Now that the inspector general’s report is out, I am sure the whole world is waiting to know what I have to say about it. I don’t believe it, not for a minute. The FBI and Justice Department has had 2 weeks to modify it. Moreover, the I.G. was well aware that his report would have to go through both gauntlets before its release.
The truth is that all my books are more believable than this report. Those who have read my books, or even read the synopsis will know that this is really saying something. It also says something about those who have read it. Not only are they dishonest, they aren’t so smart if they expect the public to believe such intentional deceit.
Perhaps we will learn a little more after the House and Senate hearings. His words will not be subject to editing by Justice. I suspect we won’t learn much though. It would seem some unknown person, persons, organization or organizations are behind the scenes controlling it all. I know it sounds like a conspiracy theory, but it is the only explanation I can think of.
I guess one thing we can say for sure is that Comey was a bad director and he surrounded himself with prejudicial and poor quality personnel. I might even go so far as to say some were criminal. How else can you define someone using his position to change an election based on his own politics.
Naturally, the current FBI director came out to throw in his two cents. Unfortunately, I missed most of his speech, but from what I gather, most of it could be summarized as follows:
We didn’t do anything wrong.
We won’t do it again.
I do not believe the first statement and, given the current director, I certainly don’t believe the second. It sounds like something a child would say after he was caught with his hand in the cookie jar right up to his elbow. …and I might add, with his mouth full of cookies.
Well, maybe the whole world won’t know my beliefs on the subject. If you agree with what I have written, you might tell your relatives and friends. Actually, I won’t mind you telling others, even if you disagree with me. Also, I do welcome reasonable comments, as long as they don’t contain any profanity.
Finally, I would appreciate it if you browse my author’s page. I have over thirty-five books there for you to choose from. Most are well within the PG rating, though a few do have some violence. As long as you can put up with a few grammar mistakes and typos, I think you will enjoy them. All are available on Kindle, and hence many other devices too, including PC’s. Some are on paperback as well, though, of necessity, they do cost a little more. (By the way, Amazon does a very good job of printing paperbacks. Other than the cover, they are every bit as good as hard cover books.)
The URL for my author’s page is:
You can also log onto Amazon.com and look up my name Ben Rhodes (not to be confused with the communist that worked for Obama). That will work too, but you might be distracted by some inferior books written by someone else. I assure you, you will want to ignore all the ones by the other writers.