Might Justice One Day be Served

It is said that the wheels of justice sometimes turn very slowly, but they do turn. Well, it certainly hasn’t seemed so. Not so far anyway. But with a new Attorney General, William Barr, and more evidence being uncovered, like the Lisa Page testimony, may we finally see those wheels begin to turn again? Only time will tell if those in the Trump administration can muster the courage to reopen these seemingly cold cases of democrat wrong-doers. And might we finally discover just how far up the latter this goes?

from the Blaze:

Lisa Page testified that the FBI was close to charging Hillary Clinton in 2016 — here’s who shut it down

Newly released transcripts from a controversial former FBI lawyer’s testimony before Congress show that the FBI was considering charging Hillary Clinton in 2016 when the Department of Justice shut down the possibility.

Lisa Page was identified as the other side of a text message conversation with FBI agent Peter Strzok that derided then-candidate Donald Trump ahead of the election. read more

Has the FBI Become Another Appendage of the Deep State?

by: Brent Smith at the Common Constitutionalist

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Just how far down does the anti-Trump FBI Deep State go? Wow – I just reread that sentence. It sounds like Alex Jones! No matter.

We hear from every political pundit on the right, that the problems at the FBI and other intelligence agencies are concentrated at the top. Every pundit or politician I’ve seen or heard speak on the topic has prefaced their criticisms with, “Now let’s be clear. I’m not talking about the hardworking agents on the ground – I’m talking about the leadership that has become politicized,” or some such malarkey. In politics, the first thing you learn is to CYA.

But how does anyone know at this time? Answer is that we don’t. No one does, which is why that statement or those like it is such bull crap. The FBI employs well over 35,000 people. Within its ranks, like any other company or department of that size, there will bad apples at every level. But unlike government, corporations don’t change ownership consistently every four to eight years. Seems to me that a working environment like that would lend itself to becoming more political – not less. read more