FBI: Illegal From Start
The FBI was formed by a descendant of Napoleon in violation of federal law.
The Federal Bureau of Investigations technically doesn’t exist. Congress never authorized it, and the executive branch lacks the authority to create it. Therefore, the FBI doesn’t exist.
All of this is documented on the FBI’s own website. A Brief History of the FBI tells the story of the rogue agency’s beginning under a dangerous tyrant named Charles Bonaparte, grandnephew of Napoleon. Bonaparte was Teddy Roosevelt’s attorney general.
Roosevelt and Bonaparte met at some progressivist enclave in 1892, and the FBI is not afraid to share this chilling story of their first encounter.
He met Roosevelt in 1892 when they both spoke at a reform meeting in Baltimore. Roosevelt, then with the Commission, talked with pride about his insistence that Border Patrol applicants pass marksmanship tests, with the most accurate getting the jobs. Following him on the program, Bonaparte countered, tongue in cheek, that target shooting was not the way to get the best men. “ Roosevelt should have had the men shoot at each other, and given the jobs to the survivors.”
Nice guy. Makes you wonder how the IRS plans to screen applicants for 87,000 executioner jobs, doesn’t it. Maybe they have only 20,000 openings but want to play Hunger Games to fill them.
Anyway, Bonaparte wanted to run his own investigations, so he “rented” secret service agents. Bonaparte was frustrated with the arrangement and wanted to form a band of thugs.
Bonaparte made the problem known to Congress, which wondered why he was even renting Secret Service investigators at all when there was no specific provision in the law for it. In a complicated, political showdown with Congress, involving what lawmakers charged was Roosevelt’s grab for executive power, Congress banned the loan of Secret Service operatives to any federal department in May 1908.
In contempt of Congress, Bonaparte created his own team of “investigators,” and the FBI was born. No executive order. No law. Just a lawless attorney general trampling on the Constitution and the separation of powers.
Is it any wonder that such a rogue and illegal institution would behave like the Gestapo?
And, oh, the irony in the Bureau’s own brief history of itself. And the contradiction.
In an early paragraph, the Bureau justifies its creation on the grounds that America, by 1908, was simply too big to be without one.
But violence was just the tip of the criminal iceberg. Corruption was rampant nationwide—especially in local politics, with crooked political machines like Tammany Hall in full flower. Big business had its share of sleaze, too, from the shoddy, even criminal, conditions in meat packaging plants and factories (as muckrakers like Upton Sinclair had so artfully exposed) to the illegal monopolies threatening to control entire industries.
(Upton Sinclair’s work was fiction and the conditions he described did not exist. But the FBI, apparently, lacks the investigative skills to uncover that well-known fact.)
So, according to the FBI, growth leads to corruption. Unless we’re talking about the FBI itself. In that case, the bigger the FBI, the less corruption. Just watch:
During its first 15 years, the Bureau was a shadow of its future self. It was not yet strong enough to withstand the sometimes corrupting influence of patronage politics on hiring, promotions, and transfers.
It’s difficult to believe the FBI is so daft as to leave this drivel online. The FBI today, though enormous and with almost unlimited power to frame, entrap, falsify evidence, destroy exculpatory evidence, and sell its “services” to political parties and private corporations, is the private secret police force of the Democrat Party.
The DOJ and FBI lied to the FISA court in order to wiretap candidate Trump and his associates. The DOJ and FBI refused to investigate Hillary Clinton’s private server containing top secret information. The DOJ and FBI refused to investigate countless human trafficking rings, including Jeffrey Epstein’s. In short, the FBI only investigates those the Democrat Party tells it to investigate.
A large organization is more likely to be corrupt, not less. And the larger the organization, the more dangerous its corruption. Then, again, an organization founded by a man who advocated for a Hunger Games approach to hiring would seem to have been rotten from birth.
If you’ve been wondering when the FBI turned, now you know. It didn’t turn. The FBI was born that way.
Furthermore, I consider that the FBI must be destroyed.