“This is by far the most aggressive assault on the inspector general concept since the beginning,” said Paul Light, a New York University professor who has studied the system. “It’s the complete evisceration of the concept. You might as well fold them down. They’ve become defanged.”
The administration has been doing this for 7 years – why is the NYT only now discovering it? Because before, the suppression and evasiveness was directed at thwarting Congressional investigations into the IRS’s enemy list and Hillary Clinton’s emails, which were good things. These investigations have been looking at offensives the Times wants punished.
Dollar Bill must be peeing in his bedpan while he awaits orders on how to respond and think [sic] about this.