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FBI: Federal Bureau of Insolence ("Goons")

As I have said repeatedly here, the FBI has been reduced to a goon squad. No one there has the fortitude to do the right thing; the constitutionally correct thing. Even when presented with a chance to wash their hands of the stench of this administration’s corruption, the FBI opted to ignore Congress’ oversight and stonewall of behalf of the felon, Hillary Clinton.

The only difference between Comey and John Koskinen (of Goon Squad I, the IRS) is Comey isn’t a smug, effete fairy.

As the extent of her illegal fundraising and the damage she has done to national security oozed out, the FBI intentionally slow-walked its overly narrow investigation. When congress finally saw all the missing pieces and demanded the proper documentation from Director, James Comey. (You remember him. He was the guy all the talking heads said was an upstanding professional.)  Comey did two things so nakedly outrageous one can stand gob smacked.

First, he hands Congress documents so heavily redacted as to be worthless. It was said that personal data was removed to protect privacy. In reality in every case that could find Clinton up on federal charges, the requisite documents were completely blacked out.

When pressed to provide more documentation, Comey provided some. But he also set guidelines that go far beyond his mandate. He told legislators that they could see the requested documentation, but they could not discuss any of it, classified or unclassified. This is not within his scope of authority.

But it shows that Congress is actually not serious in doing their job. Knowing the FBI cannot forbid them to discuss UNCLASS material, they allowed Comey’s admonition to stand as an excuse to avoid taking Clinton down, as they know they should. Grassley exclaims that if we were to hear the information, it would be earth-shaking. But by golly, that darned FBI won’t let us discuss it.

If Grassley or anyone else was serious, they would reject the illegal FBI mandate out of hand. They report to their constituents what it is they have found, from unclassified documents, on the most corrupt presidential candidate of all time.[i]

But mark my words. Congress will continue to pretend to investigate, the FBI will continue to act as Hillary and Barry’s goons and by election day they’ll all say, “Well, we did our darndest. But the slippery rascal got away with it all anyway. It’s best we let this go now and get on with the people’s business.”

 We may have arrived at the time when the governing class has so much control over those who should be protecting us from tyranny; we may never recover our self-governance.

[i] That’s a rather narrow description. She was also the most corrupt and unworthy Secretary of State in history. She was equally squalid as First Lady of the United States and First Lady of Arkansas. From all indicators, she was only worthless as a Senator. That was New York’s problem as they knew she was carpet bagging them and that she didn’t give a damn about New York, other than Wall Street. But they voted for her anyway. Suckers!

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DHS and FBI: Partners in Failure

What the Partners Failed to DO

Well, almost 15 years after 9/11 national law enforcement and intelligence have still not learned the basic lesson it should not have needed to learn to begin with. No stove piping. On three occasions the FBI had the pleasure of Omar Mateen’s company. It seems this unworthy piece of garbage had made terrorist remarks to coworkers, which included a desire to kill cops in a Jihadi suicide.

But thanks to BHO and his fetish for all things Muslim, all FBI training and policy and training has been purged of terms like Jihad, Radical Islamist, terrorist. When Mrteen mentioned being persecuted for being Muslim, the FBI folded like an accordion and kindly turned him loose. They also sat on the information they had gleaned.

At the time of his death (the sonofabitch got off easy) Mateen held a job with a security company that contracted for, among other people, the Department of Homeland Security. Had the FBI been kind enough to notify DHS that they had a religious nut bag on their hands, we might at least assume he would have been out of a job. It may not have stopped the massacre, but the FBI would have done its job.

Is that too much of a stretch? After all, there are multiple dozens of religious nut bags known to be on the terrorist watch list who, after knowing about them for over a year, still have access to high security areas in airports. No reason to think the DHS would have fulfilled its primary obligation of protecting the Homeland. Making religious nut bags feel good about themselves trumps everything.

I’ve heard the excuse offered that the FBI just don’t have the funding or the manpower to do their job effectively. Who am I to argue? They must have the same problem with investigating BJ Bill’s wife because that has been a circus from the beginning. Still, even a reeeealy busy agent might find the time to enter a name into a database.

So as unindicted co-conspirators in the deaths of 49 people, you can add the FBI and DHS. They utterly failed on this case. They have on several others, most significantly the Tsarnaev brothers. No one will be fired or even disciplined. They know by now that they are not expected to do their jobs. They know not to ask questions. According the existing regime, they did their jobs flawlessly. the deaths of 49 people weigh as nothing compared to some FBI guys keeping secrets from proper authorities and Mateen not getting his feelings hurt.

There is nothing new here. Read chapter 15 of my book.  Before 9/11 FBI failures and stove piping were the result of simple incompetence and Bill Clinton’s physical cowardice. Under Obama, handing our country over to religious nut bags has been codified into policies. This was done at his, or the (Iranian-born) Valerie Jarrett’s direction.

Married to Feces

Who else could have stopped this? This morning, we learned Mateen’s wife knew of his plans and said nothing. For that, many talking heads say she cannot be held legally culpable. One can only be compelled to report a crime in the event of treason.

Well.

Am I correct to say that it is the official position of the U.S. Government that we are at WAR with terrorism? As much of a misnomer as the term is, if it is official policy, this would be a classic case of treason to let the enemy kill Americans. It would have been an excellent test case against the wife.

Alas, as it turns out she may have helped plan the attack and perhaps even given him a ride to the club that night. If found innocent of that, she should be tried for treason anyway. Whatever the government decides, no American citizen is in any way bound to provide Mateen’s wife with the least considerations. Anyone who recognizes her should feel free to refuse her service, merchandise or assistance. One can ethically feel free to treat her with complete contempt.

A Thought About Terrorists Themselves

This morning we woke to find that a religious nut bag in Paris killed a cop, tortured and killed the cop’s wife in front of a three year-old and streamed it live on Facebook. This rodent and Mateen are the face of our enemy.

As a military man, I’ve heard to the point of cliché, the adage that one should respect one’s enemy. The average American has taken this to mean respect his culture or the fact that the enemy may have a real beef. That is not the meaning behind the admonishment. It only applies to the enemies capabilities to resist our forces. We need to respect that as we would the speed with which a snake can strike.

But if we are to successfully engage and kill our enemy, we are psychologically required to hold all that he stands for in utter contempt. This is especially true of the ones who willingly pursue status as our enemy, like those who volunteer to kill people for god.

We owe these subhumans nothing in the way of common respect. They are stupid, gullible and depraved. Those who send them out are cowards and equally depraved. I would also contend that those who send them out don’t actually believe in all the allah crap, or they’d be strapping on the bomb vests and shooting at innocent people themselves.

No, we owe them nothing but the courtesy of killing them. They are beneath contempt. To say they are sons of whores who bred with pigs would be too kind. Sadly, terrorists are always celebrated, even lionized, by entire communities, even countries, of subhuman creatures who are every bit as depraved and gullible as the killers themselves.

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Indicted? If only it were true!

Below is an interesting article floating around social media. It makes very good points about what BJ Bill’s wife should be facing. Sadly, the headline is somewhat misleading. If it were true – if the Justice Department already knew she was to be indicted – the word would be flooding out from everywhere. I’ll include the headline and story here because it does illustrate what the Clinton’s have done with the “charity” foundation they run their slush fund out of.

I am still of a mind that James Comey is allowing himself to be used as a tool, slow-walking the investigation. As I have said before, if proven wrong on this point, I will retract and apologize. I am confident I will never be put in that position. I would be overjoyed to eat crow otherwise. See link below.

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Why We All KNOW Apple is Right!

This call is not even close. Since when can we compel someone to fight crime as opposed to voluntarily getting involved. And how do we require someone to actively do what police should be doing at huge risk to their livelihood?

  1. No government has the authority, and before now even Stalinist Russia never served a court order, to require someone to invent something. If something does not exist, you can’t order another person to succeed in making it.
  2. Apple is being told they only have to do it this one time! BULLSHIT! Absolute, undiluted BULLSHIT! This week it will be just this phone! Destroy the code if you want, just crack it this once. He is a really bad guy. Next week it will be three phones. Those targets will be almost as bad as this guy. Three years from now it will be deadbeat husbands and tax evaders. You see where this is going.

As a side note, I hear commentators, including Rush saying See? This is proof that the government can’t read your messages or hear your phone calls. That was all just over reaction to data sweeping. Yes, they can. Right now it is a bit more complicated because they can’t just vacuum up metadata for future use as they did until last year. But they can get the messages and conversations. What they are trying to do here is different and it would be irresponsible to explain it. But it isn’t JUST a list of calls and texts the govvies are after.

The NSA gets countless billions every year to do spook shit. You want into that phone, put your (presently over-rated) geniuses to work on the problem. Then give it to the FBI to use.

But you can’t legally and legitimately cause someone to invent something for you. The moral choices are impossible. The would-be inventor would pretend to fail, if he really has the solution to begin with. Or he opens Pandora’s box to the detriment of his company and the public. Apple should fight this and honest Americans should be behind them.

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