But since all of Twitter seems to look like this right now...
I say, hold the line. Preferably with a drink in hand.
More to say soon.
I've been getting a lot of questions about the issue of bias, and the report's conclusion that there wasn't any evidence of bias, so I'm going to add on to this thread...
First, I'll repeat (for emphasis) the OIG's job is not to assign motive or pronounce judgment either way. His job is to present facts to the DOJ and Congress, nothing more. Doing more would be improper.
The body of the report contains facts - including a bunch of long speculated, now backed by (more) evidence, facts.
Meanwhile the cases are being built against the actual people who broke the law in the background rather than entire institutions.
But remember to breathe.
Remember we are in a (dis)information war - and that means the #FudgeRule should be in full effect especially after a report this size, and this important, drops.