When demand exceeds supply…

If there is excess demand for something the market will supply shoddy goods. Apparently the FBI was in the market for domestic terrorists and couldn’t find enough to meet their needs so they made some of their own. They did such a poor job of it they couldn’t get convictions.

One has to wonder, how many times that happens and (mostly) innocent people are convicted. In particular, it casts a huge shadow over the arrests and prosecution of people on January 6th, 2020. Doubly so with this news:

At least 20 FBI and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives “assets” were embedded around the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, a defense attorney wrote in a court filing on April 12.

The disclosure was made in a motion seeking to dismiss seditious conspiracy and obstruction charges against 10 Oath Keepers defendants in one of the most prominent Jan. 6 criminal cases.

Who watches, and when appropriate, arrests and prosecutes the watchers? I am of the opinion there are probably many thousands of government employees and elected officials who should be prosecuted.


3 thoughts on “When demand exceeds supply…

  1. After Timothy McVeigh, their stool pigeon process got real complicated. Nobody wants to be executed.
    It’s also what got the Bundy’s off. There was so many CI’s at Malheur (close to half the people),that the government just gave up the case. As the witnesses contradicted each other to whom did what.
    And the crimes that were committed in Bunkerville were mostly done by the government.
    Even that political stool pile of a judge was to embarrassed to keep going.
    The government has an excellent track record. At screwing things up.
    Our forefathers tried to warn us.
    And Joe Biden being in government for 50 years tells you all one needs to know about how well it works.

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