By Nathan Barton
I don’t know if anyone actually ran a poll asking the question, “Do you truly expect the FBI and/or Justice Department to indict Hillary Clinton for her breaking federal law with her ‘private’ e-mail antics?”
But I cannot imagine that ANYONE who understands even a little bit about American politics and the corruption of the FedGov woud have said “YES” to that question.
Not if they were honest. Of course, the GOP politicians and the talk-show hosts and a lot of GOP “conservative” pundits surely act like this was totally unexpected: you get the idea that they fully expected to see this harridan do a “perp walk” down the steps of a federal courthouse in DC or NYC or someplace. But then, I’d be stupid if I considered most of those people to be “honest.”
Actually, a lot of the talk show hosts, at least, DID state over and over again, especially after the “grandchildren visit” in Arizona between Uncle Ben and whatever it is that Lynch is, that the fix was in.
The FBI are COPS. Despite their vaunted professionalism, despite their claims to uphold the rule of law, it has been clear since J Edgar first got the appointment that the Feebs are just as corrupt as the Congress and the White House that they serve (and protect), and just like the guy chowing down on donuts, they are more concerned about pleasing the powers that be than the people whom they deal with daily, and who are forced to pay taxes to support them.
And they are no different than the Nazgul in the courts: they know who pays them and protects them and gives them power and prestige.
I am not saying that there are not honorable and honest FBI agents, or state police or county sheriffs or deputies or municipal police officers, or judges. But the majority are, in their own self-interest and with lack of sufficient moral integrity – honor- are NOT. Especially not at the senior ranks.
The Bible warns us, “Put not your trust in princes.” (Psalm 146:3) Princes are not just born to the purple, they are often elected or appointed or elevated by popular opinion. One of the reasons government is bad is because it enables people like these FBI highers-up, to say nothing of people like this candidate.
May be the FBI director did not want to wined up like Vince Foster