Peter Brimelow Tweeted this link to the Gatestone Institute's The FBI, Militias, Truth and Comey's Legacy, by Chris Farrell,October 15, 2020
With this comment:
See our coverage of the so-called Hutaree Militia (local patriots in Michigan.)
When Chuck Baldwin wrote Update On The Hutaree Hullabaloo (Remember The Hutaree Hullabaloo?) in May, 2010, we included this Peter Brimelow comment
[VDARE.COM Note: Peter Brimelow's comment on the Hutaree arrests [March 30, 2010] was this:
"I'm now old and scarred enough to say openly what as an MSM editor I would merely have cunningly proposed as an interesting hypothesis to some energetic young reporter: I don't believe it. I don't believe that any group of white blue collar workers would naturally want to attack the local police, another blue collar group.
"I think, as Richard Hoste has argued, that it's far more likely to turn out to be a case of entrapment by some ambitious prosecutor trying to please his/her political masters."]
See also Hutaree Militiamen Cleared In Court and Left: Get The Tea Partiers—Keep Up The Skeer!, by Peter Brimelow.
The Gatestone Institute, above, asks
Is it possible that the militia story [about planning to kidnap the governor of Michigan] is another contrived, anti-Trump, smear job by elements within the FBI?...
The FBI's reputation has been destroyed through blatant politicization. Here are the corrupt political police: Comey, McCabe, Strzok, Page, Clinesmith, Pientka, Brower, Baker, et al. That is a collection of various dirty cops, oath-breakers, coup-plotters, and persons "lacking candor" in FBI parlance.
Of course, the presumption of innocence is foundational to our system of justice. Comey's living legacy, and the permanent institutional stain on the FBI more generally, is that we cannot take the Bureau's claims as truthful. We used to give due credence to sworn Special Agents of the FBI. No more.
And now Angelo Codevilla, who was on the inside of the National Security Establishment for years, writes
During the eight years I spent supervising the intelligence agencies for the Senate Intelligence Committee, I watched as what had been a clerisy of strait-laced guardians of truth and justice was becoming a bunch of lazy bureaucrats eager to serve the ruling class’ prejudices.
No longer doing the hard and dangerous work of investigating deeply connected criminals and subversives such as the Mafia and well-financed, politically supported subversives, the FBI limited its vision to politically correct “profiles,” and started chasing small fry. Easy targets, defended by no one. What’s not to like?
After 9/11, the FBI spent few years going after very petty Islamists while covering its collective eyes to the work of major sources of trouble, such as the Muslim Brotherhood, the Palestinian Authority, and Saudi Arabia—each beloved by parts of the ruling class. But before and after this period, these profiles more often than not pointed to the ruling class’ favorite enemy: fellow Americans “excessively concerned with their liberties.”
The FBI’s method? Place agents among the target group, stoke their sentiments, and lead them to say or do something that could be characterized as a crime, then arrest them and claim credit for foiling a plot. In intelligence lingo, that is provocation. In legal terms, it’s entrapment. By whatever name, this is the work of cheap, dirty cops.
Your FBI Will Entrap You, American Greatness, October 15, 2020
If you hear that the FBI has announced some plot, it's usually a plot they created themselves.