I was watching Twitter timelines and I came across this one by former House Representative Jason Chaffetz, and he is not happy.
— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) May 30, 2019
Here is what he is tweeting about via the Office of the Inspector General:
Findings of Misconduct by an FBI Deputy Assistant Director for Unauthorized Contacts with the Media, Disclosing Law Enforcement and Other Sensitive Information to the Media, and Accepting a Gift from the Media
The Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of the Inspector General (OIG) initiated this investigation upon the receipt of information from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), alleging that a then FBI Deputy Assistant Director (DAD) had numerous contacts with members of the media in violation of FBI policy. Additionally, it was alleged that the DAD may have disclosed law enforcement or other sensitive information to the media without authorization. This matter is among the OIG investigations referenced on page 430 of the OIG’s Review of Allegations Regarding Various Actions by the Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in Advance of the 2016 Election (June 2018; https://www.justice.gov/file/1071991/download ).
The OIG investigation concluded that the DAD engaged in misconduct when the DAD: (1) disclosed to the media the existence of information that had been filed under seal in federal court, in violation of 18 USC § 401, Contempt of Court; (2) provided without authorization FBI law enforcement sensitive information to reporters on multiple occasions; and (3) had dozens of official contacts with the media without authorization, in violation of FBI policy.
The OIG also found that the DAD engaged in misconduct when the DAD accepted a ticket, valued at approximately $225, to attend a media-sponsored dinner, as a gift from a member of the media, in violation of federal regulations and FBI policy.
Prosecution of the DAD was declined.
The OIG has completed this investigation and is providing this report to the FBI for appropriate action.
Unless otherwise noted, the OIG applies the preponderance of the evidence standard in determining whether Department of Justice (DOJ) personnel have committed misconduct.
This is why we need little government not big government. pic.twitter.com/e0uFhPfPxO
— Mar Woods (@realMarWoods) May 30, 2019
Where is BARR in this ? Is this the way they are going to Handel all Referal from the IG ? This whole thing is a Joke ! @realDonaldTrump @seanhannity I fear this whole thing is political Theater and we all will be let down. What does everyone think about this !
— THANK_GOD_4TRUMP (@SrToland) May 30, 2019
— wideawake18 (@wideawake181) May 30, 2019
This is so disappointing and shows why the American people don’t and can’t trust DC swamp .. this is why Trump was elected.. drain the swamp!
— Grammies (@LinnTammy) May 30, 2019
My fear! No one will be held accountable let alone found guilty
— OhCyn 🌟🇺🇸🌟 (@SUPERCYN) May 30, 2019
Great. Who, besides me, is afraid that AG Barr is a member in good standing of the Deep State? The country’s fate rests in one man’s hands, & right about now, I feel that no one in the swamp is above-board & trustworthy. #whoisbillbarrreally?
— Joy Flick (@JoyFlick1) May 30, 2019
What country do we live in Jason? Has the US Govt become corrupt as have so many other countries outside the USA? @realDonaldTrump
— Marcoeames (@marcoeames) May 30, 2019
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