If I had to guess, I'd guess there are many that work for the government just a few more revelations from panic. If I was a fly on the wall, and could observe some of those under close scrutiny by the public, I have the feeling I'd observe some people in the final stages of finally realizing there is something much stronger than the media becoming angrier every day.
If you think about, not only have influential government officials been directly involved with criminal actions, they've committed more criminal offenses in the effort to hide their actions. That may seem to many as "business as usual". It's not, if enough participate in demanding accountability.
It's obvious the highest law enforcement agency is tainted. Key officials used their power to circumvent the criminal justice system by colluding with justice department officials. While many think there will be no repercussions - and that might have happened in the past - the lack of transparency led to well financed scrutiny. This scrutiny is revealing more than can be covered up by the media, and those involved.
It's time for the honest people in government to stop being afraid of losing their pension, or position. I'm sure there are enough to make a huge difference, and it's their duty to the United States to stop the illegal network of criminal government employees. It's also time for the honest law enforcement officials to make strong efforts to insure whistle blowers are protected from those that will do just about anything to protect what they acquired through criminal actions.