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GOP lawmakers cite new allegations of political bias in FBI

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posted on Dec, 8 2017 @ 07:29 PM
a reply to: liveandlearn

There is a frequent poster on 4 chan they call MegaAnon. She is well respected and said months ago it would go down like this

and fbianon and qanon..

its happening..

posted on Dec, 8 2017 @ 09:44 PM

originally posted by: dfnj2015

People who work in the FBI would be right wingers in my opinion. All law enforcement types seem to be a little to the right. These are not social workers.

BUHAHAHAHA... is that why Obama put Comey as head of the FBI?... Because Comey is rightwing?...

Is that why the second in command of the FBI was bribed by the left by contributing to his wive's political campaign with about $600,000 U.S.D. by one of Shillary's friend and top donor?... Is that why that same person in the FBI was promoted twice within a year getting first the third highest office in the FBI and a year later getting promoted to the second highest office in the FBI, and lo and behold that was the same person in command of HIllary's investigation?...

Under Obama's administration there was a purge within pretty much all government and military institutions. There are still some "sleeper Obama cells" within the government which would be why holder gave the cryptic message to those leftwingers still working within government and military institutions.

Eric Holder Sends Ominous Late Night Tweet To "Career DOJ/FBI" Employees

But you want to claim those people must be "rightwing"?.... roflmao...

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posted on Dec, 9 2017 @ 08:50 AM
a reply to: lakenheath24

All I am doing, is pointing out the hypocrisy of the GOP.

When they institute policy or refuse to change policy, which is stacked against minorities, then bleat about prejudice in the system, that is vast hypocrisy, and theres no reason they ought to be able to mention it with a straight face, given all the lives which have been ruined by their beliefs, and stalwart defence of the imbalances within the judicial system.

posted on Dec, 9 2017 @ 02:00 PM
a reply to: TrueBrit
So you are saying the Democratic party is clean?! No hypocrisy there, even though Bill Clinton is the reason why so many black folks are locked up for smokin a doob? Come on man, you are smarter than that. At least slam BOTH sides equally, which is closer to the truth.

posted on Dec, 11 2017 @ 07:01 AM
a reply to: lakenheath24

Bill Clinton?

Wow, your historical perspective needs some depth extension. Sure, he was about as helpful as an Ebola handshake, but thats not the point. Democrats are not the ones mentioned in the OP, have nothing to do with this specific instance.

In this instance, there is an example of GOP figures, trying to use arguments that THEY THEMSELVES REFUSE TO ACCEPT WHEN APPLIED TO OTHERS, to suggest that they are being victimised.

I tell you what, why don't you try and deny the following things:

GOP lawmakers have routinely failed to change, or have actively created law and stipulations to the law, which promote the private prison industry, and the over incarceration of persons of colour.

GOP figures have repeatedly argued that if persons of colour want better treatment, they should behave themselves better (despite the facts supporting the view that there is an imbalance in the system, not necessarily in statistical probability of a person of colour actually engaging in criminal behaviour).

GOP figures have benefited massively from keeping persons of colour in jail, both financially and politically.

And for what its worth, we all know what really started the argument against mary jane, and it was nothing at all to do with liberal politics, and everything to do with a rich man being determined to destroy an industry which threatened his own, namely the hemp industry, WAAAAY back in the early 1900s. Starting there is what you do when thinking about the inappropriateness of weed policy in the US. Naming Bill Clinton straight off is like suggesting that the War on Terror was Obamas fault.

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