Team Mueller and the Predictable “Leak Campaign” – But The Much Bigger Issue is the 40 FBI Agents…

Predictably the leftist and highly partisan Mueller Team, in close coordination with Lawfare and their media allies, start trying to shape a narrative.  Seriously, I’m not going to waste time on their New York Times article except to say the motive for this effort is self-admitted…. In their own words:

[…] At stake in the dispute — the first evidence of tension between Mr. Barr and the special counsel’s office — is who shapes the public’s initial understanding of one of the most consequential government investigations in American history. Some members of Mr. Mueller’s team are concerned that, because Mr. Barr created the first narrative of the special counsel’s findings, Americans’ views will have hardened before the investigation’s conclusions become public. (link)

Well, there it is….  Sure, we didn’t expect the Mueller team to beg forgiveness for conducting the most ridiculous investigation in modern history; however, I also didn’t expect them to be so honest about the motives.  In their own words, they are now admitting: it’s all about politics and maximum political benefit.

Despite the proclaimed reason for the investigation, the greatest concern amid the Mueller team is not whether Russia interfered in the 2016 election; but rather who gets to shape the political narrative that comes after three years of weaponized intelligence ops.

A completely manufactured political operation based on a completely manufactured premise.   That is all this is.  That is all this ever was; and that is all history will record.

Despite their post-narrative gnashing of teeth; and despite their post-narrative shouting at trees; the totality of their investigative value is synonymous with a team investigating a rabbit-faced baby born with ten-inch ears, because a buck-toothed mom chewed carrots while pregnant.

Same investigative value.

Same investigative outcome.

That’s it.  Nothing more.

The real issue that everyone is overlooking is far more serious than tin-foil DOJ lawyers chasing stories of Olaf Mocksonofbitch and his Macedonian meme generating buddies on Facebook….

The real problem we have is outlined in the part of the story everyone will read-over without recognizing,… because we have become immune to the insanity of it.

…[…] It was also unclear how widespread the vexation is among the special counsel team, which included 19 lawyers, about 40 F.B.I. agents and other personnel.

Think about this carefully.

I’m going to skip over the part where everyone recognizes these are the same damned FBI agents investigating Trump in 2016… who transferred into the Mueller team in 2017… to continue the plan into 2018 and 2019.   As if that wasn’t alarming enough… I digress.

Forty FBI Agents spent three years investigating whether or not a chicken-faced baby was actually born in a hen house.

Think about this carefully.

Forty FBI agents, spent three years on a mission to eliminate the candidacy and presidency of Donald Trump.  Don’t get dragged into the absurdity and travel down their bizarre mirrored path where justification is put through a cognitive blender.  Forty FBI Agents spent three years trying to aid a political effort to remove a president.

If you give them the benefit of being sound-minded, we had Forty FBI agents who transparently had to know this was a ridiculously weaponized political operation against the opposing political party of their FBI and DOJ leadership… and they went along with it.

The whole damned thing was/is a ruse.

What exactly would forty FBI agents be investigating?

You can take that insufferably overused qualifier: “we’re not talking about the hard-working FBI field agents here..“, and stuff it.  I’m exactly talking about forty transparently corrupt FBI field agents who, according to EVERYONE, participated in an investigation that was transparent political bullsh!t from the beginning….

….And they all did what?  Went along with it… that’s what they did.

That aspect doesn’t seem to be appearing anywhere.

That aspect doesn’t seem to be bothering anyone, except me.

That in-your-face truism hasn’t been discussed anywhere amid thousands of hours of pundit conversation, and thousands more column inches dedicated to this fabricated political operation.

Is someone actually going to try and tell me Forty FBI Agents didn’t know the Vast Russian Conspiracy was a bucket of nonsense from, um, at least day #2?..

These are the best investigators in the world?  These are the elite investigative units that we count on to investigate serious crimes and avoid terrorist threats?

Who are they?  Name them !  Every one of them needs to be named, publicly.  We paid for this, don’t we have a right to know the name of every person who participated in this investigation?

With the publication of the report doesn’t President Trump get to confront his accusers, in sunlight?  Democrats demand transparency; OK, I’ll play.  Make them live up to their own rules….  I want the names of every FBI individual who participated in this investigation.

Again, think about it.

What does forty FBI agents working on this fabricated Russian case for three years tell us about the operational integrity of the FBI as an institution?


Boston Marathon

San Bernardino

Pulse Nightclub

Garland, Texas

Dallas, Texas, sniper

Mandalay Bay

Parkland, Florida

Fort Lauderdale, Airport

Any questions?…



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635 Responses to Team Mueller and the Predictable “Leak Campaign” – But The Much Bigger Issue is the 40 FBI Agents…

  1. Randolph Scott says:

    This shows me that the FBI needs to be cleansed. This also shows me that at least 40 worthless people posing played with their cranks for almost three years. Cleanse that worthless organization completely, fire every azzhole in that organization. No pensions or benefits. Indict every single one and prosecute them to the fullest.

    Burn every office and building they are house in, grind it into dust and salt it with tons of salt.
    These people are traitors plain and simple.

    Liked by 2 people

    • jeff montanye says:

      also don’t forget that peter strzok, top dude in counterintel and general golden boy, thought he and lisa were safe talking on their agency-issued cell phones. perhaps political loyalty has overwhelmed basic competence at “the greatest investigative agency in the world.”

      Liked by 1 person

    • Fred Ohr says:

      Ditto! Wonder if much of the media leaking came from the 40 worthless Agents assigned to Mueller? Duh!


    • Micheal Jones says:

      Amen brother. Put their pension money towards the WALL. Let Them STARVE.


  2. Gil Stonebarger says:

    and yet the President does NOTHING


    • MaineCoon says:

      “With the publication of the report doesn’t President Trump get to confront his accusers, in sunlight? Democrats demand transparency; OK, I’ll play. Make them live up to their own rules…. I want the names of every FBI individual who participated in this investigation.”

      How about you listing the 40 FBI agents so he/we all know who they are, since you seem to know more than the rest of us.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. SSI01 says:

    I worked with these people on and off for 23 years and they disgusted me from the get-go.

    We others in Federal law enforcement, all GS-1811s just like FBI agents, were considered bastard step-children by the FBI with their condescending attitude and their stove-piping of information – keeping information from me about investigations they were running in my own bailiwick that had major military installations and assets in it. Doing this without telling me a thing about it, and doing it for months. That stovepiping – keeping their information to themselves and sending it directly to FBIHQ but never spreading it laterally among their sister agencies, even when one of those sister agencies was attached to the Joint Terrorism Task Force the FBI was chairing for the major metro area I was located in – was identified in the 911 Commission report as a major shortcoming of the FBI and they were directed to cease and desist the practice. In keeping with their normal SOP they ignored what they were told and went ahead with business as usual until I and another agent from a sister armed forces agency complained publicly about being excluded. It got so bad we actually had to identify a new FBI agent on the JTTF and treat him like a source – stroke his ego, take him out to lunch, share our little secrets with him, and prey on his past loyalty to the branch of military service he used to be in – until he finally started to tell us what was going on, things he was specifically told not to relate to us. Keep us in the dark and treat us like 15-year-old junior high kids instead of professional federal criminal investigators.

    I’m so glad to see questions being asked about them, at least here on CTH. Maybe this will be picked up on by someone in Congress, and the agency administered a sound public spanking. In fact it should be disbanded and the US Marshal’s service taking over most functions with the rest being spread out among other fed agencies. The Bureau has long outlived its usefulness and has been coasting on its wildly over-inflated reputation for decades. They make their share of mistakes like everyone else but now they’re involved in a coup against a legally and properly elected president of the United States. And not just a few of them – but dozens of them, including their then-director and other high-rank individuals.

    It is so bad out here in Realityville I don’t tell people what I used to do for a living any more. How do you explain you carried a badge, wore a suit and tie, and investigated crimes just like an FBI agent? What happens is most people equate you with them, and then you’re subjected to the same sidelong looks, the suspicious looks, or the contemptible expressions because everyone thinks you’re just like a retired FBI agent, when we’re not. It’s embarrassing, and it pisses you off. I just tell people I worked for the government and let it go at that.

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  4. tjm says:

    Re the most controversial item on Sundance’s list, Senator Bob Graham (D Florida), who co-chaired the Joint Congressional Inquiry into the event, has consistently been extremely critical of the efforts of Mueller’s FBI to impede the investigation. He even went so far as to say that the FBI was going beyond mere passive “cover-up” and engaging in “aggressive deception”. See his four-part interview with Real News as well as his National Press Club remarks when the 18 redacted pages were finally revealed during the 2016 campaign.


  5. Martin says:

    And Brennan was at Langley. What’s being said about that bed of snakes, hmmm?


  6. Bob says:

    Tired of hearing how the rank and file FBI agents are wonderful patriots . The entire organization is corrupt from top to bottom. Did any agents refuse to participate in the Stone raid? Have any whistleblowers come forward? . All they care about is their jobs and pensions. They will follow any order even if they know it is wrong or illegal.

    Liked by 1 person

    • lurker2 says:

      I”m hoping that some whistleblowers HAVE come forward but the people they contacted just aren’t leakers.


    • paulashley says:

      That’s what gets me. Agents are willing to do anything to keep their job and future pension. Same thing happens in the upper echelons of the military.


  7. lurker2 says:

    All they need to do is have Mueller appear at a House hearing. Let the whiners probe him and see if he has a problem with Barr’s summary. So simple. The fact that the Democrats aren’t doing this is very telling.


  8. spoogels says:

    Well lets make a list of those 40 FBI -(and CIA agents)


  9. Jim Underwood says:

    I just emailed you guys before I saw your post — part of it is slightly related.
    You don’t need 40 FBI agents to be involved. I believe Facebook/Twitter(social media) pulled all the relevant data they had and sent it off to Muller; I’m sure they included all their correlation as well. The cyber intel analysis, if there really was any, would have been done regardless by others who do that as their daily routine. Most, but perhaps not all, of the FBI agents would have been chasing down, harassing, and trying to entrap innocent people.
    I question what in the world were the 19 lawyers doing? They’re not analysts and they don’t do FBI investigations. What did they do over the last couple years.


  10. paulashley says:

    This confirms what I’ve also believed about the military for awhile now; far too many are either true-believing leftists or time-servers willing to do anything to climb the promotion ladder towards a fat pension.


  11. paulashley says:

    The Garland incident was particularly egregious in that, from what I’ve read, the FBI agents were practically knowingly allowing the juhadi op to go forward.


  12. paulashley says:

    The Garland incident was particularly egregious in that, from what I’ve read, the FBI agents were practically knowingly allowing the juhadi op to go forward.


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