Sufficient Incompetence

Sufficient Incompetence Is Indistingiushable From Fraud or Corruption

Sufficient incompetence is indistinguishable from corruption, fraud, or malice. This is especially true of the recently ousted Broward County Supervisor of Elections, Brenda Snipes. There’s comes a point where incompetence and malice are distinctions without a difference.

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Tip Your Head And Squint

Tip Your Head And Squint
If You Tip Your Head And Squint

Certain sorts are claiming that Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s recent report upon the FBI’s “handling” of Hillary Clinton’s #MailGate scandal showed that the FBI had no noticeable bias in favor of the failed presidential hopeful. But, no bias agianst President Trump and in favor of Hillary? Sure, if you either tip your head and squint or are of the sort who’s views are already skewed to the Left. 😉

Essentially, in 100s of pages of torturous legalese – with all the specific, most often abstruse to the general public, language inherent in such documents, IG Horowitz has set forth his opinion that, while various key investigators harbored anti-Trump, pro-Clinton bias, and even made statements indicating thier intention to act on that bias to prevent Donald Trump from becoming POTUS, the DoJ’s Inspector General’s office could find no evidence in in emails, text messages, instant messages, or documents that proved the FBI made decisions with an improper purpose or took measures which amounted to criminal action.

Yeah, tip your head and squint, people. Tip your head and squint.

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Mueller After A Year

Mueller After A Year
Mueller After A Year – Still Fishing, Still Flailing

Aside from bitterness, hate, and a desire to seek revenge for his longtime confederate, Comey, this is the only answer that makes sense at this point. Mueller, a member of the Deep State, just wants to “correct” for a political liberation that threatens to disrupt the government’s status quo.

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