Michael Horowitz – America’s Joke-Telling DMV Sloth

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Tired of all this #WINNING yet? Nope, not a chance. – The S&P 500 set another record close on Thursday, with the Dow Jones Industrials and NASDAQ coming withing a few points of record finishing levels of their own. The Democrat tears are threatening to cause the sea levels to rise at this point.

You seriously could never make this stuff up. – The Washington Post, in its role as mouthpiece for the Deep State, published and then amended a piece Thursday evening that initially contained encouraging news about the potential release of the long-delayed report from plodding, obfuscating, delaying DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz on all the rampant abuse of the FISA system that was engaged in by the Coup Cabal. Attorney General William Barr had told reporters Wednesday evening that he believed the release of the Horowitz Report was, in his words, “imminent,” and the initial version of the Post’s report appeared to back that up.

According to the Deep State toadies at the Post, members of the Cabal are now complaining to their favorite fake news outlet that mean ol’ Horowitz isn’t letting their lawyers drag this thing out even further by delaying offering “comments” on the parts of the report that deal with their clients.

Here’s the key passage:

The Justice Department Inspector General’s office has told witnesses who are set to review draft sections of its long-awaited report on the FBI investigation of President Trump’s 2016 campaign that they will not be allowed to submit written feedback — one in a series of unusual restrictions that some fear could make the final document less accurate, people familiar with the matter said.

As is the case in most inspector general probes, witnesses are being invited to review draft sections of the report and offer comments and corrections, the people said. But — unlike most cases — they are being told those comments must be conveyed only verbally, the people said.

Oh, but it got even better:

Even though Attorney General William P. Barr and other officials have been working in recent weeks to determine what should be redacted from the report as classified or private information, people familiar with the process said that the entire draft document is marked “Top Secret,” so anyone who discusses its contents outside a secure government room could be committing a crime.

And…

Witnesses, they said, are being asked to review their sections in a secure area, after signing nondisclosure agreements, according to people familiar with the matter.

The witnesses have also been told they will not be allowed to remove any notes they make about the document, the people said.

Real Americans who really care about America were very pleased with this development, which appeared to be a good-faith effort by Horowitz and others who control this absurd process to speed it all up and deny the lawyers for all these bad actors multiple more opportunities to gum up the works. Finally, at long last, they thought, we will at least be able to firmly judge whether Horowitz himself is a good-faith actor or just another of the teeming masses of DC Swamp skunks infesting the DOJ. At least we’d finally have that.

But no, not really. Like Lucy pulling the ball away from Charlie Brown at the last second, the Post toadies came in a few hours after the piece was initially published and revised it with the news that a spokesperson for DOJ had just basically said “Just kidding. We take it all back.”

Here’s the revision:

But late Thursday night, Stephanie Logan, a spokeswoman, said the office would clarify to witnesses that they could submit written feedback “consistent with rules to protect classified information.”

“As part of our factual accuracy review, and consistent with our usual practice, we are providing witnesses with the opportunity to review portions of the report that relate to them,” Logan said. “Also consistent with our practice, we undertake every effort to ensure witnesses can provide their comments and we are clarifying to witnesses that they will be able to provide written comments, consistent with rules to protect classified information.”

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So, same old scam, different week. No one knows when the report will be coming out, or even how Attorney General Barr defines the word “imminent.” In the world of the plodding, obfuscating, interminably delaying Michael Horowitz, “imminent” could mean later this month, sometime before Christmas, along about Easter or, sadly, safely after the November 2020 elections have come and gone.

Horowitz is the living incarnation of the joke-telling sloth in the movie “Zootipia.”

You could never make this stuff up in a million years.

That is all.

 

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5 thoughts on “Michael Horowitz – America’s Joke-Telling DMV Sloth

  1. Jimmy MacAfee - November 15, 2019

    Love the video! The slow-blink of the sloth reminds me of some “fast” food workers – when they do it, it says: “I don’t care about your order; I don’t want to be here.”

    Contrast the revised/altered rules with the Impeachment Smearings: providing a written comment is more than the President is allowed to do in the sham Schitt-show. As far as I can see, letting certain people see the report prior to release could be a trap for leakers. Schitt has more leak-holes than a colander.

    Horowitz has a lot to answer for if he produces a big fat pile of Mueller. And the Intel IG who altered whistleblower rules just prior to Eric CIA being trotted out should himself be investigated. Seems like the DS makes up rules on-the-fly.

  2. Sharon Campbell - November 15, 2019

    Good grief! Will Horowitz ever produce a fact based report? I think not. I fear he’s a member of the D.C. Sewer.

  3. Hazelnut Pumpkin Spice With Cinnamon - November 15, 2019

    These marshmallow soft career bureaucrats elected by no one crack me up with their selfless last boyscout out to save the republic schtick. They went into “public service” to do well and did very well indeed.
    Good thing I’m already a few fries short of a happy meal because this kabuki theater of the absurd is like an insane asylum has opened it’s gates.

  4. marty lopez - November 15, 2019

    The Democrat’s strategy is simple. When you own the media, yours is the only voice that is heard. Democrats and the globalist establishment whose interests they represent always tint, slant and spin the facts as they present something of an alternate reality in the expectation of shaping public opinion

    Meanwhile Republicans, Trump and his Administration are held to a different standard altogether, an exacting model of picture perfect in all things. Any imperfection, or blemish and the Democrats use their lawyers and bureaucrats amplified as always by the media to cry foul in the court of public opinion.

    This isn’t any square house, kids. The system as constituted is a fix, a rigged game with constitutional democracy, the republic and our very ability to control our own destiny as the stakes. If Trump allows Durham and Barr to do anything less than the equivalent of Sherman’s march through the south with regards to Hillary and Obama and Obama’s entire Administration, their deep state operatives and hangers on, Trump will have allowed himself and his entire Presidency to be blunted and made a fool, out flanked and out maneuvered.

    I am especially fond of the story about Lincoln and Grant meeting at the end of the war, sitting together on a porch of a country house. Lincoln, always on the verge of depression, philosophical and introspective told Grant that they had enabled each other to do terrible things referring to the horrendous causalities and incalculable suffering. Grant smoking his characteristic cigar looked up and simply replied, “We did what had to be done.” Now it is Barr as Grant and Durham as Sherman who must do that, which simply must be done. Stop procrastinating. No more excuses.

  5. KRPin - November 15, 2019

    Justice delayed is justice denied.

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