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sgtrock21 wrote: »
I heard of this for the first time today. How can I trust senior FBI personnel who are ignorant enough to document this idiocy in text messages? I had to have a talk with my youngest Granddaughter concerning texts, e-mail, and social media but she was 11 years old in her first year of Middle School. I expect senior FBI personnel to know better.http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/01/25/fbi-officials-worried-about-being-too-tough-on-hillary-clinton-during-email-investigation-texts-show.html
JerryBobCo wrote: »
I know. Silly question.
For me, it's a no brainer. The answer is no and no. Both agencies are so full of leftover loyalists to the Obama administration that I don't trust them to be fair and impartial. That being said, I do believe that a lot of the rank and file of both are honest and hard working, but by the time a report gets to the top, it's been 'filtered' to say whatever the higher officials want it to.
Look no further than Robert Mueller. He was the FBI director when the Uranium One deal was occurring. He either knew what was going on and chose to look the other way, which makes him complicit, or didn't know, which makes him incompetent. Either way, he doesn't seem interested in looking in that direction but would rather try to find dirt on Donald Trump.
knitepoet wrote: »
And you can now make it "the last 3"
I am more of a libertarian than anything else, and I think Fedgov being cut by 1/3-1/2 would only be a good START on what this country needs
terminator012 wrote: »
I don't trust any of them anymore. To much corruption going on and nothing is being done about it.
JasonMPD wrote: »
I don’t care if the agencies are made up of card carrying Reagan Republicans. I don’t trust them. Period.
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