evergreen post. It applies equally to all subsequent OIG reports.