The majority of the mainstream media is trying to deny everything that Inspectors General approves.
Michael Horrowitz wrote at the top of his report that it “did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that improper considerations, including political bias, directly affected the specific investigative actions we reviewed.” This was enough to convince the mainstream media. But it’s a shockingly misleading statement. Wall Street Journal writer Kim Strassel explains why.
“Don’t believe anyone who claims Horowitz didn’t find bias. He very carefully says that he found no “documentary” evidence that bias produced “specific investigatory decisions.” That’s different,” wrote Strassel as part of a series of tweets.
“It means he didn’t catch anyone doing anything so dumb as writing down that they took a specific step to aid a candidate. You know, like: “Let’s give out this Combetta immunity deal so nothing comes out that will derail Hillary for President. But he in fact finds bias everywhere. The examples are shocking and concerning, and he devotes entire sections to them. And he very specifically says in the summary that they “cast a cloud” on the entire “investigation’s credibility.” That’s pretty damning,” she wrote.
“Meanwhile this same cast of characters who the IG has now found to have made a hash of the Clinton investigation and who demonstrate such bias, seamlessly moved to the Trump investigation. And we’re supposed to think they got that one right?” she wrote. Check out her interview with Tucker Carlson below.
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