Quote of the day—Jack Phillips

Two months ago, Jordan said that six FBI whistleblowers approached the committee. Two came forward about a memo related to alleged violence and intimidation at school board meetings and four in connection to the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol breach. In the Senate, meanwhile, Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) said in July that whistleblowers had come to his office to provide information, including disclosures relating to investigations into Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings.

“It’s becoming a well-worn trail of agents who say this has got to stop, and thank goodness for them and that American people recognize it, and I believe they’re going to make a big change on Nov. 8,” Jordan said, referring to the midterm elections.

In June, Jordan sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray warning that several former FBI officials were coming forward, while alleging the agency is “purging” employees who have conservative views.

“In one such example, the FBI targeted and suspended the security clearance of a retired war servicemember who had disclosed personal views that the FBI was not being entirely forthcoming about the events of January 6,” Jordan wrote in a statement. “The FBI questioned the whistleblower’s allegiance to the United States.

Jack Phillips
August 15, 2022
14 FBI Whistleblowers Have Come Forward: Rep. Jordan
[It seems to me it is long past time the Federal government had its “horns” trimmed. This is a job for the states. I hope they are up for the task. If they don’t a real uprising, the debt, and/or hyperinflation may bring about the collapse of everything, perhaps including a significant portion of the rest of the world.

We live in interesting times. Prepare appropriately.—Joe]


6 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Jack Phillips

  1. It would be good to see some congressman propose to reduce the FBI budget to zero, which is the only value permitted by the Constitution. But since R politicians seems to trip over themselves singing the praises of the FBI, even while they occasionally complain about the abuses of FBI management, I’m not holding my breath. The reality is that few politicians in any of the branches of government give a damn about the Constitution — they merely treat it as an annoying bit of paper to be worked around or ignored at all times.

  2. “If they don’t a real uprising, the debt, and/or hyperinflation may bring about the collapse of everything, perhaps including a significant portion of the rest of the world.”
    And don’t forget about the importation of millions of fighting age males. The above things mentioned will drop this country into a civil/tribal wars that will last generations.
    And the “republicans” have been every bit as guilty as the communist in bringing all this about.
    Just like Trump, every time we give them the ability to do something, they don’t.
    We ain’t voting our way out of this, and no one is coming to save us.
    America is the cute blonde cheerleader that passed out drunk at a cartel party.
    Were about to get the rude awakening.

    • S’arright, illegal immigration will be resolved by deferring prosecution for any that sign up for the Army and promising residency, but not citizenship, for any that complete a full 6-8 year enlistment contract.

      Recruiting is way down, so here’s a way to avoid the ‘amnesty’ thing and the ‘soft-on-illegal-aliens-and-human-trafficking’ thing just in time for the next war-thing they think we should get involved in.

      The old Pentagon leadership would have looked down on that idea as much as conscription, but the new Pentagon is all about diversity, and there’s no better way to enhance diversity than to fill the ground combat arms with a lot of absolutely diverse people that can’t qualify to be promoted above Corporal. Best of all, they’re not going to cause trouble because their alternative to shuttin’-up and stayin’-in-line is a prompt prosecution for immigration violations, prison then deportation.

      Sounds like win-win-win for those Top Men/Women/Nonbinaries in DC!

      • Until they decide it’s okay to violate the posse comitatus act.
        Then we will have Somalians and cartels with techicals, in brand new hummers.
        And for the snowflakes being drafted? All that comes to mind is the term “fragging”. I wouldn’t want to hurt one of the little fags feelings. Then give them hand grenades and a full-auto.
        Somehow, I don’t see it ending well.

        • “Somehow, I don’t see it ending well”

          Ain’t none of this “ending well.” The only unknown is “when.”

  3. “…bring about the collapse of everything, perhaps including a significant portion of the rest of the world.”

    That is the goal.

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