Rep. Steve Scalise: AG Barr is serious about getting 'bad apples' out of the FBI

Posted by $ mminnick 9 months, 2 weeks ago to News
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Rep. Steve Scalise believes that William Barr's appointment of a U.S. attorney to investigate the origins of the Russia probe proves that the attorney general is getting ready to hit the FBI hard.
During an appearance on "America's Newsroom" Tuesday morning, Scalise said Barr's decision to enlist U.S. attorney in Connecticut John Durham illustrates that the justice department is "serious about cleaning house within the FBI."

"I think you're seeing the justice department go on offense to say 'let's clean up the bad apples,'" Scalise told host Bill Hemmer.
"Most of the FBI agents we know do great work for our country, but there were some who were politically motivated and carrying out their job not in what was best for the country, but in what was best to pursue their own political agenda and there is absolutely no place for that within the FBI," he continued.

It is about time that the "bad apples" were revomved from the FBU. The few people who are the bad apples should be removed regardless of the level of power and stripped of all retirement and benefits. They either committed crimes or allowed others to commit them.

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  • Posted by $ 25n56il4 9 months, 2 weeks ago
    What was his first clue? Barr's jaws were so tight when that crazy Hawaiian attacked him, I was hoping he didn't have any caps on his teeth. They would have popped out! He is not getting mad, he is going to get even!
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