Bless Chuck Todd’s heart. No matter how dizzy he gets, he’ll never stop spinning. Which is why this was his take on the OIG report that makes the FBI look both super-shady and super-incompetent:
The cherry picking of this report is likely to only compound the credibility damage for the FBI and DOJ, even as the report itself, taken in full, is a good faith attempt to restore credibility. But political agendas are going to prevent some from providing FULL context. #sad
— Chuck Todd (@chucktodd) June 14, 2018
Come on, Chuck. You can do better than that.
Chuck knows the report is bad.
Real bad. https://t.co/qZ2BKHsPWS
— Lee Doren (@LDoren) June 14, 2018
It’s certainly not good.
Nice try, Chuck. 🤔 No, not really.
— Guns Save Lives ن 🇺🇸 🇮🇱 (@jasonmn) June 14, 2018
Cherry picking isn't the problem. What they actually did is the issue. It'll take more than one IG report to restore their credibility. And maybe some firings. https://t.co/PXNep0Gawh
— LaurieAnn 💫 (@mooshakins) June 14, 2018
Enough cherries to bake a dozen pies.
— Scott Rush (@elohimomega) June 14, 2018
Speaking of cherries, here’s some food for thought for Chuck:
Do NOT reduce the report to that single line about finding no "improper considerations." That's only with respect to the outcome of the Clinton-email inquiry. The report (p. 395) describes the texts as indicative of political bias IMPACTING other investigations, i.e. Russia. pic.twitter.com/7BSno31YZC
— Sohrab Ahmari (@SohrabAhmari) June 14, 2018
Guess some cherries are more equal than others.
Journalism is so dead https://t.co/drmSedX20f
— Will (@Oil_Guns_Merica) June 14, 2018