Branches all in bed to­gether

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - STEPHEN MOUNGELIS Mount Airy, Mary­land

The amount of hypocrisy at the high­est lev­els of the Jus­tice De­part­ment, CIA and FBI is alarm­ing. When we see it from the me­dia, it’s an ac­cept­able form of idiocy; We’ve grown to ex­pect the out­ra­geous na­ture of that lit­tle dream world. But when we have the Jus­tice, Leg­isla­tive and Ex­ec­u­tive branches in bed with each other, we end up with a new set of rules that turns the world up­side down.

The crim­i­nals are al­lowed to walk free while the in­no­cent are per­se­cuted.

The root of the prob­lem here is politi­ciz­ing the Jus­tice De­part­ment. The only so­lu­tion that de­vel­ops any form of nor­malcy re­quires cut­ting the snake off at the head.

Jus­tice, CIA and FBI need a house clean­ing from the top down. Everyone above a cer­tain grade must be re­moved from their po­si­tions and prop­erly vet­ted if they are ever al­lowed to re­turn. Here is where it gets sticky: It’s the FBI that does the vet­ting. I guess it’s time for a fourth branch of govern­ment. Per­haps the In­tegrity De­part­ment?

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