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Is the arrogance of the FBI worse than the corruption?

As outraged as I and many other thinking Americans are about the absolute corruption and anti-Trump attitude of a supposedly impartial FBI, it’s probably the arrogance of these people that is most disturbing.

Democrats and never-Trumpers thought that they could roll over Trump during the latest presidential election. Then when they learned that Trump was elected and not their hand-picked Hillary, they did everything they could to keep him out of office, and then schemed and developed a possibly impeachable offense to blame on him.

When the Special Counsel’s staff was put in place they made no attempt to hide their negative opinion of Trump, with FBI investigators even exchanging abusive and offensive emails that were blatantly anti-Trump and pro-Hillary. How smart can a person be to not know that email records and text messages can and will be found? Investigators must at least create the impression of impartiality. But agent Strzok actually stated that he and other agents could not risk having Trump in the White House. What the nation can’t risk is having fools like Agent Strzok and his squeeze conducting investigations of any kind.

The fool Democrats who swooned and got all teary-eyed when Barack Obama took office and proclaimed that he would “fundamentally transform America”, objected to and took illegal steps to prevent Donald Trump, who swore to “Make America Great Again”, from taking office, are beyond my ability to understand.

Fire the whole bunch of lunk-headed fools and disband Mueller’s band of merry idiots. The danger that America faces in the 21st Century is that the Washington swamp of leftists believe that they are justified in breaking the law if they disagree with a political opponent. This attitude is an immediate threat to our nation and our way of life.

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Dave King

Retired AT&T supervisor.

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