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Saturday, February 10, 2018

Half the country thinks FBI meddled

The Fake News media may believe Jim Comey and his henchmen at the FBI, but most Americans do not.

A Rasmussen poll found that 50% of Americans believe Comey and company lied to get Hillary elected.



"A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 50% of Likely U.S. Voters believe it’s at least Somewhat Likely senior federal law enforcement officials broke the law in an effort to prevent Donald Trump from winning the presidency, including 32% who think it’s Very Likely. Forty percent (40%) think it’s not likely these officials broke the law, with 25% who feel it’s Not At All Likely," Rasmussen reported.

So 50% believe the FBI broke the law and meddled in our own election.

Only 40% do not.

How does this work?

Suppose you are on a jury in a criminal trial. Do you believe the FBI agent?

Or consider FBI recruitment. Will the best candidates now pass on joining the FBI?

Or consider funding. How would a congressman explain his vote to continue funding an agency that tried to undermine our republic?

I support law enforcement.

But I do not support lawlessness.

Yes, it is couched as senior law enforcement officials on the seventh floor of the J.Edgar Hoover Building.

But it rolls downhill.

"The shift in public opinion comes amidst a slew of bombshell revelations over the handling of the Clinton email probe and Russia inquiry that rocked the FBI," Remington Strelivo wrote.

"More texts between FBI agent Peter Strzok, who was a lead investigator on both the Hillary Clinton email server scandal and the Trump-Russia investigation, and his mistress, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, revealed the depth of their negative feelings towards Trump and Republicans in general.

"In addition, the controversial memo written by Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) shocked the country by revealing that the entire Trump-Russia investigation began based on faulty, fabricated evidence that was fed to the FBI by the Clinton campaign."

The public once revered the G-Men, as they were known in the 1920s and 1930s. They were considered honest, hard-working, and relentless in their quest for justice.

Under Obama, it was just another sham group of political operatives.

Nixon had his plumbers.

Obama had his FBI.

And the public finally realizes just how far Obama went to make this a banana republic.

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From Leslie Eastman's review at Legal Insurrection:
Surber, a recovering journalist with over 30 years of experience, has been cataloging the #FakeNews that has been regularly offered as serious analysis of President Donald Trump’s actions, policies, and opinions. He has brought his enormous collection together in the longest, most serious book he has yet written: Fake News Follies 2017.
"Fake News Follies of 2017" is available on Kindle and in paperback.

Autographed copies are available. Email me at DonSurber@GMail.com for details. I am including a "director's cut." I'll email you back the original Chapter 1 that I cut because while the chapter was amusing, it really had nothing to do with the "Fake News Follies of 2017."

Ben Garrison did the cover and I am so happy with it. I told him what the book was about, sent him a copy of the manuscript, and he came up with a perfect cover. I am so pleased.


20 comments:

  1. And more FBI officials resigning yesterday. Lawyer up, bitches. The Cleansing Fire has been lit.

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    1. zregime, I do believe you've misspelled "FIB".
      JimNorCal

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  2. "But it rolls downhill."

    People at the top had to approve what these two were doing. They could not have plotted and done everything they appear to have done without their superiors knowing about it and agreeing to it. A shrewd prosecutor would indict them and then roll them to testify against their bosses. Let the grand jury indictments begin!

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    1. Bring it on, IA! We'll call it Nixon's Revenge.

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    2. There can be no "plausible deniability".

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    3. Can you say "Arkancided"? I knew you could, boys and girls.

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  3. And sessions and wray stand quietly by and watch without taking action. If they are not part of the solution they are part of the problem.

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    1. We don't know that they are standing by. Just because they are not making noise and headlines does not mean they are not acting on this.
      If, however, you are correct, and they do nothing, then they too are treasonous.

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    2. I still trust in Sessions and by extension Wray. I think Sessions is waiting till all of the cockroaches have checked into the roach motel.

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    3. https://theconservativetreehouse.com/
      roam around there for abit-
      Sessions is lying in wait...

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    4. Softly, softly, catchee monkey.

      Anon @1:24 has a good suggestion.

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  4. Apparently former CIA chief Brennan has been hired to pitch the Dem agenda at NBC
    JimNorCal

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  5. Dirty Cops. Dirty Spies. Dirty Judges. Dirty Prosecutors. Dirty Bureaucrats and Dirty Politicians.

    It's Bigger Than Watergate and Will Be Exposed despite the Three Monkey-Media.

    BTW, Iran just shot down an Israeli F-16 with an Obama Missile. Israel is now bombing Iran's Obama-funded anti-aircraft sites.

    That Trump sure is dangerous.

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  6. Free refills on popcorn and drinks?

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  7. They ought to stamp this on the back of every FBI badge as a reminder from now on:

    Treason (noun): the offense of attempting by overt acts to overthrow the government of the state to which the offender owes allegiance.

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    1. Do you mean as a warning, or a "How To"? I'm cynical enough to believe the latter.

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    2. Maybe it's time to do without a national poLice force. We are up to our ears in State cops of all descriptions.

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  8. "Don Surber: Half the country thinks FBI meddled"
    Linked at AmericanDigest.org this morning

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  9. "Suppose you are on a jury in a criminal trial. Do you believe the FBI agent?"

    Sure you do. Don, you don't think anyone who voted for Trump makes it through jury selection.

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