Sunday Sermonette

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Your sermonette today deals with one of the more corrupt portions of the Deep State Swamp, the FBI.  It needs to be addressed quickly and dealt with the one would of dying cancer patient – more below in the sermonette.
It takes a set to flip off Congress, which appropriates money for your corrupt organization.
FBI Director Christopher Wray refused to answer Rep DeSantis when asked if dossier was used to spy on Trump’s Camp, more here (LINK).  REFUSED TO ANSWER?
(Gateway Pundit) FBI Director Christopher Wray testified at a House Judiciary Committee oversight hearing on Thursday morning. He defended the FBI against Trump’s scorched earth tweets attacking the institution’s corrupt leadership and refused to answer many key questions.
Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) asked the FBI Director if the Hillary-funded garbage dossier was used to spy on Trump’s camp and Wray refused to answer.
Which means, of course, that the fake dossier ginned up by the Clinton Campaign was used in FISA Warrants to spy on the Trump Campaign during the course of the election. That was egged on by the Obama Presidency and eclipses Watergate in all respects. 
In response to the question, did the FBI spy on President Trump, the answer is yes. 
The only solution to this problem with the FBI that has been dogging the sly, puffed up, mendacious, smug agency is to put them under the direct scrutiny of an inspectorate general that reports directly to the president. The FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility doesn’t have the stroke to discipline a corrupt or obstuctionist director. We need something more. The FBI needs to be reformed NOW. Leadership found wanting needs to be removed the way a surgeon wielding a scalpel would remove a tumor. Unfortunately that means a lot of cutting. Will that remove Russian spies in the FBI ranks (I’m thinking Robert Hanssen here)? Quite possibly. Sorry Putin…
Now for the sermonette part, “Ye shall know the truth and the truth will set you free.”
The corrupt, nasty, lying mainstream media went wild with derision when President Trump announced that he’d been spied on by the Obama FBI. We now know that was true and that the FBI was used as a tool to give Hillary Clinton (lock her up) a pass on gross criminal misconduct and to try and damage President Trump. That situation can not stand.

18 thoughts on “Sunday Sermonette

  1. The FBI needs to be disbanded and a new agency put in place. Nobody who ever worked for the FBI in any capacity should be hired for the new agency. That will eliminate a few good people, however, as you said, the cancer must be excised and sometimes good tissue is lost in that procedure.

  2. Having a dysfunctional FBI is akin to an Air Force that can't fly or a Navy that can't go to sea.

    The reform needs to start with the employees themselves. Live up to your oath or get out. Your country is more important than your career.

  3. We may have to stop relying on do-nothing elected officials and take direct action on this and other matters. It is possible that bureaucrats at all levels need to be replaced.

    Paul L. Quandt

  4. I am puzzled that Trump can shit can rogue FBI director Big Jim Comey, but has to put up with the rest of the crooked leadership at the top of the FBI food chain.

    Seems to me that The Donald with a stroke of the pen could abolish every position of GS-14 and higher within the FBI, let those assholes clean out their desks (give 'em 2 hours, tops, after receiving their pink slips), and then re-establish an impartial, credentialled FBI leadership over the next several months, problem solved.

    It's within his Constitutional authority. He's the Big Cheese at the Executive branch of the federal government, and the FBI serves under his constitutional jurisdiction.

    Just do it. It needs to be done, badly.

  5. Juvat – Gutting the FBI completely, while possibly appropriate, is very problematic because they do fill a domestic counterintelligence function that no other agency handles. Homeland Security is not prepared to handle it and neither is any other agency (DEA or ATF in the Justice Dept).

    However we could thin the ranks of the outfit and narrow the scope of operation. US Attorney's Offices could hire investigators to handle their trial preparation needs and they could handle much of the paperwork that is handled by FBI. Most of the bank robbery work is managed by local law enforcement anyway. The other myriad of FBI boondoggles could be handed off or simply eliminated. I'd turn to the CIA's Inspector General to cut some people out and turn them into an FBI IG. The CIA's IG is separate from the Agency itself.

  6. The Deep State is comforted by the FBI's activities. They are the progressive masters of the filthy, lying, corrupt mainstream media, which would howl like a scalded ape if you tried to do that…which is why it needs to happen.

  7. Congress needs to act to authorize President Trump to make the necessary reforms. It would result in a change in the law. That's the only way that it works. And if the FBI stonewalls, send in the Marine Corps and clear out the J. Edgar Hoover Building. Furlough everyone there and put the FBI Resident Agencies under control of senior military officers.

    That would cause all sort of heartache inside of the Beltway, but I'm not sure how else to bring about needed change.

  8. The FBI of my child's eye is gone. A Hazmat teams needs to go in there and clean out the microbes.

  9. 1) Under Obama and 8 yrs of no budgets and CRs, FBI didn't worry about oversight. I think it is now a foreign concept to them, unlike years gone by.
    2) With Strozk and Ohr exposed and dealt with, and Contreras recused, something is afoot in the background, like a surgical strike?

  10. Excellent sermon. I'm recommendung it be read publicly in all churches.

    This malicious, corrupt, devious Illuminati organ of the deep state must be reformed. Or supressed. Or both.

  11. If our do nothing Congress needs to act, then all may be lost.

    Hubby read something the other day about Marines landing outside the CIA building at Langley. I can't believe they missed their mark, but maybe if they did the same thing at the FBI building, it might make some people take notice?

    Very interesting read.

  12. You're right, the current situation cannot continue… And Wray needs to be put under oath in front of a grand jury!

  13. "Clean" was always a myth, but I think that there were people in the FBI who lived honorable lives. These days, its far less true, and not just in DC. There is substantial graft and corruption in the US and among legal attaches at embassies overseas.

  14. I whine about it on this blog, but I don't think that anything will happen to the FBI. There are bound to be a few sacrificial goats who are offered up to public view, but then they'll be offered cushy corporate security jobs with companies friendly to the FBI complete with a nice car, a six figure salary, expense account and a corner office.

  15. It may happen. DOJ might impanel a grand jury to investigate rampant corruption at the FBI, but as I commented earlier, the rot is not confined to DC. It exists throughout and is beyond the capacity of the Office of Professional Responsibility to ferret out and deal with. Sometimes kickbacks go to OPR to look the other way. It happens and I've seen it first hand.

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