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The Time To Hold Corrupt Bureaucrats Like
Christopher Wray Accountable Is Before
They Are Even Confirmed

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Posted By: PeterWolosin, 8/6/2022 8:23:54 AM

Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee agree that FBI Director Christopher Wray needs to be better at his job, but their attempts to rein in the incompetence and scandal plaguing a multitude of federal agencies, including intelligence agencies, just aren’t cutting it. Several Republicans have signaled they plan to investigate corrupt and partisan bureaucrats such as Dr. Anthony Fauci and Wray if they win back Congress in the November midterms. For now, while Democrats control the White House and the legislative branch,


Republicans need to start showing some backbone in confirmation hearings like this.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Amanoftwistsandturns 8/6/2022 8:32:22 AM (No. 1239551)
Sadly we know that MCCarthy and McConnell will sit on their hands.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: bpl40 8/6/2022 9:16:14 AM (No. 1239623)
It's time to define what 'accountable' means. A slap on the wrist followed by a fat pension doesn't cut it.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: MDConservative 8/6/2022 9:36:53 AM (No. 1239646)
FTA: "If Republicans repeatedly refuse to vet and vote against radical nominees, the possibility of true accountability is eliminated and our institutions will become even more corrupt." Ms Boyd leaves out a piece: Wray would not have been confirmed if not nominated by the President of the United States. And who might that have been? Ummm...PDT?
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Strike3 8/6/2022 9:45:22 AM (No. 1239651)
Democrats are only interested in justice for far-right, domestic terrorist, deplorables. Their own kind get a free pass from everything. The top leadership of the FIB is part of the Swamp.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: rightdog 8/6/2022 10:00:52 AM (No. 1239666)
Wray was one among several people that Trump appointed based on his advisers' input, not knowing the candidate personally. He is no better than Comey, just a lot slicker. If Trump runs and is re-elected, he will not be burned again. Fire everyone working at the WH and start over. He was subverted at every turn last term.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: DVC 8/6/2022 10:51:00 AM (No. 1239743)
Blame the rotten Chris Christie, Deep State RINO, for advising Trump to select corruptocrat Deep State crook Wray. Unfortunately, a huge swath of "Republicans" are actually RINOs and will vote with the Dems when it is crucial to have party unity.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: earlybird 8/6/2022 10:54:09 AM (No. 1239747)
Yes. As for Trump’s appointing him, unless cronyism is involved (and PDJT had no cronies) names are suggested to the president. It is up to those who do so to know the person is right for the job and others in the Executive should be vetting them. When those around a president want him to fail, these “suggested” appointees could be one way to go.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Italiano 8/6/2022 10:59:59 AM (No. 1239754)
The fix was in from the beginning, and still is.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Geoman 8/6/2022 11:43:28 AM (No. 1239788)
I suppose we can assume that being a total outsider to government and governing has its drawbacks. Conversely, being an effective five-star admiral or general, as we had a handful of in WWII, does not translate into effectiveness as CEOs of large corporations. That is why the "great man" or "great person" theory of leadership often breaks down in practical application, supporting the situational theories of effective leadership. For example, Ulysses Grant, was hugely successful in leading the Union to victory in the Civil War but was a pretty miserable businessman and not a very effective president. Leadership scholars Warren Bennis and John Gardner have pointed out that while some leadership skills are truly fungible, one's effectiveness is often situational. Vince Lombardi or Bear Bryant, both enshrined as a very effective head football coaches, may not have carved similar legacies as the CEOs of General Motors or AT&T. There are examples in history of leaders whose skills and effectiveness crossed several domains, the George Washington and Abe Lincoln types are extremely rare and certainly aren't the rule.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: PrayerWarrior 8/6/2022 12:05:57 PM (No. 1239810)
Here's a reason why the Republicans (.forget the demonrats, they are lost) won't root out the corrupt bureaucrats is.... ta dah! the Republicans are COWARDS! Afraid of retaliation, afraid of lost of income, lost of support, on and on...they are cowards, afraid to stand up for the Truth! Justice! and the American Way! In essence, they are traitors to our Founding Fathers, who fought and died for our Country and for our Constitution.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Flyball Dogs 8/6/2022 12:47:00 PM (No. 1239847)
I disagree: I do t think Republicans are cowards. I think they are members of the Uniparty, and put on the robes of an “R” (or, more effectively, a “Conservative”) on occasion when it suits them, or they need something — like votes. As to nominating Wray et al, I posit again that the list of people who are trustworthy and who PDJT could rely on in his next term has about 4-5 names. If he is re-elected, it will be a monumental challenge to begin Swamp draining.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: stablemoney 8/6/2022 1:24:16 PM (No. 1239873)
Republicans need to push a bill to term limit unelected bureaucrats. There are always going to be hiring mistakes. There needs to be a way to correct it.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: rochow 8/6/2022 5:52:46 PM (No. 1240040)
Republicans talk, that's it, talk. That is about it, talk. Wake me if they ever do something. When Wray was appointed, someone must have suggested the name of this garden gnome to Trump. Does anyone know who that was? Because even during his confirmation hearing this corrupt little weasel was obvious in his Trump dislike. So, how and why would Trump even bother to nominate him?
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Reply 14 - Posted by: anniebc 8/6/2022 6:34:56 PM (No. 1240058)
We don't even hold them accountable anymore after they commit crimes while in their positions. Instead, crime pays for America-hating leftists.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Patchy Groundfog 8/7/2022 8:36:34 AM (No. 1240412)
#12 arrives at the crucial point: these are legislators. Not police, not FBI, not DOJ, not prosecutors. Their investigations are a hiding to nothing since they lack prosecutorial powers. 'Referrals' are weak tea especially when the AG is of the opposition party. The DOJ may have followed the political winds through the years but under Obama/Holder/Lynch they became the Thought Police. Endless hearings full of pedantic, hectoring questions and longwinded speeches are little more than theatre, especially when the 'honorable members' are simply reading lines from a prompter (as the Jan 6 panel are doing). They also provide a convenient excuse to be anywhere but the floor of the Senate or House ie doing their actual jobs. The more these star chambers and kangaroo courts are convened, the more they become part of the political landscape. It's North Korea stuff.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Jebediah 8/7/2022 9:49:04 AM (No. 1240497)
Two things: Republicans (like Lindsey Graham et al.) still believe in a "gentleman's agreement "where you vote for whomever the Party (Democratic in this case) puts forth; Democrats NEVER feel this gentlemanly! Second: Trump skunked us when his anger at Kemp etc. lost us the Ga senators and we are at the will of the majority: Democrats. So how DO we curtail a candidate who is questionable? We haven't the votes. I voted for Trump twice and contributed to his campaign but can't get over fellow Republicans who allow him, with their unquestioned cheers, to STILL go on about that lost election. That will lose us some Republicans and most Independents Trump has so many excellent things to run on and he negates them completely with this business about an election that is OVER! If he wants to do something about it, pass laws so it can never happen again, and that will only happen if we have a Republican win big time in November. And we won't have that, it will fritter away, as long as he harps on 2020 and is thrilled by die hards who would vote for him, cheer for him, no matter what. He does NOT walk on water even if he is my candidate of choice, his constant harping on revenge will sink us. I FULLY expect him, if he does not win the Primary, and there WILL be a primary, to start his own Bull Moose (look it up!) party and sink us!!!!!!!!!! What is the line: we will not die because of attacks from the outside. We will die as a country by suicide! And Trump's need for revenge will hand us that.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: Zigrid 8/7/2022 10:00:29 AM (No. 1240508)
I remember President Trump saying the Washington swamp is worst than WE had imagined...and here's amble proof of that...Wray is making a mess of our constitution and pocketing the payoffs from soros will take years to undo the damage that Obama did by weaponizing the FBI and CIA...and the other alphabet groups...but...let's get started....
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Trump'sCousin 8/7/2022 3:37:53 PM (No. 1240813)
The French Aristocracy didn't see it coming. Time to wheel out Madame Guillotine, dust her off, oil her up and LET HER RIP! It's the only way. The ONLY way. I want to see heads bouncing like basketballs down the capital steps. HAD ENOUGH YET AMERICA? VIVA LA REVOLUTION!
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Trump'sCousin 8/7/2022 3:39:39 PM (No. 1240816)
#3 perhaps President Trump nominated him so he could expose him.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Deborah Grannet 8/7/2022 11:18:31 PM (No. 1241085)
Oh really #s 3 and 16, give it a rest. Yes, #3, if only Trump had had you to advise him on all his personnel picks... but alas he didn't. And #16, you have absolutely no way of knowing if Trump was the cause of losing the Senate seat in Georgia, so... hum a new tune please.
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