Media just now indicating the Inspector General’s investigation into the failed and deadly Fast and Furious scandal has been concluded. This investigation was initiated as far back as 2011. Here is how Townhall describes the current situation:
According to sources, the long awaited Department of Justice Inspector General Report on Operation Fast and Furious has been delivered to DOJ “shot callers,” including Attorney General Eric Holder, this morning. It will be reviewed today and in the coming weeks. No cell phones, Ipads or computers are allowed in the review room. After it is reviewed, it will be released to the public in 30 days. LINK
So no public/media access to the report for another 30 days. What will Mr. Holder and the Obama administration be doing over the course of that 30 days to deal with any damaging information to come from the investigation? Will Republican continue to push their legal challenge against the Obama administration for its use of Executive Privilege that is allowing them to refuse turning over documents to Congressional investigators?
We shall see…