So long rule of law. Seems that the Attorney General does not feel that the individuals who used a partisan litmus test in hiring new attorneys for non-partisan positions need to be prosecuted for their crimes. In fact, the AG doesn't believe they committed crimes at all:
“Where there is enough evidence to charge someone with a crime, we vigorously prosecute,” he said. “But not every wrong, or even every violation of the law, is a crime”
See that? Not every violation of the law is a crime. In case you are confused by this statement, war is also peace and 2 + 2 = 5. And here I always had a silly notion that anyone who put allegiance to party above the interests of the country was guilty of a crime just short of outright treason. Stupid me.
But perhaps more disturbing is the fact that none of our elected representatives seem willing to call the administration on this, or its many other instances of piddling on the Constitution. I mean, holding someone in contempt for citing BS executive privilege excuses for not testifying before congress is one thing, but the point seems lost when the same individual is still allowed to carry on as if they are a pillar of society.