Defund the FBI

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2021 Aug 3, 1:18pm   112,059 views  759 comments

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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.


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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712   Patrick   2024 Apr 15, 7:24pm  


Government files acquired by Judicial Watch through the Freedom of Information Act revealed startling information concerning the FBI. The agency considered labeling slain Jan. 6 demonstrator Ashli Babbitt as a terrorist after she was shot by Capitol Police.

The group received 62 redacted FBI documents it requested from the FBI.

Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton reacted strongly to the discovery. “It is beyond belief that the Biden FBI gave Ashli Babbitt’s killer a free pass while engaging in a malicious months-long ‘criminal’ investigation of Babbitt herself.”

StopHate, an organization advocating for transparency around the events of Jan. 6, has done extensive reporting on the circumstances of that day and has created several free documentaries that delve into often undiscussed issues surrounding that day.

.@JudicialWatch just uncovered how the FBI spent months investigating Ashli Babbitt AFTER she was killed. And Feds put her killer up in luxe suite on a military base for six months! https://t.co/pnrF13snRb

— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) April 11, 2024
Babbitt was shot and killed as she clinged to a broken window leading into the speaker’s Lobby. She was obviously unarmed and did not present a threat.
714   NuttBoxer   2024 Apr 22, 1:24pm  

"The FBI has an accurate count of the number of automobiles stolen every year. It knows the number of homicides, rapes, and robberies, but the FBI has no idea of the number of children who disappear every year. They simply do not ask for the statistics. Every month, every major police department in the United States files its uniform crime statistics with the FBI. It would be simple for the bureau to add one more column to the statistics and get a breakdown of every reported case of missing children--not to even mention children who are kidnapped for ritualistic purposes, and, in some cases, murdered. I am convinced that the FBI does not ask for these statistics because they do not want to see them. they would be confronted with an instant public outcry for action, because the figures would show a major social problem."

- Ted Gunderson
Former agent-in-charge of the FBI LA field division
718   Patrick   2024 Apr 28, 8:31pm  


"Ukraine Aid" defense funding is a lie. It's "Seize Eurasia" offense funds. As long as "Seize Eurasia" is Blob policy, it will be trillions to Ukraine & doom to all who oppose.

Trump was impeached over Ukraine military "aid" 3 yrs before 2022's war. This is what FISA is about👇

721   Patrick   2024 May 8, 10:52am  


CNN ran a tearful story yesterday headlined, “Federal judge indefinitely postpones Trump classified documents trial.” ...

But the issue of FBI evidence tampering might have been the most interesting out of a raft of very interesting Trump team issues. ...

The photo — unimaginably leaked by the DOJ — was one of the pictures allegedly taken by the FBI during the Mar-a-Lago raid. Many observers, including me, opined it looked like FBI drama queens had deliberately staged the documents, dramatically spreading them out on the floor, intending to manufacture a media picture for later leaking.

Either way, that picture did the job. On August 31, 2022, for example, Washington Post fact checker Philip Bump explained to readers that the “question of whether Trump had classified material with him at his Mar-a-Lago resort has captured the public’s attention. The photo published by the government appears to answer that question quite affirmatively.”

It turns out those of us who smelled an FBI rat were right, as the government has recently been reluctantly forced to admit. At least, we were right that the documents were not originally found on Trump’s office floor. Rather, they were neatly stored in secured bankers’ boxes. The FBI altered the evidence by throwing it all over the floor helter-skelter, putting stupid tape measures under it to look official, and adding a silly evidence tag (“2A”), like they were marking the location where the fatal bullet casing was found.

But it turns out it was so much worse. Thanks to heroic work by Trump’s lawyers, and following several stern orders from Judge Cannon forcing the government to respond to basic discovery requests, we’ve now learned that the documents in the picture aren’t even the documents in the picture.

What I mean is, the FBI has now admitted that the documents seen splayed on the floor are dummies, props. At the time the picture was taken, the original classified documents had already been secured and removed. So the FBI took some other random papers and — get this — put classified cover sheets on them and then posed those dummy documents on the floor. Picture time.

Not only weren’t the documents found on the floor, and not only weren’t the documents in the picture the actual documents, but the official-looking classified document cover sheets as seen in the photo were totally fake. There were no classified cover sheets on any of the original documents. It was all made up. ...

So the government now faces two new, potentially fatal problems: the evidence tampering (or at least, evidence negligence), and lying to the court. And the CNN article mentioned, this is just one of the many complex and potentially novel issues now confronting the government’s case.

722   The_Deplorable   2024 May 8, 2:58pm  

Patrick says
"the FBI has now admitted that the documents seen splayed on the floor are dummies, props... Not only
weren’t the documents found on the floor, and not only weren’t the documents in the picture the actual
documents, but the official-looking classified document cover sheets as seen in the photo were totally fake.
There were no classified cover sheets on any of the original documents. It was all made up..."

In other words the FBI fabricated the evidence against Trump.
723   Patrick   2024 May 8, 9:40pm  

I'm watching "Whitey: United States of America vs James J. Bulger", a 2014 documentary.

Holy shit is the FBI corrupt, worse than I though. The prosecutor of a mafia case in Boston was worried about the mafia getting back at him. Whitey Bulger offered to protect him in exchange for never being prosecuted. Officially, Bulger was an FBI informant, and that's supposedly why he was allowed to commit violent crime for 20 years, but the documentary makes the case that he was not an informant at all. He had simply corrupted the FBI itself, first by protecting this prosecutor in exchange for immunity. He also claims to have simply paid FBI agents to leave him alone, using the proceeds from his crimes.

Whitey also had a childhood friend at the FBI, James Connolly, who would pass him info. So after one of Whitey's murders, a witness was going to come forward to testify against Whitey. The FBI first refused the witness entry into the witness protection program, and second, Connolly tipped of Whitey with the witness's name. So Bulger killed the witness and got away with it, with FBI help.

And I'm only halfway through the show.
724   Patrick   2024 May 8, 10:10pm  

Lol, to make Bulger look like an informant, the FBI would claim that they had information from him when they went to get warrants for searches. It was convenient for getting warrants, and it helped bolster the fiction that Bulger was an informant.

But now that it's clear tons of warrants were falsified with fake "info" from Bulger, a lot of convictions could be overturned. Given that the documentary is 10 years old, maybe some were.

Also, the FBI is afraid of liability for causing the deaths of various people by tipping off organized crime about whom they might want to get rid of.
725   Patrick   2024 May 8, 10:46pm  

Ah, the FBI did have to pay out $20M total to relatives of those killed while they were letting him murder people.
726   richwicks   2024 May 8, 11:30pm  

Patrick says

Whitey Bulger

For once I'm going to be coy, find out who Whitey Bulger's brother was.

You have no comprehension how much I hate the FIB. Anybody that works for them is incomprehensibly ignorant, or evil.

Oh hell, I can't help show off my knowledge:


When I say the government is a criminal syndicate, I'm not being the least bit melodramatic. Did "the documentary" mention his brother, the congressman?
727   Patrick   2024 May 9, 8:39am  

Yes, I knew about his brother, and the documentary mentioned it.
728   richwicks   2024 May 9, 9:31am  

Patrick says

Yes, I knew about his brother, and the documentary mentioned it.

I believe Robert Mueller was one of Whitey Bulger's handlers.

If people understood just how absolutely corrupt the FBI is. It's easily the most corrupt organization in the US and CIA is number 2
729   HeadSet   2024 May 9, 11:41am  

Patrick says

Ah, the FBI did have to pay out $20M total to relatives of those killed while they were letting him murder people.

Did any FBI persons go to jail for that? After all, a human had to make those decisions. Giving out $20 million of taxpayer money is no deterrence or justice to the crooks.
731   Patrick   2024 May 13, 9:38pm  


A Federal Bureau of Investigation official recently urged employees to "look for ways" to conduct warrantless surveillance on US residents, an internal email obtained by Wired shows. FBI Deputy Director Paul Abbate's email was reportedly sent on April 20, the same day President Biden signed a bill that was criticized as a major expansion of warrantless surveillance under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).
738   AmericanKulak   2024 Jun 17, 10:51am  

Patrick says

Fuentes is definitely a glowie. He was all over J6 and telling people to disregard the police, go into the Capitol (though he did not).

Never investigated by DOJ or FBI or J6 Committee, and he's got such a mouth and is so punchable, he'd make a great target. Meanwhile, there are people who weren't even in the area and have no "influencer" presence sent to solitary and received prison time.

Why? Because he's one of them.
739   Patrick   2024 Jun 19, 2:34pm  


Biden Admin sends two FBI agents to the door of nurse who helped expose illegal gender program at Texas Children's Hospital

Understand what time it is.

If you try to stop the chemical castration and mutilation of children, the enforcers of the state religion will come to your door and harass you.

This is connected to the prosecution of Dr. Eitan Haim, who outed the program at Texas Children's Hospital that violated Texas law. The Biden Admin is seeking to jail Haim for a decade, alleging he violated HIPPA law. ...

Be prepared for the U.S. government to send agents to harass and prosecute you when you try to save kids. That time isn't coming: It's now.

And if you try to stop the actual blood-sacrifice of children, as demanded by our new state religion?

Well, you better pray that your God allows you to survive prison. ...
742   Patrick   2024 Jun 25, 8:40pm  


It’s been about nine years since Utah attorney Jesse Trentadue filed a Freedom of Information Act request for records about a CIA asset and FBI informant who helped fund the Oklahoma City bombing, as well as for records about a neo-Nazi bank-robbery gang also involved in the attack.
743   Patrick   2024 Jun 25, 8:43pm  


Special counsel Jack Smith has publicly acknowledged for the first time that prosecutors and FBI agents altered boxes of evidence obtained from Mar-a-Lago during a search for classified documents. ...

“As I reported last month, the FBI brought colored classified cover sheets to the raid under the guise of using them to substitute classified documents found within Trump’s boxes. Instead, FB[I]agents attached the scary looking sheets to various files and took photos,” Kelly wrote in a follow-up post. “In DOJ’s opposition to Trump’s special master lawsuit in 2022, Jay Bratt attached infamous photo as a prop so the media would publish it and claim the papers were found with classified cover sheets.”

744   Ceffer   2024 Jun 25, 10:19pm  

Patrick says

Another Clinton caper. The FBI directed (for no ostensible purpose) all of the case files and incriminating evidence on the Clinton's Whitewater and various criminal activities to be joined and sent together to be stored in the Oklahoma building. The collected records just so happened to be there at the time of the bombing. In like 9/11 Pentagon blowing up the military auditors, and Building 7 holding records of ongoing criminal investigations.

747   AmericanKulak   2024 Jul 10, 3:30am  

Oh look, it's the Brit-Paki who thinks the Druids were Pakistani

Why, who is this standing next to him a few weeks ago, inviting him to be a speaker at "AFPAC", the name carefully chosen to associate Trump with his Fed Smear?

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