Tuesday, August 30, 2022

Arguing Against Interest

That is what lawyers call it when you make a claim or present a fact that undercuts your argument.  I guess when CBS News presents news like this, evidence of partisan misbehavior at the FBI must be pretty strong.  8/30/22 CBS News:

"Timothy Thibault, a top-level FBI agent who had been under fire for his role in investigations regarding President Biden's son, Hunter Biden, resigned late last week and was walked out of the FBI, two U.S. officials confirmed. But these officials also said that Thibault had reached retirement age, and they added that all of those who retire hand over their badge and gun and are escorted out of the building."

Yes and their are leprechauns in my garden, too.  I have never seen an employee escorted out of a building except for misconduct.  As the article observes members of Congres have relied on whistle-blowers concerning this matter and FBI Director Wray responded to allegations:
""If there are allegations of misconduct by FBI employees, we want to make sure that we get that information so we can use the tools we have to go after that conduct," he said. "But certainly, I condemn in the strongest possible terms any prospect of retaliation against whistleblowers.""

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