Because it's going to take a LOT more time and effort to find out what the public is actually entitled to know.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Agriculture Department has removed animal welfare inspection reports, enforcement records and other information about the treatment of animals from its website, citing privacy and other laws.[..] The statement said the documents will still be available through Freedom of Information Act requests, which can be costly for the general public and sometimes take months or years to obtain.
So let's get this straight, the process of "draining the swap" actually means LESS transparency? It's like watching a magic show where the magician hides behind a curtain during the process of every trick. Convincing? Yeah no. Not really.
Yes folks if you really thought that der tRump was going to "Drain the Swamp" you were sadly, sadly mistaken. Rather I'd characterize his actions as driving through the swamp at high speed in an airboat shooting indiscriminately and screaming "Yeeeeehaw!" as the spectators are covered in swamp-slush. Oh and then letting big businesses dump all their pollution into it for free so it turns into a steaming cesspool too vile to support any life at all. And declaring it a big success. Yep, that's about right.