Seriously, I think the irony meter just gave up and went home:
The investigator who led the Department of Homeland Security’s internal review of the Secret Service’s 2012 prostitution scandal quietly resigned in August after he was implicated in his own incident involving a prostitute, according to current and former department officials.
Sheriff’s deputies in Broward County, Fla., saw David Nieland, the investigator, entering and leaving a building they had under surveillance as part of a prostitution investigation, according to officials briefed on the investigation. They later interviewed a prostitute who identified Mr. Nieland in a photograph and said he had paid her for sex.
Mr. Nieland resigned after he refused to answer a series of questions from the Department of Homeland Security inspector general about the incident, the officials said.
A spokesman for the Homeland Security Department’s inspector general said in a statement that he could confirm only that Mr. Nieland resigned in August. But the spokesman added that department officials “became aware in early May of this year of an incident in Florida that involved one of our employees.”
Nieland was an investigator in the DHS Inspector General’s office and had been charged with examining how the Secret Service had handled its investigation of allegations that a White House volunteer on the trip had himself hired a call girl. (That guy, by the way, is now a policy adviser “Office on Global Women’s Issues” at State. Really.) Nieland had also alleged that he had been pressured to omit details from his report that would be embarrassing to the White House. Well, who’s embarrassed now?
Are there any adults left in D.C. at all?
Don’t answer that.