Federal Corruption: Accountability vs Consequences

If you are a citizen, employed in the private sector, you understand what it is like having to deal with public sector/”government” employees who have the power to regulate what you do, and they are not accountable to you. You ask them questions, and they will tell you the information is not available for you to see or know. Programs and policies are created behind closed doors. They answer to no one. They are not accountable to you. Their behavior is covered up. They never get fired, thus, where there are no consequences for bad behavior, there is no accountability. I will focus on a few government agencies in which bad behavior was exposed, and no one suffered, except maybe the citizens.

Published by J.B. Simms

Author. Retired private investigator.

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