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Defund the FBI


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by Patrick   $0.61 total tips   💰tip   follow   2021 Aug 3, 1:18pm  

If there was ever an organization desperately in need of defunding, it's the FBI.

They have become a tool of state oppression of citizens, like the old East German Stasi. They actively incite crime to get people to commit it in order to then "catch" them and justify their budget.

https://patrick.net/post/1340257/2021-07-24-the-fbi-is-orchestrating-its-own-terror
https://patrick.net/post/1340349/2021-07-29-no-army-of-insurrectionists-appeared-on
https://patrick.net/post/1340084/2021-07-13-fbi-tells-americans-to-report-family

But for BLM, they studiously look the other way and never prosecute...

The best way we can defend ourselves is to cut off their funding. We need to make a national movement out of this.

Local police deserve our funding and support, but the FBI deserves defunding and hard prison time for its upper management.

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120   Patrick   2022 Jul 27, 7:22am  

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/with-fbi-looking-ever-more-corrupt-director-wray-should-feel-the-heat


With FBI looking ever more corrupt, Director Wray should feel the heat

Grassley says Auten and others falsely labeled the Biden material as “disinformation,” presumably of Russian origin, and that Thibault not only ordered inquiries into other derogatory information about the younger Biden closed, quite wrongly, but also “attempted to improperly mark the matter in FBI systems so that it could not be opened in the future.”
124   Patrick   2022 Aug 5, 9:23am  

https://babylonbee.com/news/fbi-adds-itself-to-fbi-watch-list




WASHINGTON, D.C. — In an unprecedented move to protect the safety and security of millions of Americans, the FBI has added itself to the FBI watchlist.

"When we reflected on the vast number of pedophiles, insurrectionists, frauds, and killers in our organization, we thought: 'Holy cow! Someone needs to keep an eye on these weirdos!'" said FBI Director Christopher Wray to reporters. "That's why today we have decided to place the FBI on the FBI watchlist so the FBI can keep a close eye on the FBI before the FBI does something terrible."

Congress is demanding oversight of the FBI's monitoring of the FBI, as the FBI has been known in the past to let the FBI get away with horrific crimes. The FBI in turn is monitoring the Congressional oversight committee in charge of overseeing the FBI's oversight of the FBI. "Americans shouldn't worry, we have this all under control," said Wray.

Critics of the move expressed concern this may hamper the FBI's ability to organize governor kidnapping schemes, insurrections, and mass shootings.

"Without the FBI at our disposal, we may have to turn to traditional partners such as the mafia to fight our political enemies," said one anonymous Washington bureaucrat. "What's the world coming to?"

At publishing time, the FBI announced they now have the FBI in custody. Unfortunately, they released the FBI from custody a few minutes later.
126   Patrick   2022 Aug 9, 10:12am  

https://nitter.pussthecat.org/pnjaban/status/1556800278451564545#m


Harmeet K. Dhillon
@pnjaban
16h
This FBI:
* Pushed Russia collusion hoax
* Spied on law-abiding Americans
* Lied to FISA court
* Ignored Hillary's server escapades
* Ignored Biden Family criminal activity
* Persecutes journalists at Project Veritas
* Treats J6 trespassers like terrorists
* Goes after PTA moms/
* Ignores drug crimes at border
* Allows drug cartels to operate freely in the US
... I could go on.
Our FBI has become a total disgrace, and Merrick Garland is so deeply lacking in judgment that he is unfit to serve as AG. Americans deserve better that this shameful crew
131   Patrick   2022 Aug 9, 11:28am  

Map of US enemy military bases in Florida:



135   cisTits   2022 Aug 10, 11:56am  

Patrick says








Yeah. They will have their plants testify that Trump organized the insurrection. Then they will bar him from office.

Which works just fine for me even tho Trump suffers, unfortunately.

DeSantis will win 2024 on a landslide and then purge the FBI.
137   Patrick   2022 Aug 11, 9:06am  

https://nitter.pussthecat.org/ClayTravis/status/1557462762514796547#m


Clay Travis
@ClayTravis
19h
How corrupt is the FBI? Two days after they raid Donald Trump’s private residence, Hunter Biden, whose laptop proving multiple felonies the FBI has had for years, hops on Air Force 1 for a family vacation.
143   ad   2022 Aug 11, 11:51am  

Patrick says

They have become a tool of state oppression of citizens


Patrick, I respect Dr Ward a lot. He is a leader in my county.

https://www.gulfcounty.news/stories/its-time-for-the-people-to-abolish-the-fbi,10804

Jon Ward, MD
As I sat glued to the television on Monday evening, watching for the first time in our nation’s history the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago, I felt both rage and sadness that America has descended into a level of despotism never before seen. I shouldn’t have been surprised, I have a unique perspective as a citizen who was also politically persecuted by former President Obama’s Department of Justice.

In 2010, as the president of the Bays’ Medical Society, I was a vocal and influential local critic of Obamacare. In 2012, my wife and I were large contributors to the Mitt Romney campaign and I once again was outspoken in my criticism of Obama. I was featured on local news talking about what it would mean for my business if Obama was re-elected. In 2013, FBI agents started showing up at the offices of other dermatologists, flashing their badges and asking if they had seen any disgruntled patients of my practice.

This culminated in an FBI raid of my dermatology practice in late 2014. Even though my attorneys had sent the FBI a letter stating that we were aware of an investigation, that we were happy to cooperate in any way, and that we were preserving all documents, a very public raid that was leaked to local media ensued. During this raid, the local agents went so far as to tell the employees who had shown up for work that day that their boss was going to jail and they should look for new jobs.

After four years of harassment and nearly a million dollars in legal fees, the FBI quietly returned all of our documents and there was no public apology or leak to the press to watch them “unraid” my office. We did nothing wrong, they were given orders from above to prosecute me for political reasons, and with all of the weight and force of the federal government they found nothing. This experience is why I have no respect for them.

Now all of America got to see on Monday night what I have known for eight years: The Department of Justice is corrupted beyond repair. The federal prosecutors have no ethics, the local agents have no integrity, and the judges will sign off on anything brought before them. It’s time for us to abolish them in Northwest Florida. We’ve always had that power, most people just haven’t known it. It’s the beauty of how the founders created our constitution.

Any enforcement action the federal government wishes to take against individuals must be heard in a federal court with a jury of their peers. That 12-person panel of “We the People” has always given the benefit of the doubt to the FBI, the federal prosecutor, and the judge. We have seen over and over the abuses of this system and the raid on Mar-a-Lago should be the tipping point to end that benefit of the doubt. It’s a concept referred to as jury nullification, where a jury takes the law into their own hands and decides a prosecution is unjust.

Currently in Northwest Florida, we have a prosecution taking place with former Lynn Haven Mayor Margo Anderson and local contractor James Finch. The accusation is that Mr. Finch gave Mrs. Anderson an old RV after Hurricane Michael. I find it very interesting that Mayor Anderson was prominently featured with President Trump when he visited Lynn Haven after the hurricane and that Mr. Finch was a very generous contributor to the President’s re-election campaign. What is the likelihood that their prosecution is influenced by politics?

Compare how they have been treated to our current Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried. Her boyfriend, marijuana executive Jake Bergmann, purchased a home for her in Tallahassee for over $700,000 and then signed the deed over to her. As Commissioner of Agriculture, she is supposed to regulate his industry in this state. Has the FBI investigated this gift - which is far more significant than a used RV - to Mrs. Fried? I assume not, as she is currently running for governor.

We do not have to wait for politicians to take action, we have the power to abolish the FBI right here in Northwest Florida by agreeing that all federal prosecutions involving the FBI are assumed to be political in nature. It can begin by the jury in the Finch and Anderson trial bringing a not guilty verdict. And with the federal government hiring 87,000 IRS agents with a high likelihood of being used against political opponents, we had better start the process now. We have the power to abolish both the FBI and the IRS in Northwest Florida effective immediately.
144   ad   2022 Aug 11, 12:25pm  

Patrick says

https://babylonbee.com/news/fbi-to-begin-raiding-homes-of-those-who-criticize-fbi-raid


There is a saying about the secret police or thug enforcers like Mao's Red Guard or East German Stasi.

"Complain about the Stasi, get a visit in the middle of the night from the Stasi"

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145   HeadSet   2022 Aug 11, 12:27pm  

What do you think the odds are that Eric S Schmitt above will be an audit target of those 87,000 new goons?
146   Patrick   2022 Aug 11, 12:34pm  

https://notthebee.com/article/ron-paul-was-right-again-heres-video-from-1988-of-ron-paul-explaining-that-the-fbi-was-designed-to-spy-on-americans-who-might-be-disagreeing-with-policy


Since before I was born, Ron Paul has been out spitting the truth about the US government.

Paul goes through the history of the FBI to that point and comes to this frightening conclusion.

It almost looks like the FBI was designed to spy on Americans who might be disagreeing with policy, especially foreign policy.

So the FBI, though I don't think I can condemn everything they've ever done...I think the FBI has kept and continues to keep a lot of records on a lot of individuals.

Now add to the list Ray Epps and January 6th, the Whitmer kidnapping entrapment, the FBI spying on the Trump campaign under Obama, and this recent raid on Mar-a-Lago.

It's time for the American people to wake up and realize that the FBI cannot be trusted. There's no "wait and see" with the FBI because they are purely a political machine designed to increase their own power.
147   cisTits   2022 Aug 11, 1:27pm  

@Patrick need to rename the title of this post to FUCKING DISBAND THE FBI! or similar.

Time to take the fucking kid gloves off.

Their world class forensics labs, etc can be spawned off to other agencies as part of the shut down. No one is saying to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
148   ad   2022 Aug 11, 1:36pm  

HeadSet says

What do you think the odds are that Eric S Schmitt above will be an audit target of those 87,000 new goons?


Governor Schmitt of Missouri can have his state police arrest any of the Fed goons like armed IRS agent as part of a civil rights violation arrest, or even a Bivens Action.

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149   Patrick   2022 Aug 11, 1:38pm  

ad says

Bivens Action


Thanks, didn't know about this:

https://www.shouselaw.com/ca/civil-rights/bivens-claim/


A Bivens claim is a civil rights lawsuit. Victims can file a claim if their civil rights have been constitutionally violated by a federal agent. Successful claims lead to monetary damages. The federal officer can be held personally liable.

Bivens claims get their name from the court case that created them.1 They are different from other lawsuits that were created by a statute. Instead, courts created the lawsuits by implying a cause of action. The claim provides a remedy when federal agents violate U.S. law.

Victims can file this civil action against a federal officer who violated their civil rights. Civil rights are rights guaranteed by federal law or the U.S. Constitution. Examples of constitutional violations that can lead to liability include:

an unreasonable search with no probable cause by drug agents and law enforcement in violation of Fourth Amendment rights,2
firing someone from a U.S. agency after they express their political opinion (“free speech”) in violation of the First Amendment,3
depriving a prisoner of medical care in violation of the Eighth Amendment, and
depriving people of the right to remain silent and due process, guaranteed by the Fifth Amendment.4
150   richwicks   2022 Aug 11, 1:45pm  

Patrick says


Since before I was born, Ron Paul has been out spitting the truth about the US government.


Ron Paul was the first Republican I respected. I disagreed on his religious position, but his stated morality is extremely respectable.

When Republicans online bitched and moaned that Romney lost, I taunted them saying "If Ron Paul was run, he would have won", and he would have. If it's two pieces of shit, I'd rather the OTHER SIDES shit "win". I don't think Ron Paul was ever a serious candidate, but we never have serious candidates for the presidency, even the assholes that win.

If Tulsi Gabbard was run or Dennis Kucinich or even Bernie Sanders in 2016, they would have beaten Trump, and I know what a fraud Sanders is, but he's a better fraud than Hillary Clinton.
151   ad   2022 Aug 11, 3:58pm  

Patrick says


civil rights lawsuit


Also if someones civil rights are being violated like a Fed goon harasses like threatens, or tries to impede the free movement of a citizen, then technically a citizens arrest can be made. In this case the Fed goon is acting outside their jurisdictional duties. They have gone rogue and are acting just like a private citizen and not a protected officer with sovereign or qualified immunity.
155   Misc   2022 Aug 12, 6:01pm  

Well, looks like there's a few good members of Congress.

Democrats ain't gonna let this get floor time though.

Someone filed impeachment proceedings against Garland.

https://www.congress.gov/bill/117th-congress/house-resolution/743/text
156   Patrick   2022 Aug 12, 8:23pm  

https://www.hennessysview.com/p/fbi-illegal-from-start


The Federal Bureau of Investigations technically doesn’t exist. Congress never authorized it, and the executive branch lacks the authority to create it. Therefore, the FBI doesn’t exist.

All of this is documented on the FBI’s own website. A Brief History of the FBI tells the story of the rogue agency’s beginning under a dangerous tyrant named Charles Bonaparte, grandnephew of Napoleon. Bonaparte was Teddy Roosevelt’s attorney general. ...

In contempt of Congress, Bonaparte created his own team of “investigators,” and the FBI was born. No executive order. No law. Just a lawless attorney general trampling on the Constitution and the separation of powers.

Is it any wonder that such a rogue and illegal institution would behave like the Gestapo?
158   ad   2022 Aug 13, 11:31pm  

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159   richwicks   2022 Aug 13, 11:46pm  

in replay to ad:



There, fixed it.

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