Which in this case means "We can see right through you, you corrupt bastards."
Attorney General Loretta Lynch has no intention of reversing the Justice
Department’s defiance of the Inspector General Act. She made that clear
during a House Judiciary oversight hearing last month. Indeed, her own
Office of Legal Counsel has issued a badly flawed opinion that insists
DOJ and FBI officials can, at their discretion, withhold information from the Justice Department’s inspector general -- the individual tasked by Congress with investigating those very same officials.
If this DOJ opinion stands, it will entitle DOJ employees -- as well as
employees of other federal agencies -- to shield their operations from
IG oversight under any other federal statutes with similar non-disclosure provisions.
One reason- just one- anybody can give me to the question "Why should we trust any of them?"