Whenever the Biden administration has chosen a target, such as irate parents at school boards, or a former U.S. president with classified documents, or bully-pushing pro-life activist, the FBI and the Department of Justice always seem to be involved.
“I had five federal agents on my doorstep at 6:30 in the morning,” Mark Houck, who was arrested last fall for violating the FACE Act, testified May 16 in front of a House Judiciary Committee.
The public now knows the story of the Catholic pro-life activist, who avoided prison after he was acquitted by a federal jury. Before that acquittal, which took only an hour of jury deliberation, the Department of Justice indicted Houck despite video evidence showing he did not violate the FACE Act. Rather than allow Houck to turn himself in, which Houck’s attorneys vowed he would do, a SWAT team swooped into his yard in an early-morning raid.
After that acquittal, Fox News Bret Baier asked FBI Director Chris Wray why the FBI had conducted a SWAT team raid on a man with no criminal history when the public has witnessed violent left-wing rioters, who set fire to a federal building, never get surprised by a SWAT team.
“I understand that people have their opinions. All I can tell you,” Wray replied, “is that we have one standard – one standard – which is irrespective of ideology or politics.”
Since that interview three months ago, the public has since learned the Biden family pocketed millions of dollars in overseas business deals that passed through fake corporations.
"I don't know what's more infuriating,” Rep. Tim Burchett (R-TN) complained to American Family Radio two weeks ago, “that we've outlined this $10 million that we're sure of so far, or the fact that the FBI and the Justice Department have kind of turned a blind eye to this thing.”
Now, two weeks later, Chris “one standard” Wray is refusing to turn over subpoenaed documents to House Republicans that Rep. James Comer (R-KY) (pictured above) requested earlier this month. Comer led the GOP press conference that described the flow of foreign money to nine members of the Biden family, and it is believed the form FD-1023 that FBI possesses will confirm then-Vice President Biden discussed illicit payments with a foreign official.
Durham report 'devastating to FBI'
As if revelations the Biden family enriched itself from seedy foreign nationals wasn’t enough, then came the Durham report just days later. That long-awaited report from Special Counsel John Durham officially obliterated the “Russia collusion” allegations that had dogged Donald Trump during his one term in office. The very same Democrats who accused Donald Trump of being a literal Russian asset turned strangely silent when it was learned Hillary Clinton’s fingerprints were all over a political hit job against Trump that became a DOJ investigation known as Crossfire Hurricane.
Down in the report itself, the Special Counsel said the FBI knew it was being used for political purposes by the Obama administration and the Clinton Campaign but went along anyway.
“As the more complete record now shows,” Durham concluded six years later, “there are specific areas of Crossfire Hurricane activity in which the FBI badly underperformed and failed, not only in its duties to the public, but also in preventing the severe reputational harm that has befallen the FBI as a consequence of Crossfire Hurricane.”
“It might not have produced everything of what some Republicans hoped for,” CNN’s Jack Tapper summarized for his audience. “It is, regardless, devastating to the FBI and to a degree it does exonerate Donald Trump.”
So what needs to happen to the corrupt FBI?
“This has to stop now,” Bauer says, “or the FBI has to be reformed to the extent that the whole agency has got to be rebuilt."
Jesse Kelly, the “I’m Right” host on The First, frequently warns his audience that committed communists can't be reasoned with because they believe they are doing good. Similarly, the FBI can’t be persuaded to stop acting like the Soviet-era KGB or like the Stasi, the East German secret police, so it must be stopped.
“Treat the FBI,” Kelly says, “like the enemy of the state it is.”
Meanwhile, local law enforcement authorities should refuse to collaborate with a political arm of the Biden administration, he also says.