Dismantle the spider web

We began the day with Clarice: “Since almost 80% of the city are Democratic voters, often employed by the government or are connected to law enforcement or have family members who are, the ability to expeditiously find panels in criminal cases is limited. Worse yet, the chance of an unbiased panel in a case involving Republican figures is minimal. If you think this puts Republican figures at far greater risk than Democrats, you are certainly not wrong.”

The largest US company that makes and delivers products is Exxon, with $300 billion in revenue and 70 thousand employees. By contrast, the US government has a $4 trillion annual budget and employs 3 million employees – it’s 13x Exxons with a zillion more employees. The Deep State is surely Deep. There is certainly a strong argument for moving HQ’s of many government departments away from the spider web.

Bonus: J.B. Shurk at AT has an interesting piece on the prior administration. Ewww.

One Response to “Dismantle the spider web”

  1. Bosun Says:

    Well not to be negative, but didn’t JFK once say something to the effect he would like to smash the CIA into a thousand pieces? Along those lines was it JFK and RFK that were going to retire Hoover and Colson? This malaise has very deep roots, no pun intended.

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