6. STEAM KETTLE DAYS – Avoiding Besmirchment
Besmirch (applied to reputations) : to sully; to tarnish; to smear; to dirty; to corrupt
To follow up on the last posting about those who are moving “onward and upward,” shedding truth and reality along the way, there are those who step up by stepping on other people — by The Politics Of Personal Destruction: “eliminating” them or by besmirching reputations or by criminalizing them in some way.
Attorneys. The White House Travel Agency. The I.R.S. The Media. Congressional Investigations. DoJ. DEA. (et cetera)
I had asked a while ago if we knew of any department, bureau, agency, or organization of our government that has not been corrupted by the activities of H.er R.oyal C.lintoness Crime and Corruption Clan.
It’s so sad to hear the chaos in the FBI and the tarnishing of their reputation once the topmost officials began to act “politically.” It’s quite possible that even the top people haven’t become politically corrupted so much as politically intimidated, and then came off looking weak and directionless. That too is activity not worthy of the honorable FBI.
So it was not a surprise to read today that the New York City Police Department is wanting to avoid the appearance of cover-ups and corruption, and instead of looking the other way when evidence is mounting against Clinton and her Clan, they have reported that they have evidence to build a case against, and to be able to indict, this group.
They want it to be known that they know what Clinton knows that the public does not know.
You will either hear about this from an entertainment-news media source – or you won’t, so I’ll just get to the bottom line and copy down some of the active, ongoing investigations they are doing – and where the investigations are leading.
They are leading to an astonishing list of actual charges, based on evidence, in the following areas:
Sex crimes with minors (children)
Pay to play through Clinton Foundation
Obstruction of justice
Other felony crimes
If the highly politicized FBI and the highly political Justice Department does not indict in these areas, the NYPD says they will file the charges themselves.
There used to be a fond nickname for city cops: Flatfoots! It’s because city cops walked the beat, their beat, they got to know the people in their neighborhood – at the cost of their own feet, which became . . . “flat.” Hard to run after crooks. Hard to keep walking around all day looking for crimes. Very hard to do their jobs.
Looks like the NYPD doesn’t want to get caught flatfooted here.