Ex-FBI agent discusses threats to agency since raid on Trump’s home


Frank Motoya Jr.:

Yes.

So it’s a really terrible side effect of all this nonsensical rhetoric, that people are questioning the very reasons the FBI exists. It’s not just about questioning their honesty and integrity, but their reason for existing.

And there was a time when most Americans, a lot of Americans, viewed the rule of law and viewed the Constitution as something worth abiding by, as something that could be abided by. And, right now, with all this negative language going around, all this negative rhetoric is causing even normal, ordinary people, my neighbors, to question whether or not the FBI is doing what it’s supposed to be doing, instead of act like a dishonest agency.

And the thing is, nothing could be further from the truth about that rogue nature, about the adjectives and words and descriptions the former president uses to describe some really good people, who are like your neighbors, your – the the people who live in your community, whose children attend your schools, where they just do their jobs, react to the circumstances of our current environment and do it in the best possible way, while taking care of themselves and, more importantly, their friends and families.


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