Also to protect whistleblowers
“We want to hear from them.”
Dropping a dime leads to plenty of free time
“…should disgust us all.”
Whistleblower, or revenge?
“Clearing the access reports.”
“Why do veterans have to beg for treatment?”
“My whistleblower complaint to White House deputy chief of staff Rob Nabors was leaked to my manager…”
“We don’t discuss veterans. We don’t work for veterans.”
And more retaliation.
“The V.A. isn’t a place where you speak out.”
Plus, 37 cases of whistleblower retaliation?
“I have a hard time following it.”
“All I wanted was for the public to be able to have a say in how they are governed.”
If they could get there ….
“A lot of names were in those files.”
Because, Most Transparent Admin– oh, forget it.
According to an unsealed criminal complaint against him:
Federal prosecutors have charged Edward Snowden, the man who admitted leaking top-secret details …
Hero or traitor?
“The overall goal is to restore my honor.”
“The terrain would have looked very different.”
What difference at that point did it make?
President Obama proclaimed (or should I say, feigned?) ignorance during his presser on Tuesday when he was asked about the …
I’m just sure I don’t know what you mean…
More hearings on the way.
Moving right along.
“All these whistleblowers have axes to grind. ATF needs to f—k these guys.”
“Shut up,” they explained.
The real crime within Holder’s DoJ, apparently.
Going for the record
“We will answer them on the field”
Taking it to the limit