Washington, DC is a corrupt bubble of centralized power, and it is time for the American people that the bubble explode.
It appears that Metro DC and the surrounding suburbs have become a villainous hive of criminals who take our tax dollars as government dependents and spend their days doing nothing but devising traps and snares to destroy our lives and families.
Since the same mobsters have weaponized the government to even persecute President Donald J. Trump and reached the pinnacle of insanity with the politicization of law enforcement, many people believe it is time to clean up this disaster.
At least one ‘congress-critter’ agrees that Lady Justice needs to be taken up and dusted off. Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, US Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), agrees with the majority of Americans who want to move government agencies out of Washington, DC.
Mike LaChance, a journalist, reported on Jordan’s most recent actions, stating that Jordan “supports the notion of relocating the FBI from Washington, D.C. to another part of the country that they are intended to serve. Alabama was suggested as a possibility.”
“In addition to a change in numerous leadership roles, this would be great for the bureau and could even save it from itself. The FBI has become way too involved in Beltway politics, which really should be none of its concern unless a federal crime has been committed. Jordan is onto something here,” LaChance wrote, adding a citation from Just The News:
“As House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, continues to blast the FBI and Department of Justice over alleged politicization of the justice system and law enforcement, he is eyeing a major move to separate the bureau from the intrigue of the nation’s capital.
In an effort to depoliticize the bureau, he has thrown his support behind an effort to relocate the FBI headquarters, citing existing facilities in Huntsville, Ala., he wrote in a Tuesday letter to the House Appropriations Committee, recommending that the House use its “power of the purse” to advance key reforms. The bureau is presently seeking to relocate to the suburbs, according to Just The News, which also reported Jordan’s comments.
“The Committee remains concerned about the politicization of federal law enforcement power emanating from FBI Headquarters in Washington, D.C.,” he wrote. “The centralization of FBI operations in the National Capitol Region has led to duplication of activity best left to the respective field offices, contributed to reduced autonomy in local field offices, and allowed improper political influence to taint law enforcement investigations and activity.”
Here is the complete transcript of Jordan’s opening remarks from Wednesday’s hearing, in which he described Washington, D.C. as a third-world hellhole:
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Eight days ago, on July Fourth in the Western District of Louisiana, the court found that the federal government suppressed Americans’ First Amendment free speech rights. In his conclusion on page 154, the court said this, the judge said this, “Plaintiffs are likely to succeed on the merits in establishing that the government has used its power to silence the opposition. Opposition to COVID-19 vaccines, opposition to COVID-19 masks and lockdowns, opposition to the lab leak theory of COVID-19, opposition to the validity of the 2020 election, opposition to President Biden’s policies, statements that the Hunter Biden laptop was true, and opposition to policies of the government officials in power. All were suppressed. It is quite telling that each example or category of suppressed speech was conservative in nature.” CONTINUE READING…