The DC swamp needs draining, and there are “few places as swampy as the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice.” But those who understand the inner workings of the federal bureaucracy know that “draining the swamp” won’t be easy as you think:
Even if all of this advice is followed, it will still be hard to “Drain the Swamp,” as promised. The country elected Donald Trump because he is an outsider who expressed a willingness to eschew the banality of political correctness and “shake up” the system that the Washington establishment holds dear. There are few places as swampy as the Civil Rights Division at the Department of Justice. Eric Holder used this Division to try to fundamentally transform the nation. he rank and file who willingly helped Holder are still there, enjoying $155,000 per year salaries, or more. They doubt Trump has any chance to drain that swamp. After all, they survived previous attempts.