I seriously doubt there’s any American who believes the FBI is a law enforcement agency any longer. They are an organization of well-armed political thugs, willing to break any law to do the bidding of their overlords.
They are, however, still good at some things: Pre-dawn SWAT raids on octogenarians … lying to the courts and Congress with a straight face and a smirk … hiding evidence for political allies … and spying on Americans without a warrant.
The question I have is, “Why aren’t there 5,000 FBI whistleblowers? How can we have an agency with 35,000 agents, virtually none of which are willing to put the nation and their integrity ahead of their self-interests? Certainly there were hundreds of agents involved in the Russian hoax, and all of them participated willingly… knowing they were committing crimes, and knowing as well they could receive amnesty if they came forward. Where are they?”
Beneath contempt is where they are.
The next question is, “How can they be so bold? How can the FBI leaders get caught with dozens of smoking guns, and instead of lawyering-up, go on book tour?”
That would be because the Department of Justice is equally corrupt, and has no plans to prosecute crimes committed by their fellow wet nurses for the elite. This level of out-in-the-open corruption is truly impressive, even by Biden family standards.
If there was ever any doubt about the rot in the festering gash called the DOJ, the Durham Report should have put that to bed. How can you write a report that literally outlines dozens of crimes, then conclude there were no crimes … just bad internal policies and decision-making. And then announce there’s no need for wholesale changes in that same system?
The ATF has long been a diseased gaggle of governmental parasites. Only they could burn alive more than 70 men, women, and children – and then prosecute the survivors and honor the agents who died during this wholesale slaughter of American citizens. What happened to innocent until proven guilty? Why didn’t they arrest David Koresh while he was shopping in town, as he did at least once a week?
Well, they wouldn’t get to use their cool military weapons, I guess.
Then, of course, they went all in on Obama’s entirely illegal Operation Fast and Furious, perhaps because it had a cool name, and they fantasized about meeting Vin Diesel. They knowingly allowed and orchestrated illegal gun sales to occur, so they could “track the purchasers” – who they theorized were connected to the Mexican cartels.
Then … oops, one of those weapons was used to kill one of their own.
The resulting repercussions? None. Obama’s attorney general Eric Holder was cited for criminal contempt of Congress by a vote of 255-67, after which … anyone? Anyone? Obama and the DOJ announced there would be no criminal charges against Holder.
Really? Holy shit, I’m shocked! The DOJ didn’t charge the head of the DOJ? Obama didn’t do anything to his appointee? How and why did Congress stand for that? We haven’t had a vote that bi-partisan vote since they last voted on giving themselves a pay raise.
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The CIA has been a criminal organization since before they assassinated President Kennedy. No one even argues against their treachery, as they incite coups, murder foreign leaders, run drugs to fund their operations, and operate without oversight. (They do torture terrorists, so they aren’t, like, 100 percent bad. Maybe 99 percent).
The CIA doesn’t work for the United States — they work for the CIA. Some have called them the most dangerous organization in the world. When I was young and stupid, I thought it was cool we had a rogue agency that answered to no one. Now? Let’s just say I’ve garnered enough wisdom to know the CIA operates within US borders, and has “suicided” more than one person who’s crossed them.
There was, however, one agency left that we the people believed were Boy Scouts: The Secret Service.
I’ve personally wondered why anyone would sign up for a job so stupid … and maintain a cone of silence regarding the actions of the scumbags who’ve occupied the White House. Who would sign on to take a bullet for a government official who views you as a worthless prole?
But, they did seem above reproach, partly because their jobs don’t give them access to doing anything nefarious.
Then … cocaine in the White House. Specifically, the Biden White House.
Quick investigation, no suspects, no charges … case closed.
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Are you f’ing kidding me?
It was in the West freaking Wing!
Here’s the minimum number of cameras pointed at every person in the West Wing every moment they’re there: Two.
Was it Hunter Biden’s blow? He does, after all, have a cozy relationship with Bolivian Marching Powder.
But who f’n cares if it was Hunter’s! It was someone’s … and that someone was important enough to be in the West Wing. Who in the highest levels of government had it? If they had coke, they could certainly have had strychnine or anthrax, and murdered the president … would the Secret Service have no suspects if the president was found dead from poison?
Of course they would.
They know exactly who the person was, and the exact second they stashed it wherever it was found.
If they don’t know, then why bother having them protect the president?
They claim there were over 500 staff and visitors in the West Wing that day, and without DNA or fingerprint evidence it wasn’t worth their time to conduct interviews.
That’s not an excuse — that makes it worse. There were 500 people in the West Wing the Secret Service knows nothing about? No profiles or bi-annual lie-detector tests? Five hundred people who could waltz in with a packet of pure fentanyl, and throw it in the face of whoever they chose — including the president? There should be zero people in the West Wing the Secret Service hasn’t vetted.
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I’m curious — have you ever made the mistake of leaving a dollar bill in your pocket when being scanned by the TSA? I have, a couple times. And every time that scanner picks it up, and I am asked to empty that pocket. And if that scanner can pick up a paper dollar bill, it can sure as hell pick up a packet of cocaine.
Does this mean it’s harder to get past TSA than to get into the West Wing? In Atlanta alone, the TSA processes 275,000 passengers a day — does this mean the TSA scans 80-year-old women, and the Secret Service doesn’t even own a scanner? You just give them a quick nod, exchange pleasantries, and stroll into the place where the most powerful man in the world spends his days, and walks down the halls?
I’ve noticed a trend of late that more and more conservative pundits are writing about the “Great Giant awakening.” Pieces about America beginning to push back against the nation’s growing insanity.
As best I can tell, a few million men who don’t want to be teased by their friends have stopped drinking Bud Light. A few less people go to Disney World. A fair number of Christian moms have stopped shopping at Target.
Wow — that’s great progress! I’ll bet George Soros’ commie son is so afraid he’s thinking of joining the GOP! John Kerry is probably booking his flights in coach! The Clinton Foundation is considering giving money away! Bill Gates is pondering the idea of shutting the hell up on topics he knows nothing about!
The fact is our governmental agencies — the ones that carry guns — are rotten, and operating in the open and “in the sunlight” to carry out their own political agendas. And soon, we’ll have the joy of 87,000 new IRS agents, who will target and destroy small businesses.
The “Giant” isn’t going to awaken … there’s just too much good stuff on Netflix.
There are no firetrucks coming around the bend, and the 2024 election is knocking on our door. When those votes are counted, it’s gonna make BLM’s summer of riots and January 6th look like teatime with Mother Teresa.
Expect to self-rescue.
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Prioleau Alexander is a freelance writer, focusing mostly on politics and non-fiction humor. He is the author of two books: ‘You Want Fries With That?’ and ‘Dispatches Along the Way.’ Both are available on Amazon. He hopes to have another title published soon, but that would require his agent actually doing his job, so it may be awhile. Oh, and if you want to see his preferred bio pic? Click here …
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