The report, which determined if the FBI had proper cause to spy on the Trump presidential campaign, was due on Monday.
Reports are Inspector General and infamous procrastinator, Michael Horowitz, had hardly started on the report and was seen cramming all Sunday night.
Horowitz’s report concluded that while investigators had no traditional reason for spying on Trump, he was able to make one up just in time. Scribbling that many FBI personnel had a “gut-feeling” Trump was bad ended up justifying the obliteration of the fourth amendment.
Even though Horowitz’s report was not typed, had no cover page and was covered in Cheeto dust, Washington DC elites loved his report.
“High ranking FBI officials had a gut-feeling that the Trump campaign was up to no good, probably. They were like, ‘what do you think that a** is up to?’ Those gut-feelings met the FISA requirements.”
“Oh, man. That was close. I thought it was due NEXT Monday!” Horowitz was heard yelling as he gave high-fives to FBI agents.