Our government is under siege. We the people can no longer trust our law enforcement agencies, our legislative branch, and our judicial branch. It does appear that other department and agencies of our executive branch have also been infiltrated, but the Trump administration is exposing those who would subvert “rule of law”.
The question is: Did FBI Officials Tamper With Documents, Withhold Information and Fail to Collect Evidence That Might Incriminate Hillary?
DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz concluded in his report that, although many FBI officials involved in the Hillary Clinton email investigation harbored intense anti-Trump bias, he found no “evidence” that it affected their key decisions in the case. The abundant circumstantial evidence cited in the report as well as his testimony before Congress this week, point to the opposite conclusion.
One Senator brought up one incident after another of unethical, improper behavior on the part of FBI officials during Monday’s hearing, he asked the IG, “How did you feel about that?” Horowitz continually responded with, “We were very concerned.” Finally, the Senator said, “Eventually ‘very concerned’ gets to be ‘enough already.’”
We now learn that there was also an exchange of information between a Clinton staff worker and Loretta Lynch that cannot be revealed because it is highly classified. The implication can only be that the information would incriminate individuals that the FBI and DOJ were protecting as well as high officials within the FBI and DOJ.
The pattern that has been formed over the years is that members of a political party in the legislative branch will block any honest investigation that will damage their aspirations to gain or keep political power and will be quietly dropped into the swamp even though it subverts “rule of law” and undermines our constitution. The political party will be helped but the freedoms of the American people will again greatly suffer. The legislative branch, like our law enforcement agencies within the executive branch, will once again place the good of a political agenda over the Constitution of the United States.
If one party feels they might not be able to “cover up” damaging evidence, they go will to some district judge who, for political purposes will issue some order way beyond their constitutional duty to protect a political ideology.
What is now routine within the United States is the practice of “arbitrary law.” This is the practice that is consistent with dictatorial regimes. That would imply the United States is becoming a dictatorial regime and not a free and independent people. Unlike the conclusion drawn by the IG, his conclusion was drawn to protect the subversive actions of individuals, my conclusion is logical and just.
We the people have justifiably lost confidence in our government. The only way that confidence can be restored is if a committee of We the People is appointed to investigate in totality our government. The individuals of the We the People committee could not now or ever have any attachment to what has become a deep and vile swamp that is Washington DC. The sooner this can be accomplished the better are the chances that our Constitution, which was adopted for the sole purpose of protecting the people’s rights, will be restored.