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Posted by V the K at 9:27 am - March 26, 2018.
Filed under: Violence on the Left

Turns out the father of Omar Mateen (the mass shooter the national media have forgotten about because his ethnicity is inconvenient to too many narratives) was an FBI informant for over a decade.

Could that be the reason the FBI twice interviewed Omar Mateen and twice determined he was good to go?

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  1. Could that be the reason the FBI twice interviewed Omar Mateen and twice determined he was good to go?

    Yes.

    Regards,
    Peter H.

    Comment by Peter Hughes — March 26, 2018 @ 11:07 am - March 26, 2018

  2. Just might be – like also all the overlook of the anti-gay inam preaching at the family mosque… We must conform to the narrative, Or else.

    Comment by Dav — March 26, 2018 @ 2:47 pm - March 26, 2018

  3. Why do we even HAVE an FBI?

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — March 26, 2018 @ 3:18 pm - March 26, 2018

  4. it shows how corrupted government agencies can be when you have a communist regime.

    Comment by salg — March 26, 2018 @ 5:05 pm - March 26, 2018

  5. Ever notice how many strange intersections there are these days?

    A guy who’s an FBI informant and gets a seat behind HRC at a rally happens to have a son that’s a terrorist?

    The Florida school murderer is known to the feebs (I’ve seen that term used on a cop blog as a derisive term for the feds) and the locals yet pulls off a school massacre while LE stands around outside.

    Still know nothing about the Las Vegas shooter.

    I don’t think it’s a conspiracy; it’s incompetence. We’re nose-deep in it.

    Speaking of cops with courage – this guy gets the prize. He had to know that, given the proclivities of angry Mohammedans, his chances were poor but he went in anyway. France has lost one of its best. May he rest in peace and may his friends and family take some solace in that M. Beltrane died a real hero.

    http://www.latimes.com/world/europe/la-fg-french-officer-20180324-story.html?outputType=amp

    Comment by KCRob — March 26, 2018 @ 6:29 pm - March 26, 2018

  6. @5 “I don’t think it’s a conspiracy: it’s in competence.” hiring less competent is the purpose of affirmative action.

    Comment by salg — March 26, 2018 @ 6:36 pm - March 26, 2018

  7. I enjoy the spy movies that are well done. But I don’t believe them.

    I believe the Whitey Bulger story will all the amateur crap which the FBI pulled. I also believe that Robert Mueller had to be in on the FBI scheme or he had to be the worst U.S. Attorney ever.

    This is from the May 24, 2002 New York Times:

    In the 1980’s, while Mr. Connolly was working with Whitey Bulger, Mr. Mueller was assistant United States attorney in Boston in charge of the criminal division and for a period was the acting United States attorney here, presiding over Mr. Connolly and Mr. Bulger as a ”top-echelon informant.” Officials of the Massachusetts state police and the Boston Police Department had long wondered why their investigations of Mr. Bulger were always compromised before they could gather evidence against him, and they suspected that the F.B.I. was protecting him.

    I find it particularly aggravating that if you lie to the FBI you are automatically guilty of a “process crime” and if the FBI lies to us as they shield crooks going about their crooked stuff, it somehow becomes the case that “two wrongs” do equal a “right.”

    Robert Mueller’s “white hat” is a fiction. Corruption weak people who gain enormous power are easily eaten by the cancer of powerful corruption. They can always find stooges who will go along for the ride. Here, I am thinking Comey, McCabe, Meuller, Obama, Lynch, Strzok, Baker, Yates, Ohr, Carlin, Steele, Simpson, Jacoby and Hillary.

    As Warren Buffet says, “there is never just one cockroach in the kitchen.”

    So, the FBI was engaging the father of Omar Mateen in deep state stuff and they gave Omar a pass because of some “greater good” because “the ends justify the means.” Wow. Sure does stand English Common Law and ethics on its head.

    In The Prince, Niccolò Machiavelli never wrote: “The ends justify the means.” This is what he wrote:

    Men judge generally more by the eye than by the hand, because it belongs to everybody to see you, to few to come in touch with you. Every one sees what you appear to be, few really know what you are, and those few dare not oppose themselves to the opinion of the many, who have the majesty of the state to defend them; and in the actions of all men, and especially of princes, which it is not prudent to challenge, one judges by the result.

    For that reason, let a prince have the credit of conquering and holding his state, the means will always be considered honest, and he will be praised by everybody because the vulgar are always taken by what a thing seems to be and by what comes of it; and in the world there are only the vulgar, for the few find a place there only when the many have no ground to rest on.”

    Read that carefully. Machiavelli is telling the truth about the politics of power in the hands of an autocrat/authoritarian. Mueller ignores ethics. He operates on the basis of “what can I get away with in the name of the law?”

    It is no accident that Mueller has stacked his team with aggressive authoritarians.

    The “Pulse” investigation by the FBI is badly tainted by the facts of the alliance between the FBI and Mateen’s father. Comey was Mueller’s understudy. And Whitey Bulger was part of Mueller’s “education.”

    It turns out that Attorney General Jeff Sessions does have a grand jury or grand juries impanelled. He likely shopped the locations for places where the juries would not be rabidly partisan. Sessions has been following the slow and steady process of secretly investigating the characters named above and others we do not know about. The proof of this is that some of the documents requested by Congress are being withheld on the basis of the lawyer-client privilege that would be violated if information in sealed indictments were prematurely released.

    Sessions has been battered by many who want to see more fireworks. He is following the law and doing his job.

    Comment by Heliotrope — March 27, 2018 @ 11:42 am - March 27, 2018

  8. From The Hill today:

    Notes of Campbell’s FBI debriefings show he reported in 2010 that a Russian nuclear executive was using “the same kind of payment network” to move funds between Russia and Iran as was used to launder kickbacks between Moscow and Americans.

    Campbell worked from 2008 to 2014 as an undercover informant inside Rosatom, Russia’s state-controlled nuclear giant, while posing as a consultant. He helped the FBI put several Russian and U.S. executives in prison for a bribery, kickback, money laundering and extortion scheme.

    He said he became concerned the United States was providing favorable decisions to the Russian nuclear industry in 2010 and 2011 — clearing the way for Moscow to buy large U.S. uranium assets and to secure billions in nuclear fuel contracts — even as he reported evidence of Moscow’s help to Iran.

    “I got no feedback. They took the reports and the reports, I assume, went to specific people assigned to analyze the reports and that was the last I heard of it,” he said.

    *Congressional Democrats have written a memo questioning Campbell’s credibility and memory while Republicans say his story calls into question the favorable treatment the Obama administration gave Russia. (* This paragraph occurred elsewhere in the story. I placed it here for clarity.)

    The Comey FBI has a lot of ‘splainin’ to do.

    Comment by Heliotrope — March 27, 2018 @ 11:54 am - March 27, 2018

  9. @Heliotrope: The current accusation against Russia and the ‘poisoned’ Russian and daughter were part of the Hussein swap I think it was 2012.
    Hussein sent them to the UK.
    It was not Russia who tried to get rid of this guy and his daughter. It most likely was the MI6.

    It involved the Steele dossier that he wanted to clear up because the MI6 helped Hussein and Hillary to frame Trump.
    The guy became a problem and exposing the MI6 directly working to frame Trump needed to remain hush hush.
    All he wanted to do is testify and go home to Russia alas the MI6 needing to get rid of that risk of exposure.

    Comment by cali — March 27, 2018 @ 12:24 pm - March 27, 2018

  10. cali, that would be fluster cluck of MOAB size. We will have wait for the facts begin to surface on this one.

    Comment by Heliotrope — March 27, 2018 @ 2:35 pm - March 27, 2018

  11. We will have wait for the facts begin to surface on this one.

    Nothing will surface. …Just a random, unconnected series of accidents, unfortunate muggings and the occasional fatal walk in the woods. Sound familiar?

    The Deep State learned from the 1975 Church Committee Hearings.

    James Hacker: How am I going to explain the missing documents to “The Mail”?
    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Well, this is what we normally do in circumstnces like these.
    James Hacker: [reads memo] This file contains the complete set of papers, except for a number of secret documents, a few others which are part of still active files, some correspondence lost in the floods of 1967…
    James Hacker: Was 1967 a particularly bad winter?
    Sir Humphrey Appleby: No, a marvellous winter. We lost no end of embarrassing files.
    James Hacker: [reads] Some records which went astray in the move to London and others when the War Office was incorporated in the Ministry of Defence, and the normal withdrawal of papers whose publication could give grounds for an action for libel or breach of confidence or cause embarrassment to friendly governments.
    James Hacker: That’s pretty comprehensive. How many does that normally leave for them to look at?
    James Hacker: How many does it actually leave? About a hundred?… Fifty?… Ten?… Five?… Four?… Three?… Two?… One?… *Zero?*
    Sir Humphrey Appleby: Yes, Minister.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — March 27, 2018 @ 3:45 pm - March 27, 2018

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