Can the FBI be reformed, or should it be eliminated and its lawful functions transferred elsewhere? Roger Simon says tear it down, it's not just a problem with the top brass, but throughout the whole organization.
When I say the FBI delenda est, I mean not just the Seventh Floor leadership that some, like Sean Hannity, blame for the entire problem, but the whole organization and everyone in it.
The fish may rot from the top but the rot seeps down, fatally if left alone long enough. And in this case the rank-and-file agents below apparently went along with a lot of malevolent activities. Is it possible they were all blind to them? Where were the whistleblowers? [emphasis mine]
Update Oh, and when anti-Christ, George Soros, wanted to plant one of his agents on a Senate Committee to help nudge along the sabotage of Trump, he naturally hired a former FBI analyst (not surprisingly, with the help of that repugnant weasel, John McCain).
A Soros spokesman told The Hill in 2019 that the billionaire philanthropist wrote a sizable check from his personal funds in fall 2017 to TDIP in hopes it would continue “investigation and research into foreign interference in American elections and European elections.”
Soros himself is a foreigner (although a naturalized US citizen). And he's infamous for election interference in Western countries. He is demonstrably one of the most evil men on earth simply because he uses his vast fortune to undermine Western societies. Why have our investigative watchdogs never gone after him? Why is he allowed to stay in the background whenever there's another effort to undermine Western values?
Many of our institutions need to be purged of the rot and rebuilt, or just eliminated. The ATF comes to mind.
But the FBI is at the top of the list.
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