He Said, She Said, Me Too, The FBI?
Our society is getting a little out of control when it comes to the battle of the sexes. It seems that the accused is guilty before a single word is presented under oath.
I am of course referring to the battle between Dr. Christine Ford and Supreme Court Nominee Bret Kavanaugh.
I’m not going to make a case for either side since not all the information requested has been gathered by the FBI.
The FBI? Are You Kidding Me?
During the recent testimony of Ford and Kavanaugh several of the Democrat members of the Senate Judiciary Committee asked for an FBI investigation.
There have been six investigations by the FBI of Judge Kavanaugh before he was nominated and his last confirmation to the US Court of Appeals took three years.
That’s not a typo — three years.
Let’s review some events of the past two years. Do any of the following FBI names ring a bell for you?
Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, James Comey, Rod Rosenstein, and Andrew McCabe.
This little cabal of FBI insiders were working hard to try to make sure that Donald J. Trump would never, their words not mine, would never, ever become president.
What I’m wondering is considering the position of these fine folks at the highest levels of the FBI how could anyone in their right mind give any credibility to their findings good or bad?
It seems like they would be going into the “investigation” with a “get Trump” attitude right out of the gate.
The last official to be in Donald Trump’s cross hairs is Rod Rosenstein. What did Rod do? Just suggested in various emails that the 25th Amendment should be invoked to remove Trump from office.
He’s the guy who appointed Mueller as the special council on Russian involvement in our 2016 election.
No big deal, right?
Some Final Thoughts
I don’t believe that everyone at the FBI is a never Trumper.
I’m sure there are some fine upstanding conservative agents who held their noses as their superiors were dragged across the front pages of America defiling their hard work.
Committee member Senator Blumenthal lied about his service in Vietnam. As a veteran that hits close to home.
Senator Cory Booker admitted to groping someone in a 1992 book no less.
It seems like we have a lot of people calling the kettle black who have no problem pointing fingers at others while ignoring their own discretions.
I’m not sure there will be an end to this circus as it’s been called but it does make for great radio but still bad for American values of innocence or guilt.
He Said? She Said? Me Too? You make the call. What does your value system tell you?