Ending FBI Would Be A Good Thing

Ending FBI Would Be A Good Thing — Chris Farrell at Gatestone Institute is calling for the elimination of the FBI.

This is long overdue.

The FBI does not a have storied history but a propagandized one.

Ending FBI Would Be A Good Thing
A TV show is not the real thing

It did not get Bonnie and Clyde. That was accomplished with a posse led by Texas Ranger Frank Hamer.

It did get John Dillinger but that was only after they let him escape twice causing the death of at least one innocent bystander, which is not an uncommon occurrence for the G-men.

They take credit for the capture of Nazi saboteurs in World War II, but the laurels should really go to the Coast Guard.

Defending us from the Reds in the Cold War? LOL. Robert Hanssen funneled intel to the Soviets for decades — even long after the Berlin Wall fell — causing the deaths of numerous Russians working for us.

The FBI tormented Martin Luther King Jr., illegally surveilled other activists, and created agent provocateurs to disrupt and disunite the Civil Rights Movement, and the nation in general. It gave us Kwanza, after all.

The FBI denied the existence of the Mafia for decades. Seriously, what was up with that?

It caused the unnecessary deaths of 82 people — including children — in a botched siege in Waco, Tx in 1993; and killed a mother holding a child while trying to arrest a guy for cutting a shotgun barrel too short.

It played political favorites ignoring serious crimes by the appropriately connected while ruining the lives of the not-so-connected by twisting the law worse than a pretzel, if not out-and-out ignoring it.

It pulls all stops to investigate meaningless and minor matters to cater the crony class for head-pats, while ignoring real terrorism and violations of civil rights.

Just like J. Edgar Hoover did with Mafia, present Director Chris Wray has claimed that Antifa is not organized.

Just as it was the portal to our secrets for the Soviets, consider this.

The nation would be better off if the FBI never existed. We have a surfeit of federal law enforcement agencies, anyway. Get rid of it.

Ending the FBI? It’s a good thing, as Martha Stewart might say.

One thought on “Ending FBI Would Be A Good Thing”

  1. “The FBI tormented Martin Luther King Jr., illegally surveilled other activists, and created agent provocateurs to disrupt and disunite the Civil Rights Movement, and the nation in general.”

    Hoover hated the Kennedys. He hounded US Attorney General Robert Kennedy until Kennedy relented and let the FBI surveil Dr. King. Do you really think James Earl Ray, a squirrely little man escaped from the Missouri State Penitentiary by himself and then figured out where MLK was on his own? No, Hoover already knew where MLK was. It is not far-fetched that Hoover orchestrated Dr. King’s assassination and conned James Earl Ray into a confession. Ray later recanted his confession and the King family believed Ray completely.

    Hoover ran the FBI from its inception in 1924 until his death in 1972. The abuse of power is extraordinary. Now the directorship of the FBI is limited to 10 years. Even so, there is no real purpose for the FBI to continue.

    “The nation would be better off if the FBI never existed. We have a surfeit of federal law enforcement agencies, anyway. Get rid of it.

    Ending the FBI? It’s a good thing, as Martha Stewart might say.”

    I whole-heartedly agree, Bill.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: