Keep in mind, INTERPOL controls the DOJ and FBI: Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the DOJ are Legally Controlled by INTERPOL
We the People Make Official Charges of 28 Counts of Treason: We the People Make Official Charges of 28 Counts of Treason
UPDATED June 25, 2018
FBI and DOJ are Enemy Combatants
Sound thinking Americans must finally admit the truth. The rule of law only applies to defend government dominance and protect chosen establishment elites. By any reasonable standard of conduct the FBI and DOJ has proven that both organizations and cultures are corrupt to their core. Both Democrats and Republicans perpetuate the same perversion under the false claim that they are upholding the law. The courts no matter what jurisdiction operate as gatekeepers for the careerists “public servants”, their corporatist masters, the war party internationalists and the banksters who control money and finance. No matter how one defines social justice or patriotic constitutionalism, the end result demonstrates that the subversion of any legal restraint or accountability is the operating principle.
With the release of the OIG report by Michael Horowitz, A Review of Various Actions by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice in Advance of the 2016 Election, the spin machine runs on high gear to define a public perception that the FBI and DOJ are basically reliable, even if mistakes were made or a few bad apples defied stated policies.
Let the pundits fight over the particulars and interject their own prejudice, especially since Horowitz could not find any such bias within the FBI; but who is so dense to buy this ridiculous conclusion. At what point will society rebel and refuse to grant any consent to a system of illicit subterfuge and their hoax claims with not even a teardrop of legitimacy?
The Department of Justice has sunk to the depths of the Seventh Level of Hell in Dante’s Inferno. These tyrants and the war-mongers lament their pitiless mischiefs in the river Phlegethon. Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch and Jeff Sessions are serial criminals or totally out of their depth for applying constitutional law to a politicalized enforcement extortion racket.
“Wray said the report only addresses a specific set of facts and the actions of a handful of officials. He says “nothing” in the report “impugns” the integrity of the FBI workforce as a whole.
“While the Inspector General didn’t find any evidence of political bias or improper consideration impacting the investigation under review, all of us at the FBI take this report seriously, and we accept its findings and recommendations, Wray said.”
The courts codify the illegal practices of the FBI and DOJ as routine course for their wrongdoing. In an honest juridical process, government gangsters must be held accountable for their own criminality. Sadly, between the expansionist scope and reach that court rulings effect or the blackmail used to extract voting results that consolidate the imperious underpinnings of domineering and coercive power has destroyed the validity of the political order.
Another injustice in this unholy alliance between the courts and the impenetrable prosecutors is the cancellation of bail and incarnation of Paul Manafort. It seems that liberal Alan Dershowitz Slams Jailing of Paul Manafort is one of the very few civil libertarians that show indignation to the rubber stamping of Robert Mueller’s offensive strong arm tactics approved by U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson.
“I have been arguing for the 50 years of my career that we should not be denying bail to poor people, rich people or anyone in between, before they’ve been convicted of any crime. These are presumed innocent people.”
So where is the outrage from all those purported civil libertarians?
The power elite establishment is at war with the populace. The Libtards illusion is that a more intrusive government incurs progress. The NeoCons lust for a bigger and invasive empire. Most non-political and apathetic Americans lack the moral fiber to engage in the battle for the heart and soul of the country. And all the time the bureaucratic Deep State closes ranks that shield their Shadow Government.
How can an entire fraternity of deceitful and lying government advocates be trusted to hold their fellow travelers accountable for their intentional deeds to eliminate any opposition to the unbridled excesses of the central authority? Where is the prosecutorial buzzsaw that is all too often used against dissenting citizens that get in the way of government domestic hegemony?
When the prosecutor becomes the tyrant, the regime loses all legitimate authority. The extent of the despotism that resides in the FBI and DOJ is undeniable. By stonewalling Congress and refusing to turn over un-redacted documents for a lawful oversight review is proof that both agencies need to undergo a complete management reorganization, which abolishes the failed renegade culture.
Steve Baldwin writes in The American Spectator Abuses from the likes of Comey and Mueller are just the tip of the iceberg. We need to be reminded why the founders opposed having any sort of national police force.
Conservatives Should Quit Defending the FBI
“The FBI has a long history of being used by various administrations to harass certain groups and individuals, or, conversely, to allow certain groups and individuals to commit crimes without fear of prosecution. The FBI is supposed to uphold the Constitution but instead has repeatedly violated the constitutional rights of Americans. This politicization has cost many Americans their lives and their freedoms.”
Thomas Knapp argues in Counterpoint, Bye, Bye, FBI? The Case for Disbanding the Federal Frankenstein’s Monster.
“One big problem with a federal law enforcement agency as big and well-funded as the FBI is that at some points it’s almost certain to stop working for the rest of the government and start running the rest of the government. Election? Who needs an election? Just ask J. Edgar what to do.
Unfortunately, the second big problem with such an agency is that it’s hard to get rid of after more than a century of nearly uncontested power.”
Both of these accounts recognize the profound danger of entrusting a domestic SWAT team to a national police force. Add on a corrupt DOJ law enforcement prosecution structure and you end up living in a repressive gulag.
SARTRE – June 19, 2018
June 14, 2018
by Chris Strohm
Found Comey wasn’t politically biased but damaged bureau image
Five FBI officials found to have expressed hostility to Trump
Former FBI Director James Comey was “insubordinate” in handling the probe into Hillary Clinton, damaging the bureau and the Justice Department’s image of impartiality even though he wasn’t motivated by politics, the department’s watchdog found.
Although the report issued Thursday by Inspector General Michael Horowitz doesn’t deal directly with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russia meddling in the 2016 U.S. election and possible collusion with those around Donald Trump, the president and his Republican allies in Congress were primed to seize on it as evidence of poor judgment and anti-Trump bias within the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department.
Horowitz said that five FBI officials expressed hostility toward Trump before his election as president and disclosed in his report to Congress that their actions have been referred to the bureau for possible disciplinary action.
“The president was briefed on the IG report earlier today, and it reaffirmed the president’s suspicions about Comey’s conduct and the political bias among some of the members of the FBI,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said of the 500-page report.
One example cited in the new document is an exchange of texts between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page on Aug. 8, 2016. Page questioned whether Trump would become president. Strzok replied: “No. No he’s not. We’ll stop it.”
Under those circumstances, Horowitz said “we did not have confidence that Strzok’s decision to prioritize the Russia investigation over following up” on potential new evidence in the Clinton case “was free from bias.”
Zeroing in on the evidence of anti-Trump sentiment, Representative Darrell Issa of California said “it appears as though all or most of the 39 people who were tangentially involved had a bias toward believing they were going to work for Hillary Clinton — and as a result didn’t have the guts to take on wrongdoing.”
Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said in a statement that “any effort to use this report as an excuse for shutting down Special Counsel Mueller’s investigation is both disingenuous and dangerous. Nothing in this report detracts from the credibility and critical importance of the Special Counsel’s investigation.”
Horowitz, whose office said it reviewed more than 1.2 million documents and interviewed more than 100 witnesses, didn’t challenge Comey’s fundamental decision against recommending prosecution of Clinton for mishandling classified information.
But the inspector general called it “extraordinary and insubordinate for Comey to conceal his intentions from his superiors, the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General, for the admitted purpose of preventing them from telling him not to make the statement, and to instruct his subordinates in the FBI to do the same.”
He said that “we did not find that these decisions were the result of political bias on Comey’s part,” but “by departing so clearly and dramatically from FBI and department norms, the decisions negatively impacted the perception of the FBI and the department as fair administrators of justice.”
The report also noted that Comey used personal email at times to conduct official business.
Comey said the report “found no evidence that bias or improper motivation affected the investigation, which I know was done competently, honestly and independently.” In an op-ed article for the New York Times, he said the report “also resoundingly demonstrates that there was no prosecutable case against Mrs. Clinton, as we had concluded.”
Horowitz examined actions taken by top officials before the 2016 election, including the handling of the investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server when she was secretary of state. The inquiry expanded to touch on an array of politically sensitive decisions by officials including Comey and former Attorney General Loretta Lynch.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement that John Huber, a U.S. attorney based in Utah who’s reviewing allegations of FBI bias and wrongdoing, “will provide recommendations as to whether any matter not currently under investigation should be opened, whether any matters currently under investigation require further resources, or whether any matters merit the appointment of Special Counsel.”
The FBI said in a statement included in the inspector general’s report that Comey’s handling of the Clinton findings may have violated regulations on releasing information and that his letter disclosing reopening of the inquiry shortly before the election “was a serious error in judgment.”
The bureau also said it accepts findings “that certain text messages, instant messages and statements, along with a failure to consistently apply DoJ and FBI interview policies, were inappropriate and created an appearance that political bias might have improperly influenced investigative actions or decisions.”
Some of what Horowitz discovered has already been made public, and Trump and Republican lawmakers have pounced on those findings in an effort to discredit Comey and, by extension, the investigation now being run by Mueller.
In tweets, Trump has called Comey’s investigation into Clinton “phony and dishonest” and said that Comey, who he fired on May 9, 2017, left the FBI’s reputation in tatters.
Trump has expressed great interest in the inspector general’s report, as well as some skepticism it might not be as damning as he hoped.
“What is taking so long with the Inspector General’s Report on Crooked Hillary and Slippery James Comey,” Trump tweeted on June 5. “Numerous delays. Hope Report is not being changed and made weaker! There are so many horrible things to tell, the public has the right to know. Transparency!”
The inspector general reviewed Comey’s announcement in July 2016 that no prosecutor would find grounds to pursue criminal charges against Clinton for improperly handling classified information on her private email server. He also looked at Comey’s decision to inform Congress only days before the election that the Clinton investigation was being re-opened. Comey’s public announcement of findings angered Republicans, while his reopening of the inquiry outraged Democrats.
“This finding could have been reached the day of Comey’s press conference,” Brian Fallon, who was spokesman for Clinton’s presidential campaign, said Thursday. “It was obvious at the time that Comey was completely deviating from department protocols and it had a fateful impact on the 2016 campaign and the long-term reputation of the FBI.”
Republican critics seized on previous revelations from the inspector general Strzok and Page, two of the FBI officials who worked on Mueller’s Russia investigation, exchanged text messages sharply critical of Trump. Mueller removed Strzok from the inquiry after the texts were discovered, and Page has since left the FBI.
But Horowitz said in the report to be issued Thursday that “we did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that improper considerations, including political bias, directly affected the specific investigative actions we reviewed.” Still, he wrote that “the conduct by these employees cast a cloud over the entire FBI investigation.”
Horowitz found a “troubling lack of any direct, substantive communication” between Comey and Attorney General Lynch ahead of Comey’s July 5 press conference on Clinton and his October 28 letter to Congress.
“We found it extraordinary that, in advance of two such consequential decisions, the FBI director decided that the best course of conduct was to not speak directly and substantively with the attorney general about how best to navigate those decisions.”
Lynch had announced that she would go along with whatever Comey recommended with regard to the Clinton case, although she didn’t formally recuse herself. Lynch had come under heated criticism for agreeing to meet with former President Bill Clinton in June 2016 on her plane while it was sitting on a tarmac in Phoenix. The two sides have said they didn’t discuss anything related to the investigation.
The inspector general released a report in April finding that Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe lacked candor on four different occasions regarding interactions with the media, including providing information to a news reporter about the FBI’s investigation into the foundation created by Hillary and Bill Clinton. The inspector general has referred the matter to the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia for further investigation.
Attorney General Sessions relied on the report to fire McCabe only hours before he was set to retire and qualify for his full government pension. McCabe and his lawyer have adamantly contested the allegations.
The inspector general also has opened a separate review into whether the Justice Department and FBI followed appropriate procedures in obtaining a secret warrant to conduct surveillance on former Trump campaign aide Carter Page in late 2016 and early 2017.
— With assistance by Jennifer Epstein, Jennifer Jacobs, Billy House, Justin Sink, and Steven T. Dennis
This article was originally published by “Bloomberg“
IG Report: A Complete and Total Whitewash by Deep State Agent Michael Horowitz
June 16, 2018
SOTN Editor’s Note: What the recently released IG Report has proven is that the FBI is rotten to the core. That Inspector General Michael Horowitz is nothing but a strategically placed agent of Deep State whose primary function is to protect the criminals in the nation’s top law enforcement agency. See: DOJ INSPECTOR GENERAL MICHAEL HOROWITZ WAS HANDPICKED BY SOROS & CO
Truly, everything about this fake report is a portent of disaster. It’s not what it says that’s so foreboding; rather, it’s what it failed to report. The findings and conclusion are especially telling given the crime wave that was perpetrated by the FBI in collusion with the DOJ over the past 2 years.
KEY POINT: Perhaps the most ridiculous conclusion that Horowitz had the audacity to put into writing is that FBI personnel at no time demonstrated political bias during the investigation. And yet: “Unbiased” FBI Agent Strzok Texted “We’ll Stop” Trump From Becoming President. Just how stupid does the OIG think the American people are?! Not only was there overwhelming evidence of obvious bias, there was “Extreme FBI Bias” throughout every phase of the extraordinarily jaded investigation.
Why this IG Report is particularly ominous for the country is because it reflects a complete failure of leadership under FBI Director Christopher Wray. He has exposed himself to be just another transparent agent of Deep State willing to provide cover to a thoroughly corrupt and criminal system.
Most people don’t get it yet; this report was written by con men to con the American people into believing the system would right itself. It’s so full of half-truths and purposeful obfuscation it hurts to read it. Likewise, the report is so devoid of the existing hard evidence of the crime spree that was committed by the top officials of the FBI. Hence, the IG Report is nothing but a massive and highly coordinated cover-up.
For shame Messrs. Horowitz and Wray, as well as AG Jeff Sessions … and everyone else who contributed to or rubber-stamped this obvious whitewash . It only shows the whole world that both the FBI and DOJ are totally corrupt and beyond reform. And, that they need to be dissolved post-haste before they do irreparable damage to the American Republic.