The FBI in Decline: ‘the Untouchables’

By | January 9, 2022

[January 9, 2022]  The FBI enjoys the reputation of a legion of good Samaritans.  Countless movies and shows glorify the agency and highlight its crusade to protect justice in the United States.  Despite all this, the FBI’s corruption runs rampant, and its leaders are not held to account.  Despite the corruption, I believe the people of America are finally starting to wake up about this scandal-ridden, immoral, and dishonorable government bureaucracy.  The U.S. government weaponizes the FBI to go after those who most love liberty and the patriotic citizens of our great nation.  If this doesn’t scare you, nothing will.  The FBI considers themselves the untouchables.  How sad, yet how predictable is it?

The biggest problems of the FBI are not being fixed but, under its current director Chris Wray (10-year term ends in 2027), corruption is both reinforced and encouraged.  The FBI, today, has a standard operating procedure of employing selective justice.  Some people are “too big politically” to prosecute for their crimes, while you and I come directly under their scrutiny.  Others have effectively paid off the bigwigs in the FBI to look the other way, squash investigations, and re-direct funds to ensure certain “people of value” are not troubled.  And, even if you are innocent and you fit their profile as a political dissident or whistleblower, they have you in their cross-hairs and will harass you, your family, and your employer.

We all know about the FBI’s illicit investigations of political opponents in the Donald Trump administration.  Irrespective of your political leanings, you must acknowledge that such behavior is unacceptable in a modern society based on principles established first under English Law.  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.  Sadly, that is not happening.  The FBI has a lot of dirty cops, and the outrage goes to the very top of the Bureau.

The FBI has become the enforcement arm of the Democrat Party.  I hate to say this, but we allowed this to happen.  It began with the rational idea that members of the FBI could be political as long as it didn’t hurt the way we at the Bureau did our business of going after the bad guys.  Freedom of association and freedom of speech; good ideals, but we allowed that to become a weapon to destroy those who recommended changes to shift the FBI away from political influence.  And, things are getting worse, not better, as the Agency continues to absorb more political-leaning agents with a green light to harass law-abiding citizens they don’t like.

A solution to fix the horrendous problem is to remove those who led the FBI.  It starts with removing the worst director ever in charge, Chris Wray.  Any U.S. President that doesn’t fire him, is guilty by association of this corrupt, selfish, attention-seeking man.  And because President Joe Biden is “on their side,” that is not going to happen anytime soon.  The Chinese Communist Party, at a staggering clip, now influences the FBI.  Joe Biden is allowing his Chinese corruption to support the FBI’s unofficial mission to support any political structure that doesn’t see China as a problem.

People of America have lost their trust and confidence in the FBI.  From lying to and misleading Congress, going after political opponents, accepting bribes, and allowing themselves to be used as a tool of one political party (and China), all of this means a major effort is necessary to turn this bureaucracy around.  America is a great nation.  However, we should be concerned about what destroyed past governments America was modeled on.  No matter what society it takes place in, corruption is a problem and must be combated at every opportunity.  The FBI is not the untouchables.  They need to be brought to heel by the American people.

Author: Delf A. "Jelly" Bryce

Biography: Delf A. “Jelly” Bryce is a recently-retired senior agent of the United States’ FBI. The name used here, however, is not his real name because what he tells us might be confidential in nature (although not classified). But since he is revealing information that can be embarrassing to the FBI, he does not want to be personally identified and to harm his friends still working there. What I am allowed to say is that Agent Bryce was born in Oklahoma and is an expert shot with his service pistol.

33 thoughts on “The FBI in Decline: ‘the Untouchables’

  1. Dale Paul Fox

    This is sad. And I’m disappointed and outraged at the same time that the FBI has become politicized. The whole point of these govt organizations is to remove themselves from poltiics. But stating with the past couple of FBI directors, Democrat Party hacks have been running them.

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  2. Doctor Jill

    The govt is in charge and they are responsible to us citizens. If we don’t hold the govt responsible, nothing will change.

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  3. Army Vet

    People of America have lost their trust and confidence in the FBI. Shame Shame Shame on the FBI.

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    1. Dennis Mathes

      That’s putting it mildly. What happened to our revered institutions. They’ve fallen off the moral cliff.

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  4. Jacket Company Man

    The great FBI had fallen to its lowest point ever with the American people. No one should be surprised. Thanks Jelly for you giving us some insight.

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  5. Rev. Michael Cain

    BTW, I love your thumbnail of this article. You look like one tough hombre. Jelly, keep these kind of articles coming our way. I’m a big fan of yours since the first article you published in Gen. Satterfield’s leadership blog. Oh, I also recommend his new book, ‘Our Longest Year in Iraq.’ You will appreciate the US military more by reading it.

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    1. Delf "Jelly" Bryce

      Thank you Rev M. Cain for the recommendation and to all who are my fans. Gen. Satterfield is a good man by allowing me to tell a story of our FBI’s decline.

      Reply
    1. Autistic Techie

      First, write to your US congressman. Even if you have a whacko Democrat Party operative as your representative (which means likely also corrupted), write them and tell them how disappointed you are in the FBI and their transgressions on Americans. Have some facts to back up your letter.

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    2. Yusaf from Texas

      Tell people about it. Most don’t know and sadly most don’t care.

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  6. Bryan Z. Lee

    “And because President Joe Biden is “on their side,” that is not going to happen anytime soon. The Chinese Communist Party, at a staggering clip, now influences the FBI. Joe Biden is allowing his Chinese corruption to support the FBI’s unofficial mission to support any political structure that doesn’t see China as a problem.” OUCH!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Stacey Borden

      I never knew and what have we read in the US media … crickets!

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      1. Dead Pool Guy

        No surprise there Stacey. They’ve been out to lunch for a long time now. Nothing will wake them up to reality any time soon. Don’t look to the media to do any thing that doesn’t involve money. Patriotism left them a long long time ago.

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  7. Tom Bushmaster

    Great article, big fan our yours Mr. Bryce. I’m happy you’re back on this leadership blog run by Gen. Satterfield.

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  8. Pooch T.

    —- and I will add that the CIA is right there with them, except their focus is on outside US forces. But they are being pulled back to the US to look at us in violation of US law. What’s PRes. Biden doing about it? Nothing because he is out to lunch all the time. As long as the CIA and FBI can be used as a weapon against citizens the radical leftists don’t like, the less likely anyone in a leadership position will make them change.

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    1. Willie Strumburger

      Joe Biden will do nothing. And, worse, VP Harris is actually worse than Biden (can you really be worse?).

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    2. Delf "Jelly" Bryce

      This is a problem that will take many years and great sacrifice to fix.

      Reply
  9. José Luis Rodriguez

    I think there are very few Americans who don’t believe the FBI is in decline. Nearly all of us have lost faith in those who wear the FBI logo. How far so few have fallen so quickly!

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  10. Otto Z. Zuckermann

    Hi Mr. Bryce. Wow, what can I say but great work on this article, informative but scary. You put your finger on the solution, remove all the senior officers at the FBI but that is just a start. Changing thier culture is what really matters.

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    1. Gil Johnson

      Yes, and I think changing the FBI’s culture will be extremely painful but mostly dangerous to our nation at the same time.

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      1. Max Foster

        Dangerous because they will not be focused on protecting us from the criminal element here but from being transformed into a new organization with its original mission (that mission that is now warped into a Democrat Party talking points). The FBI has fallen from grace to hell in only a few short decades. We are all in danger from it.

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      2. KenFBrown

        Spot on comment, Gil. And it will take a US President with balls and the American people behind him to do it.

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        1. Valkerie

          Difficult but not impossible. 👍 General Satterfield has helped us show how to use leadership as a tool to get difficult things done and done right. Thank you, Mr. Bryce for your contributions.

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  11. Harry Donner

    Big fan, me, here to thank you for your continued contribution to America and for your expose on the decline of the FBI (and other once-trusted organizations) that once was a key to helping make America great as a nation. They once protected us, now they are after us.

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  12. Ronny Fisher

    “Jelly”, great article and welcome back to Gen. Satterfield’s blog where we have definitely missed you!

    Reply

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