Published on September 5, 2016

You know it’s bad when you hear quotes like this: “I’d rather have a sister in a whorehouse than a brother in the FBI.”

As the voting public, you have a right to wonder if the FBI is really worth a tinker’s damn.

In USA Today, Glen Reynolds puts out a horrifying list of the FBI’s more critical errors.

Bureau Director James Comey’s news conference, in which he laid out an extended record of misconduct by Hillary Clinton but then announced that he wouldn’t recommend prosecuting her, was just the latest in a series of very visible FBI failures.

There were also:

The FBI had interviewed Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, after being warned by the Russian government that he was a threat, but still did nothing…

…a “mistake” in the background check for mass shooter Dylann Roof … [who] should have been prevented from buying the .45-caliber weapon used in Charleston, S.C., in what officials called a hate crime.

…The FBI was warned about Orlando shooter Omar Mateen, but not only did he manage to kill 49 people after the bureau determined that he was “not a threat,” the FBI somehow managed to “lose” Mateen’s wife (and possible accomplice) after the shooting. And now it turns out that the bureau asked Florida agencies that dealt with the Orlando shooting to stonewall records requests from the news media about what happened.
Full article at USA Today

Between that and so many critical failures in other Federal agencies, would it be easier to ask for a list of things that are running PROPERLY under Obama’s administration?

Share if you are starting to wonder if the FBI is doing ANYTHING useful with all that information they are gathering.