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It is looking more and more like the political hatchet men at the highly politicized FBI intend to make the major conservative journalist organization Project Veritas its next target to suppress. The FBI is continuing to act more like the secret police of a totalitarian state than a law enforcement agency in a democratic country.  A recent poll found that 53% of Americans now view the FBI as "Biden's private Gestapo."

The facts are that when Joe Biden's daughter Ashley moved from a residence in Florida, she left a lot of junk behind.  One of those involved in the cleanup found among the junk a diary of Ashley Biden.  In it, she related some disturbing things, such as the fact that when she was young, her father Joe used to take showers with her, and that had caused problems in her sex life as an adult.

The finder then tried to sell the diary.  They peddled it to the Trump campaign which turned it down.  They sought other buyers.  Finally Project Veritas bought it, but their attempts to verify it never met their satisfaction, so they never reported on it.  However, one of the sources through whom they had attempted to verify it did put the entire diary online.

Enter the FBI, which began an investigation for a "stolen" diary. They some months ago seized computers and cell phones from a reporter at Project Veritas as well as the editor.  The FBI came down on the finder of the diary and one who helped her peddle it, indicting both of them for "selling stolen property".  They could not fight the might of the FBI so they copped a plea.  Many conservatives fear their next target will be Project Veritas.

Ironically, in their tear to go after those involved with this diary, one impact is that the FBI have verified it is really Ashley Biden's diary.

In contrast, the Pentagon Papers were clearly stolen, not abandoned, and the Washington Post published them.  The FBI never  seized anything from the Washington Post or went after either the newspaper or even the persons who actually stole the Pentagon Papers.

This is clearly just another political hit by a rogue FBI functioning like a political secret police in a police state.   The FBI is not savable.  It simply must be abolished.



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