Antifa and the Armchair G-Men

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Lately I’ve heard a lot of people complaining that Attorney General Sessions is not doing his job because the Justice Department and FBI are not investigating Antifa.


How do you know they’re not?

I realize that social media has given us all this illusion that every one of us are armchair G-Men. We seem to have the idea that we can order the DOJ and FBI to do our bidding and keep us informed of every investigation under the sun.

But criminal investigations are best conducted outside of the court of public opinion.

It is the best way to avoid turning a genuine investigation into a politically-motivated circus.

And isn’t that exactly what Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch did? Those two politicized the Department of Justice to sway public opinion and to exact payback.

Let’s be honest here. Justice by popular opinion is not justice at all.

And I don’t know about you, but I don’t want Jeff Sessions to politicize the DOJ the way Holder and Lynch did.

The truth is, law enforcement is under no obligation to inform suspects that they are under investigation.

And if they don’t have to tell the suspect, why in Lucifer’s reach would they tell the armchair G-men on social media?

I guess my question to those who are complaining would be this.

Do you know with certainty that there is no investigation? Or are you just assuming there isn’t because nobody has held a press conference informing you?

And how successful could such an investigation be if the DOJ showed its hand?

Imagine if General Eisenhower went before microphones beforehand and announced that they were planning an invasion of Europe on June 6th. How successful would D-Day have been if Hitler had a heads up?

Let me give you a hypothetical.

Let’s say the FBI believes there is a large cache of weapons and explosives at a house.

So they go before the media and announce a week ahead of time that they are working on getting a warrant to search that house.

What do you suppose the people in that house will do?

Well, they’d get the weapons and explosives the hell out of there. So by the time the Feds showed up, there’d be nothing to find.

Sometimes you have play things close to the vest.

Especially when your target is being bankrolled by a man with more money than most sovereign nations.

Let’s face it.

With George Soros in the mix, any investigation is going to be tricky.

So how smart would it be to give him a heads up that his financial support of a domestic terror organization is being investigated?

And we already know Soros is willing to throw millions at Antifa. So what possible benefit would there be to announcing that the organization is under a microscope?

It takes time to gather evidence that will hold up in a court of law.

And the more bullet-proof the case is, the better the chances of conviction.

I realize that social media and easy access to information has left us with this sense that we are entitled to know everything.

But we aren’t.

Armchair G-men aren’t the ones tasked with upholding the law.

So let’s just chillax and trust that the coordinated violence of Antifa is not going unnoticed by those who actually are.

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6 thoughts on “Antifa and the Armchair G-Men

  • August 28, 2017 at 1:23 pm

    Typed out a comment, got shot out, won’t try again. Don’t have time.

  • August 28, 2017 at 6:39 pm

    Spot on. It takes time for the Undercovers to sufficiently infiltrate their cells.

  • August 28, 2017 at 9:33 pm


  • August 28, 2017 at 9:33 pm

    Yeah. Like what happened to Littlefinger. It was all on the downlow until they called his name in court!

  • August 28, 2017 at 9:59 pm

    Not to mention the many leaks and leakers already in the “deep state.”

  • August 28, 2017 at 10:24 pm

    FYI: Gen Eisenhower did “go public” about an invasion before it happened. He had reached the annoyance threshold with all the press constantly asking him for a story (everything was so censored in the wartime theater of operations) that one day he obliged them. He assembled all the war correspondents into his briefing room. On the wall in front of them was a large curtain. Ike told them they were going to get the story of their lives and with that he pulled open the curtain. On the wall was a map of Sicily showing the invasion routes, force deployments, the whole nine-yards. He told them that the next morning the Allies were invading Sicily, but if the newsmen reported the story many thousands of Allied soldiers would die because of it. With the story of their lives in front of them, NO ONE reported the story.

    Fast forward to today and CNN, Fox, the networks would have their cameras on the beach, talking heads would be explaining why it was a bad plan, the enemy would be interviewed for their perspective on the impending invasion, Gore and DiCaprio would claim it would adversely aggravate climate change, and Maxine Waters would be demanding impeachment. Oh, how far we have sunk.

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