The truth really sets off the left. Here is a great portion of the Benny Show outlining what was said by intel agencies and political elites. People should be more circumspect about what they say on video these days. If you say it on TV it will be on the internet somewhere. The lies catch up with you so be careful what you say. We are watching you!
The history of the FBI started with corruption. J. Edgar Hoover was the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for 48 years, from 1924 to 1972. During his tenure, he amassed a vast amount of power and influence, and he used this power to intimidate and threaten presidents and other government officials.
One of Hoover’s most famous threats was directed at Martin Luther King Jr. In 1964, Hoover sent King a letter threatening to release tapes of King’s extramarital affairs if he did not stop his civil rights activism. King was deeply troubled by the letter, and he considered suicide. However, he ultimately decided to continue his work, and he won the Nobel Peace Prize the following year.
Hoover also threatened other presidents and government officials. He threatened to release damaging information about President Harry Truman’s extramarital affairs, and he threatened to expose President John F. Kennedy’s relationship with Marilyn Monroe. Hoover also threatened to expose President Richard Nixon’s involvement in the Watergate scandal.
Hoover’s threats were effective because he had access to a great deal of information about the personal lives of presidents and other government officials. He used this information to blackmail and intimidate them, and he was able to maintain his power and influence for decades.
Hoover’s use of threats to intimidate presidents and other government officials is a reminder of the dangers of unchecked power. Hoover was a brilliant and effective law enforcement officer, but he also had a dark side. He was a master manipulator and a ruthless political operator. He used his power to advance his own agenda, and he did not hesitate to threaten and intimidate those who stood in his way.
Hoover’s legacy is a mixed one. He is credited with helping to create a more professional and efficient FBI, but he is also remembered for his abuses of power. His use of threats to intimidate presidents and other government officials is a reminder of the dangers of unchecked power. His legacy of corruption seems to have been passed on to this day.
“Truth” and “leftist” are not compatable.