Nobody has said or is saying that leadership is measured by how many people you fire. But in the case of two senior VA executives, Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves, who fired two lower level regional managers for no other reason than to take the positions for themselves and pocket nearly a half million dollars in relocation expenses so they could move to more desirable locations, termination does seem like a step that a true leader would take. Particularly since there may be criminal charges filed against Miss Rubens and Miss Graves for their actions.
- Me, three weeks ago
Evidently, Loretta Lynch's Commissariat of Injustice, Revenge & Coverup believes that they can't "prosecute their way to justice," either:
Federal prosecutors have decided not to press criminal charges against two former executives at the [Commissariat] of Veterans Affairs who were accused of manipulating the agency's hiring system for their own gain.
The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia says it has declined a referral from the VA inspector general for criminal prosecution of Diana Rubens and Kimberly Graves.
As I concluded at the time:
But you know what they say about a company culture being set by the boss. Sloan [Gibson]'s defiant defense of this outrageously corrupt conduct speaks volumes for the V.A.'s culture.
And DOJ's refusal to prosecute these blatant crimes does the same for the entire Obama Regime, where the only shortage is in the inventor of chicken coops for the Obamunist foxes to guard.