Panorama and Dispatches both spent months trying to uncover anti-Semitism among the supporters of Jeremy Corbyn.
Dispatches even had an undercover reporter working full-time.
But what did they find? Absolutely nothing.
The Home Affairs Select Committee did not bother to call the brown and female Shami Chakrabarti to give evidence.
But it still criticised her, anyway.
Such treatment of a white man would be absolutely inconceivable. It simply could not happen.
In general, though, this report finds that anti-Semitism is no more prevalent in the Labour Party than anywhere else.
Panorama and Dispatches now need to investigate the Jewish Labour Movement, of which most Jewish Labour people, and there are a lot of them, have never heard.
That Movement appoints its staff directly from the Israeli Embassy, and it subscribes to the position of the World Zionist Organization, which is a very long way indeed from the agreed policy of the Labour Party.
The shameless astroturfing that is "the Campaign Against Antisemitism" also cries out to be examined and exposed.
Peter Oborne? He has done this kind of thing for Dispatches in the past.