You Can’t Spell Indefensible Without FBI

Congressional investigators have found verifiable proof Hillary Clinton broke the law by utilizing her home-brewed email server, and, worse still, the FBI ignored the violations.

For the first time, investigators say they have secured written evidence that the FBI believed there was evidence that some laws were broken when the former secretary of State and her top aides transmitted classified information through her insecure private email server, lawmakers and investigators told The Hill.

That evidence includes passages in FBI documents stating the “sheer volume” of classified information that flowed through Clinton’s insecure emails was proof of criminality as well as an admission of false statements by one key witness in the case, the investigators said.

The investigators also confirmed that the FBI began drafting a statement exonerating Clinton of any crimes while evidence responsive to subpoenas was still outstanding and before agents had interviewed more than a dozen key witnesses. (H/TAOSHQ)

In twenty-three years of law enforcement, I have worked on more than a few cases with the FBI. For the most part, the agents are decent, hard-working investigators. That said, the hierarchy is comprised of bureaucrats, politicians, and agents who haven’t worked the street since the Reagan administration. These men and women have irreparably destroyed the Bureau’s credibility, and when people cannot trust the FBI, they certainly won’t trust local police departments.

I understand my profession has been swirling the toilet for some time now. Most of the wounds have been self-inflicted. Agenda-driven police commissioners believe we should spend more time practicing “community policing” instead of enforcing the laws. When local, state, and federal officers practice politics, they destroy the very oath they swore to uphold.

/rant

6 thoughts on “You Can’t Spell Indefensible Without FBI

  1. Unfortunately one of the things I have realized as I’ve gotten older is that politics has permeated almost everything. And ….. not for the better in the majority of cases.

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  2. I believe that one of the reasons police have such a bad reputation is that politicians pass laws not for the public good, but to increase the amount of money they can bring into the coffers of government. The police have to enforce these laws, whether good or bad, and the blame for bad laws is passed on to the cops.

    If only necessary laws were allowed to be passed, maybe we could get a part-time congress, city hall, state government (YAY, Texas!), and then the politicians would have to get a real job.

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  3. Ronni – My department is full of politicians, and short of actual police officers.

    Mike – Thank you, sir! 🙂

    TXNick – Most departments are revenue generators, not little more. Philly is like that. In district’s special units, they need to make arrests to stay there, so they bring in one bag of weed, or lock up someone for an open container. It’s pathetic.

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  4. And your header photo is from one of my all time favorite movies…………………….

    What a day for a mow……….

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