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Unified Patriots by Vassar Bushmills

The IG Report is just that, a report.

To the Attorney General.

Its opinions or recommendations do not carry the weight of law. Each piece of evidence found in it would have to undergo the same individual rules of evidence in being admitted in court as any other piece of evidence would.

The Attorney General can act on those findings by firing people, causing evidence to be shown to grand juries, or further the investigation by appointing a special counsel.

If charges brought against individual defendants involves political motive, as the hard evidence in the IG Report clearly indicates with at least two individuals, then that defendant or defendants will have ample opportunity to refute those motives in front of a jury. (That would be fun to watch.)

Take note, “political bias” is not an element of proof in the charge of perjury, for instance.

If the IG Report is a whitewash, it is up to the Attorney General to certify that it is by doing the least, rather than the most, to restore the FBI’s (and DOJ’s) good name in the eyes of the America people[…]

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