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The news that the FBI was actually warned last September about the Florida school killer who won’t be named here has me seriously thinking that lopping the top brass off the nation’s supposed “premier law enforcement agency” just isn’t going to be enough to salvage the Bureau’s viability going forward. No, considering the Bureau’s long and growing record of consistently failing to stop tragedies from taking place, and it’s growing number of examples of bullying behavior and corruption, it may seriously be time to disband the entire thing and start over.
Think about it: going all the way back to Lee Harvey Oswald – who had been under surveillance by the FBI for more than a year prior to the assassination of John F. Kennedy – and proceeding through the years past James Earl Ray, Sirhan Sirhan, John Hinckly, Jr., and more recently, the San Bernardino shooters, the Orlando nightclub killer, and now this Florida school shooter, the FBI’s record of abject failure to act in the face of compelling reason to do so is a sad and sordid tale of incompetence.
Toss in the current ongoing revelations about pervasive corruption at the higher levels of the Bureau under James Comey, and its apparent efforts to literally frame General Mike Flynn and possibly even a sitting president of the United States (see Andy McCarthy’s piece at NRO today), and you have a potentially unrecoverable situation. Christopher Wray was given the assignment by President Trump to work to rebuild the Bureau’s tattered reputation while rooting out the myriad bad actors, but that job may well simply be too big for anyone to accomplish.
Our fake national news media is doing everything it can to prevent the public from learning about all the FBI’s wrongdoing, but recent polls from liberal organizations indicate at least half of Americans have been catching on anyway. And once DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz issues the final report from his investigation, even the corrupt slugs who host the CNN and MSNBC evening programs will be left with little choice but to discuss the biggest political corruption scandal in U.S. history.
Once that happens, it’s difficult to imagine how a supposed “law enforcement agency” recovers from the reality that it not only has not enforced the law, it has actively subverted, violated and simply failed to enforce so many of them.
Back in 1963, when there was no Internet and no alternative news media to speak of, the three major networks, in coordination with the New York Times, the Washington Post, Time and Newsweek magazines could easily prevent 90% of the public from knowing about the FBI’s utter and complete failure to stop an assassination despite its long acquaintance with the alleged killer. Today, as the polls are already starting to show, the mainstream fake media no longer has the ability to do that. There are simply too many ways to learn the truth.
Ultimately, a critical mass of the public at large is going to learn about the FBI’s incompetence and corruption. At that point, when the Bureau’s public trust has been completely lost, what choice will there be but to find some way to just start over?
That is all.
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