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Retired deputy director calls Comey "unworthy" of FBI

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The public needs to understand that this is really not how the FBI operates within today’s criminal justice system. Jim Comey and his discredited inner circle in no way represent the FBI and its dedicated men and women.

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2 minutes ago, mrdeltoid said:

Retired deputy director calls Comey "unworthy" of FBI

The word "deputy" doesn't appear anywhere in your article.... :confused::confused:

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He was an Assistant Director.  I don't know how the hierarchy works at the FBI, but that was his actual title.  It says so, right at the end of the piece.

 

EDIT - Found it...he's down the chain a bit.  https://www.fbi.gov/about/leadership-and-structure

Edited by Thirteen

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Posted (edited)

11 minutes ago, hst2 said:

He's a Fox News contributor.

so are Marie Harf, and  Juan Williams, so? Does being a fox news contributor automatically discredit one's opinions and negate one's prior professional experience? Do you honestly believe Comey was great for the FBI  and a straight arrow?

 

Edited by Saticon3

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37 minutes ago, Norman said:

The word "deputy" doesn't appear anywhere in your article.... :confused::confused:

Assistant director, sorry.

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4 minutes ago, Saticon3 said:

so are Marie Harf, and  Juan Williams, so? Does being a fox news contributor automatically discredit one's opinions and negate one's prior professional experience?

 

Thanks for the chuckle.

Don't forget the late, great Alan Colmes.

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Posted (edited)

Meanwhile, the IG has referred the McCabe case to the DC US Attorney's Office, recommending criminal prosecution. Hopefully, the first of many more to come. 

I told you libs the guy you have to watch is not Muller, but rather Horowitz. No doubt he's dvr'ing every show Comey does, 

Edited by Saticon3

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41 minutes ago, Saticon3 said:

Does being a fox news contributor automatically discredit one's opinions and negate one's prior professional experience?

Yes

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44 minutes ago, Saticon3 said:

so are Marie Harf, and  Juan Williams, so? Does being a fox news contributor automatically discredit one's opinions and negate one's prior professional experience? Do you honestly believe Comey was great for the FBI  and a straight arrow?

 

It does call into question thier objectivity.

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1 minute ago, jtowne-swim said:

It does call into question thier objectivity.

Do you consider Bob Mueller objective?:rolleyes:

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2 minutes ago, jtowne-swim said:

It does call into question thier objectivity.

even their token liberals?

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1 minute ago, mrdeltoid said:

Do you consider Bob Mueller objective?:rolleyes:

Yes

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1 minute ago, Saticon3 said:

even their token liberals?

Considering where the pay check comes from.

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19 minutes ago, mrdeltoid said:

Do you consider Bob Mueller objective?:rolleyes:

good one

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18 minutes ago, jtowne-swim said:

Yes

do you consider Horowitz objective?

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18 minutes ago, jtowne-swim said:

Yes

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=9&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiLy66DncfaAhVBwFkKHa03AocQFghXMAg&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.fbi.gov%2Fnews%2Fpressrel%2Fpress-releases%2Ffbi-director-announces-retirement-of-chris-swecker-assistant-director-for-the-criminal-investigative-division-and-acting-executive-assistant-director-for-law-enforcement-services%2F&usg=AOvVaw0Nzn4lBELAep9Vav-FQW7T

Washington D.C. - FBI Director Robert S. Mueller, III, today announced that Chris Swecker, Assistant Director for the Criminal Investigative Division and Acting Executive Assistant Director (EAD) for Law Enforcement Services will retire from the Bureau to pursue an opportunity in the private sector, effective July 13, 2006.

Director Mueller said, "Chris Swecker has made tremendous contributions to this institution and to the safety and security of the American people. He served as the on-scene commander of the FBI operations in Iraq, managed the dismantlement of a Hizballah terror cell in Charlotte, North Carolina, and oversaw the investigation and capture of top ten fugitive Eric Robert Rudolph. Under his leadership, the FBI has improved oversight of and support for criminal investigations, and brought new levels of sophistication to the use of intelligence in criminal investigations. He strengthened priority programs to fight public corruption, transnational criminal enterprises, and violent gangs, and worked to protect our children and cherished civil rights. Under his direction, the Criminal Investigative Division increased its public corruption efforts by 250 Agents, opened 30 new gang task forces, and established specialized child abduction response teams.

"I would like to thank him for the sacrifices he has made and for his many contributions to protect and serve the American people."

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I see 

 

Objective= anybody I agree with ( or, is a Trump-hater)

Non-objective= anybody I disagree with 

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1 minute ago, Saticon3 said:

do you consider Horowitz objective?

I do.....

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Just now, Saticon3 said:

I see 

 

Objective= anybody I agree with ( or, is a Trump-hater)

Non-objective= anybody I disagree with 

We should find out in a minute.;)

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Just now, mrdeltoid said:

https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=9&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiLy66DncfaAhVBwFkKHa03AocQFghXMAg&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.fbi.gov%2Fnews%2Fpressrel%2Fpress-releases%2Ffbi-director-announces-retirement-of-chris-swecker-assistant-director-for-the-criminal-investigative-division-and-acting-executive-assistant-director-for-law-enforcement-services%2F&usg=AOvVaw0Nzn4lBELAep9Vav-FQW7T

Washington D.C. - FBI Director Robert S. Mueller, III, today announced that Chris Swecker, Assistant Director for the Criminal Investigative Division and Acting Executive Assistant Director (EAD) for Law Enforcement Services will retire from the Bureau to pursue an opportunity in the private sector, effective July 13, 2006.

Director Mueller said, "Chris Swecker has made tremendous contributions to this institution and to the safety and security of the American people. He served as the on-scene commander of the FBI operations in Iraq, managed the dismantlement of a Hizballah terror cell in Charlotte, North Carolina, and oversaw the investigation and capture of top ten fugitive Eric Robert Rudolph. Under his leadership, the FBI has improved oversight of and support for criminal investigations, and brought new levels of sophistication to the use of intelligence in criminal investigations. He strengthened priority programs to fight public corruption, transnational criminal enterprises, and violent gangs, and worked to protect our children and cherished civil rights. Under his direction, the Criminal Investigative Division increased its public corruption efforts by 250 Agents, opened 30 new gang task forces, and established specialized child abduction response teams.

"I would like to thank him for the sacrifices he has made and for his many contributions to protect and serve the American people."

but he now is a Fox contributor, so all his prior accomplishments  and experience are null and void

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Just now, Saticon3 said:

but he now is a Fox contributor, so all his prior accomplishments  and experience are null and void

:lol:

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If Comey is "unworthy," what does that make Trump?

This is an objectivity test.  

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Posted (edited)

11 minutes ago, Cameron said:

If Comey is "unworthy," what does that make Trump?

This is an objectivity test.  

No, it’s a whataboutism switcheroo. Nobody’s biting. 

Edited by volperdinger

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