Pelosi’s Private Police Force

Oh, this is fun.  From Rep. Troy Nehls (R-Texas):

On November 20th, 2021, Capitol Police entered my office without my knowledge and photographed confidential legislative products protected by the Speech and Debate clause enshrined in the Constitution, Article 1 Section 6.

Two days later on Monday November 22, 2021 (Thanksgiving week), three intelligence officers attempted to enter my office while the House was in recess.

Upon discovering a member of my staff, special agents dressed like construction workers began to question him as to the contents of a photograph taken illegally two days earlier.

@CapitolPolice never informed myself or senior level staff of their investigation and the reasons are clear.

They had no authority to photograph my office, let alone investigate myself or members of my staff.

So, why is the Capitol Police Leadership maliciously investigating me in an attempt to destroy me and my character?

Maybe it is because I have been a vocal critic of @SpeakerPelosi, the @January6thCmte, and @CapitolPolice leadership about their handling of January 6th, the death of Ashli Babbitt and the subsequent SHAM investigation.

So the Capitol Cops, not content with murdering an innocent woman in January last year, have been caught with their dirty little fingers in the cookie jar, again.

Two things to ponder:

  • Who, exactly, authorized these clearly-illegal activities?
  • What will the punishment be, not only for this person, but for the agents involved in the wrongdoing?  and
  • When do the public floggings begin?

Had this happened during the Trump Administration, with a Republican Speaker and Democrat congressmen the targets, would we be seeing the same official and media shrug of the shoulders as is happening now?

It’s a rhetorical question.

Of Course They Are

Fresh from the CanuckiReich:

On Friday, the Ottawa Police Service (OPS) announced they are pairing with several federal intelligence agencies and other law enforcement divisions to launch “enhanced intelligence operations and investigations” that will target individuals who are participating in the Canadian Truckers For Freedom Convoy.

According to the OPS statement, the ‘enhanced investigation’ will begin targeting the key figures who are behind the organization of the convoy as part of the Canadian government’s “increased effort to identify and target protestors who are funding/supporting/enabling unlawful and harmful activity by protesters.”

Intelligence agencies will be assisting the OPS in gathering identifying information on targeted individuals, including financial records, digital history, vehicle registration, driver’s licenses, insurance status, and other personal data that can be used to criminally prosecute the convoy participants.

That’s bad.  This is worse:

US law enforcement agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS), will also assist with the crackdown by investigating “online threats that originated in the US,” despite little to no evidence or behavior that has indicated any violence is being planned.

Our local Alphabet Gestapo are no doubt using this as a training exercise for our own U.S. freedom convoys, when they occur.

As far as I can see, the only “unlawful and violent activities” being planned are those of the police.

Fuckers.  Theirs and ours.

I Fucking Knew It

These bastards:

The Biden administration has disclosed that it possesses firearm purchase records by Americans that adds up to almost one billion, contrary to what members of Congress were aware of, on the heels of an investigation last year showing the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) has records on more than 54 million transactions.
ATF acknowledged in a letter to Rep. Michael Cloud (R-TX), which was obtained by The Washington Free Beacon, that it currently has records of more than 920 million gun purchase records. Cloud launched a probe after the outlet reported on the stockpiling of records, which he called a “federal firearm registry” that is “explicitly banned by law*.”
The agency has been transferring hard copies of the records to a digital database used to find guns related to criminal activity, even though ATF denies that its records are intended to track owners. More than 850 million of the records can be accessed digitally, the agency reported. The documents can then be digitally searched with optical character recognition technology.

Now that’s going to make you feel all warm and cuddly when filling out the hated 4473 form, isn’t it?

Thank gawd for private transactions (which, by the way, these gun-grabbing pricks are trying to make illegal, too).

*The Firearm Owners Protection Act (FOPA) prohibits ATF from crafting a registry on sales or owners and the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 1968 that registries are banned for gun ineligible Americans. FOPA states:

No such rule or regulation prescribed [by the Attorney General] after the date of the enactment of the Firearms Owners Protection Act may require that records required to be maintained under this chapter or any portion of the contents of such records, be recorded at or transferred to a facility owned, managed, or controlled by the United States or any State or any political subdivision thereof, nor that any system of registration of firearms, firearms owners, or firearms transactions or disposition be established. 

Not that these fuckers care about breaking the law, apparently…

Waiting For Special Agent Godot

This post raises some interesting points:

Was the Terrorist Attack in Colleyville a Replay of the Terrorist Attack in Garland in 2015?

This would answer a WHOLE lot of questions posed by my Readers on this very website.  Something stinks about the whole Colleyville thing, and the smell emanates from the FBI, not from the Muslim asshole’s rotting corpse .

I really would love to hear the FBI’s rebuttal of the Colleyville hypothesis above, but as the title suggests, they probably won’t say diddly, because the questions Sundance raises are really pointed:

(1) how did Faisal Akram gain a visa to enter the United States?  (2) Who did he visit?  (3) Who gave him the weapon?  (4) Who facilitated his travel and targeting operations; and lastly,  (5) who financed and assisted him in his attack?

Either the FBI enabled his activities — as Sundance suggests — or they really didn’t know anything about him, which means they’re really fucking incompetent.  I’d prefer the second alternative, actually, but I think the first is more probable because the FBI has a long (and so far unpunished) track record of doing shit like this.

Taking a wider view, Sundance notes:

The FBI is not a law enforcement or investigative division of the U.S. Department of Justice. The FBI is a political weapon of a larger institution that is now focused almost entirely toward supporting a radical communist agenda to destroy civil society in the United States.

Hey, Fibbies:  feel free to supply proof that contradicts all the above.


Oh, How Charming

Via Insty comes this cheery news, which I ranted about a while back:

The Department of Justice is opening a new unit to investigate acts of domestic terrorism, a top national security official said during a Senate committee hearing Tuesday.

And will this unit be mobilized against, say, Antifa or BLM, given the following:

While there is no specific federal domestic terrorism statute, the federal government defines domestic terrorism as criminal acts dangerous to human life that appear to be intended to intimidate or coerce civilians or the policy of a government.

Of course it will.  [/sarc]  As with all things, the devil will be in the details.

Given that we already have such an agency (that would be the Fucking Bastard Institution), would this new bunch of Gummint agents be of a more, ummm, paramilitary nature?  (Also unnecessary, given the Feebs’ Swatties, but nemmind.)

My guess is that this crew will be dedicated to going after the so-called (and non-existent) “Rightwing extremists”, and if they can’t find any, they’ll create them (see:  David Koresh, Randy Weaver, Ashli Babbit, etc.) to justify their existence.

Whatever they call it, it would have sounded better in the original German:  Gestapo.

Sigh.  Just another rat’s nest to be rescinded by Executive Order on Day One of the new Republican presidency in 2024.

In the meantime, I guess it’s time to visit a Toyota dealership…

…because I’d hate to disappoint the new guys.