Defund the FBI

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2021 Aug 3, 1:18pm   86,927 views  678 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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642   Bd6r   2024 Jan 9, 10:38am  

Fucking KGB

Or worse, this starts reeking of Stalin times where you got 10 years for political crimes automatically

There was a story from GULAG where one inmate asks another one what is his sentence and what is he here for

The other answers 25 years and nothing
First one says you are lying, for nothing they give 10 years

Now remember Mr Afrocuban person who got 22 years for NOTHING

UkraineIsFucked says

643   Bd6r   2024 Jan 9, 10:46am  

On another thought, Ray Epps sentence is a clear example of WHITE SUPREMACY and RACISM prevalent in Biden administration. Enrique Tartio got 22 years, no doubt his sentence was 440 times harsher for a lesser crime because he is black…if I had twitter/x account I would be posting this on all liberal feeds.
650   richwicks   2024 Jan 21, 9:05pm  

Patrick says


@Patrick - There's no question about this. Don't you know about the "King suicide letter"?


There's no doubt the US government killed him. No doubt. They had the motive to do it. He was against the Vietnam war, and he was telling blacks to ignore the draft, among other things. He was a flawed man as well, but he went against major powers and our FIB killed him.
651   Patrick   2024 Jan 22, 9:31am  

Thanks, I had not heard about that.

The FBI should not exist and everyone involved in their actions against innocent Americans must be jailed.
652   richwicks   2024 Jan 22, 9:51am  

Patrick says

The FBI should not exist and everyone involved in their actions against innocent Americans must be jailed.

This will only happen if people pick up torches and pitchforks and they won't do that.
653   Patrick   2024 Jan 23, 9:28am  


Judge orders the release of men framed by the FBI: “The FBI invented the conspiracy; identified the targets; manufactured the ordnance.”

When the FBI learned that a judge was releasing a group of men that were targeted, entrapped, and framed by the Bureau they probably had to try hard to remember the specifics.

The "Newburgh Four" were arrested and tried in the post-9/11 fog in a terrorist sting that a judge now believes to be totally illegitimate.

James Cromitie, 58, and three other co-defendants have been given time served after they were convicted of terrorism charges in New York in 2010.

From the judge:

In a scathing ruling, McMahon wrote that the FBI invented the conspiracy and identified the targets. Cromitie and his co-defendants, she wrote, "would not have, and could not have, devised on their own a crime involving missiles that would have warranted the 25-year sentence the court was forced to impose."

"The notion that Cromitie was selected as a ‘leader' by the co-defendants is inconceivable, given his well-documented buffoonery and ineptitude," she wrote.

These were 4 low-level criminal knuckleheads. It was completely ludicrous to think that they could somehow come up with a plan to launch a rocket attack on New York City.

According to the judge, the only reason this became a case against the Newburgh Four is because an FBI informant made up the entire plan.

Cromitie was bought into the phony plot by the federal informant Shaheed Hussain, whose work has been criticized for years by civil liberties groups.

McMahon called him "most unsavory" and a "villain" sent by the government to "troll among the poorest and weakest of men for ‘terrorists' who might prove susceptible to an offer of much-needed cash in exchange for committing a faux crime."


Judge McMahon said that Cromitie was a small-time "grifter" who was broke and unemployed when he was enlisted in the FBI-driven plot and provided fake bombs to plant in exchange for $250,000 in the "jihadist mission." Cromitie enlisted the other three men to serve as lookouts, according to the judge.

"The three men were recruited so that Cromitie could conspire with someone," the judge said. "The real lead conspirator was the United States. .... The FBI invented the conspiracy; identified the targets; manufactured the ordnance."

You mean that the FBI sends people out to troll for "fed posting," then entraps people by coming up with elaborate and illegal plans that they push on them?

That's so weird. ...

I'm glad that these 4 men have been given their freedom that was, by all appearances, unjustly taken away.
I hope it's the start of a trend.
654   Patrick   2024 Jan 24, 11:57am  



The 9th Circuit compared the searches to the “abuses of power” that “led to adoption of the Fourth Amendment in the first place.”
655   HeadSet   2024 Jan 24, 6:55pm  

Patrick says


So when is the FBI commander who ordered the warrantless search going to jail?
658   Patrick   2024 Feb 1, 6:54pm  


FBI Violated Constitutional Rights of Hundreds of Americans by Raiding Safety Deposit Boxes, Appeals Court Rules

When agents representing Democrat President Joe Biden’s weaponized FBI raided a California safety deposit box business in 2021, they violated the constitutional rights of hundreds of Americans, a federal appeals court has ruled.

The FBI violated private citizens’ constitutional rights when it seized contents from hundreds of safe deposit boxes during a 2021 raid on the Beverly Hills business.

The federal agency claims that the business was suspected of money laundering.

Institute for Justice Senior Attorney Rob Frommer, who represented several plaintiffs in the case, celebrated the ruling.

“This was a resounding victory, not just for our clients, but for the hundreds of people who’ve been stuck in a nightmare for years because of what the FBI did,” Frommer said in a statement.

The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals found the bureau violated U.S. Private Vaults box holders’ Fourth Amendment rights against unreasonable searches and seizures by opening and cataloging the contents of 1,400 safe deposit boxes.

The FBI searched the private boxes without individual criminal warrants for each.
659   HeadSet   2024 Feb 1, 8:27pm  

Patrick says

The FBI searched the private boxes without individual criminal warrants for each.

So which agents and FBI supervisors are going to jail?
661   richwicks   2024 Feb 3, 11:07am  

HeadSet says

So when is the FBI commander who ordered the warrantless search going to jail?

When citizens finally get fed up, and march to his office, drag him out by his hair, and throw him in jail.
666   AmericanKulak   2024 Feb 6, 1:11pm  

The DOJ issued a memo putting parents on a list for complaining that graphic Queer porn was in the School Library or Assigned Reading.
667   Patrick   2024 Feb 12, 10:01am  


Guys! What are we doing here?

I mean, what the heck is going on?

Is Mark Cuban running this account? What's the goal here?

Maybe if we just had a few more Pride flag-waving homosexuals the FBI could uncover a motive for the largest mass shooting in American history that took place right under their noses in Vegas!

Seriously though, no one thinks that adding LGBT people to the force is going to make the FBI more effective. It's only about branding the FBI as inclusive and diverse.

The FBI is proudly declaring itself as the gay law enforcement now!

Check out the replies:

673   Patrick   2024 Feb 15, 12:20pm  


A group of Jeffrey Epstein’s victims has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. federal government over allegations the FBI enabled his crimes.

According to the lawsuit filed Wednesday, the FBI allowed and enabled Epstein’s sex trafficking operation for two decades.

The FBI had received credible tips about Epstein’s sex trafficking operation as early as 1996, the anonymous victims allege.

However, they say the Bureau refused to investigate Epstein. ...

“As a direct and proximate cause of the FBI’s negligence, plaintiffs would not have continued to be sex trafficked, abused, raped, tortured, and threatened,” the complaint states.

“Jane Does 1-12 bring this lawsuit to get to the bottom — once and for all — of the FBI’s role in Epstein’s criminal sex trafficking ring.”

Additionally, the lawsuit claims the FBI had evidence that Epstein was continuing to traffic underage girls to his powerful associates but refused to investigate further.

“During the FBI investigation, the FBI was complicit in permitting Epstein and co-conspirators to continue to victimize Jane Does 1-12 and other young women,” the lawsuit alleges.

“The FBI had photographs, videos and interviews and hard evidence of child prostitution and failed to timely investigate and arrest Epstein in deviation from the FBI protocols.”

Duh, why would they investigate their own entrapment operation?
675   stereotomy   2024 Feb 21, 11:07pm  

Ishida is filled with a holy passion.
676   Patrick   2024 Feb 27, 9:34am  


The diligent team of crack law enforcement experts at the FBI created a massive ratio yesterday with a helpful public service advisory on shoplifting (a ‘ratio’ occurs when a tweet gets more comments than likes). The first problem was obvious, the FBI must have used Google Gemini to create an image of “shoplifters.” But an even bigger problem quickly emerged once I started looking at what the FBI was pushing.

What the FBI was really up to was shoring up Biden’s pathetic efforts to blame inflation on everybody but himself, by suggesting that higher food prices are somehow caused by sneaky white women stealing purses at Macy’s. But commenters to the tweet properly roasted the floundering federal agency, and helpfully offered FBI agents lots of photos of actual shoplifting, you know, in case they are confused. ...

So I thought, now we’re talking, let’s check them out! Maybe there was a good reason the FBI picked a photo of ladies probably named Katelyn or Lindsay or something, as the faces of “organized retail theft.” But then I immediately ran into my first obstacle: the FBI’s links to pages about the real organized theft cases unhelpfully included no pictures at all. So I expanded my search.

You’d be surprised how many news sites avoided picturing the convicted criminals. But here are the two men sentenced in the New York home improvement holdup case: Jalil MacIntyre, 31, a Jamaican national — immigration status unknown — and Deshun Jackson, 23, of Brooklyn:

It only took a little more digging to find the four heavily-hyphenized, “Ecuadorian Nationals” — in other words, illegals — indicted in Ohio for tuning up a national theft ring (of Apple products): Alexander Diaz-Remache, 38; Gustavo Daniel Vinueza-Bueno, 36; Jonathan Eduardo Remache-Diaz, 32; and Alvaro Oswaldo Loaiza-Alvarez, 27. Assuming those are their real names.

... So there you have it. Not only did the FBI’s own cited cases include no white criminals, there weren’t even any women! And as far as I can tell, only Deshun Jackson — one of seven — is an American. The FBI had real pictures of two black guys, four rough-looking hispanic males, and an Asian gentleman. So, why pick two manicured, coiffed, and well-dressed white women?

There is only one logical conclusion: the racist FBI hates all you white ladies and is trying to pin the blame for all these heists and capers on you.

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