James Comey

This higher power that James Comey claims he answers to is one mean, vengeful son of a bitch.

May they both find the peace they seek.






 

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Let The Chips Fall

James Comey, former Top Cop of the FBI fired by a president, tried to fix an election, then admitted it in a book he wrote, then said his subconscious mind did it without his awareness, then proceeded to tell detail by detail how his subconscious mind did it.

And you think Russia did this? Fixed the election?

A man trying to legitimize an election of a woman? He felt the need? Why again? Because he can read people’s minds and predict their consequent actions?

Stop making enemies. Work with Russia. Stop trying to rule the world through extortion, blackmail and bombs. The USA is the one acting like a mob boss.

Is Robert Mueller going to indict James Comey for intentionally influencing the outcome of an election? What? The statute of limitations ran out when he was fired? That doesn’t seem right if it’s true.

That’s what happens when you meddle. You never can predict the outcome.

Frankly, I think he did more than he’s admitting to – you know the rest of what his subconscious mind won’t let him remember. This is a huge cover up. He’ll admit to the lesser offense in his book written by him with the help of his subconscious mind to throw everybody off the trail of what he really did. I mean I don’t know what this guy’s capable of. He sure gets his feelings hurt easily for a Top Cop. I’m staying away from it. Let the chips fall.






 

The Bizarre Story Behind the FBI’s Fake Documentary About the Bundy Family

May 16 2017, 12:00 p.m.

RYAN BUNDY SEEMED uneasy as he settled into a white leather chair in a private suite at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. As the eldest son of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, who had become a national figure for his armed standoff with U.S. government agents in April 2014, Ryan had quite a story to tell.

Eight months had passed since Cliven and hundreds of supporters, including heavily armed militia members, faced off against the federal government in a sandy wash under a highway overpass in the Mojave Desert. Now, here in the comforts of the Bellagio, six documentary filmmakers trained bright lights and high-definition cameras on Ryan. They wanted to ask about the standoff. Wearing a cowboy hat, Ryan fidgeted before the cameras. He had told this story before; that wasn’t the reason for his nerves. After all, the Bundy confrontation made national news after armed agents with the Bureau of Land Management seized the Bundy family’s cattle following a trespassing dispute and the accumulation of more than $1 million in unpaid grazing fees. But the Bundys, aided by their armed supporters, beat back the government, forcing agents to release the cattle and retreat.

Images of armed Bundy supporters with high-powered rifles taking on outgunned BLM agents circulated widely on social media. As a result, the Bundys became a household name, lionized by the right as champions of individual liberty and vilified by the left as anti-government extremists.

But something seemed off to Ryan about this interview in the Bellagio. While the family’s newfound fame had attracted fresh supporters to their cause, it had also inspired suspicion. With a federal investigation looming, who among these new faces could they really trust?

Among the more recent figures in the Bundy orbit was this mysterious documentary film crew. The director, Charles Johnson, was middle-aged, with a silver goatee, slicked-back hair, and a thick southern accent. His assistant, who identified herself as Anna, was tall and blond. A website for their company, Longbow Productions, listed an address in Nashville, Tennessee, but the Bundys could find no previous examples of their work.

https://content.jwplatform.com/players/cNYB9veJ-biiQQJhC.html

An excerpt from an interview that the purported Longbow Productions film crew conducted with Ryan Bundy, obtained by The Intercept.

As the cameras recorded, Ryan’s skepticism was plain. At times, his right eye rolled back into his head, the result of a childhood accident that paralyzed half of his face, and his gaze shifted to figures outside the shot. “There’s been a lot of red flags in the community about Longbow Productions,” one of his companions explained to the film crew. “No bullshit, straight talk. … It’s almost like you’re trying to make us incriminate ourselves.”

With a conspicuously placed copy of the U.S. Constitution poking out of his left breast pocket, Ryan turned his gaze to Johnson.

“We really do want to work with you, if that’s really what’s going on,” he said. But his family needed to know, “Is this just a mole project to garner information that will then be given to the feds?”

Johnson insisted the project was a legitimate endeavor. “I want a truthful documentary.”

“Alrighty,” Ryan said. “Let’s proceed.”

“Quiet on the set,” Johnson told his crew.

Ryan should have trusted his instincts. Johnson and his colleagues were not documentarians. They were undercover FBI agents posing as filmmakers. By the time they sat down with Ryan, Johnson and his team had spent eight months traveling to at least five states to film interviews with nearly than two dozen people about the Bundy standoff, all part of an FBI effort to build criminal cases against the Bundys and their supporters.

Finish reading: The Bizarre Story Behind the FBI’s Fake Documentary About the Bundy Family – World News Report – EIN News






 

Tribe demands details on investigation into burned woman

CROW AGENCY, Mont. (AP) — Nearly two months after a woman was found severely burned on the Crow Indian Reservation, the tribe is still seeking information about the case from federal investigators, tribal leaders said.

June 10, 2016
The victim was found on April 17 in a field near the border between the Northern Cheyenne and Crow reservations with burns over most of her body, The Billings Gazette reported (http://bit.ly/28qcUKZ). Doctors told the woman’s family she had walked about 3 miles before collapsing, said Crow Sen. Shawn Real Bird.

The FBI and the Bureau of Indian Affairs say she is being treated for her injuries and they can’t comment because the investigation is ongoing. The agencies wouldn’t confirm the date and location of the incident, or say how the burns occurred.

Reservation residents believe the woman was set on fire. Tribal attorney Dawn Gray told members of the Crow Tribal Judicial Committee on Thursday that the lack of disclosure likely violates the 2010 Tribal Law and Order Act, which in part guaranteed the tribes the information they need to ensure public safety. The act also sought to decrease violence against Native American women, to encourage hiring more law enforcement officers for Indian lands and to encourage collaboration among federal, state and tribal law enforcement…

 

Finish reading: Tribe demands details on investigation into burned woman






 

To Donald Trump – about those dogs…

Stop with the dog analogies.

“He chokes like a dog?”

Leave the dog out. The dog did nothing to you.

Everybody loves their dog family members. You’re alienating all those people, by insulting their family.

You’re uncle Donald to them now. Act it and say it.

Many dogs in the USA and worldwide are horribly abused. Say you’re going to do something for their rights too!

Laws are changing and people are getting jail time for abuse.

The FBI is in. States are in. Local authorities are in. You need to be in too.

Thank you.

Sharon Lee Davies-Tight






 

the perversity of surveillance

If Apple loses, your home could be the next thing that’s unlocked, Access to your security cameras would be just a judge order away…

In a recent interview about Apple’s ongoing legal battle with the Department of Justice, Tim Cook said that our smartphones have more information about us and our families than any other device we own. He’s right. And if the FBI is able to compel Apple or any company to circumvent a phone’s encryption, it would tap into a wealth of information. But it’s not just the tiny computers in our pocket we need to be concerned about. Your home and car tech could also be affected by the ruling if law enforcement deems it necessary.

Look around your home, office or car. How many microphones, cameras or sensors are pointed at you right now? Even if these devices are not connected to a service or server, they’re probably still there watching and listening. Hopefully the manufacturers did their jobs and all those eyes and ears are encrypted. But, if Apple is forced to help the FBI get into that iPhone, even that encryption won’t matter.

The Internet of Things have been a target of security researchers (and rightfully so), but that’s forced companies to make it a priority to secure these devices. Which is paramount because they record an incredible amount of information about you and your family. Cameras like the Nest Cam track who comes in and out of your home. Microphones embedded in devices like the Amazon Echo and smart TVs let you check the weather, change channels and order items with your voice…

 

Finish reading: If Apple loses, your home could be the next thing that’s unlocked

The FBI is into some really creepy, scary stuff.





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