CIA Reports 32 Employees to DOJ for Potential Conflicts – Biden Admin’s Ethics Problem

The CIA is at it again, folks! It seems like the Biden administration just can’t catch a break. According to records obtained by the Daily Caller (a reliable conservative news source, mind you), the CIA reported a whopping 32 of its own employees to the Department of Justice (DOJ) over potential conflicts of interest during the Biden administration. Talk about drama!

Now, let’s break this down. These reports, known as form 202s, were submitted to the Biden administration’s Office of Government Ethics (OGE). The agencies are supposed to fill out these forms to rat out anyone they suspect of violating ethics rules. And let me tell you, the CIA was on a roll in the first few months of the Biden administration.

But here’s the kicker: we don’t know what happened next. Did the DOJ take any action? Did these alleged conflicts of interest result in any consequences? Well, the OGE and DOJ aren’t talking. Surprise, surprise. And the CIA, of course, conveniently provided zero details about the reported conflicts within their own agency. Typical.

Now, let’s talk about these alleged violations. The referrals cover sections 203, 205, 207, 208, and 209 of title 18 of the U.S. Code. Sounds like a lot of legal jargon, right? Well, in plain terms, we’re talking about bribery, graft, and conflicts of interest. Yikes! It’s no wonder the CIA felt the need to rat out their own colleagues.

But wait, it gets even more interesting. The Office of Government Ethics made hundreds of ethics recommendations to federal agencies in fiscal year 2023. They wanted to ensure that these agencies were following the rules and playing by the book. How thoughtful of them. And guess what? These recommendations and agency specific ethics reports are publicly available. So, if you’re ever in the mood for some light reading, go check them out!

Now, here’s something that really grinds my gears. The CIA had an ethics inspection in 2022, but they conveniently classified the number of employees required to file financial disclosures. What are they hiding? It makes you wonder if their internal ethics trainings even bothered to address conflicts of interest. I mean, why bother following the rules when you’re part of the deep state, am I right?

In conclusion, it seems like the CIA has some serious internal issues to address. Who knows what kind of shenanigans are going on behind closed doors? But one thing’s for sure, folks: we need strong leadership that will hold these agencies accountable and ensure they are playing by the rules. Let’s hope the next administration takes ethics seriously and cleans up the mess left behind by the Biden administration. Until then, keep an eye out for more juicy scandals, because you never know what will happen in the world of espionage and politics. Stay tuned, my friends!

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