Gang Stalking – We must have hope.

Official photographic portrait of US President...

Official photographic portrait of US President Barack Obama (born 4 August 1961; assumed office 20 January 2009) (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

James Comey

James Comey (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Robert Swan Mueller III (born August 7, 1944) ...

Robert Swan Mueller III (born August 7, 1944) – Director of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Well, Obama has nominated a new FBI Director.  Good riddance to Mueller, the old FBI Director.  He’s been in office a while.  Maybe this new man can help us.

His name is James Comey.  He was the Attorney General for Bush.  At one time Comey was to become FBI Director, but it never happened.  Bush tried to pass the  warrantless wireless wiretap act whose re-authorization time was up. The act would continue the surveillance of American citizens by wiretaps, but Comey threatened to resign if the wireless wiretapping continued.  The wiretapping reauthorization went through and Comey never  resigned. But at least he protested and Bush agreed to make changes to the wiretapping.

Maybe when James Comey becomes FBI Director, he’ll discover all the surveillance that is happening to American citizens and he’ll be able to do something about it.  He’ll be in charge.

I’m keeping my fingers crossed that this happens.  We must have hope.

But with hope also comes doubt.

I’m going to write him a letter as soon as he become FBI Director.

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One thought on “Gang Stalking – We must have hope.

  1. New boss same as the old boss…like the song goes. These men are owned by the elite. There is no one for us in the government with the possible exception of political “independents”.

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