Friday, February 03, 2023
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“Cough, Cough, Nothing To See Here” As Top FBI Official Steps Down



Have you noticed how every time something suspicious happens with Democrats they want to pass it off as a coincidence? They treat the American public like buffoons, then snicker as the bought and paid for media completes the illusion.

Case in point, Steven D’antuono who is the assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Washington field office, suddenly announced his retirement.

D’Antuono released this written statement:

“After a 26-year, 10-month career with the FBI, I chose to retire. Yesterday was my last day. Deciding to retire was not easy, it is extremely difficult to say farewell to the mission and the wonderful people I work with, but in making my decision I knew it is time to hand the reins over to the next generation of FBI employees.”

D’Antuono also rolled out the always convenient excuse of wanting to spend more time with his family. The fact that Republicans now control the house and that he was one of nine FBI officials that the House Judiciary Committee named as “requiring prompt testimony” from as they seek information on political bias inside the bureau, of course had nothing to do with his decision.

In a November 12th letter addressed to (Useless) FBI Director Christopher Ray, The committee wrote:

“Over the past twenty-one months, we have made several requests for information and documents concerning operations and actions of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. To date, you have ignored these requests, or you have failed to respond sufficiently. Please be aware that if our requests remain outstanding at the beginning of the 118th Congress, the Committee may be forced to resort to compulsory processes to obtain the material we require.”

The committee previously announced at a November press conference that they plan on investigating President Joe Biden about any involvement he may have had in Hunter’s Business deals.

At that same press conference the Oversight Committee Chair, Representative James Comer, a Republican from Kentucky accused Biden of lying about his involvement, stating:

“As part of our investigation, we have evidence that the finances, credit cards, and bank accounts of Hunter and Joe Biden were commingled, if not shared.”

I don’t want to sound cynical, but we have all heard these sound bites before. What we need is the Republican party to do more than talk about bringing these frauds to justice. We need them to relentlessly pursue them until they are totally exposed, so much so that even the puppeteer media can’t deny it and must admit the truth to America.