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“Obstructing a congressional investigation is a crime,” he noted. “Additionally, denying or interfering with employees’ rights to furnish information to Congress is against the law.”
Issa revealed in a Wednesday, July 17, letter that Deputy Secretary of Energy Daniel Poneman “verbally instructed Elliot Mainzer, the individual [Poneman] chose to serve as acting administrator of BPA, that no BPA employees were to talk with anyone regarding these allegations, including congressional investigators.”
Originally posted by elouina
But nothing ever happens.
Originally posted by Carreau
Gotta love the new meme of "phoney scandal". That sure has got to be a relief to the people that didn't die in Libya, or the people not spied on, or the people not targeted by the IRS, .... umm yeah.
The report revealed that the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), a division of the Department of Energy (DOE), had violated DOE hiring guidelines in ways that disadvantaged military veterans.
I wonder if folks are starting to become numb to all these scandals? Pity... With all these going down there will have to be that special one. There just has to be...