National Review: House Republicans Release Extensive Report Detailing FBI Politicization

I’m a swing voter.

Along with the war in Ukraine, this is the most important reason why I am swinging. We can’t live under a government in which law enforcement is used to crush people like in East Germany.

National Review:

“House Republicans on the Judiciary Committee released a 1,000-page report on Friday outlining how the FBI and Justice Department have abandoned their commitment to political neutrality in recent years.

The report, which relies heavily on whistleblower accounts, is set to serve as a roadmap for the oversight investigation into the politicization of federal law enforcement that Republicans will undertake should they reclaim a House majority in next week’s midterm elections. The probe will be led by Representative Jim Jordan (R., Ohio), who is expected to become chairman of the Judiciary Committee should Republicans take the House.

“The Federal Bureau of Investigation, under the stewardship of Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland, is broken,” the GOP report states. “The problem lies not with the majority of front-line agents who serve our country, but with the FBI’s politicized bureaucracy.”

The lengthy document details alleged FBI misconduct under President Biden and in the years leading up to his presidency. Prior to Biden, the bureau abused the FISA process to ensnare first the Trump campaign and then the Trump administration in an investigation into alleged Russian collusion that was based primarily on what agents knew to be partisan opposition research paid for by the Clinton campaign.

Once Biden took office, the report alleges, the Department of Justice under Attorney General Merrick Garland began wielding the FBI to harass political enemies, including the wave of parents who protested school closures and radical curricula changes during school-board meetings over the 2020-2021 school year. …”

Impeach Merrick Garland.

Abolish the FBI.

Do something about this issue.


  1. Had I fallen for one of their retarded entrapment schemes, I’d be doing 20 or more years in a federal penitentiary, and probably most of it in solitary confinement with not even a book to read. These people are utter scumbags. When they say they don’t target U.S. citizens based on first-amendment-protected speech, they’re lying through their teeth, because then, as now, that’s the only God-given right that I and anyone I chose to associate with cared to exercise.

    I hope the right case can make its way before the SCOTUS, so they can put a stop to it, thus opening the door to suing the proponents of such dirty schemes in the three-letter agencies, personally, to Hell and back for wilfully violating people’s rights to free speech and freedom from unreasonable search and seizure, with malice aforethought.

  2. While some of the credit for this unfortunate subversion of our system must be given to President Biden, I think it is as much or more to Attorney-General Merrick Garland (once marketed to us as a ‘moderate’ nominee for the Supreme Court) and President Obama; he who not only made sure Biden was the Democrat nominee (they cheated Senator Sanders a second time) and president, he really started this process of weaponizing government departments against those on the political Right.

  3. Do something about this issue.

    In this day and age of attenuated attention spans, you have to figure that someone who matters even taking the time to read and digest the 1000 page (!) report on the issue would be a small miracle.

    Or maybe I’m just too cynical.

  4. The Clinton-Obama junta turned the FBI/DOJ into their secret police force to crush political opponents. The Republicans have obviously known this for years but did absolutely nothing about it. The junta also purged the Pentagon of all patriotic, pro-American general officers and replaced them with anti-white communists, globalists and homosexuals. Again the Republicans did nothing, said nothing. The FBI was compromised from the start and probably unconstitutional. It should be abolished or at least reformed but that won’t happen without an armed uprising. If another civil war is inevitable then we should fight it now instead of waiting for our kids or grandkids to do it, don’t you think?

  5. “Impeach Merrick Garland.
    Abolish the FBI.
    Do something about this issue.”

    You are setting your sights a bit high. Imperial DC never abolishes any department or agency. That would be reducing the size of government which means reducing the scope of power and control (especially true with the FBI) and that’s a no-no. Imperial DC also very, very rarely goes after one of their own higher-ups, which Garland is. Especially, if it’s the Republicans who are supposed to do the arresting, prosecuting or impeaching.

  6. Stalin did the same thing in the Soviet Union. They’re were called the cheka and their descendants are now in control of the US and the west.

  7. “Impeach Merrick Garland.”

    To discourage this kind of thing occuring again, you need to ensure federal employees will not follow illegal orders in future. So when you get power, you need to go through their files and impeach everyone from the top of the organization to the very bottom, who took part in these illegal operations. Just following orders isn’t a defence, when they are prosecuting war criminals, and it should not be allowed here.

    The First Amendement gives citizens the right to peacibly assemble without harrassment from the government. Its not just about free speech and press freedoms. Garland and every FBI agent who followed his orders, broke the law.

    “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

    • People are understandably angry about being censored, but we should try to figure out a way to make Twitter work, because the alternative after people stop talking to each other is much worse.

      At the time the Founding Fathers may have been thinking of an orderly town hall meeting, where one person at a time speaks, everyone listens, and if someone is being disruptive they are ejected. So they are saying moderation is needed for the First Amendment.

      Its only a question of how you moderate. Ideally it would be neutral, and would allow all mature people to speak, and listen to what they want. So a free for all where people behave badly, or feel intimidated by others would not be it. Nor would it be one where the government bans people they disagree with. Permanent bans would also not be it. If someone breaks the rules, they should be able to return after a time out, since eventually they may mature.

      So what Twitter needs is a moderation system that everyone feels satisfied with. But how do you do it?

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