In fact, it's quite obvious that he was fired for doing his job, and doing it properly.
"I am now the target of the most powerful man in this country, with an army of aides whose major responsibility today seems to be to attack me and get rid of me," Walpin said.
Facing bipartisan criticism for the firing, Obama sought to allay congressional concerns with a letter to Senate leaders Tuesday evening explaining his decision. In the letter, White House Special Counsel Norman Eisen wrote that Walpin was "confused" and "disoriented" at a May board meeting, was "unduly disruptive," and exhibited a "lack of candor" in providing information to decision makers.
"That's a total lie," Walpin said of the latter charge. And he said the accusation that he was dazed and confused at one meeting out of many was not only false, but poor rationale for his ouster.
"It appears to suggest that I was removed because I was disabled -- based on one occasion out of hundreds," he said, adding that the administration is grasping at "non-existent straws" to explain its actions.
He properly investigated a buddy and supporter of Obama.
Hence Obama, angered that anyone would dare hold one of his buddies/supporters accountable for corruption, axed the Inspector General.
In other words, he was deemed a "right-wing extremist" and treated accordingly by the Reich.
I guess being old, regardless of how very, very well and properly you do your job, is, under the Obama Regime, cause for dismissal. "Dazed and confused", eh? Well, the guy's old; time to replace him with someone younger and "more desirable", ie. a sumbissive Obama worshipper...
A "surgical excision", perhaps they, the Regime, see it as being...