The more we examine the conduct of the FBI and the Justice Department over last year's electoral fraud, the end of the Trump administration and beginning of the Biden administration, and all sorts of other shenanigans (including the alleged mistreatment of detainees from the January 6th demonstrations), the more it all stinks to high heaven. In particular, possible FBI complicity in the events of January 6th, in which the agency and/or its informants is/are alleged to have played the role of agent(s) provocateur, have profound implications for our democracy - what's left of it.
The thing is, it would be extraordinarily easy for the FBI and the Justice Department to disprove all of these allegations. All they need to do is release the information they're presently concealing from the public (including thousands of hours of security video recordings), and allow free access to those detailed after the January 6th demonstrations, so that we, the public, can see and learn for ourselves the truth of what happened on and since that day. That's all it would take - but they're refusing to do that. They're actively making the situation worse for themselves. What reason can there be for that if they have nothing to hide?
Tucker Carlson summed it up very well yesterday evening. Here's a very short (3-minute) video segment in which he asks three pointed questions.
If the embedded video above is taken down by YouTube (which appears to do that suspiciously often, if the Big Tech censors there don't like what's being said), you'll find a copy of the above segment on Gab TV. I highly recommend that you watch it before it vanishes down the censors' memory hole.
Tucker Carlson is right.
If the Justice Department and the FBI have nothing to hide, there should be no problem with them answering his questions. If they refuse to do so, isn't that prima facie evidence that they are hiding something?
I think that question answers itself. It's more and more clear that it won't be sufficient to prove electoral fraud in last year's election, or even to remove the Biden administration. As we've said before, TINVOWOOT. If we're to safeguard democracy in America and our republican (small-r), constitutional form of government, we're going to have to clean house in all the corrupted agencies, departments and bureaux of government. That probably means requiring the resignation of (or firing) almost all their senior administrators (those in the Senior Executive Service and/or Executive Schedule), plus the majority of their upper-level General Schedule managers - say, everyone from GS-14 upward, and possibly lower than that in certain agencies.
Yes, that'll disrupt government operations for a while . . . but if we leave them in place, those individuals (and their puppet masters) will disrupt our democracy and constitution. That's their job, after all. It's why they were promoted or appointed to their present positions, many during the Obama administration. The Biden administration is turning out to be, in so many words, Obama's third term, with all the corruption, bias and malice that implies.
That poison is still embedded deep within the Swamp that is Washington D.C. President Trump made a valiant effort to drain it, but I don't think he realized how deep it runs. It's like the Hydra - chop off one head, and two more grow. Like Heracles, we're going to have to (figuratively speaking) not just remove the heads, but cauterize the stumps, to ensure they don't grow back.