The Deepest Part of the Swamp The FBI

by Ray DiLorenzo at

The Federal Bureau of Investigation was once considered the greatest investigative organization in the world. Their investigative talents and reputation were unparalleled. The mission, as stated on their website, is to ‘protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States.’ And they did. They were men and women in white shirts, clean, dedicated, and by the book. But something happened along the way. They became an arm of the Deep State, the deepest part of the swamp, the establishment in Washington, D.C., principally the Democrat Party, which spent years placing operatives in key permanent positions.

The CIA possessed a device for surveillance and meddling in elections

The FBI has had some low points, notably Waco and Ruby Ridge, which arguably both involved excessive force and needless death, but that was behind them.

Some say the FBI became political, but the FBI was always political, to a point. Every president tries to use the bureau for their political aims. After all, the Department of Justice serves at the pleasure of the president as part of the Executive Branch. Maybe not such a good idea.

What is not well understood is that the FBI makes assumptions, and one of their principal assumptions is that the people, or the electorate, for the most part, will make the wisest possible choice as to who leads the country. It was a demonstration of trust in our representative republic. The elections of 2012, 2016, and 2020 changed everything.