Former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik had some serious words about the recent allegations of corruption within the Department of Justice and the FBI, saying that Americans should be “extremely concerned,” even “scared to death” about what it means for our country.
“This doesn’t come from innuendo or rumor or some nonsense,” Kerik told America Talks Live host Ric Blackwell. “This is from . . . subpoenas and [reports that there is] some kind of conspiracy within the Bureau and Justice to interfere with the election, and it appears to be the overthrowing of a president.”
“This is factual stuff,” the former NYPD bigwig went on. “There is evidence, tweets, text messages, emails. This is bad stuff . . . You hear this stuff goes on in investigations around the country from time to time, but to hear about it at the highest levels in the FBI, in the Department of Justice is more than frightening.”
Kerik’s warning comes after it was revealed this past weekend that House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes and other Republicans are considering writing a report about the rampant corruption at the FBI, and the President finds himself under attack by increasingly hostile politically motivated attacks by members of the Mueller investigation. “Whether they’re a Democrat or a Republican, this should scare the hell out of everybody,” Kerik said. “This is the highest levels of government where we’re seeing this internal corruption. It can’t happen. It’s got to stop and somebody’s got to put a stop to it.”
“If they can do it to the president . . . and interfere with a presidential election, they can do it to anyone,” Kerik cautioned. “And we’re supposed to be worried about Russia? I’m not worried about Russia. I’m worried about our own government doing the things that could really have a negative impact on this country.”
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