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Thursday, August 11, 2022

How to end the FBI

For the first 35 years of my life as a Cleveland Indians fan, the team had six winning seasons. Most people viewed Major League as a comedy but we fans saw it as a documentary. They were that bad.

When they moved to the new park in 1994, they began winning. They sold out every game. Nobody does that in baseball. Cleveland did. A colleague asked me if I resented the people jumping on the bandwagon.

I said no. I've been waiting for them.

So it goes with calls to abolish the FBI. The bureau spying on Donald Trump on behalf of Obama was the last straw for me. I have issued calls to dump it. 

For example, in calling for the indictment of Andrew McCabe in 2018, I wrote, "The end game should be the repeal and replacement of the FBI with an agency that helps local and state law enforcement officials.

"The United States was never intended to have a national police force.

"Yes, federal laws should be enforced.

"But over the years, the FBI has tried to entrap politicians (Abscam) and otherwise abused its power. The refusal by FBI officials to honor a congressional subpoena shows a contempt not only for Congress, but for the Constitution and the American people.

"FBI agents put their lives at risk every day to protect and serve America, but the fish rots from the head down, as the saying goes. Throw the fish heads in prison, and re-assign everyone else."

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Now the calls for dumping the bureau are rising following the raid on Mar-a-Lago. This is the biggest fishing expedition since Moby Dick. I welcome the help to rid us of the  bureau.

But I made one mistake. Don't reassign any of the agents and support staff to anything. Start fresh.

Some parts of the FBI are necessary. The center in Clarksburg, West Virginia, that does background checks is a service that a federal government can provide the 50 states. Take it out of the FBI and out of the Department of Justice and give it to Homeland Security. Do the same with the U.S. Marshal Service which should add employees as its mission is about to expand. Ship it to Homeland Security. Also add employees to the Secret Service, which already is in Homeland Security.

Then and only then, abolish the FBI. Freeze hiring in any federal agency for two years so that everyone in the FBI has no place to go except a state agency or (gasp) the private sector. 

Then ship back the Marshal Service and the background check to the Department of Justice along with the Secret Service because I plan on getting rid of Homeland Security, too. The Department of Defense is going to protect our nation again. Having the Air Force screen passengers at airports will cut into the time for their woke training. Gee, that's too bad.

I get that 90% of the FBI staff are good loyal Americans. But the bad apples have so rotted the bunch that we must discard the entire basket.

But who said I know everything? I look forward to ideas from others on how to end the FBI because that is what we need to do. And we need to do it in a way that it won't return.

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Next up, the Capitol Police. Their duties can be assigned to the Walmart greeters.

69 comments:

  1. After Reconstruction ended, 20 infantry regiments were no longer needed, so the Army created what were called Benzine Boards to cashier all but the best officers.

    That's how you do it.

    Purge. If they want violence, give it to them.

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    1. There you go. A no BS, no wishy-washy solution.

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    2. How about taking things a little further ? Designate ( by legislation) Washington DC as a non residential tourist mecca ; no inhabitants . Cede the shithole parts of the city to Maryland and Virginia ( I think maybe The Dominion state already got their part ) and forbid / enforce zero inhabitants . That would eliminate this foolish talk of the District becoming a state .

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    3. My solution is a bit drastic, but I propose this:
      Nuke DC.

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    4. Virginia took back its part of the District in March of 1847.

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    5. va doesn't want it. nor do we want the northern counties that are the burbs of d.c. we would gladly cede them to maryland. but we'd rather nuke it. the swamp must be destroyed, purified by fire, not just drained.

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  2. Don, the problem with these ideas is that you are thinking like a normal, patriotic American. The elites in power on both sides of the aisle don't think of themselves that way, they consider themselves above the hoi polloi whose only role in life is to control the rubes and line their pockets. Up until the other day (Mar-A-Lago), I was of the opinion that we still had a chance at turning this thing around. I've come to my senses now. No election is going to change things, this country is too divided to ever pull it back together. The swamp creatures will pull every trick in the book (and some that aren't) to retain their chokehold on power. The next 3 months are going to be very dangerous times for a Republic that is already on life support. And after the so-called "elections" take place, even more so. Sorry to be so pessimistic but as Rush used to say, I live in Realville.

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    1. Sadly agree. Nothing will change now unless and until these marxist elites who regard us chumps as confetti are removed by clear force. No election or polite words will work now. Interesting to see the Israel papers are calling the Mara lago raid "America's Kristallnacht". Check for yourselves and see....they are spot on!! That nation went on to suffer the holocaust because leaders refused to see the facts smacking them in the face.

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    2. Very soon, I hope, we actual Americans will have our own version of Realville, one that these DC reptiles will wish they hadn't help create.

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    3. I tend to agree.

      Also those that count the votes and control the voting machines seem these days, far less than honest.

      The two questions are; is it time to and are there enough who will pledge their lives, fortunes and sacred honor?

      Frankly I'm not sure of the answer to either.

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    4. Not just the Marxist elites (Demo-Commies), also the GOPe. Like the FBI 99% of crooks in Congress and the Senate give the 1% who are honest a bad name.

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  3. “I get that 90% of the FBI staff are good loyal Americans.” - with all due respect MR Surber how do you come by that? We’ve all seen enough corruption to know “The Fix” is in/has been in on many things.

    One of the reasons I quit watching Sean Hannity was due to his innate bias in favor of law enforcement: “99% of FBI agents are honest, hard-working LE”. How does he come by that statement? Did he conduct a thorough investigation of said agents? Of course not! He shot from the hip due to his innate bias & endlessly repeated it (with so many other things).

    If they’re “loyal” Americans then where are all the whistleblowers?

    Boarwild

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    1. If they are loyal Americans why didn't they resign from the criminal FBI?

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    2. Ditto...two thumbs up👍👍

      HPB

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    3. "If they’re “loyal” Americans then where are all the whistleblowers?"

      Excellent point! They're probably threatened by the very people who can deliver very credible threats.

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    4. The whistleblowers are in shallow graves.

      How many capitol police have committed suicide since 1/6/21?

      "Death of DHS Official Philip Haney, Whistleblower, Ruled A Suicide" [Daily Mail.] "March 10, 2022--Feb 21, 2020: Philip Haney, 66, is found dead from a single gunshot wound to the chest in an open park-and-ride area on State Highway 124..."

      Please do not confuse the park-&-ride on ST HWY 124 with Fort Marcy Park on the George Washington Parkway where Vince Foster's body was found covered with carpet fibers and suspiciciously lacking in accompanying blood and ejecta from the single gunshot wound to the head (from a gun different than the one reported next to the body) before his death was ruled a suicide.

      The nineties were full of such events.

      Omerta has been enforced by the DC uniparty mafia for a long time.


      The reason that the suicides are so preposterous is that we are supposed to know in our guts that they are murders while denying reality with our mouths. (Doublethink enforced through terror and repetition.)

      The most recent one that I recollect was the fellow in AR who shot himself in the stomach and hung himself from a tree at the same time. I don't remember his name--somebody connected to the Clinton's... .

      Seth Rich stands out from the crowd because he was reported as a preposterous murder rather than as a preposterous suicide--he was killed in a robbery in which nothing was taken.

      In another story in recent years a Supreme Court Justice was found dead with (from?) a pillow over his face. Strangely there was no autopsy.

      Epstein didn't kill himself, but the next whistleblower will most likely be similarly assisted, and every potential whistleblower knows this.

      Their families may all be similarlly assisted.

      That is why there are so few whistleblowers.

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    5. @James Sounds like most of those whistle blowers committed Arkencide ;) The most recent I've seen is a woman who supposedly hung herself and set herself on fire. Or set herself on fire and THEN hung herself. It's a matter of timing, I suppose.

      https://www.lamag.com/citythinkblog/woman-who-self-immolated-hung-herself-from-tree-in-griffith-park-ruled-a-suicide/

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    6. "I get that 90% of the FBI staff are good loyal Americans. "
      My question. After taking a dump and cleaning yourself, don't look at the tissue for insight into how many federales are "good".

      This month is the 30th anniversary of Ruby Ridge. The federales are only getting better about covering their tracks. Or growing more arrogant and not caring about what rights they trample.

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    7. Scared of their jobs and pensions. Excellent reason for ending defined pensions and going to defined contribution that can't be taken away.

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  4. Don, you've come to the realization that the FBI is criminal from the head down. That except for the labs it should be defunded, disbanded, and destroyed never to rise again; after some of its duties are transferred.
    I take issue with you about the personnel.
    If they are good and loyal to their sworn oath to the Constitution and the United States of America and they watched the FBI go criminally rogue, why didn't they resign? Silence is assent.

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    1. Even the Labs need to be purged. Sorry they have screwed up too many cases for the FBI not the citizens

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    2. AG - Amen!!!

      Boarwild

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    3. Sorry - I meant “JG” ;<)

      Boarwild

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    4. Purge the lab personnel and keep the equipment. Let them go out and get two honest jobs to pay the rent and feed their children.

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  5. US Marshals service. They kept the peace before J.Edgar and will after Stay.
    2DC

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  6. US Marshals Service is not a part of the FBI. It is a separate agency also under the DOJ. I've litigated against them on behalf of deputy marshals. Perhaps not as dirty as the FBI, but the corruption at the top is pretty bad and they work with the other federal agencies as part of the Deep State. Example:
    https://www.eff.org/press/releases/eff-files-foia-suit-over-us-marshals-spy-planes
    "The Wall Street Journal revealed last year that the Marshals have been flying small, fixed-wing Cessna planes mounted with IMSI catchers—devices that emulate cell phone towers and are able to capture the locational data of tens of thousands of cell phones during a single flight. The planes—in the air since 2007—reportedly were based out of five metropolitan airports and shared by multiple agencies within the U.S. Department of Justice, even as sources within the agency questioned the legality of the program."

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    1. Isn't the "legality" of the entire federal establishment in question? A podcaster recently observed the only two agencies he felt deliver honest service were the Post Office (mostly) and the FAA. That's a short list. Maybe the Coast Guard Search and Rescue.

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    2. After some of the things I heard regarding the Post Office in the last election, I don't think I would count on them to deliver honest service.

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  7. Deplorable California Refugee in IdahoAugust 11, 2022 at 5:09 PM

    We will never be rid of the FBI, nor the rest of the deep state. It has become too large, too entrenched and too powerful. It has outgrown the ability of our constitutional branches of government to control it. As Ronald Reagan once said - “No government ever voluntarily reduces itself in size. Government programs, once launched, never disappear. Actually, a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we'll ever see on this earth!”

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    1. We will never become energy independent. we will never get unemployment below 4%. We will never move the embassy to Jerusalem.

      We will never defeat the USSR.

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    2. There has never been this much anger by this many people before. The criminal corruption cat is way out of the bag, even to the point that RINOs have been totally unmasked. More and more, a half-ass solution to this federal mess will not be tolerated. The reptiles in the DC bubble may not be getting this. Would like to be a fly on the wall at their cocktail parties, where they love to laugh at us Deplorables. Are they still laughing? Is any one among them saying, "Hey, wait a minute. Did you see what happened yesterday?" A red tidal wave in November would certainly help. We'll see how many people actually wake the hell up.

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    3. If nothing else, "we've" got to start realizing that the people who tell us they're going to fix things are the same people that caused most of our problems in the first place. Case in point: The Idiot in the White House.

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  8. Don, Thanks for sparing me the agony of recounting the Jose Mesa debacle in the World Series. You are, of course, correct about the FBI and DHS, but there’s no reason to stop there as Dept of Education, TransportIon, etc serve no productive purpose and if they disappeared tomorrow the only people who would notice would be the ones dismissed.

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  9. "I get that 90% of the FBI staff are good loyal Americans.".... lost me there

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    1. I think he meant 9.0% but that is only if you include the janitorial staff and building and grounds folks.

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    2. Thing is, I can't even say that 90% of the people at the pet store are good and loyal, let alone any gov agency

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  10. With the Mar-a-Lago spectacle, we have reached the tipping point. The next six to nine months are going to determine the fate of our nation.The pressure has to be kept on the Republicans to rid us of the Deep State, especially if they win the Congress. That will be Mission No.1!

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    1. Meanwhile, McConnell mumbles something about the FBI raid under his breath. He thinks he's got it all under control and can preserve his crew of RINOs. if we're all lucky, he'll get the surprise of his life. We'll see.

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    2. The Turtle needs a good Rodgering down the pelican gullet...

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    3. I had a hearty chuckle over that anon! Thanks!!

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    4. You are welcome. That would be a comment on Dick Dick Go.

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  11. We need very, very few screeners at airports if ticket purchasers are run through a credit score database first and frequent flyer database first. Someone with a good credit score, steady job frequent flyer miles are unlikely terrorists.
    The 10% with lousy or no credit scores who don't join any mileage awards programs are the folks to search and screen.

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    1. 90% of the screening can be accomplished well in advance. They can get enough information when you book your flight.

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    2. Dick says, Now hold on a minute Poopsie...are you calling out the "10%"? We..err, they might not have shit, but by God they have lotto, tobacco, alcohol, unemployment, fat women yard sillouettes (with painted white tires for planters), and several more life enhancements. Don't judge the bottom....

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  12. "I get that 90% of the FBI staff are good loyal Americans."

    Show your work please.

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  13. Excellent piece. Well reasoned. I have agreed with almost everything you have written since I found you quite a while back. Sometimes I come up with it before you, sometimes I learn of it from you.

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  14. End the FBI by having the US Army Corps of Engineers do their ordinance exercises on all FBI buildings and offices whereever in the world they may be.

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  15. The idea that the FBI is 90% good guys is total blindness. If you were a good guy there, wouldn't you have quit by now, or started leaking/whistleblowing the lid off the whole thing? If you haven't done that, are you really a good guy?

    The FBI is thorough in its background checks. They do not hire good guys. They plant evidence on good guys and lock them up. The bureau is corrupt all the way down. It needs to be eliminated, lots of people need to go to jail, and there should be a constitutional amendment that declares it an act of treason to ever attempt to reopen it.




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  16. It’s important to remember that most people voted for DJT; to respond to these events as if we are the minority is to affix our self-sold noose.

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  17. If we want to repudiate and demoralize the FBI, wouldn't it be easier just to rename them the "Guardians?"

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    1. Low blow; LOL; the "Commanders" seems to fit their ambition but is also already taken by another failing institution.

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    2. Thanks. The only reason I mentioned this is Cleveland is in 1st place in the AL Central, yet their attendance and ratings are cratering. The name change was a big show of disrespect to the fans.

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  18. Agree with all the commenters here about abolishing the FBI. They have shown by their actions how criminal they are in their treatment of regular Americans. You can't negotiate or debate these kind. About 30 or 40 other alphabet agencies need to go too.

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  19. I agree full heartedly. Unfortunately Congress does not have the cajones to even consider these ideas. I have no faith these great ideas for the Country could ever be undertaken.

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  20. I said it somewhere else on this site, and I'll say it here. Fire those FIB sunny beaches, and they'll go straight to the Infernal Revenue Service and be back at work the next day, doing the very same stuff.

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  21. HAS THE FBI REPLACED THE KKK as the ENFORCEMENT ARM of the DEMOCRAT PARTY/???

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  22. I'd move the Secret Service back to Treasury.
    ---FR in SC

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  26. The problem dates back to the elimination of the PACE exams that insured intellectually prepared and suitanle candidates were hired. With its end we see agencies donating 95% to one candidate. Only the bling can't graps the problems or implcations of this.

    All our agencies need to be purged and new standards set up.

    One I would urge is an independent IG for all agencies that is independent of them. The IG is at best a joke and more often a whore for the depraved who raise to the top of the bureaucracy. Look at Comey and his ilk. They would all fit in with the guard corps at the Nazi extermination camps manning the ovens.

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  29. Naw, chop them off immediately. It'll have an effect on every law enforcement agency in the U.S. to not be fascists.
    As for the agents, most are probably still white, they can be discriminated without fear in the jobs sector.

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