The FBI in Decline: Agent Bryce’s Opinion

By | August 17, 2022

[August 17, 2022]  As regular readers of my leadership know, a recently retired FBI senior agent has taken it upon himself to expose the corruption within this once great organization.  With the recent raid on former-President Trump’s home in Florida, Agent Delf A.  “Jelly” Bryce has been working diligently to provide an update to us.  We should all marvel at how well he has predicted the decline of the FBI.

I’m bringing back some of his more pertinent and thoughtful comments on the now decades-long slide of the FBI into one that purports to support and defend America but, in Agent Bryce’s view, does the opposite by helping our enemies harm America.

“America’s once premier law enforcement agency is so corrupt and confused about its duty to us that one wonders whether it makes sense to abolish the FBI and start over.”

Agent Bryce is forthright in his claims.  He has the experience and measured judgment we often see lacking in senior leaders of our day.  The politicization of the Department of Justice has been going on for more than a decade, and the trend has not been good for the ordinary citizen.

“My goal in life is to tell the American people about the massive corruption within the FBI.  This is a sad tale.  But I’m all in on my campaign to bring back equal justice for every citizen equally.”

A noble goal.  We wish him well.  If the FBI is not fixed, then Agent Bryce predicts that we will no longer have equal justice for all citizens but a “third-world type” justice department that applies its near unlimited power to destroy those who hold opposing political views that the FBI director.

Here are a few of his conclusions:

  1. The U.S. government weaponizes the FBI to go after those who most love liberty and the patriotic citizens of our great nation.
  2. The FBI, today, has a standard operating procedure of employing selective justice.
  3. Spying on innocent civilians, gun enthusiasts, Christians, patriots, and conservatives is a scandal that should be the focus of a Congressional investigation and the removal of those in the FBI involved in this activity.
  4. The FBI has become the enforcement arm of the Democrat Party.
  5. A solution to fix the horrendous problem is to remove those who led the FBI.
  6. People of America have lost their trust and confidence in the FBI.
  7. A political FBI is a great danger to every citizen.

Agent Bryce asks whether anyone with the courage to look behind the curtain and expose the deep corruption of the FBI.  It certainly will not be the media, which is as anti-American and pro-enemy as any group other than the FBI.

I highly recommend his articles which can be found on my blog.


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Author: Douglas R. Satterfield

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31 thoughts on “The FBI in Decline: Agent Bryce’s Opinion

  1. Kenny Foster

    The FBI, they continue to lose the trust and confidence of us Americans. And the trajectory of loss of trust continues downward. Lop off the top 25% of their leadership and start over.

    1. Bryan Z. Lee

      These are old solutions Kenny. The FBI needs a new leader that has the guts to make radical changes now and not wait for them to slowly leave. There needs to be a patriot test before you are hired.

  2. Wilson Cox

    Gen. Satterfield has given us something to think about. The peoples’ faith in our justice system is in radical decline. That is terribly bad for our nation. And it is the responsibility of our leaders to not allow that to happen. But when you use the justice system to act as a gestapo, then what else can you expect. The FBI specifically has become openly corrupt. So sad this has occured.

  3. ZB22

    Truly sad that the FBI has gone off the rails and started going after good citizens. It is the “process” of putting them thru the judicial system itself that is the punishment and then the lingering doubts of the accused. I’ve seen this used unfortunately many times in other organizations.

    1. Anya B.

      Indeed sad but we need to vote in members of Congress who are wiling to clean up the mess. right now they are doing just about nothing.

      1. osmodsann

        Amya, well said. They are doing nothing at all other than whining.

  4. Bryan Z. Lee

    Do not be surprised if the DOJ and FBI, etc. get WORSE before they get better. They think they are in charge of a bunch of pions. Well, just think how that will work out.

  5. osmodsann

    Gen. Satterfield, you run a wonderful and helpful blog with plenty of diverse articles. I found this one particularly helpful but also encouraging that there are folks out there who are willing to stand up and often stand alone in exposing corruption and ineptitude in any organization. The FBI is just the latest example. Keep up the great work you are doing.😊

        1. Big Al

          More than scary. We are becoming a third world nation with slo Joe Biden in charge.

  6. Harry Man

    The FBI agents must have had a lingerie fetish. They even rifled through Melania Trump’s closet, as if she might have been hiding top-secret documents in her hat box. When do we find out they also spent an hour sorting through her lingerie?

    1. Sadako Red

      Nothing symbolizes the decline of the American republic better than the weaponization of justice that we saw last week when the FBI raided the home of former President Trump. And nothing better represents the divide that now exists between Democrats and Republicans than the fact that some people still have faith in the FBI.

      1. Guns are Us

        Federal Intimidation Bureau, whose acronym would spell out FIB, as in the Big Lie. Thanks Red, great to have you on Gen. Satterfield’s blog today. We miss you and are huge fans, just like “Jelly.”

      2. Nancy

        Hi RED, thanks for being on Gen. Satterfield’s leadership website.

  7. Winston

    Too unfortunate the FBI, a once great organization, is so bad off.

  8. Tom Bushmaster

    I agree with Jose below that this whole thing about the FBI being corrupt to its core is SCARY. What is an ordinary citizen to do?

  9. Otto Z. Zuckermann

    Wow, very hard-hitting article. Thank you Agent Bryce for what you do for us.

    1. Max Foster

      Please Otto, you and I have been around a long time now, let’s continue to support those who do the difficult job of removing corruption for any group/team/organization, etc. Let’s all put our effort into first identifying corruption and then working within the system to fix those same problems. It takes exposure first and that is most important before a solution can be had. The FBI’s corruption is deep and now it is cultural. That is the hardest to remove but it can be done. I positive we can bring them around to being patriots again.

      1. Dead Pool Guy

        Max, thanks for your positive outlook but I’m not so happy or positive about the FBI. Republicans will take over the government in the next election. Let’s pray the healing begins.

      2. Janna Faulkner

        I agree but now I have to watch what I write on blogs like this because the FBI is looking for those who don’t follow the Woke politics they have ingrained into themselves.

  10. Kerry 6

    Gen. Satterfield, thanks for highlighting this on-going problem and the overall corruption of our judicial system. As you have written before, it is up to all of us to ferret out corruption and help put our institutions in proper order.

    1. Emma Archambeau

      Kerry, that is true but what can ordinary citizens do about it?

  11. Eye Cat

    FBI Agent Jelly Bryce had better protect himself or the FBI will be at his home sooner than he may think. I hope he is in contact with some of this friends still at the FBI and will alert him if they plan on a raid of his home.

  12. JT Patterson

    POWERFUL …. Thank God that there are brave agents out there like Mr. Bryce who are willing to step up and expose corruption within the FBI.

    1. Yusaf from Texas

      JT, as you know, you and I are long-time fans of this leadership blog and also of Agent Bryce. You nailed it with your comment. In the aftermath of the blatant use of judicial powers to go after a political opponent – the bias is dripping – we now have America’s new USSR.

      1. Fred Weber

        Just remember what happened to the USSR! Communism can only exist with corruption because it runs counter to human needs. American is based on not having corruption, but we do in the name of the FBI. That does not bode well for America.

      2. New Girl #1

        Good point, Yusaf. And your comment is well received. I too am shocked at the FBI’s corruption. It is not a recent phenomenon. It is history and problematic.


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