Former Congressman Ron Paul has always been speaking truth when it comes to government corruption. Over three decades ago, Paul explained why the FBI is not necessary and appears to be almost entirely used against the American people.
“It ‘almost’ looks like the FBI was designed to spy on Americans who might be disagreeing with policy, especially the foreign policy,” he said.
He acknowledged that not all the FBI does is harmful, that there are cases in which the FBI actually did its stated job to fight crime at the national level, but he also said that these investigations and arrests could be handled with cooperation between the states and the Department of Justice.
It’s becoming increasingly clear that what Ron Paul warned about in 1988 is absolutely true today. Things have gotten worse. This is a political organization, the enforcement wing of a federal government that doesn’t like to be questioned.
It’s far worse than that. They’re not just overstepping in defense of policy, they’re trying to set policy both foreign and domestic, targeting any who disagree, up to and including targeting a duly elected President of the United States. At this point, the unelected permanent bureaucracy is basically ruling the country with impunity, mostly according to its own interests. I don’t know what sort of system that’s called, but it is neither a republic, nor a democracy, nor any sort of combination thereof.
And Paul was correct to include the CIA. Nowadays DHS is probably in on it too, as is all of Five-Eyes. The CIA went way off track in the 50s and 60s with drugs, porn, propaganda, the occult, and all manner of wickedness, and it has gone downhill ever since. It should’ve been disbanded after WWII, as law at the time required. It has done far more to destroy this country than it ever did to defend it.