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Thursday, May 28, 2020

Mueller shows the FBI needs disbanding



He was for a decade following 9/11 the federal government's police chief as FBI director. Thanks to fawning by the Washington press, Bob Mueller retired with a sterling reputation despite blowing the anthrax case.

In 2017, he came out of retirement and tried to frame President Donald John Trump. John Dowd, Trump's lawyer, provided the details to Gregg Jarrett of Fox.

Dowd told Jarrett, "Mueller’s scheme was the same one captured in the (newly released) FBI set-up notes pertaining to Flynn. They knew they had nothing, but using their official power they created and perpetuated the facade of an investigation."

Dowd said Mueller admitted he had nothing to the president’s lawyers on March 5, 2018.

But the investigation dragged on for another year.

Dowd said, "As I look back, we had the most perfect trusting relationship with Mueller based on his word and handshake, which held throughout. No paper. Word was solid. They received everything they asked for without a hitch or page missing, including the most intimate notes of conversations with and by POTUS. Every witness they requested testified truthfully. No lying. No grand jury testimony. Mueller affirmed all of this in our March 5 meeting. How could there be a whisper of obstruction under these circumstances?"

Obviously, entrapment -- framing a fellow -- was standard operating procedure for Mueller, a longtime FBI man.

Jarrett wrote, "Despite no evidence of an underlying crime, Mueller insisted that the president be interviewed by the special counsel. Dowd knew it was a trap. Mueller had done it to Flynn and others. He was clearly angling for obstruction of justice and hoping to ensnare the president in the equivalent of a perjury trap if he consented to be interviewed."

Politics aside, this is unacceptable.

The left used to complain about J. Edgar Hoover spying on Americans, and rightly so. Hoover kept files on everyone in Washington in an abuse of power worthy of the Kremlin.

50 years later, the FBI is still at it.

Under Obama, the FBI lied to federal judges 17 times to get permission to spy on Donald Trump.

Instead of going after those real crimes, Mueller tried to frame President Trump.

We tried reining in the FBI. We failed because it still had too much power. It was an Americanized Stasi.

President Trump was only the latest politician to be targeted by the FBI. Ted Stevens, Bob Menendez, and Marion Barry are among the many people the FBI targeted. Yes, Mayor Barry was scum. But when he said, "Bitch set me up," something in me clicked. The ends do not justify the means. Sorry. The people of DC wanted him, cocaine habit or not.

Dowd told Jarrett, "They knew there was nothing to investigate. People subverted the system of justice. One corrupt act after another. It’s staggering. The lies were monstrous. It was all pretense and fraud. Mueller should not walk. Rod Rosenstein should not walk."

But they will.

We all know that.

The only reform that will work is to get the federal government out of the crime-stopping game because the power of the FBI is too great for mortal man to resist.

27 comments:

  1. There have numerous popcorn eating moments as these scum are almost daily being revealed for the seditious PsOS that they are. But Mueller's befuddles "testimony" was the best.

    "beyond my purview" Indeed pal, waaay beyond.

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    1. He was only befuddled when being questioned by Republicans. He was sharp and crisp when being questioned by Democrats. Situational befuddlement.

      TarsTarkas

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    2. You don't think he might have gotten the Dem's questions in ADVANCE, do you? They wouldn't do that, right? RIGHT?

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    3. Both Mueller and Biden were/are puppets of the "Deep State". Mueller was Bidenesque in his testimony to Congress but at least he could remember his scripted lines to answer the scripted Democrat questions, but was unable to even follow the unscripted Republican questions. He probably was never told about the "coup" by his handlers/team and was purely just a figurehead/front for the corrupt actors/deepstaters that really ran the "investigation. His "beyond his purview" responses show he was "out of the loop". As he was showing signs of dementia throughout the hearings, he probably remains unaware that he was used. Biden seems to be further into the ravages of dementia as he cant even remember simple scripted answers when questioned by the MSM and cant even read a teleprompter. His puppetmasters were hoping he could hold it together in their efforts to derail Bernie and thru the general election but this seems to be blowing up in their faces

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  2. What I really liked was Grenell declassifying the Flynn documents and forcing Barr to drop the charges against him. Until proven otherwise, Barr is just another DC reptile. Hope I'm wrong, but I doubt it. - Gary B

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  3. I feel confident that we will also learn that Mitt Romney was a victim, not a false persecution, but they spied on him in order to set him up at the debate. Why else would Candy Crowley have on her desk during the debate a copy of the rose garden speech after Benghazi.

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    1. Trump would've ate both of them alive- Zero and Candy. Mittens just took it. I feel the purposely threw the election.

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    2. You got it half right. Obama spied on Romney and whatever he found was so dirty that Romney is owned by Obama to this day. Obama used it in 2012 to force Romney to disappear from the campaign trail the last few months. He took a dive.

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  4. The defense is corruption was only at the top, but no rank and file agents have had a word to say though they have whistle blower protection and are free to come forward after retirement It is rotten to the core and not just the heads.

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    1. Who would the whistleblowers whistleblown too? The Inspector Generals were corrupt, one and all. They would have been tarred, feathered, and railroaded.

      TarsTarkas

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    2. An IG started investigating a friend of the Obamas. He was fired and the Obama administration tried to paint him as crazy. The media yawned.

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    3. Yes, the 40 agents assigned to the investigations and beyond.

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  5. based on his word and handshake, which held throughout. No paper. Word was solid.

    Funny, same relationship between Hitler and Himmler for the Final Solution.

    President Trump was only the latest politician to be targeted by the FBI. Ted Stevens, Bob Menendez, and Marion Berry are among the many people the FBI targeted.

    This is how they kept in business. They were sending people to jail who deserved it, but not for the crimes the FBI accused them of committing.

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  6. The FBI should have died with Hoover. Well, better late than never.

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    1. The FBI should've been disbanded with the end of prohibition ... since the goal of replacing alcohol--as a fuel--with petroleum had been accomplished.

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  7. US Marshals could do most if not all of Fed law enforcement.

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  8. ...Take 'em (Comey, McCabe, Peter Strzok, et al.), out to 'The Silo-s [ala Chicago P.D.]__Brennan,Clapper, and the Intelligence players side, can all go out the "William Colby" way. ZBest

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  9. Mueller threatened anyone in the Trump administration that releasing documents during the investigation could be "obstruction of justice". This kept the spygate story out of sight during the 2018 mid-term elections. Note that Mueller ended his investigation after the democrats has won the House election, because he had achieved the primary goal, of stealing the election. And now Barr and company are trying to run out the clock, in the hope that Trump loses in November, and this can all be swept under the rug. Disgusting.

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  10. Sterling reputation? Not to the Howie Carr and the family of the Boston Four who was framed to protect an associate of Whitey Bulger. While he wasn't involved in the initial frame up, he did his utmost to make sure those guys stay in prison. 2 of them died there.

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  11. Just rename it to Reichssicherheitshauptamt

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  12. Yep, disbanded, it can't be salvaged.
    This wasn't one or two of the leaders. It was damn near all of them, Strozk, Rosenstein, Mueller, Comey, McCabe, ....

    It wasn't an aberration, it was this kind of behavior that resulted in their being promoted and rising to the top. The FBI culture expected and rewarded it.

    In addition to the FBI being disbanded, the leadership from supervisor on up should be banned from federal employment in any intelligence or LEO organization. Too high a risk that they see the behavior as normal and acceptable.

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  13. Destroy the FBI!!! Let the US attorneys hire investigators as needed.

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  14. You will be forgiven for thinking the most powerful man on earth would be immune from these lying traps.
    Unfortunately, the rot is deep, the global community won't quit, and the Tree of Liberty is thirsty.

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  15. So here we are. We've come to a point where good patriotic Americans call for the dismantling of a law enforcement agency.
    We also respond to polling by saying that government no longer has our consent. And that government engages in widespread surveillance of it's citizens.
    We submitted for too long to quarantine of the healthy and only lately do a small number protest rather peacefully.
    Meanwhile cities burn in response to a policeman kneeling on a black man's neck and asphyxiating him to death.
    It seems the left is quick to turn the anger of injustice into action.
    The right on the other hand has slowly accepted and even supported building and then using the bureaucracy of tyranny.
    We have no flashpoint.
    If we never push back in an effective way we must admit the truth. That man staring back in the mirror is just another sheep.

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