Not only does the OIG report not inspire confidence in the FBI, but it doesn’t make our media look too good, either:
IG: Too much social contact between FBI employees and reporters – meals, drinks, golf, gifts, tickets pic.twitter.com/V50mSmubk3
— Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) June 14, 2018
Seriously? There’s so much in the IG report, but this stood out. Come on, people. pic.twitter.com/yX3u7XUPtJ
— David French (@DavidAFrench) June 14, 2018
So reporters were basically bribing FBI sources? pic.twitter.com/N4xhG6uU5c
— Jordan Weissmann (@JHWeissmann) June 14, 2018
This seems like a pretty big deal.
— RBe (@RBPundit) June 14, 2018
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) June 14, 2018
Doesn’t get much swampier than that.
Some people call these bribes.
— From Flyover (@FromFlyover) June 14, 2018
I think bribing federal law enforcement officers are a big deal myself.
— Rob Taylor (@RedAlertsBlog) June 14, 2018
So do we. Guess the media disagree.
Sooooo journalists bribed FBI agents and the only thing we are going to have our firefighters report on is how bouncy conservatives are pouncing
— Mujahed (@kebejay) June 14, 2018
Well, to be fair, we can’t expect the swampy media to investigate the swampy media.
I'm sure the journos weren't trying to influence the outcome of the investigation… they're all completely unbiased. #IGReport
— Mickey White (@BiasedGirl) June 14, 2018
And we wonder why a significant share of the American people think the whole thing – elected officials, civil service, the press – is a corrupt racket. https://t.co/pmeBOf4Br2
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) June 14, 2018