National (Lack of) Intelligence

Like most government agencies, the FBI, CIA, are NSA ineffective bureaucracies.  We’re paying for them with our tax dollars, and we’re not getting our money’s worth.  These so-called “Intelligence” agencies have constantly revealed their lack of intelligence.  The CIA was able to find WMDs in Iraq when none existed, but they couldn’t prevent the 9/11 attacks; the NSA seems only capable of invading our privacy; and the Federal Bureau of Investigation is incapable of successfully investigating anything.

The FBI comes up with the same results on everything, whether it’s Hillary’s e-mails, the Clinton Foundation, the Trump / Russian connection, or Obama “wiretapping” Trump Tower”:  They spend millions of dollars, then they either don’t know anything or can’t find anything.  If they do find something, they can’t tell us–even whether or not they’re investigating something.  If they do tell us, it’s either not enough to pursue or not enough for the Justice Department to bring anybody to justice.

Here are just a few of the enlightening answers that FBI Directory James Comey gave at the congressional hearings on 03/21/17:

“That’s one of those subjects I can’t comment on one way or another.”
“We don’t have any information …”
“I’ve said the FBI and the Department of Justice have no information …”
“I don’t think I should comment.”
“That’s not something I can comment on.”
“It’s hard to say because I don’t how much longer it will take.”
“It’s hard — it’s impossible to say, frankly.”
“I don’t know for sure.”
“I’m not gonna talk about any particular investigation.”
“I can’t say …”
“I don’t know the answer to that.”
“I’m not gonna get into (that).”
“So I can’t answer that.”
“I’m not going to talk about any particular person here today.”
“I have to give you the same answer.”
“Same answer.”
“Same answer.”
“I’m back to my original same answer.”
“Same answer.”
“I don’t wanna start down the road of answering questions about somebody.”
“I don’t know for sure …”
“Again, I don’t want to get into business of commenting on that.”
“I don’t remember.”
“That’s not a question I can answer.”
“We have no information that supports (that).”
“It would depend upon a lot of different things.”
“The reason I said it depends is it would depend.”
“I’m not going to comment on that.”
“I’m also not going to confirm whether we’re investigating things.”
“Could be. It would depend upon other things as well though.”
“Same answer as before.”
“Same answer as before.”
“I’m not gonna answer.”
“Hard to say.”
“I’m not familiar with that article. I don’t — I don’t remember it.”
“I’m not here voluntarily. Right? I would rather not be talking about this at all.”
“I don’t remember for sure. I think June. I could be wrong about that.”

So, regarding our Non-Intelligence agencies, why do we need to be paying these guys’ salaries?

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