Quote of the day—Anonymous FBI Agent

The demand for White supremacy vastly outstrips the supply of White supremacy. We have more people assigned to investigate White supremacists than we can actually find.

Anonymous FBI Agent
September 16, 2022
Biden Reportedly Pressuring FBI to ‘Cook Up’ White Supremacy Cases
[When a government can not find enough criminals to meet their needs (in this case it is for the suppression of their political opposition) they will create them.

Prepare appropriately.—Joe]

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5 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Anonymous FBI Agent

  1. Reminiscent of a couple of decades ago when diversity and integration of the armed forces was a key priority. North Dakota was found severely lacking in their enlistment of black citizens into the National Guard and were under intense pressure to improve their demographics. The problems was that their were not enough black citizens of the appropriate age in the entire state to meet their quota. Don’t recall exactly how that was solved – but I don’t think they recruited from out of state.

    At least that was a semi-positive “solution” – instead of the wholly-negative goal of cooking up criminals out of thin air.

  2. Maybe if the FBI would stop being such a bunch of cheap asses? And start offering real money for “crisis actors”, They might get somewhere?
    This crap of just putting out COLA increases is bullshit.
    They’re going to have to put out some real money if their looking to up their game above Jesse Smolett/garage door noose brand white suprematism.
    We live in inflationary times. And just like buying the wife new tits. You want perky? You pay for perky!
    Cheap-ass mother-f–ker’in government bitches just don’t get that white folks don’t work that cheap. Less your in Ukraine or some shit.

  3. It continues to baffle me that conservatives, by and large, consider the FBI positively.

    I don’t, for two major reasons. One is its history, from way back in the days of J. Edgar Hoover to the present day. (We can tell they haven’t changed from the name that still is on their headquarters building.) The other is the fact that no part of the United States Constitution authorizes its existence in the first place.

    It may be true that once in a blue moon the FBI has done something positive. The same can be said for the FDA, which continues to rest on its one laurel. But neither should exist, and neither is a net-positive for the people of the USA.

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