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Category Archives: Bureaucracy
DOJ asks judge to hide the all-important affidavit of the investigators as to why Mar A Lago was raided. The released warrant is nice but not dispositive. And it doesn’t even show the Trump passports that were taken. Nor why Melania’s clothes were rummaged. Fart, Barf & Itch has always been pathetic, ever since the days when stolen cars were their primary beat. And their boss J. Edgar Hoover liked to wear women’s lingerie. Hoover’s passed or else we might know why the agents sorted through Melania’s things.
“I continue to ask, what happened to the 33 million pages of documents taken from the White House to Chicago by Barack Hussein Obama? He refused to give them back! What is going on? …Will they be breaking into Obama’s “mansion” in Martha’s Vineyard?…The Fake News Media refuses to talk about that.” —President Trump on Truth Social.
UPDATE: Nat’l Archives claims in a press release that the 33 million pages are in a secure government facility to which Bronco has no access. Which seems unlikely. What would be the point of his taking them?
“The FBI interferes with and warps national elections. It hires complete frauds as informants who are far worse than its targets. It humiliates or exempts government and elected officials based on their politics. It violates the civil liberties of individual American citizens.
“The FBI’s highest officials now routinely mislead Congress. They have erased or altered court and subpoenaed evidence. They illegally leak confidential material to the media. And they have lied under oath to federal investigators.”
The rogue Dimocrat brown shirts probably are safe as long as the Dims hold Congress and the White House. And, likewise, as long the despicable Rinos run the GOP. But we can dream.
Via historian Victor Davis Hanson on PJMedia
“For decades, the federal service has increasingly become a bastion for liberal Democrats. Every study shows that its members are almost uniformly on the left. To give just one example: 95 percent of federal bureaucrats who donated to a candidate in the 2016 presidential election gave to Hillary Clinton.” —Jonathan Tobin in the New York Post.
My dear godmother, who was a lifelong Democrat who worked for the Wilson administration (1913 to 1921), came to my rescue in 1966 when I was struggling to make ends meet in college. She overlooked the fact that my parents were Republicans and I had campaigned for Goldwater.
I’d had a grocery cashier’s job that paid very little and had set out to sell pots and pans door-to-door at which I wasn’t successful. When I mentioned this in a letter to my godmother, in a correspondence between us that began when I was in high school, she wrote back with a phone number for me to call for a federal job. Just give them your name, she said, and be sure to tell the truth.
The fellow who answered the phone at the number asked me if I knew how to drive a 1-ton truck. I wasn’t even sure what that was, but I immediately said yes, not wanting to lose out. He sent me to the Post Office where I drove that 1-ton truck in the evening after classes picking up mail from office buildings in DC and taking it to the main P.O. downtown. It paid well and I might have used it as a springboard to management when I graduated in 1967. But weeks before graduation the Selective Service System (the draft) nailed me for the day after graduation and I went into the Army, instead. By the time I got out, my interests had changed.
There may have been a number for Republicans to call, but I doubt it.