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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Why is the FBI investigating?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Saturday that the FBI will investigate the motorist who drove into a crowd of protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, killing one person and injuring a score of others on Saturday.

Why?


Police have a suspect in custody, have the car impounded, and have lots and lots of witnesses and even photographic evidence.

If the Charlottesville Police Department is too inept and incompetent to handle the case then they should seek help from the Albemarle County Sheriff's Department and the Virginia State Police.

Why make a federal case out of it?

Because it is a national story?

That is not reason enough. Granted, the suspect is from another state, but that does not make it a federal case.

This is big footing, and another sign that the federal government is too large.

This is the same FBI that refused to seek an indict Hillary for her misuse of classified material, and her dodging of a ban on accepting campaign contributions from foreigners.

I hardly trust such a politicized organization -- whose past two "independent" directors are engaged in trying to bring down this president down.

The best case scenario is that this is a public relations thing. The worse case is this murder will be used as an excuse to shut dissent down in America.

My money is on the latter. I go by history.

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28 comments:

  1. There could be some evidence of some sort of larger conspiracy which would make it a legitimate FBI case.

    Just sayin'

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    1. I can't buy that, Erik, and am with Big D. Hell, because I've advocated for a Second Civil War if/when the government stands back and lets Antifa do its thing, I guess I'm part of the conspiracy too, huh? I wanna beat the shit outta the knuckleheads who organized this. The timing was horrible. You got Fat Boy talking WWIII blues, Mueller interrogating the West Wing, and now this. It's gonna be a baaad week for the markets too. Momentum lost, Mr. T. Gotta find ways to get it back. Make a play.

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  2. The DoJ has become so politicized under eight years of Obama that making a federal case out of everything is a reflexive reaction. They just can't help themselves. - Elric

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    1. They dont make federal cases against liberals and socialists.

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  3. Especially given that immediate, non-official, accounts from police were that the guy didn't act maliciously but rather panicked because he was scared.

    I'd add it is possible Antifa banging on his car made him angry. Still not a federal crime.

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    1. If you're talking about the driver of the car, I have a problem with that - exactly why did he have to drive a car (eve at a slow rate of speed) into a crowd of people demonstrating and/or fighting?

      -Ken

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    2. It is a public street. If you do a little investigating, you will find that the antiTrumpfascists were attacking people from the getgo. 99.999% of the hostile actions were from the leftists. It may turn out this guy was a victim of an attack attempting to get away. That is how it looks to me from what I have read about this.

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  4. What a mess this country is in.....

    The prime objective of the government, deep state, MSM, Democrats, and those making a living giving away taxpayers money are dedicated 24/7/365 to running a freely and honestly elected Donald Trump out of office.

    On the other side are average American's, who work to pay the taxes to give income to those playing Robin Hood's deranged brother ("take from the law-abiding workers and give to law-breakers and those that stay home playing video games all day while complaining about everyone and everything").

    FACT - The 'White Supremacists' held a candlelight march on Friday night. There was no violence. It was on Saturday when ANTIFA showed up that the violence occurred (funny how wherever ANTIFA shows up violence occurs). So let's see if Mr. Sessions DOJ notes this in their findings. And if so, perhaps they might want to open up an investigation as to where ANTIFA's funding comes from......starting with investigating George Soros activities in America and if/how they try to undermine the policies of those elected officials that Mr. Soros does not approve of.

    NOTE - The ominous KKK we are talking about claims a national membership of 6,000 people. At best it might be half that. The 'Barbie and Ken Doll Club' has more members. Would be interesting to determine who is funding these people, because they sure don't appear to have much in the way of transportation, outfits, weapons, etc. as say....ANTIFA or other Soros-funded groups. Yet somehow this group of people so dominate Democratic party and the MSM attention - who somehow tie them to both President Trump and a good portion of his 60 million-plus voters.

    -Ken

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    1. There's something scary wrong with the DOJ (like how redacted the story of the Lynch-Clinton tarmac meeting was ... as Sessions released it.

      I don't know anything about this guy and I do not support racism -- but the DoJ move seems to be the typical Obama move to make sure there's a federal hate crime attached ... strictly for Democratic political moves.

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    2. Damn! You're beginning to wake up to reality. Congratulations. -Elric

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  5. "The worse case is this murder will be used as an excuse to shut dissent down in America."

    They knew about that rally long before it occurred and they knew antifa would be there to provoke violence and they did nothing to stop them.

    It was a setup for exactly that - to suppress free speech and free assembly of conservatives.

    There is a war going on in the US. Most people don't know about it.

    Read Rich Higgins' memo. The first page lays everything out clearly.

    http://www.businessinsider.com/heres-the-memo-that-blew-up-the-national-security-council-2017-8

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  6. I was extremely depressed last night and today as I realized yet again that this is all a part of the plan to successfully impeach President Trump. The Mueller investigation will give Congress a bogus report they can debate (as the bogus GPS-Fusion "Dossier" gave the FBI a reason to investigate the Trump campaign). Incidents like this are all a part of driving down President Trump's support (so far that hasn't happened) and getting 2/3'rds of Senators to vote for his removal from office.

    President Trump has been doing his part in implementing his agenda – one that not only his voters but most other Americans want (starting with the repeal/replace of Obamacare). But Congress doesn't want to do any of that as it hurts their donors/lobbyists (who later turn out to be their business partners – most Congresspeople that are reelected at least once are worth $5M or more.....very few came to Congress worth anywhere near $1M). So Congress needs to get a series of excuses to be all indignant about to explain to their voters as why they voted for his impeachment (what we have so far is his verbal syntax...be it about 'White Nationalists' or Kim Jong-un).

    Then I got to thinking about the big picture.....

    Say he is impeached. Will law-abiding citizens show up en mass with weapons destroying government buildings as the Civil War begins? I realized they wouldn't. People that support him are not like that – the left is. So will people sit idly by watching their retirement funds in the stock market vaporize and people from other countries come into America to take their jobs via a revitalized TPP as they wait to be euthanized by non-medical bureaucrats administering health care? Of course not. The American way is to recognize that the Democrats and GOPe are in fact the Uni party. We need a party for the people. A party that will run candidates to continue what President Trump has started. No doubt that it will happen.


    I felt better.

    -Ken

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  7. OK. From the video I've seen, this guy drives his car down a street, runs into a car, which in turn collides with the one in front of it, and someone gets killed.
    So did the third car (the one in front) actually hit/kill the pedestrian?

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  8. As Don wrote yesterday, we have to wait to know more.

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  9. Because the police at all levels completely (and possibly intentionally) *failed* to prevent this from happening, maybe?

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  10. Interesting how quickly Sessions can move on this, and how slowly he moves when it comes to prosecuting leakers inside the Federal government. True priorities are revealed in action.

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  11. I'm hoping Sessions investigates why the police disappeared and allowed the situation to get out of control, just like it did at Berkeley earlier this year, Chicago during the campaign last year, etc., etc.
    -Fred

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    1. Fred;

      You are onto it.......

      Berkeley, San Jose, Chicago, etc. The commonality are that all riots were due to violence by ANTIFA, with the Police ordered to stand down by Democratic Mayors.

      The KKK was the domestic terrorist wing of the Democratic party. Today it is ANTIFA.

      Do not make assumptions about AG Sessions and his new FBI Director (this is one of Mr. Wray's first assignments not being under control of Rothstein and/or McCabe). Let's give this a chance to play out.

      -Ken

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  12. Because "Anti"-fa is an interstate conspiracy against civil rights, and so prosecuting them is a Federal responsibility.

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  13. It's federal because the right to peaceful assembly and petition is being disallowed to certain people in America, going all the way back to the presidential campaign of 2016. Chances are Trump encouraged this.

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    1. What I don't understand is why people think blocking streets and chanting would result in furthering their cause or convincing others of their moral superiority- when in fact, all they do is piss people off. And what happens to the rights of others to travel public roadways?

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    2. https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/272803/

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    3. Your link does not explain, or attempt to explain, why grown-a** adults think throwing temper tantrums on public roadways would further their cause.

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  14. He drove from Ohio which potentially makes it Federal, and anyway the Feds have to investigate why the police stood down.

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/272803/

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    1. Sorry. I didn't see your link when I repeated it above.

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  15. Our twisted, lying fake media has once again succeeded in changing the discussion, haven't they.

    We should be talking about how the Democrats are destroying our history; following the lead of the Taliban, ISIS, and the USSR they are destroying monuments showing our past, and which immortalised those heroic figures who shaped our country, for good and for ill. This discussion should be about Lee Park- stripped of the past, it's now "Emancipation Park," what a travesty. It should be about the statues of figures of the Confederacy, who in many cases were famous for other things than simply defending their homelands against "northern aggression."

    The #FakeNews media have succeeded in painting the picture that anyone in Charlottesville who is white, and isn't a member of Antifa, is a "white supremacist," a person who supports "right-wing hate groups."

    They don't even see the irony of describing the Democrat organization of the KKK as a "right-wing" bunch of hatemongers! (Remember Sen. Robert Byrd? "The voice of the Senate," who was Hillary's mentor; also a Kleagle, a Grand Wizard and Exalted Cyclops of the KKK?)

    When our country, founded in freedom, starts "disappearing" historical figures from our past, it's past time to worry. It's time to start loading our rifles. The last box, remember, isn't the ballot box- but the votes cast from that last box will be permanent!

    I mourn the country we once had, which is now only a distant memory; and if that makes me a bigot, a white supremacist, a hatemonger- well, bring it on!

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  16. What the JD SHOULD be investigating is who told the cops to let this crap happen.

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