The FBI’s Ship of Fools

Of the many astonishing revelations now emerging from the Russia investigation, not enough has been made of the fact that — that Zelig of the FBI who mysteriously appeared at every controversial moment — was second in command for counterintelligence.

That’s right, counterintelligence — that activity “designed to prevent or thwart spying, intelligence gathering, and sabotage by an enemy or other foreign entity.”

And yet that same Mr. Strzok was conducting a clandestine extra-marital affair with an FBI colleague over thousands of text messages that could be and likely were (more of that in a moment) intercepted by those same foreign intelligence agencies — or were, at the very least, recklessly exposed to them.

  • mobuyus

    Ship of stools.

  • occupant 9

    The only ones who don’t know American gov’t institutions are hopelessly compromised if not entirely turned, are regular, law-abiding, tax-paying citizens. All are watching to see if in fact America has a rule of law or if she is now the most dangerous imperial banana republic to ever exist.

  • Sharkibark

    Goblins. Smells like sulfer. *twitches* 😉