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FBI Director's Hypocritical Speech About Bribery

June 2. 2009

Fuehrer Robert Mueller looking as clueless as always

FBI Director Robert Mueller gave a speech to the Economic Club in New York today, which is puzzling, as he knows nothing about economics.

I previously wrote about Mueller squandering a billion dollars in taxpayer money on the FBI's failed computer system, with much of the funds unaccounted for, in a manner that suggests impropriety.

He routinely discriminates against people of color, who have spoken out publicly about his racist misconduct. He also looked the other way to the terrible financial crimes of well-known miscreants such as R. Allen Stanford and Madonna, who they've both had under investigation for years.

Yet, he had the nerve to lecture the crowd today, regarding the misappropriation of stimulus money, announcing an FBI initiative to combat it. Teapot calling the kettle black.

 

The most hilarious line of his speech occurred when he uttered the words, "These funds are inherently vulnerable to bribery, fraud, conflicts of interest and collusion. There is an old adage, that where there is money to be made, fraud is not far behind, like bees to honey," Mueller told an afternoon gathering of business executives." All things you've done, then.

He who is corrupt and has taken a bribe is not fit to lock up others who have as well. You are guilty of all the aforementioned things you just hypocritically decried.

In closing, I'd like to ask a question. Why do you always look so jumpy and suspicious in your photos - scared some terrible news might leak out about the crimes you've been committing:

          

FBI Director Anticipates New Crime Wave Of Financial Fraud

JUNE 2, 2009, 5:12 P.M. ET - The Federal Bureau of Investigation is braced for a potential crime wave involving fraud and corruption related to bank bailout money and the economic stimulus package, FBI director Robert Mueller warned Tuesday.

"These funds are inherently vulnerable to bribery, fraud, conflicts of interest and collusion. There is an old adage, that where there is money to be made, fraud is not far behind, like bees to honey," Mueller told an afternoon gathering of business executives.

http://online.wsj.com

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