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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Trying to Help Out DOJ

Mandatory Bias Training


The US Department of Justice is preparing to institute mandatory bias training for all of its employees including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. 
(Fox News) More than 33,000 federal agents and prosecutors are set to get the training, which will begin in 2017, though Department of Homeland Security employees are exempt. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is scheduled to announce the program in Phoenix on Tuesday, a DOJ official told Reuters.
Lynch didn't call me and I feel left out. I'd be happy to step up and providing bias training to the entire DOJ. When it comes to bias against terrorists, criminals and low life people (dirt bags) in general, I think that I score very high on the index. Sharing that bias with others is something that I'm uniquely qualified to do. I also have friends (some follow this very blog) who are highly qualified to explain why Muslims need additional scrutiny and would be excellent judges of which Syrians to let in the country and which to keep out... 

In fact, since we know that the FBI is overwhelmed with the whole Hillary Clinton investigation, this same hand-picked group could also serve as a firing squad for the former SECSTATE once she's been convicted of treason. There are people who say that hanging is too good for her. I agree and am willing to donate the ammo for the squad to save the taxpayers the cost of a rope. That's who I am...a giver.

8 comments:

  1. That's very generous, LL. But who's making the $$$ out of this "training"?

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    1. Naturally my largess ends at handing out ten rounds of 7.62 ammo. We would be compensated for teaching appropriate bias - I mean, we're not communists! I have taught a lot for DOJ before, and was always paid. As you'd expect, that was pre-Obama.

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    2. I think I need a 7.62 (AR platform). For instruction purposes, obviously.

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    3. If you can demonstrate bias, I think that the Federal Govt. should buy it for you. For instruction purposes only.

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  2. I'm really surprised that the DOJ didn't mandate "sensitivity" training along with the bias training.

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    1. Their idea of bias training is sensitivity training.

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  3. Why, that is indeed very big of you, LL. No need to hand out 10 rounds, though. Even though that's the kind of guy you are, generous and all. Just one round of the 7.62mm will get the job done.

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    1. The idea of a "squad" is the drama of the event, and the message that it sends. It's good if the rounds pass through and leave marks on the wall beyond. Because when Swiftboat John and the rest of the curs have their turns there, they'll see the blasted masonry before they get that last cigarette.

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