While FBI and Justice Dept. conspired with Democrats concocting a hoax to sabotage a sitting, elected President....
Not ONE person (the rich, famous and powerful) has been arrested for
the Epstein Island affair, in which dozens of under-age, sex slaves
serviced heads of state and captains of industry.
At this juncture, it's safe to say: the FBI is broken and cannot be fixed. (without massive reforms)
I agree with the premise, but he has one thing wrong: ONE person HAS been arrested and is living at the expense of the state while her case comes to trial (if it ever does): Epstein's girlfriend and partner-in-crime Ghislaine Maxwell.
Posted by: Dana Mathewson at November 22, 2021 02:02 PM (U7481)
And considering the FBI, they were corrupt from the get-go, with that twisted Hoover guy running the show. I'm not sure they ever emerged into the daylight.
Posted by: Dana Mathewson at November 22, 2021 11:37 PM (U7481)
Agreed on both counts Dana.
I never did understand how the FBI got such a great reputation considering they were run by a man who wore dresses and blackmailed Presidents to force his reappointment year after year.
I was listening to Brian Kilmead on the radio this morning. Kilmead opined that it was only the political appointees who were corrupt. i was shouting at the radio "what about Strzok and Page!" Both were career FBI people, not appointees.
Kilmead is what passes for brains these days. And he's at least moderately conservative. But he sure is a lightweight.
Not sure why Fox hires so many like Kilmead.
The fact is that the FBI is completely compromised and should be disbanded.
Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at November 23, 2021 11:25 AM (PnO6z)
On the lower levels, FIB (excuse me, FBI) has some good people. My wife and I "entertained" a couple of their agents one day when they knocked on the door, and wanted to quiz my wife about a business situation involving her former boss. She told them everything they wanted to know -- she wasn't personally involved in it -- (I helped because I remembered some names she'd forgotten) and the head agent left us his card afterwards. We had reason to phone him when Martha got another call from the FBI and we wanted to make sure it was legit. "Our guy" was very good with the matter, and I like to say that we have our own personal FBI agent. Those two guys were very professional. I wonder if they're still with the agency?
Posted by: Dana Mathewson at November 23, 2021 11:17 PM (zjwe/)
There are no doubt good field agents. It's the upper echelon.
But I wouldn't have spoken with them Dana, given how they have entraped people in the past. You'll get the Manafort treatment if you aren't careful!
Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at November 24, 2021 08:28 AM (4KZTz)
We didn't feel we had a choice. After all, Martha had been the titular head of the company, though with no power. The feds were after a guy that the real company boss had done business with. They couldn't locate the boss (don't believe 'em when they say the FBI can always find you), so they came to Martha with questions. It's a bit unnerving when they say "We know the answer to some of these and will know if you're lying." But Martha really had very little to give them, and no reason to lie; and I was there to back her up. They were both quite polite when they found out we weren't going to give them a hard time.
Posted by: Dana Mathewson at November 24, 2021 10:44 PM (zjwe/)
Well, it's good you guys got off lightly!
Hopefully they won't come back when they realize you are one of those eeeevvvilll conservative types.
Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at November 25, 2021 12:51 AM (+udfQ)
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