John Good and his dire warning

John Good had written a letter to Comey back in March 16 of 2016 about the dangers of FBI reputation is on the line with their investigation into Hillary emails.

His letter was to offer support to Comey knowing the impact it would have on FBI.

Well it seems Comey and FBI failed miserably in that endeavor.

John Good wrote who happens to be president of the Long Island Chapter of the Society of Former Special Agents.

"Decisions must be made on facts alone. Much is at stake here – people’s trust in the Bureau for years to come, as well as the Bureau’s reputation among our allies, partners, and friends as the greatest law enforcement agency in the world,”

John Good must be extremely disappointed what has unfolded 2 plus years later.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/04/16/abscam-agents-to-fbi-chief-bureaus-reputation-on-line-in-clinton-probe.html?intcmp=hpbt2

Here is letter by Good to Comey

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/04/15/letter-from-long-island-chapter-society-former-special-agents-fbi.html

And? That all was over 2 years ago.

Can you show us how John Good feels today?

No, nobody can, not even Conan, since he is dead.

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His concerns were spot on…and FBI reputation is in shambles and can’t be trusted to uphold our laws.

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There’s a big problem with Good’s letter. In a world where facts don’t really matter anymore, deciding a case based solely on the facts does not inherently protect the reputation of the FBI because that’s simply not what some people want.

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Their reputation would be better if people stopped making up allegations against them.

I see your typical forum lib is blaming FBI failure to uphold our laws on “We the People”.

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When it comes to upholding the laws, the FBI doesn’t care what you think. They shouldn’t. It isn’t their job to satisfy your grievance with a politician. If it were you under investigation, I’d want the same treatment for you.

You have no idea what John Good’s opinion on the matter today would be. I suspect if he were alive, you and the horde of jackals would be trashing and bashing him. Because that is exactly what you people do.

Seems like couple forum libs got their panties all tied in knots.

The fact is American people lost all trust in FBI, they are now viewed by majority of Americans to be political bias. Now of course libs will disagree since it favors them.

John Good dire warning came true.

They are not gods. Obama worked on the reputation of the infallibility of local police. Now the FBI is in the same place. Both are made up of people.

And since their leaders are appointed we need to be especially careful when they are investigating politicians…especially when those are running for or likely to run for President.

“One more thing: she might be our next president,” Page texted Strzok on Feb. 25, 2016, in the midst of the presidential campaign, in reference to Clinton.

No, they don’t care what Conan thinks.

Seems Good’s specialty was selecting and developing informants. FBI informants. To spy on crooked politicians. Ironic. Conan and the goobers would be trashing this agent today.

I believe the corruption runs lot deeper then we think. It’s not like the top echelon is doing the redaction but those on floor beneath em.

If Session wasn’t eunuch he should walk into Hoover building and fire everyone on top two floors. Then go down to 4th floor and tell everyone to back their bags…and follow him to 7th floor.

Meanwhile bring in outsiders from Midwest field offices to help em.

John Good’s specialty was recruiting and developing FBI informants. To investigate politicians.

What is Halper’s specialty?

Yes, its deeper than the appointed top echelon.
After all, Strzok isn’t a Presidential appointee. He, as we all know, was fired from Muellers team and relegated to personnel. But before Mueller, nobody seemed to notice his biases, or maybe they did…anyway he was put in charge in the team investigating Hillary’s emails.

Yes the Clintons said the same thing in the 90s during whitewater…or did you think your routine was something new?

Being the FBI informant.