AG メリック ガーランド: 最初, 私は個人的に、この件で捜索令状を求める決定を承認しました. 2番, 部門はそのような決定を軽視しません. 可能であれば, それは標準的な慣習です, to seek less intrusive means as an alternative to a search and to narrowly scope any search that is undertaken. Third… I will not stand by silently when their integrity is unfairly attacked. The men and women of the FBI and the Justice Department are dedicated, patriotic public servants.
上手, he doesn’t look guilty at all. I haven’t seen a more sheepish face since I woke up next to that ram. ああ, probably unnecessary. And he says they had to do it this way because, 上手, he never did say why. Just that they had to do it this way because they had to do it that way. That’s what’s called circular —-. And you need a circular saw to cut through it. はい, 蜂蜜, I slept with that stripper because I couldn’t not sleep with that stripper. ええ. As a former stripper, that makes no sense. And then he played the victim saying that the FBI agents are patriotic servants, so lay off, or they’ll kidnap Gretchen Whitmer.
J. Edgar Hoover would be proud of the abuse of power and the penchant for cross-dressing. というのは, why were they in Melania’s closet? But let’s face it, 冗談です. He is right, 99.99% of them are patriotic servants. But if you are taking the servant part too literally, there’s a fine line between servants and yes men. Like the COVID vaccines, they’re supposed to be better. And forgive us if we’re a little wary, especially when you put threat tags on angry parents at board meetings based on a Garland memo. ええと, 突然 parents became a terrorist group when the only harmful thing they do is ask you to friend them on Facebook. Just say no, because then they’ll want more. But just like that, 民主党は法執行機関の批判に突然反対している.
MSNBC: They’re putting targets on the back of FBI agents.
MSNBC: You don’t have to suggest that they are.
MSNBC: That they’re planting evidence. Don’t call them wolves.
MSNBC: You don’t know anything.
MSNBC: That are going to devour the American people.
CNN: Republicans have come out and condemned this, said this is banana republic kind of nonsense demonizing law enforcement in the FBI.
CNN: Republicans who are, as they complain about the weaponization of the DOJ and the FBI are in a way weaponizing that rhetoric.
They look miserable. I wish they were like this, でも, 間に years of rioting and defunding when the cops really needed them. We were there the whole time and we still are. But then they went Charlie Chaplin when rioters towards cities, when Supreme Court justices were getting doxxed. Some nut tried to murder Brett Kavanaugh. Where was Garland? Dozens of crisis pregnancy centers are attacked and Garland has no leads. Ruth Bader Ginsburg did more than Garland, and she’s dead. And the press were so quiet on CNN, you can hear Stelter’s stomach growling. ああ, it’s so cute around feeding time. He can catch like a sardine in his mouth.
でも、はい, we criticize the FBI because we criticize every one. It’s the one thing I have to credit the IRS for. 私たちはずっと —- on them since the late 1800s, 正しい, back when Pelosi was just a high school cheerleader. ひどい. And Biden had just received his AARP card, but they never complained. The IRS just assumed that’s part of the deal. Same thing with lawyers, and chiropractors, and DMV workers, field goal kickers and guys named Chad. But sure, complain to a Fox News employee about harsh criticism. Do you see what we go through?
I get more death threats than anyone and only half of them I deserve. But this is just a ruse to silence you. わかった. It’s like when I told Jesse Watters that mace was breath spray. 事実は, if you didn’t criticize anything for fear you’ll trigger some nut bag because you will, then we’d all be silenced. All heckling at sporting events must stop, we’d have to shut down Real Housewives. It will become compulsory to say, I love the DMV, but the only people, there’s only, the only people you shouldn’t criticize are cooks at diners, 正しい? People who send back their meal hoping it’s going to come back better. ええ, that never does. It never does unless you appreciate a secret sauce. I’ll leave it to your imagination.
But it’s weird how the raid is called an unprecedented action, but then it’s called a search, that’s no big deal, how can that be? Joe Scarborough actually said that legal channels must be used to go after angry people on cable news. Is he so stupid that he forgets he’s on cable news and corners the market in anger? ええ, he is that stupid? At least Biden has dementia, what’s his excuse? If TV pundits who say outrageous things are criminals say hello to Bonnie and —- Clyde. By his own reasoning, he and the wife should serve life sentences, although that would be cruel and unusual punishment for the guards.
So you notice there’s a pattern to every story involving Trump, または, そのことについては, anyone the media despises. 最初, this story breaks, and the facts are never true. Trump says you should drink bleach. Trump says there are fine people who are Nazis. 我が神よ, インクルード border patrol are whipping migrants. And then the freaks come out and say, この国を貧しくしている, the walls are closing in. This looks like it’s worse than Watergate. そして, ええと, this could be the thing that really takes him down.
CNN: そして, ええと, this could be the thing that really takes him down.
I just look at him and I think, turd, だが, but I’m not going to say it. I’m not going to say.
TYRUS: Good for you. You didn’t say it.
I didn’t say it this time.
TYRUS: He does not look like a turd on a shelf.
He does not look like a turd.
TYRUS: Not even a little bit.
丁度. Not even close. But then the truth comes out, and it isn’t what the media wants. So they turn their angry gaze to you, you become the threat. It’s like when a crime is being committed on the street, the cop tackles the bad guy, he has to get physical to subdue him, but that’s when the people with the phones turn up. Now the crime that started it all isn’t that important anymore, it’s not the crime anyway, it’s the backlash. They did this with Russian collusion. If you were skeptical, then you were a traitor. それはアメリカでは良いことであり、私たちが奨励すべきだと思います? Not the people who lied to frame the president. They did this with Hunter’s laptop. If you talked about it, you were guilty of misinformation, not the people who pretended it was fake to rig an election. That’s the trend. When the real story defies media manipulation, they make you the story instead. Which is what happens now. But hey, it is still early. I have no idea what the hell is going on.
And what if it turns out to be nothing? What if it’s not really about nukes, but something bland like pages from Dana’s diary. Then I fed the dog. I put on my Little Pony pajamas. I wrote a fan letter to Garth Brooks, and then I went to bed. Not a bad life. So how bad would Garland look now? I’d say he’s making a mountain out of a molehill. But it’s more like making a Tyrus out of a Gutfeld. ええ. Seriously if they don’t undercover a homemade movie of Donald banging every member of Menudo at a nuclear testing site. This would be the biggest bust since CNN Plus. And it’s hard to top CNN plus.