The raid on Trump’s home is a tipping point: The FBI and DOJ are enemies of the people

The raid on Trump’s home is a tipping point: The FBI and DOJ are enemies of the people By Patricia McCarthy  for American Thinker

There was a time past when Americans knew the FBI was corrupt.

J. Edgar Hoover headed the agency from 1924 until his death in 1972 .

Hoover habitually used the FBI’s enormous surveillance and information-gathering powers to collect damaging information on politicians throughout the country, and he kept the most scurrilous data under his own personal control.

He used his possession of these secret files to maintain himself as the FBI’s director and was apparently able to intimidate even sitting presidents by threatening to leak damaging disclosures about them.

By the early 1970s, he had come under public criticism for his authoritarian administration of the FBI and for his persecution of those he regarded as radicals and subversives.
He retained his post, however, until his death at age 77, by which time he had been the FBI’s chief for 48 years and had served 8 presidents and 18 attorneys general.”

Hoover was the same kind of man that Jeffrey Epstein was: Have enough dirt on others and one’s own job will be secure.

There have been ten more heads of the FBI until Robert Mueller took the job.  Mueller and his successors – Comey, McCabe, and now Wray – have each been corrupt, willing tools of the anti-American left.  They have each used their positions of power to, like Hoover, go after political opponents by any means necessary, no matter how unconstitutional or illegal.  Anyone who has watched any of these last four “testify” before any congressional committee knows that they each consider themselves to be above the law.  Their crimes against the country are too many to list here, but the raid on President Trump’s Florida home is the worst crime the bureau has ever committed.

Does it mean the end of America as a nation of laws and due process?  It just might.  Bob Maistros at Issues and Insights thinks it is.

When Trump announced his candidacy in 2015, the left/media were delighted for they saw him as a man to mercilessly mock and deride.  Never in their wildest dreams did they think he would actually become the candidate, let alone win.

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