Something is running afoul in the Department of Homeland Security that needs to be exposed.
The #WhipGate scandal of a Border Agent allegedly hitting a Haitian migrant popped up in mid-September.
On September 22, Secretary Mayorkas promised Congress an investigation that would take “a matter of days, not weeks” to conduct.
Yet, here we are, three weeks later, and we still don’t have an answer.
I have watched every video that has been published from every angle.
The fact of the matter is that these agents did nothing.
Mayorkas, like Joe Biden and many other Democrats, jumped all over a still photo taken from an off-angle that made it appear as though agents were hitting migrants with their split reins.
The reverse angle proved that not to be true.
However, the damage was done, with Biden even threatening the agents outright on national TV.
When inquiries were made about the delay, a DHS spokesperson stated, “The investigation is ongoing. The Department is committed to a thorough, independent, and objective process.
“We are also committed to transparency and will release the results of the investigation once it is complete.”
Let me offer up a translation of that statement.
DHS has literally found nothing they can use to fire these agents, so they instead are going to delay this as long as possible to save face for Joe Biden.
Some rumors leaked days after the investigation started that the agents in question may get a slap on the wrist for some language used, but that is even a stretch.
Administration officials have completely screwed the pooch on this one, so they will hold the results of an investigation that came up empty off as long as possible to avoid further embarrassment.
My best guess here is that their announcement will come amid a much more significant news story or get dropped late on a Friday night.
Mayorkas is basically covering up the investigation to avoid egg on the face of all involved.
The agents did nothing wrong, so release the investigation and let them get back on their horses!
Source: Fox News