No one should be shocked by deep-state tactics


So does everybody else in Washington! Christopher Wray has been, and is the “Establishment’s”, and thus, the Deep State’s AND MUELLER’S guy all along.

One must realize that in today’s toxic political climate, no Donald Trump presidential nominee will ever get all but 5 Democrat senators to vote to confirm him, as Wray had, UNLESS the “uni-party” knows damn well what that person Wray is. And all America should know what Christopher Wray is.

OF COURSE he was ‘all in’ on Mueller’s “secret police” tactic (and not for the first time).   Was Mr.Wray not aware that his Deputy (and defacto head of the FBI) Rod Rosentein was stalling, slow walking, refusing to turn over legally and Constitutionally requested documents to Congress?

Why is Director Wray quiet as a little mouse while legitimate questions are being asked by Congress about the bureau’s past illegal activities?

But now, however we see that:

“On Thursday, Wray denounced the partial government shutdown by posting on the FBI website that “It takes a lot to get me angry, but I’m about as angry as I have been in a long, long time.”

Conservatives should be “really angry” about Christopher Wray’s conduct. He could not be acting more effectively on behalf of the Deep State and the Congressional Left than if he were on Chuck Schumer’s payroll…and reported directly to Rod Rosenstein. Come to think of it, Christopher might well be both of those things.  DLH

Victoria Toensing writes at The Daily Caller:

Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Chris Wray should hang his head in shame. At a time when he should be restoring the FBI’s reputation after Jim Comey, Andrew McCabe, Peter Strzok and others tarnished its image as our country’s premier law enforcement agency, he allowed 29 gun slinging agents to make a predawn arrest of former Trump advisor Roger Stone.

Stone is not a drug dealer, nor is he a terrorist. Stone is charged with obstruction of justice and making false statements to the special counsel. Significantly, the alleged false statements specified in the indictment were about conduct, which, if admitted, was not criminal.

I prosecuted drug dealers. I never sent more than a handful of agents to arrest them, and these were were gun toting, vicious dudes. Stone does not own a gun nor does he even have a license to do so.

I supervised the prosecution and, thus, the capture of foreign terrorists. The FBI never sent 29 agents to capture even the most dangerous.

Department of Justice protocol for non-violent defendants with no flight risk is to contact defense counsel and arrange a time to appear in federal court for arraignment. Stone has claimed for months that he was about to be indicted. Yet, he did not flee. He has stated that his passport is expired. The judge did not find Stone a flight risk, releasing him on his own signature.

The reason for not sending armed agents unnecessarily into an arrest situation is the possibility of danger to law enforcement, the defendant, and family members. Stone’s deaf wife was still in bed at 6:00 a.m. when the agents barked “Open up. It’s the FBI.” The announcement is intended to alert people inside not to fight and to voluntarily open the door. But Stone’s wife would have had no idea what was happening. Are we to believe that after over a year of tracking Stone’s every move and reading all his correspondence, Mueller’s henchmen did not know this fact?

Worse, someone with the FBI or Mueller’s team dropped a dime on CNN, which sent a reporter who falsely claimed he was only there because of “reporter’s instinct.” The presence of the press was intended to send a message: “If you cross Mueller, you will be publicly humiliated.”

On Thursday, Wray denounced the partial government shutdown by posting on the FBI website that “It takes a lot to get me angry, but I’m about as angry as I have been in a long, long time.” It is time for him to get angry about how Mueller’s team used the FBI. He can start by investigating who got CNN to the arrest scene.

RedState has video and compelling commentary by Streif (excerpt)

Early this morning, long time Trump crony Roger Stone was arrested by the FBI on a federal arrest warrant that charged him with one count of obstruction of an official proceeding, five counts of false statements, and one count of witness tampering (read it here). This is the scene:

There are few things notable about this.

First, there is actually a SWAT team, complete with automatic weapons, employed to make this arrest. This if for a 67-year-old man with no criminal record, no history of violence, and no passport on a bunch of hardcore chickensh** charges.

Second, like the Manafort arrest, this was carried out in a way calculated to cause maximum inconvenience and spectacle.

Third, somehow CNN had a camera crew pre-positioned at the scene for exclusive video.

This is quintessential Mueller, or perhaps I should say Weissmann. They’ve picked their target and now they are out to extract maximum humiliation and pain as a way of making their prey plead guilty and, as part of the guilty plea, they won’t be allowed to complain about the way they were treated. It is bullying. It is modeled on now the CHEKA, the NKVD, and KGB operated. . . .

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One Response to No one should be shocked by deep-state tactics

  1. Thomas Nelson says:

    Our DoJ reads like a Martin Cruz Smith novel.

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