The corruption of the unelected bureaucratic state

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[…] Obama weaponized the Federal Government. And his Administration saw to it that if elections didn’t go the way they wanted, the unelected bureaucratic state would just plow forward as if elections don’t have consequences.

Because elections don’t have consequences when you put all the power into the hands of unelected bureaucrats.

That’s why, despite President Trump announcing that the US would move the American Embassy to Jerusalem, the State Department is simply refusing to comply.

We knew long before the 2016 election that the Justice Department was hopelessly politicized by Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch.

But now we’re beginning to see just how deep their partisan tentacles reached.

This Inspector General investigation is pulling back the curtain on the abuses of the unelected bureaucratic state within the Justice Department.

And it isn’t pretty.

30 Comments on The corruption of the unelected bureaucratic state

  1. Impose job term limits on ALL Gov’t employees as opposed to closing a Dept. here or there or reducing it’s size. ABSOLUTELY NO Federal employee should be permitted to work for the FED in any capacity for longer than 10 years (about a quarter of one’s productive working years), after which time they MUST exit Fed service and seek employment in the private sector. No connection with the FED IN ANY WAY allowed in the civilian sector job. Do this for all FED employees…NO EXCEPTION. It would then become unpopular to work for the FED and enact useless and harmful regulations/laws knowing that inevitably you’d have to return to the private sector for a real living. If caught working for any civilian job that any ties to Gov’t 9i.e Gov’t contractor, lobbyist, etc.) whatsoever suffer the penalty….complete loss of retirement benefits. That’s how you drain a swamp!!!! The size of Gov’t would become self limiting, massive reductions in retirements benefits, and a thriving private sector would grow out of this…..no swamp!




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  2. The Big Ugly. When you actually stop to consider the extent of personal regulation, thus restrictions, on every kind of activity, you begin to grasp the enormity of the overreach into our private lives — from how much water you can flush down your toilet at one time, what size light bulbs you can use (and how to dispose of them), what guns you can own and where you can wear them, use them and the ammunition you can buy. Our pets are licensed and chipped. Our kids are indoctrinated in the ways of the Left and groomed to bow down to the increasing loss of personal freedom. It permeates every strata of gov’t from the fed to the township. We have mindless functionaries pounding out regulations like assembly line robots. It’s illegal.




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  3. Of the People, By the People, For the People.

    “Only a virtuous people are capable of freedom. As nations become more corrupt and vicious, they have more need of masters. ”

    “Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God.”

    Just sayen, how much more of this crap are we going to take?




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  4. If this keeps unraveling at this rate, it will become THE main factor in the 2018 Congressional Elections. The MSDM cannot keep a lid on this level of corruption and malfeasance at the highest levels of the Department of Justice and the FBI. This was nothing less than an attempted coup by dissatisfied Obama/Clinton Democrats. Aaron Burr and Jefferson Davis had nothing by comparison with these traitorous bastards.




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  5. Apropos of nothing, but it must be said: what is up with Lisa Pages’s gums? She has got more gum than Wrigleys in that smile of hers. I guess she needs big gums like that to hold those horse teeth of hers in her skull. And those eyebrows. They look like sperm. And where does she get her hair done? Jiffylube? I wonder what that Strock guy’s wife looks like. What a hard up desperate case he must be to have a side piece so ugly she gotta sneak up on a glass of water to take a drink. Isn’t she married too? Poor husband of hers must have thought wifing up an ugly chick she would at least be faithful.




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  6. @ BBrad – Who pulls the trigger first? And when?

    It will take an ‘incident’ to unify en masse the patriots. As individuals we are powerless to fulfill our obligation




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  7. The Swamp long predates The One. It’s been in the making since the civil war resolved the last challenge to its power to grow itself into whatever it wanted. And its wants are without limit.




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  8. “Who pulls the trigger first? And when?”

    I wish I knew. But I know there’s a lot of really pissed off people today. And the longer this crap keeps going the worse it’s going to get. We both know what will happen if it’s and individual or even a hand full.




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  9. Brad, who’s first is right. I’d be proud to be first, but I don’t want to be the lone ranger either. The swamp hasn’t put their foot down yet, but then neither have a bunch of patriots either. We have a bunch of shit on our hands.




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  10. joe6pak/.45-70

    We need a MASSIVE March on D.C. by armed MoFo’s. A show of force. A reminder of just who the hell is in charge. We can’t tolerate what’s taking place. If they can’t figure out how to drain the swamp we can. But this flies in the face about what our country was founded on.




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  11. Joe I would attend a MASSIVE march on DC.

    I’m on line, quoting and yapping here, the wifes watching FOX and they just announce Tiny Dancer is requesting NATO Troops in Chicago to keep the peace, but has rejected Trump idea about that National Guard. You can’t make this shit up. Ship that muther fucker to Europe. Now.




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  12. You’re kidding, NATO troops in Chicago? It’s really worrisome that there are so many inhabitants (not all are citizens) of our country that have no problem with that.




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  13. A march anywhere is useless. The media will just spin it make it look bad for the participants.

    An army doesn’t march in front of the enemy….then…go into battle.

    Right now the media is the immediate enemy…but hide in plain sight under the protection of the 1st Amend. and the ignorance of many.

    What to do? What to do?

    I know but it is not palatable




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  14. “An army doesn’t march in front of the enemy….then…go into battle.”

    I think Surrounding the bastards is what I had in mind.




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  15. Brad – Revrum Wright’s feckless, Marxist Muzlim Mallard changed it to:
    Of my Peeple, By my Peeple, For my Peeple!

    The Trump Administration has a BIG job in front of it. Half of that is to change what the Obamboozler put into place. The other half is to educate the American people about what the Obamaboozler did and how destructive it was!




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  16. I feel bad for Trump. No matter what he does
    it’s never enough. I give him credit he’s a fighter.
    We are finally seeing what 8 years of Barry has done to our country
    Fundamentally Changed America… he was successful




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    I’m hoping to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything.
    Would you advise starting with a free platform like WordPress or go
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    Any tips? Thanks!




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