You know that old saying, “birds of a feather flock together”? Well, when I was a kid I didn’t quite get that one.
‘Birds of a feather’, I mean what does that stand for? I must’ve asked myself that question a thousands times until one day, it hit me. It was “BOOM!”, now I get it.
It means that people tend to stick to their own kind, because that’s what they find most comforting. It doesn’t matter if that kind is short people, black people, accountants, long-legged sailors, or Japanese fly fisherman. For the most part, people like to be around like-minded people.
Apparently, that also applies to narcissists and perverts. Which is exactly why the FBI was so willing to defend/cover for Hunter Biden. He’s one of their own.
Enter the Whistleblowers
Apparently, so many FBI agents have been womanizing co-workers that they all decided to jump ship before the tsunami crashed.
According to the Washington Examiner:
A top Republican senator revealed whistleblower allegations and internal Justice Department records showing that, in an effort to avoid being held accountable, hundreds of employees at the FBI either resigned or retired from the bureau after being accused of sexual misconduct.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) made his findings public in a Thursday letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray, stating that the allegations and records “paint a disgraceful picture of abuse that women within the FBI have had to live with” for years.
“Lawful, protected whistleblower disclosures provided to my office include allegations and records that show hundreds of FBI employees have retired or resigned because of sexual misconduct allegations against them and that they did so in order to avoid accountability,” Grassley said. “This abuse and misconduct is outrageous and beyond unacceptable.”
The Republican senator said he was not making the whistleblower documents public due to concerns about unlawful retaliation. He added that the facts “make clear that female employees are the primary victims.”
Grassley also cited an internal, unclassified Justice Department document from the Office of Disciplinary Appeals titled “Retirements and Resignations During Unwelcome Sexual Conduct Adjudications” with data through Dec. 23, 2020. The DOJ reviewed the FBI’s disciplinary case database, Javelin, “to observe patterns and offer recommendations.”
The results of that DOJ investigation found that, from 2004 until the end of the review, 665 FBI employees, including 45 Senior Executive Service-level employees, “have retired or resigned” following an FBI or DOJ inspector general investigation “into alleged misconduct, but prior to the Office of Professional Responsibility’s issuance of a final disciplinary letter.”
Grassley said that although the text of the document was limited to “alleged misconduct,” it has been relayed to his office “that the data involved an element of sexual misconduct.”
Holy Mary, Mother of Andrew Cuomo!
All we need now are a few crackheads, some prostitutes, and a dead brother’s wife. No wonder these clowns worked so hard to hide Hunter’s corruption. Talk about a toxic work environment.
In the voice of the late Sham-wow icon, “but wait! There’s more.”.
The article continues:
“Of those 45 SES-level employees, there is only one instance where an SES-level employee retired or resigned after the FBI or DOJ-OIG completed an investigation into an alleged violation of … Unwelcome Sexual Conduct, but before OPR issued a final decision letter, (former SAC James Hendricks),” the internal DOJ report added.
The DOJ inspector general found that Hendricks, a retired FBI special agent who was in charge of the agency’s field office in Albany, New York, sexually harassed eight female subordinates.
On Thursday, Grassley demanded a host of details from the Justice Department and FBI and called on them to take the matter seriously.
“Simply put, these two documents show a systemic failure within the Justice Department and FBI to protect female employees from sexual harassment and sexual misconduct in the workplace and a failure to sufficiently punish employees for that same misconduct,” Grassley said. “FBI employees should not have to suffer under daily abuse and misconduct by their colleagues and supervisors.”
The FBI responded to Grassley’s findings on Thursday.
“The FBI looks critically at ourselves and will continue to make improvements. The bottom line is, employees who commit gross misconduct and sexual harassment have no place in the FBI,” an FBI spokesman told the Washington Examiner, adding, “We prioritize investigation and adjudication of sexual harassment and misconduct cases, and when allegations of sexual harassment are substantiated, FBI employees face severe consequences, including permanent demotion, removal from supervisory ranks, or termination.”
The DOJ’s review was spurred by a report by the Associated Press, which found in December 2020 through DOJ watchdog reports, federal lawsuits, and witness interviews that there were “at least six sexual misconduct allegations involving senior FBI officials over the past five years,” including two claims brought in 2020 “by women who say they were sexually assaulted by ranking agents.”
Guess who the left is blaming for the FBI’s recent problems?
If you said Donald Trump, well then it’s “winner winner, chicken dinner” for you.
After the ridiculous raid on Donald Trump’s home at Mar-A-Lago, this is what Democrat “news” sites decided to say.
Agents of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation are used to criticism, but never in the agency’s history have they faced anything like the attacks from conservatives after last week’s raid on former president Donald Trump’s Florida home.
Over its more than 100-year history, the FBI has been excoriated by southerners committed to racist segregation, by civil libertarians defending political activists and especially by African Americans whose 1960s liberation movement was treated as an acute national threat by the agency.
But the extraordinary threats of the past week originate in the FBI’s political bedrock: conservative Republicans.
“It’s the world turned upside down,” said Kenneth O’Reilly, a retired University of Alaska historian, who has written books about the FBI and politics.
Isn’t that ironic? Calling the FBI ‘corrupt’ is now a product of Trump’s misinformation campaign. Because they really are all “such good people,” at least according to Barron’s blog.
Meanwhile, there’s a long list of women who say they’ve been “Epsteined” by the FBI. And that doesn’t look too good if you ask me.