Given the strong likelihood of past treason in the DOJ, the first family should have military protection
Let’s cut through it — thanks to a FOIA request filed by Judicial Watch, we now see that the overwhelming likelihood is that the FBI has committed treason by conspiring to misuse its authority in betrayal of the Constitution by undermining the outcome of the last presidential election. But now its readily apparent that the DOJ is trying to cover-up its failed coup attempt.
Maybe because of the CIA’s success in covertly overthrowing so many foreign governments over the years, its famous but incompetent FBI little sibling thought that it could succeed at the same thing here at home. Regardless, I concur with Howie Carr that it is time to abolish the FBI both as it is today and in the form in which it has existed for decades.
However, no matter what President Trump chooses to do about these latest revelations, we’re all better off safe than sorry. Therefore I think that it’s advisable for him to break with tradition and replace, or at least augment, his secret service detail with special forces military personnel. Especially since the Secret Service has a long history of collaboration with the FBI and not to mention its very questionable record as of late in terms of effectiveness.
It’s also worth remembering that Robert Muller is a former FBI director and I think that given their traitorous behavior both he and his former bureau need to be reminded who commands the loyalty and firepower of this nation. In fact, I’ve been arguing for months that more special counsels are necessary, including one to investigate Muller and Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein. Perhaps a former JAG officer would be the right fit since no former federal prosecutor can be trusted.
To anyone who thinks this sounds extreme, I reiterate the extraordinary circumstances in which we find ourselves as the nation and highlight that the president already enjoys military protection whenever he travels aboard Air Force One, as do member of America’s diplomatic core at our embassies and consulates.
Of course, great care would need to be taken in the selection of the particular military personnel for this mission and on top of the obvious factors like training and experience suited to the role, each individual operator would need to be free from any outside influences which could impact their abilities, loyalty or raise questions later should force become necessary. Given everything that is going on, I’d feel a lot better if the president was surrounded by special operators — men of conscience and sacred commitment whose loyalty has never wavered — sworn to both carry out the lawful orders of their superiors (including the Commander-in-Chief) and to protect this nation from all threats — foreign and domestic. Wouldn’t you?