Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?

The NY Times reports that a senior FBI official responsible for part of the Russia Collusion Hoax investigation has pleaded guilty to colluding with Russians himself.

The former head of counterintelligence for the F.B.I. in New York pleaded guilty in federal court in Manhattan on Tuesday to a single reduced charge of conspiring to violate U.S. sanctions and laundering payments from a prominent Russian oligarch.

The plea by the former agent, Charles F. McGonigal, represented a remarkable turn for a man who once occupied one of the most sensitive and trusted positions in the American intelligence community, placing him among the highest-ranking F.B.I. officials ever to be convicted of a crime.


1 thought on “Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?

  1. Only after the charade has been revealed does a pretense of holding someone accountable take place.

    Just one guy being held accountable.

    All of the agencies, institutions, and media who promoted the charade to further their own political goals will never answer for their lies. They found someone else to blame it on. Just one guy. The lies served their purpose and are now no longer needed, so that guy is no longer needed. Onward to the next lie.

    Is everything in Washington D.C. just a structure of lies?

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