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Thursday, May 06, 2021

Abolish the FBI movement begins

I suggested abolishing the FBI a few years ago when its abuse of FISA became general knowledge. Now Dinesh D'Souza has forwarded the idea in the Epoch Times. I hope that kickstarts the cause.

His column began, "For a long time, the FBI has stood as the admirable symbol of a police agency of government, implacably going after the bad guys and neutrally enforcing the laws."

(Psst, Dinesh. Elliot Ness worked for the Department of Treasury, not the FBI. J. Edgar Hoover never took on mobsters. In fact, he saw Ness as a rival and hated "The Untouchables" TV show.)

D'Souza wrote, "Today’s FBI has quite obviously been corrupted from the top. This is a process that seems to have begun under President Barack Obama, endured during the President Donald Trump years, and has now reached its unfortunate nadir under President Joe Biden. It’s time for conservatives and Republicans to start thinking about getting rid of the FBI."

Instead of dwelling on the Russian Collusion hoax, the lying to FISA judges, and the ignoring of the evidence of felonies on Hunter Biden's laptop, D'Souza went to a more recent example of the politicking by the FBI.

He wrote, "The FBI has unrelentingly hunted down Jan. 6 protesters, in many cases confronting Trump supporters who were merely in Washington at the time, or at the mall rally but not involved in entering the Capitol.

"Those who have been arrested have been treated like domestic terrorists, captured in raids involving drawn weapons, even though the charges against most of them amount to little more than trespassing or entering a government facility without proper permission.

"Nonviolent offenders have been given the same brutal treatment as violent ones. And to this day, the FBI promulgates images—a grandma here, a teenager there—asking the public to help them track down still-at-large individuals who had something, anything, to do with the events of Jan. 6.

"Contrast this concentrated effort with the lackadaisical, even disinterested, approach of the FBI to the Antifa and Black Lives Matter activists. Over a period of many months, those activists have proven far more violent. They have killed a number of people, in contrast to the Trump activists who killed nobody. (The only person killed on Jan. 6 was Ashli Babbitt, a Trump supporter shot in the neck by a Capitol police officer.)"

The FBI's persecution of Rudy Giuliani -- the man who brought down the Mafia's Five Families in New York -- got D'Souza going.

Examples of the FBI attacking Americans in America predate Obama by decades. Ruby Rudge and Waco are the most glaring abuses of power.

The FBI has too much power. None of it is constitutional. 

This is a battle that will end decades after I am gone because while Ness was working to bring Al Capone to justice, J. Edgar Hoover was amassing dossiers on everyone in Washington because he had an empire to build and protect.

Hoover made the FBI untouchable.

We need to make the FBI non-existent.

33 comments:

  1. Soon the FBI will be looking at voter records to find out who those domestic terrorists are.

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  2. Let go of the all the leadership positions, send the Agents of 5 years in service or greater to the US Marshall's Office. Send the new "Woke" hires for barista training.

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    1. I have to disagree, send all with more than five years of fbi work to the chain gangs, maybe the less than five years haven't been indoctrinated, yet.

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    2. I have to disagree, send all with more than five years of fbi work to the chain gangs, maybe the less than five years haven't been indoctrinated, yet.

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    3. I have to disagree, send all with more than five years of fbi work to the chain gangs, maybe the less than five years haven't been indoctrinated, yet.

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    4. I have to disagree, send all with more than five years of fbi work to the chain gangs, maybe the less than five years haven't been indoctrinated, yet.

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    5. DONT SEND ANY FBI ANYWHERE THEY ALL NEED TO GO

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    6. Yep. The honest ones get weeded out fast.

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  3. I recall something I was told about the FBI around 9/11. There were Bin Ladin family members living in the NY area and the FBI had been asked to find them. They spent, as I recall it, about a week but found nothing. NYPD was asked and found them within hours.

    Apocryphal? Perhaps. But it suggests that advancement in the FBI has nothing to do with ability to do what one expects of a law enforcement agency and everything to do with keeping the bosses happy.

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  4. D'Souza was screwed over on a campaign finance charge. PDJT pardoned him. I am sure that figured into his thoughts.

    Shutting it down will be a battle royale. I hope there are more than a handful of republicans that are willing to start the fight.

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    1. What bothered me most was the 40 FBI agents that followed orders and participated in the soft coup against Trump; and as well as some analysts who participated. No whistle blowers it seems. I know they fear for their jobs and pension, but I lost 3 jobs for not covering for senior management when in particular when I did audits, so I don't by into any excuse they might have. Poly all of them or if they refuse, fire them.

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    2. It took a world war to shut down the Gestapo and the Kempei Tai. It took the death of Stalin to shut down the NKVD.

      I expect something like that.

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  5. a grandma here, a teenager there—asking the public to help them track down still-at-large individuals who had something, anything, to do with the events of Jan. 6

    They're afraid of the people. as are the Demos.

    Always a bad thing.

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    1. They're afraid of the people.

      That's as it should be.

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  6. Excellent idea, Don! Dump them all in the garbage where they belong.

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  7. Seems like a great goal for the "Defund the Police" movement.

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  8. The FBI has been one debacle after another for years and it is corrupt to the core. This agency has to go.

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  9. J. Edgar set the foundation of the FBI with his thousands of secret files on politicians. And after all these years the only things that have changed are how widely a net those secret files now cover (evidently to include the average conservative citizen) and how they're stored.

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  10. At Quantico in the 80's Marine Officers called them the Fat Boys Institute.

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  11. Fire them all and let them apply elsewhere. They ALL knew what has been going on and they are not needed. Lock the doors and send them all home UNANNOUNCED. Let the press scream. Screw 'em.

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  12. I've been calling for the decertification of the fbi for a number of years and got pooh poohed on cfp.
    It is the only way to fix some of this mess. The problem is there are senators and house members that use the bureau for their own gain, like a private police force.

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  13. We have the FBI only because the Federal government has too many unconstitutional laws. Except for national defense, the laws should be at the state level. Lots of overlapping laws to, for example marijuana was illegal in states, but the federal government piled on to make it breaking a federal law too because they wanted some of the legal action. Repeal the amendment that took away the state houses representation in Washington through the Senate.

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  14. There are two very different career paths in the FBI.

    The agents in the field offices tend to be recruited from successful LEO and advance by breaking cases and putting criminals in jail.

    Then there is FBI HQ which is, and has been since the very first day, 100% political. You should see the “exam” you have to take to get hired there - it’s all Lefty Litmus Test questions. Entirely ideological. Want in? Just answer every question like an SJW would.

    FBI HQ functions today, as it did from the very start under J Edgar, as the Democrat Party’s Gestapo.

    So, my suggestion would be to abolish FBI HQ and keep the field offices. Run it in a de-centralized fashion like the Federal Reserve. FBI Director would then serve as a figurehead and moderator for board meetings in which the heads of the regional offices held the real power and had the most say.

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  15. Yeah, it's too far gone to save. Give any cases to the USMS and close the FBI. The states can use Article V convention of states to shut them down, for the good of the Nation. At the same time, we can Fix congress by passing Term Limits. Retroactively, two terms and your out. Just like POTUS.

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  16. Frankly, the FBI & CIA needed to be purged from top to bottom for decades. It was a grave mistake Trump did not overhaul these two diabolical bureaucratic leviathans.

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  17. I've been involved in re-organizational management for most of my career. It's time to eliminate the entire agency as well as all the armed enforcement departments of the other administrations. Design a law enforcement agency to enforce applicable federal law, and staff accordingly.

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  18. More to come?

    https://abcnews.go.com/US/fbi-agent-shot-serving-warrant-florida-sources/story?id=75632382

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  19. It seems like the fbi was created and has been used expressly to infringe on citizens' bill of rights??

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