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Posts Tagged ‘FBI’

Ann Coulter: Amazing New Breakthrough to Reduce Mass Shootings

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 22, 2018

On account of the Rule of Journalism that permits the word “immigrant” to be used only in sentences with the word “valedictorian,” you may not have heard of some of these mass shootings at all.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/02/21/ann-coulter-amazing-new-breakthrough-reduce-mass-shootings/

by ANN COULTER

Maybe the FBI brass would still be a bunch of incompetent, PC nincompoops if we weren’t dumping millions of psychotic and terrorist foreigners on the country. But even the most efficient organization would have trouble keeping track of the Nikolas Cruzes when our immigration policies require approximately one-third of the country to be constantly watching another third of the country. Read the rest of this entry »

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US: No Free Speech for Russians – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 22, 2018

The gorilla so big I didn’t see it!

Why didn’t the CIA or the NSA or the FBI pick this up? 

Under Obama’s watch when he thought Hillary would win.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2018/02/andrew-p-napolitano/mueller-in-hot-pursuit/

…The dates are important because we know from the revelations of Edward Snowden that the National Security Agency, the federal government’s domestic spying apparatus, began its pursuit of capturing all electronic data on everyone in the U.S. in 2001 and succeeded in mastering the capture of all keystrokes, telephone calls and digital traffic by 2005. We also know that the NSA traffic proceeds through FBI computers and that the CIA keeps constant tabs on Russian spies in Russia and elsewhere.

Why didn’t the CIA or the NSA or the FBI pick this up?

That is the $64,000 question that the indictment does not address, Read the rest of this entry »

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The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity : More Gun Violence: Let’s Look Beyond Politics

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 21, 2018

http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2018/february/19/more-gun-violence-let-s-look-beyond-politics/

…It’s unfortunate that while many are quick to demand that guns be taken away from peaceful Americans, they don’t seem to have much to say about guns when they’re in the hands of government authorities shooting innocent people. If we need any gun control, it is to get control of the guns in the hands of thousands of government employees who use them against innocent people with impunity.

For example, why do those calling for more gun control remain silent when armed federal agents raid Amish farms to stop them from selling raw milk? This shows the hypocrisy of those who call for restrictions on private firearms ownership while supporting the use of government violence as a means of controlling our lives. Read the rest of this entry »

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FBI: US Homicide Rate at 51-Year Low | Mises Wire

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 19, 2018

We aren’t supposed to worry, the government (FBI, the government’s Fife) will protect us. You know, like in Florida.

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https://mises.org/blog/fbi-us-homicide-rate-51-year-low

As Pew has reported in recent years, in fact, the American public is “unaware” that the homicide rate in the United States has fallen by 49 percent over the past twenty years. And while Pew doesn’t report on it, it’s also a safe bet that the public is also unaware that homicide rates have collapsed as total gun ownership in the United States has increased significantly. Read the rest of this entry »

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Watch “Another School Shooting Tragedy…Where Was The FBI?” on YouTube

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 15, 2018

Ron Paul asks the obvious questions. Mostly having to do with the FIB.

The shooter was getting mental health treatment. Were there mental health drugs involved? Drugs are what mental health treatment is all about. Anti-depressants that make you want to kill.

The FIB has many concerns, mostly about themselves, not US.

Don’t hold your breath waiting for the full story.

Be seeing you

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At Least 1 Dead, Multiple Injured in Shooting at Douglas HS

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 14, 2018

Update:  Another FBI Epic Fail – If this is the best we have, we are cooked.

This was handed to the government on a silver platter and they blew it. Everyone from the janitor to the FIB knew Nikolas Cruz was time bomb.

Too much DOJ time spent entrapping half-wit Muslims, worshiping Hillary, keeping their boss out of jail and meeting with husbands of presidential candidates under possible indictment. Crooked as a dog’s hind leg and people are made to suffer.

What is different now from the the early 70’s when we could drive to school and leave rifles and shotguns in the trunk to hunt before or after school?

The comments tell the story.

https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/Police-Respond-Marjory-Stoneman-Douglas-High-School-Parkland-474078423.html

A suspect is in custody after a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, left at least one person dead and multiple people injured Wednesday afternoon… Read the rest of this entry »

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It Can Happen Here – LewRockwell

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 8, 2018

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2018/02/andrew-p-napolitano/it-can-happen-here/

We remain embroiled in a debate over the nature and extent of our own government’s spying on us. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, which was enacted in 1978 as a response to the unlawful government spying of the Watergate era, was a lawful means for the government to engage in foreign surveillance on U.S. soil, but it has morphed into unchecked government spying on ordinary Americans.

The surveillance state is now here…

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The Nunes Memo Needs More Work, by Philip Giraldi – The Unz Review

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 7, 2018

But the FBI has been lying to the public for years

If the alleged Russiagate conspiracy is never actually demonstrated, which looks increasingly likely, it would certainly disappoint the many American talking heads and media “experts” who have been making a living off of bashing Moscow 24/7.

Republicrats shakin’ their moneymaker.

http://www.unz.com/pgiraldi/the-nunes-memo-needs-more-work/

The House Intelligence Committee Memo on possible FBI and Justice Department malfeasance relating mostly to the investigation of Donald Trump associate Carter Page is in some ways a bewildering document. As a former intelligence officer, the first thing I noticed was that the claim by Democrats on the Committee that the memo’s release amounted to “treason” and would compromise classified information does not hold water. I could identify nothing in the memo that was even plausibly damaging to national security, though it might be argued that writing down anything about the activity and operation of the FISA court is ipso facto a compromise of secrets. It is a view that I would dispute because the memo does not actually expose any ongoing investigations or place in danger law enforcement officials. It is one of those fake security arguments that go something like “It is secret because it is secret.” Read the rest of this entry »

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“I Refused to Secretly Spy” — An Iranian-American Turned Down the FBI and Wound Up With a Prison Sentence

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 6, 2018

It is not just foreign governments that get punished when they do not obey orders.

https://theintercept.com/2018/02/05/ahmad-sheikhzadeh-spy-iran-nuclear-program-fbi/

As Sheikhzadeh left his weekly briefing one day in March 2016, an FBI agent approached him. The agent did not immediately detain Sheikhzadeh, according to court filings; instead the investigator brought him to a hotel for questioning. Over the course of the night, the agent revealed that Sheikhzadeh was the subject of a sealed indictment in the Eastern District of New York. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Nunes Memo Matters—But Not For the Reason You Think | The American Conservative

Posted by Martin C. Fox on February 6, 2018

the intelligence community played an ongoing public role in deciding who ended up in the White House, and they’re now continuing that role to determine how long the elected president remains there.

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/the-nunes-memo-matters-but-not-for-the-reason-you-think/

By PETER VAN BUREN

…But when you wave away all the partisan smoke, what’s left is that the Nunes memo confirms that American intelligence services were involved in a presidential campaign and remained so in the aftermath. That’s the real takeaway from the political hysteria of the past week.

The FBI conducted an investigation, the first ever of a major-party candidate in the midst of a presidential contest, that exonerated Hillary Clinton of wrongdoing over her private email server, a government-endorsed “okay” for her expected victory. No real probe was ever conducted into the vast sums of money moving between foreign states and the Clinton Foundation, dead-ending those concerns to partisan media… Read the rest of this entry »

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