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Sunday, May 26, 2019

It's not just America they hate

This is your FBI under Obama.

Lisa Page texted Peter Strzok: “Yep, out to lunch with Sally [Moyer]. We both hate everyone and everything.”

Eric Felten at RealClearInvestigations has good news.

He wrote, "There are a growing number of indicators that the leading players in the 2016 election drama are turning on one another, making a mad dash for the lifeboats to escape being dragged under with the political Titanic that is Christopher Steele and his dossier. These are many of the same people who had been eager to exploit the dossier, that collection of memos paid for by the Clinton campaign and supposedly sourced from Russia. Once treated like the Rosetta stone of collusion, the Steele documents now seem even to Trump antagonists more like the Howard Hughes diaries."

Felten plowed through the emails, texts, and testimony of the people who did the grunt work for Obama in his spying on political rivals. He found a lot of very sick people, just the sort who would turn on one another.

He described Jimmy the Weasel Comey and Loretta Lynch quibbling over whether she told him to call the investigation of Hillary a "matter."

Felten also went in on how Clapper and Brennan -- two professional liars -- are pushing Comey, an amateur liar, under the bus. Comey should have never written that book. Defense lawyers will get all the royalties and he will still go to prison.

But what fascinated me was not that Obama's department heads were and are without principles or morals, but that the underlings they chose to carry out their work were manic depressants.

Page and Strzok were FBI agents said to be lovers but that seems like an inadequate explanation. He's more Paul Lynde than Paul Newman.

Felten wrote, "Strzok provides a vivid example of the attitudes at play. In texts to his lover, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, he makes declarations such as 'I hate DoJ.' Half an hour later he sends another text that includes 'And I hate DoJ.' Elsewhere in the texts, the people of 'main justice' are called 'political dicks.' In the same spirit Strzok declares 'DoJ are putzes, man.' Later he tells Page, 'Don’t trust DoJ' and declares, 'God I hate them.' Page describes DoJ as the 'no brigade.' She writes, 'I just feel like throttling DOJ.'"

That the FBI is part if the Department of Justice does not occur to anyone, including Felten. The idea that they are all answerable to the American people through their president is another thought foreign in this culture.

Felten sees these players as the mean, hateful, spiteful people they are.

He wrote, "As things unravel further, they’re likely to get nastier. In part that’s because the FBI doesn’t just hate the Department of Justice. If the Page-Strzok texts are any indication, the bureau doesn’t much like the State Department either. 'DOJ is a wild pain in the ass,' Strzok texts Page. 'Not as bad as State, but still.' Faced with sending some documents about the Hillary email investigation to Foggy Bottom, Page texts, 'I’m not giving State an advance warning. F them.' Strzok responds, 'And yes, totally. F State. No heads up.'"

This is very casual, routine banter on official business. I doubt Strzok and Page are the only ones with mental problems.

Indeed, there is Sally Moyer.

Felten wrote, "Consider the infamous text from Strzok to Page: 'Just went to a southern Virginia Wal-Mart,' Strzok wrote. 'I could SMELL the Trump support.'

"Lost in the noisy outrage over the Trumpy odors insult has been Page’s reply: 'Yep, out to lunch with Sally' Moyer, Page texted. 'We both hate everyone and everything.'

"'Do you hate everyone and everything?' Republican staff attorney Arthur Baker asked Moyer — a unit chief in the FBI’s Office of General Counsel. The question came in an October 2018 closed-door interview with the House Judiciary Committee and the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight.

"'Some days,' Moyer deadpanned.

"The questioner was nonplussed: 'But you don't hate everyone and everything all the time?'

"'Not all the time, no.'"

Felten said this was gallows humor but there is nothing humorous about all that hate and anger inside her.

In reading the articles about the investigation into Spygate, I see where the players (including reporters) want to keep their agencies independent. But they are not independent agencies. They are not above the law, the land, or the Constitution.

The whole point of the Constitution is the balance of power. It was written long before Lord Acton observed, "Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely."

But certainly Madison and the rest of the federalists knew this intuitively because they acted accordingly. They spread the power around.

I doubt that they would have been comfortable with an FBI, especially one that spies on political candidates.

And look who we have running the place, people who loath people. The FBI pays well but for some reason it wound up with Moyer, Page and Strzok in positions of power. Maybe the job attracts these losers or maybe the job turns decent people joyless and vindictive.

Either way, it is a sign that we have major problems in Washington that go well beyond Spygate. The FBI tried to entrap senators in Abscam, set up Marion Berry, and railroaded Ted Stevens.

And it along with the CIA spied on Donald John Trump's presidential campaign.

And no one in Washington or the press has much of a problem with this.


  1. "And no one in Washington or the press has much of a problem with this."

    "Lord Acton observed, 'Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely.'"

    You just had your paragraphs backwards is all.

  2. You can't be a good Lefty unless you are a good hater.

    PS And you can bet, when it's all been looked into, it will not just be the dossier.

  3. If Stroyk was more Paul Lynde Lisa must've had quite a sore ass.

  4. "Maybe the job attracts these losers or maybe the job turns decent people joyless and vindictive."
    The real answer is that these are the kind of people who their bosses wanted in their positions. Just more indication of the culture of corruption at the FBI.

  5. “It’s a Washington wouldn’t understand.”

    Try me.

  6. The paranoia and hatred on the right is just bizarre.

    Snap out of it, boy.

    One day you'll wake up and realize you wasted the last few healthy years of your life defending a goofy New York game show host. Stop being such a gullible cuck.

    1. He was also a registered New York Democrat.

      Thing is, he's more conservative than many in the GOP.

      Besides, the game show host thing is a plus.

    2. The paranoia and hatred on the LEFT is just bizarre.

      Snap out of it, GIRL.

      One day you'll wake up and realize you wasted the last few UNhealthy years of your life defending a goofy CABAL OF SCUMBAGS, AKA GLOBALISTA FASCIST FUCKS. Stop being such a gullible TWAT.

    3. Projection is a hallmark of the modern democrat party.

  7. Look, somebody let Comey's pet troll out.

  8. I have read that Strzok and his family have a rather long history regarding Iran. - Elric

  9. The turd at the top surrounds himself with like minded turd. Mueller has evidently forgotten that Marine thing about death before dishonor. What a slimy turd.

    1. There is a lot of truth in this. The higher one goes in an organization the more he tends to mimic the person above him. Make the boss look good no matter his intent is the motto. Obama's own lousy, contrived nature of virtue led to much of this bad action, maybe all of it. Look at the sounder of moral piglets he has already attracted to defend him.

  10. "They are not above the law, the land, or the Constitution."
    and they will be reminded of this when we come for them. Don't care about the little fish, I would trade them all for the evil twins O'Barry & the poisoned princess walking the green mile.

    1. Obama knew and approved this coup.

      It's the Chicago Way. It's how he gained office throughout his career despite being one of the most leftist people in public service. The ony only one left of him was Bernie Sanders.

      All this was well known long before he was "elected" President.

    2. Nah. Any fish too small to clean is still fit for the garden

  11. Don't go dissing Paul Lynde. He was a good choice for the rat in Charlotte's Web.

  12. And don't even have the guts to name it's self, (it's self means ex'r or whatever they (them) call themselves) !