Key Republican Congressman Wants Answers on Report of Racism at Justice Department

Steve Neavling

A report that chronicled “hostile, racist and inappropriate behavior” among Justice Department employees has prompted a senior Republican in Congress to question why the workers are still employed, the Washington Times repots.

Sen. Chuck Grassley’s inquiry follows an alarming report by Inspector General Michael Horowitz, who found ideological differences that were disrupting the Civil Rights Division.

The Washington Times wrote that the report detailed the premature dismissal of a case against the New Black Panthers.

The report details problems dating back to President Clinton and persisting through the administrations of George W. Bush and Obama.

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