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No Political Bias



James Comey as Director, FBI. He and his entire agency are suffused with political bias today.

Hello, this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. Today I will be talking about the recent 568 page report by the Department of Justice Office (DOJ) of the Inspector General entitled, “A Review of Various Actions by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice in Advance of the 2016 Election”. The report basically examined whether political bias affected the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s decisions regarding which investigations it undertook and how it chose to conduct those investigations. The report spent its 568 pages documenting instances of political bias one after another and then said that “the investigation did not find documentary or testimonial evidence that improper considerations, including political bias, directly affected the specific investigative decisions we reviewed.”

No political bias? YGTBK

It’s pretty clear from the evidence presented that the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified material was a sham or pretend investigation. As a column in the Wall Street Journal put it “the IG report is dripping with evidence of political bias. It’s just that it deploys the evidence like a troupe of players on the stage and then tells you that the burglary you just saw enacted might have been the innocent person out for a stroll.”

If the stakes weren’t so high we could just laugh all this off as a comedy of errors and one of those “move along folks there’s nothing to see here,” or perhaps “who are you going to believe, me or you’re lying eyes” moments. There is, however, a lot at risk, such as the future of the Republic, as well as corruption throughout the nation’s top law enforcement agency, and even the Department of Justice.

This document confirms some of our worst fears about what has been happening in the federal government over the last few years. It directly and very clearly exposes an attack on America and Americans by their own law enforcement and justice agencies. It essentially tells us that a coup was, and is, continuing to be attempted to thwart and subvert the decisions of the American people regarding who should govern them.

People in the FBI and at the highest levels of the Obama administration apparently believed not only that they were above the law, but that they would never be subject to examination or question. Why? Because there was zero chance that Donald Trump would be elected and they would do whatever it took to make sure that did not happen. Once Hillary Clinton was president the corruption could continue and they would be vindicated.

Clearing HRC ahead of time

The Chicago Tribune’s John Kass, in his column said,

The report crawls with bias. Deals were cut. Then Attorney General Loretta Lynch met on the tarmac with Bill Clinton. Hillary Clinton was shielded from a federal grand jury. Witnesses were allowed to sit with her during questioning. Comey had already decided to clear her before the investigation was complete.

Two sides to the corruption

There were apparently two sides to the corruption that is still ongoing. The anti-Trump bias which was clearly evident throughout the FBI and the entire intelligence community from top to bottom was the first side. John Brennan, head of CIA, James Clapper, head of the Office of National Intelligence, and James Comey at the FBI were at the top and it permeated down the line. These are people charged with protecting the United States from its enemies, foreign and domestic, but as it turned out they were, and are, the enemies we need to be protected from.

The second side involved the constant cheer-leading for Hillary Clinton throughout the chain of command ending ultimately with the President of the United States, Barack Obama. That means that Mrs. Clinton cannot be prosecuted because that would implicate President Obama and forever tarnish whatever is left of his legacy. Mrs. Clinton used her private server to hide her dealings on behalf of the Clinton Foundation from Congressional investigation while she was Secretary of State. She should have been prosecuted for that alone, but that would have destroyed her campaign and Obama along with it.

The Clinton e-mail server

Comey exonerated Clinton of her alleged espionage act violations and obstruction of justice accusations three months or so before the election, and just in time for her triumphant win, but then along came Anthony Weiner. The FBI and New York Police Department was investigating him for allegedly sending pictures of his genitals to little girls and on September 26, 2016, the New York office of the FBI took possession of his laptop and discovered it contained more than 140,000 Hillary Clinton emails. The information was immediately sent up the chain of command but Comey and other senior FBI officials chose to sit on it for three weeks.

Only when the New York police and FBI agents threatened to expose them did he send a weak letter to Congress reporting “additional emails that appear to be relevant to the investigation.” No Department of Justice warrant for the emails was issued and Comey asserted that he didn’t even know that Weiner was married to Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s personal assistant who traveled with her continually. The inspector general’s report didn’t buy any of this and lays it all out. Still the report says no political bias could be documented. Nothing to see here folks just move along.

Obama’s lies

President Obama claimed that he found out about the Clinton email server from the New York Times but the IG Report confirms that he lied about that to Congress and the American people. He exchanged at least 20 emails with Clinton on her private server, and, according to the report, Comey, Director of the FBI, covered it up by referring to Obama as a “senior government official.” It can’t happen here can it? This looks like some kind of third world banana Republic dictator in a funny suit kind of thing but nevertheless here it is.

Psychopathy in DC

I’ll try to give some explanation for all this by talking about another recent report that I believe to be relevant. This one is called “Psychopathy By State” by Ryan Murphy. Mr. Murphy surveyed samples from the lower 48 states and Washington D.C. to find the most personality traits corresponding to psychopathy. The personality traits are low neuroticism, high extraversion, low agreeableness, and low conscientiousness. The dictionary traits associated with the term psychopath are persistent anti-social behavior, impaired or low empathy and remorse, and dis-inhibited egotistical traits.

Mr. Murphy found that Washington D.C. has a level of these traits far higher than any other state. Surprise, more psychopaths live in D.C. than any place else in the country, and apparently a lot of them are buried in the woodwork of government. Moving down slightly the three highest psycho states below D.C. are Connecticut, California and New Jersey, again nothing surprising about that. The three states at the bottom meaning the least number of psychos were West Virginia, Vermont, and Tennessee. I am very grateful to live in a low density, for psychos, state like Tennessee.

Why D.C. though, why so many in D.C.? Psychos are drawn to power like flies to manure. Power corrupts both the mind and the morals and these people are drawn as if by magnets to it. People who are already corrupt seek out power for the exercise of their corruption. Mr. Murphy says that the presence of so many psychopaths in D.C. is consistent with the premise that psychopaths are likely to be effective in the political sphere.

Power corrupts

So power corrupts and that leaves government with an abundance of corrupt psychopaths. The corrupting influence is seductive. It pulls one deeper and deeper into its web until one, especially psychos, feel so powerful that the law is not for them, it’s for little people like us, and for all those Trump voters. Not everyone exposed to power is corrupted by it but those predisposed to corruption flock to it.

The all out, full court press to make government as big and powerful as possible plays right into the hands of the psychopathic power mad people who run government and its bureaucracies. Most people who do not fit into that category can understand that more centralization of power is not desirable. How can we live without the Federal Reserve, the FDA, the USDA, the SEC, and the FBI? Can we feel secure without them and how will we know what is or is not safe to eat? I think we would make it just fine and, as a matter of fact, it would be better for us to eradicate most, if not all, of those alphabet agencies.

Corrupt media

Now back to the Inspector General’s report as we come to a conclusion. Remember that it was the Washington Post and its reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein that brought down Richard Nixon. Their whole list of charges against Nixon seems rather quaint in light of what our psychopaths have done, but anyway it doesn’t matter today. Why not? Well, because according to the IG report, FBI agents often received free gifts from reporters which appear to be bribes for information. That’s right; these self-righteous reporters pay law enforcement officers, investigating the most sensitive cases, for information about those cases.

I can’t recall any more evil, terrifying people than those in this story. The really scary thing is that they are not actors; they’re real men and women. Robert Mueller, the man investigating the Trump-Russia fantasy cooked up by the real criminals reminds me of the villain-assassin of the movie Three Days of the Condor.

How will the people of this country ever retrieve their nation from these people and the sycophant media that enables them? That question is yet to be answered.

At least that’s the way I see it.

Until next time folks,

This is Darrell Castle.

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Darrell Castle is an attorney in Memphis, Tennessee, a former USMC Combat Officer and 2008 Vice Presidential nominee. Darrell gives his unique analysis of current national and international events from a historical and constitutional perspective. You can subscribe to Darrell's weekly podcast at

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