DOJ Corruption
President Harry Truman saw the FBI as the seed of a totalitarian cancer it would later become. “We want no Gestapo or Secret Police,” Truman wrote. “F.B.I. is tending in that direction. They are dabbling in sex life scandles [sic] and plain blackmail when they should be catching criminals.” Whether it’s mass unconstitutional spying, interfering in American elections, lying to courts, or entrapping and sometimes framing innocent Americans, the debate over whether we should have an FBI is drawing to a close. Almost every month another informed author calls for the abolition of the FBI.

Why wouldn't they? Comedy Barrett just gave into them on Ballot counting in PA, so they know they can intimidate her into doing what they want. Nobody can help her till she gathers the moral fortitude to stand up to these bullies and show them she will not be intimidated. A good start would be to make sure she publishes her reasoning for every decision so there is no doubt to her logic. At the moment she is not publishing the reasons to some of her strangest decisions and we can only assume she has been compromised. If not by the Lefts intimidation, then possibly by her $2 million book deal. How could a judge be so stupid to out herself in this position.

cross-posted from: > Farcas oversaw the Department of Defense’s Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Ukraine. She was pictured in a Burisma outfit, the firm that Hunter was a Board member on. She was in her role when Metabiota won $23 million in awards that included a Biolab project in Ukraine. > > She also was the first to slip that Obama was spying on candidate and President Trump.

Terminating Dissent: FBI Merges Insider Threat Training with Whistleblower Training
Further exacerbating the issue, the FBI’s Human Resources, Training, and Security Clearance responsibilities are lumped into one department headed by one individual. Jennifer Moore is the Executive Assistant Director of the Human Resources Branch at the FBI. She is on the list of witnesses Jim Jordan (R, OH) is requesting testimony from during this session of Congress, as there are concerns she has been politically targeting individuals at the Bureau who speak out about malfeasance.

cross-posted from: > Russian propaganda looks like a failure if it was supposed to “reshape U.S. politics” or “sow chaos,” as the Times has claimed. But if the goal was persuading credulous journalists that “the American political system” cannot survive the likes of Nora Berka, the campaign has been a resounding success.

cross-posted from: > When Biden's judicial nominees can't even answer basic questions with information that should be known by first-year law students, now you know why. > > This is who Joe Biden is picking to rule over us with lifetime appointments.

Charles McGonigal — who’s accused of taking illegal payments from a Russian oligarch and a former Albanian spy — is also linked to Biden through the FBI’s investigation of Chi Ping Patrick Ho, who was arrested by agents at JFK Airport on Nov. 18, 2017. At the time, McGonigal was the special agent in charge of the Counterintelligence Division for the New York Field Office and court records show some evidence against Ho came “from electronic surveillance and physical search conducted pursuant to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.”

cross-posted from: > In October of 2020 – just days before the presidential election – 51 former intelligence officials signed and published a letter that baselessly decried the contents of Hunter’s ‘laptop from hell’ had “all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.” > > This was a lie. They all knew it was a lie. > > On Wednesday the Biden clan finally admitted that Hunter Biden’s laptop was his.

At every stage, the FBI has adopted an approach that would compromise or complicate any criminal charge.

cross-posted from: > The “dashboard” was headed by former FBI counterintelligence official (and current MSNBC contributor) Clint Watts, and funded by a neoliberal think

‘Our Family’s Sick’: Why Hunter Biden Lied About Paying $50k Monthly Rent
cross-posted from: > The president’s niece pleaded guilty in 2017 to buying more than $100,000 worth of makeup with a stolen credit card. While she managed to skirt a grand larceny charge and the prison sentence it carried, she was sentenced to two years of probation—time she wanted to serve in Los Angeles. > > What Caroline Biden did next is unclear, but it appears she never left Pennsylvania: She was arrested for driving under the influence in the state in September 2020, but managed to avoid serving time after negotiating a plea bargain.

If you think Charles McGonagal's relationship with Oleg Deripaska was bad, wait til you hear about Christopher Steele eho was a far bigger player in the Trump-Russia probe than McGonagal.
cross-posted from: > While Steele was working for the FBI and for Democrats, he lobbied DOJ officials on behalf of Deripaska, who had visa issues at the time. He claimed that Deripaska was not the Kremlin puppet that U.S. officials believed. The DOJ's inspector general report has details:

HERE IT IS - THE SMOKING GUN: The 20 Point Email of Classified Information from His Father that Hunter Biden Sent to Burisma Board Member in April 2014
cross-posted from: > Why? > > > Buy a cell phone from a 7/11 or CVS tmw and ill do the same.

Merrick. Garland. Is. Lying.
Merrick Garland: "We do not have different rules for Democrats or Republicans, different rules for the powerful or the powerless, different rules for the rich or the poor."

Questions Abound After It's Revealed Biden Special Counsel Hasn't Even Started Yet
cross-posted from: > Here we are, with more documents being found, including some from Biden’s time in the US Senate, and the special counsel is completely missing in action. > > How much sense does that make? What was the point of bringing Hur on board if he wasn’t ready to take charge of what was obviously a very fluid, ongoing situation? Right now, with documents from the president’s senatorial days being found, there’s serious evidence of criminal intent on the table. This is the time when the special counsel is needed the most, at least theoretically given the supposed separation from the broader, political appointee-led DOJ.

China Sent Hunter Biden a 3-Carat Diamond at About the Same Time Joe Biden Was Stealing and Relocating Classified Documents (VIDEO)
cross-posted from: > Look we know a lot more about the diamond than I need to talk about right now. That diamond was given to Hunter about the time these documents were being transported to different locations. It’s very concerning.

Police Arrest 6 After Fiery Atlanta Riots, Mayor Confirms Antifa Used Explosives
cross-posted from: > Are they back out on the streets already? > > Will they be prosecuted? > > Will they serve real jail time? > > Or is this a PR stunt? > > > > Masked rioters wearing the all-black uniform favored by Antifa used rocks, hammers, fireworks, and spray paint to lash out at 191 Peachtree, a 50-story office tower that Deloitte and many other tenants also use. Other buildings were damaged as the group smashed tall glass windows and revolving doors and painted anti-police slogans on the upscale buildings.

DoJ to GOP: There are "limits" on our cooperation with your investigations
This seems like a rather shady maneuver from a group of public servants who are supposedly not doing anything wrong. The last thing they want to see is any sort of scrutiny over how the FBI has treated people labeled by Biden as “mega MAGA” conservatives when compared to significant Democratic Party donors and supporters. When the GOP begins serious investigations into Hunter and Jim Biden’s business dealings, there will almost certainly be more talk of “limits” like this. Their policy supposedly only allows such congressional oversight in “extraordinary circumstances.” But with all of the bizarre and shady things going on in the executive branch these days, nearly everything they’re doing should qualify as an extraordinary circumstance. If Congress wants to know what they’re up to, the testimony could be moved to a closed session with no press access. And while we’re on the subject, I don’t recall the January 6 committee having any trouble getting people to come in and feed them information, do you? We didn’t hear any talk of “limits” over the past two years.

It has become clear to the whole world, that the DOJ will look at your politics, your connections, and your friends before deciding to investigate or prosecute.

The modern day Department of Justice has bought new meaning to the phrase “two standards of justice”

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