|Thanks to The Right Planet for this linked cartoon.|
Originally, This Story was on Two Inspector Generals Suggesting Criminal Inquiry for Hillary
The New York Times reported in an article dated 23 July 2015:
“Two inspectors general have asked the Justice Department to open an investigation into whether sensitive government information was mishandled in connection with the personal email account Hillary Rodham Clinton used as secretary of state, senior government officials said Thursday.
The request follows an assessment in a June 29 memo by the inspectors general for the State Department and the intelligence agencies that Mrs. Clinton’s private account contained ‘hundreds of potentially classified emails.’ The memo was written to Patrick F. Kennedy, the under secretary of state for management.”
The Blaze Reports on How the NYT bent to Pressure from Hillary
The Blaze reported on a series of changes to the above-mentioned article. First, by making a screen shot of the initial paragraph to the New York Times article, they showed how the leading paragraph had changed in order to direct the spotlight off of Democrat Hillary Clinton (refer to the picture below):
Next, the Blaze updated the story with the following quote from the New York Times:
“An earlier version of this article and an earlier headline, using information from senior government officials, misstated the nature of the referral to the Justice Department regarding Hillary Clinton’s personal email account while she was secretary of state. The referral addressed the potential compromise of classified information in connection with that personal email account. It did not specifically request an investigation into Mrs. Clinton.”
Obama Restricts All Inspectors General
In a 23 July 2015 article, the Washington Times reported on how the Obama administration has acted to restrict the oversight powers of the inspectors general (making them puppets of the Obama administration):
“The Obama administration formally announced that inspectors general will have to get permission from their agency heads to gain access to grand jury, wiretap and fair credit information — an action that severely limits the watchdogs’ oversight capabilities, independence and power to uncover fraud.
An opinion, issued by the Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel, says the Inspector General Act of 1978 — which was written by Congress to create the government watchdogs in order to help maintain integrity within their agencies — does not have the authority to override nondisclosure provisions in other laws, most notably in regard to grand jury, wiretap or fair credit information.”
However, Since Obama Has No Opposition
Since Obama has no effective opposition in Boehner or McConnell, will Obama also pardon Hillary to ensure the continuance of Obamacare?
Hat tip to Chris Salcedo