FBI Agents: Hillary Is The "Antichrist Personified"

Tyler Durden's picture

Having exposed the mutinous divide between The FBI and The Department of Justice, it appears the drip-drip-drip leaky bucket has turned into a spigot as The Guardian cites several seriously pissed off agents describe the FBI as "Trumplandia."

As The Hill details, in a report published Thursday, multiple sources within the FBI say that deep antipathy toward Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and anger that FBI Director James Comey did not bring charges against her this summer have motivated leaks that could damage her presidential campaign.

One agent told The Guardian that many at the bureau view Clinton as the “antichrist” and are supportive of Trump.

The currently serving FBI agent said Clinton is “the antichrist personified to a large swath of FBI personnel,” and that “the reason why they’re leaking is they’re pro-Trump.”


“The FBI is Trumpland,” said one current agent.

But another FBI source disputed the level of support Trump has within the bureau, according to The Guardian.

“There are lots of people who don’t think Trump is qualified, but also believe Clinton is corrupt,” the source said. “What you hear a lot is that it’s a bad choice, between an incompetent and a corrupt politician.”

According to the report, the tensions boiled over in July when Comey declined to recommend charges against the Democratic presidential nominee for possibly mishandling classified information through her use of a private email server to conduct government business, according to the FBI agent.

“Many FBI agents were upset at the director, not because he didn’t [recommend to] indict, but they believe he threw the FBI under the bus by taking the heat away from DoJ [Department of Justice],” the former bureau official said.

As The Hill concludes, there have been further leaks about internal fights within the FBI and other possible investigations since the Comey news broke, all of which has suggested an agency in a public war with itself.

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DCVoyeur's picture

Unnamed agents said the Tyler Durden is a pedophile.  It must be true since it is on the internet on the Zero Hedge web site. 

Does that sum it up?

TeMpTeK's picture

But he say to me MEEEES PEEEEEGGY

38BWD22's picture



The IRS, FBI and the Department of Just-Us all have a big problem.  Each is in great danger in losing the respect of Americans.  "If the Clintons can break the law BIG TIME, why can't I (cheat on taxes, lie to the FBI, etc.)?"

And should the Feds move on pissed-off citizens?  They might be met with lead.


There is no justice, Just-Us for them.


Manthong's picture

I can appreciate the notion of working in an environment where you are tasked to dig holes only to watch management fill them in.

Escrava Isaura's picture

I highly recommend that you learn your f@ck$ng history, because there’s nothing new under the current sun.

COINTELPRO (a portmanteau derived from COunter INTELligence PROgram) was a series of covert, and at times illegal,[1][2] projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting and disrupting domestic political organizations.[3]

FBI records show that COINTELPRO resources targeted groups and individuals that the FBI deemed subversive,[4] including anti-Vietnam War organizers, activists of the Civil Rights Movement or Black Power movement (e.g., Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Black Panther Party), feminist organizations, anti-colonial movements (such as Puerto Rican independence groups like the Young Lords), and a variety of organizations that were part of the broader New Left.

FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover issued directives governing COINTELPRO, ordering FBI agents to "expose, disrupt, misdirect, discredit, neutralize or otherwise eliminate" the activities of these movements and especially their leaders.[5][6] Under Hoover, the agent in charge of COINTELPRO was William C. Sullivan.[7] Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy personally authorized some of these programs.[8] Although Kennedy only gave written approval for limited wiretapping of King's phones "on a trial basis, for a month or so",[9] Hoover extended the clearance so his men were "unshackled" to look for evidence in any areas of King's life they deemed worthy.[10]




38BWD22's picture



Escravita 6:10 PM

Back in those days there was never, not even close to, the level of disrespect to the "Powers That Be" that you are starting to see now.  If the Clintons slither away again, all is gone for them, everyone will disobey should that be their wish...

Escrava Isaura's picture

Class war as American as apple pie.

A recent interview Noam Chomsky argues that America is in the middle of a long-standing and quite brutal class war—a war many choose to ignore or completely deny. The implications of how he believes this war is being waged could have some very significant ramifications for the nonprofit sector.

When asked if he believes that America hates its poor people, Chomsky’s response boils down to a very simple, “Of course.” He argues that we do not refer to the “working class” because that suggests the class war, and instead we use a gentler term like “middle class.” The result is the same.

However; there is a very class-conscious group of people who work very hard to ensure they can maintain the control they currently enjoy over wealth and power. These incredibly wealthy people are doing everything in their power to ensure that the “lower classes” do not come together in any kind of coordinated way and try to fight back. The theory is that if we ever began to think of what might be in the benefit of the common good, it is likely that we would begin to organize and fight back, with power coming in numbers.

Essentially, Chomsky’s argument is that the wealthiest of Americans are using a variety of tools to ensure that the rest of the country thinks about their own individual needs, and not those of the common good. An example of this is the kind of market-driven economy that promotes people buying cars: you can choose between buying a Toyota or a Ford, for example, but you do not have the choice to buy a commuter train. Buying a train would require people coming together and paying for something collectively that would benefit all of society. Buying a car is an individual choice.

Unions as they have played out in America also help promote the status quo of power. Unions, for example, argue for their members to have healthcare benefits provided by the employer. This empowers the employer to agree to something that they can easily take away later on. It also argues for the benefit of its members, not of the collective known as society. In other countries, the argument has been to have healthcare for all, while in America it has been to have healthcare for “our members.”

This push to act as an individual has led to disenfranchisement, played out in the lack of energy around voting, that basic element of democracy. Americans simply do not believe their vote will make a difference.



Hohum's picture

Shhh. As Calvin Trillin once said, class warfare only goes up,not down.

HowdyDoody's picture

Clinton only does what her owners pay her to do.


SafelyGraze's picture

the pic of HRC with the snake-hair looks disturbingly hot

the halloween industry 

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yippee kiyay (not verified) SafelyGraze Nov 3, 2016 9:59 PM

I thought the anti-Christ was busy in the middle east.

stizazz's picture

you're right. i did see him there.

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WillyGroper's picture

"Essentially, Chomsky’s argument is that the wealthiest of Americans are using a variety of tools to ensure that the rest of the country thinks about their own individual needs, and not those of the common good."

chompskee doin' his part inney?

auricle's picture

I'd hire the incompetent long before the corrupt. Corrupt you can't fix, incompetents can surround themselves with people/experts that can help them along. And to clarify, Trump is ONLY incompetent about politics and policy and he knows this. He's a schrewd/expert businessman which is what the US ultimately is, a giant corporation. He doesn't claim to be the engineer that builds his buildings, yet he knows what to look for in who he hires. He's not the interior decorator, yet he knows what to look for in who he hires. This notion that the president needs to be an insider politician is a pure falicy.  I hope at the end of his four or eight years he can show the american people that those are the traits they should look for in their next president. 

Mother Fletcher's picture

I doubt that's the prevailing attitude there. It's the Guardian putting in a leftist Guardian spin on the bullshit.

Like when any democrat is no longer defensable the typical leftist reaction is "Yeah, they BOTH suck!"


Once, that idiot Geraldo, when he could no longer realistically defend the 'rats said "You know what? A pox on both their houses!"

scoutshonor's picture


Synoia's picture

0>Corrupt, ie Corruption is a negative.

drendebe10's picture

Calling Trump incompetent is asy accurate as calling him racist or misogynist .  He is guilty of running an amateur political campaign by corrupt lying politician campaign standards and demostrating an inability to control his frail ego & diarrhea mouth. That hardly makes him incompetent, just stupid in not presenting a public demeanour with some sort of decorum & dignity.  Likewise, people who come to conclusions about Trump based on MSM twisted & outright nasty innuendos & sound bytes without examining the source material & facts qualify as incompetent if not down right imbeciles.  

Multi's picture

Beautiful prose. Up-voted just for the pleasure of reading you.

Not that I disagree with you analysis, which I completely concur with. But the use of the language, in my humble opinion, superb without being cocky.

My only gripe that carpet bombed ampersand, but that's just a minor detail.

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the French bitch's picture

Truly, the guy is brilliant!  Many times throughout his campaign I thought, he is finished. No politician could have overcome the constant attacks and disrespect hurled at him by msm.  But lo and behold, he would shortly be back in the game.  What's more, he played the media; he used them.  We're going to do ok with this guy.

Paul Kersey's picture

I lost a lot of respect for chompsky,  when he started backing Hillary Clinton.  There is no excuse for such a highly educated man to back someone who embodies everything that is wrong with this pay for play, cornies-enriching-cronies system. 

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Draybin Deffercon III (not verified) Paul Kersey Nov 3, 2016 6:43 PM

Chomsky was immediately dismissive of any-but-government theories regarding the 9-11 attacks. Chomsky is no intellectual he is a hack and people like Hildabeast are his gods.

Kidbuck's picture

Highly educated doesn't mean shit by itself. How many wars and other calamities have been started by men with only a high school education? How many of the assholes who started the Fed had less than a GED? A college degree in most cases just means you have bigger words to spread as bullshit.

MEFOBILLS's picture


Speaking in terms of "middle class and lower class" is hypnotic langague that strips away the advantages of capital over labor.  (Capital always wins, since money serves as demand.  Labor is not demand, it is part of the production process.  Money always preceeds production, and hence labor cannot make prices until after production commences.)

So, it really is a class war, and using the terms Capital vs Labor is accurate.

Warren Buffett, my class  has won, and its been a rout:



Hudson claims the "class" war is back.  




But finally came Trump's speech, and this was for the first time, policy was there. And he's making a left run around Hillary. He appealed twice to Bernie Sanders supporters, and the two major policies that he outlined in the speech broke radically from the Republican traditional right-wing stance. And that is called destroying the party by the right wing, and Trump said he's not destroying the party, he's building it up and appealing to labor, and appealing to the rational interest that otherwise had been backing Bernie Sanders.

So in terms of national security, he wanted to roll back NATO spending. And he made it clear, roll back military spending. We can spend it on infrastructure, we can spend it on employing American labor. And in the speech, he said, look, we don't need foreign military bases and foreign spending to defend our allies. We can defend them from the United States, because in today's world, the only kind of war we're going to have is atomic war. Nobody's going to invade another country. We're not going to send American troops to invade Russia, if it were to attack. So nobody's even talking about that. So let's be realistic.

Well, being realistic has driven other people crazy

Synoia's picture

The class war is never "over," becuase greeds wants everything and more.

There is no limit to greed.

That is why it is considered the worst of the seven deadly sins.

Multi's picture

"Money always preceeds production"

Where does that money (capital) come from?

Do you get paid for your work? Do you need to produce to obtain capital? Which came first, the chicken or the egg?

Escrava Isaura's picture

First, it would depend the type of money one favors. I favor either “Interest Free Credit” or “Sovereign Money.”

here’s how it would work: The government (Central Bank and/or Treasury) buys goods and services from the Private Sector. This “government deficit” are now the nations asset because the economy is growing. With the growth, the private sector now pays the government back this “vertical” money through taxes. Then, the government repeats this process.

Now the “horizontal money” (banking landing) their balances sheets need to mirror. So, the “vertical” money that was deposited on these banks, say that only 50% can be lent out. So, the other 50% (reserves) need to be deposited on the Central Bank. If that bank lent out more than the law says or charge interest rates, that bank will be fined.

Also, these loans would be heavily regulated to contain inflation/speculation. So, say, no longer than 5 years for real estate, and 2 years for a new car.

Then, every night the Central Bank would balance the nation’s base money (cash + reserves). And the Treasury would tax accordingly to growth. And to contain inflation and/or too much inequality.





averros's picture

It's not the classes you (or that shit-for-brains socialist) think they are.

American (and Western in general) is the class war between government and affiliated parasites (most of whom are not rich at all... teachers, clerks, and such) and the general public which actually has to produce something other people want to buy.

Has nothing to do with level of personal wealth.

And, yes, unions are firmly on the side of the parasites.

Synoia's picture

If the Government is in the pockets of the rich, you are correct.

My daughter is a parasite (teacher). And is paid less than $30,000 per year.

Is that how you value your childrens' education?

No one wnat to join a Union. People join unions to protect themselves from bad management.

Management gets the Unions it disserves.

Escrava Isaura's picture

averros: It's not the classes …. Has nothing to do with level of personal wealth.

Your comment is so stupid that you can’t be taken seriously.


markmotive's picture
‘Russia not behind Clinton leaks’ – Assange interview with John Pilger



Fish Gone Bad's picture

Class war as American as apple pie.

Until people are willing to turn off their televisions and think for themselves, they will shuffle into the next (planned) crisis.

War Machine's picture

Try not to rely on Chomsky as part of your Appeal to Authority.

It makes you look like an asshole.

His understanding of geopolitics is dated and sophomoric, and there is no reason to think that someone who fails to comment on the Fed and the fiat fractional reserve debt-money system has the first idea as to what he is talking about.

Clinteastwood's picture

.......and good old Noam will be more than happy to spell out exactly what you should think "the common good" is....

......as will any other lefty who dribbles this out.

Sigh.'s picture

Chomsky? Noam Chomsky? What kind of person cites Chomsky?

I'll tell you who: unless you're a scholar who's studied his '50's innovations in the field of linguistics, you're a far-Left, anti-American, anti-Capitalism dirtbag.

"Paul Postal and Robert Levine, linguists who have known and worked with Chomsky, take the view that the two aspects of his life’s work in fact manifest the same key properties: "a deep disregard of, and contempt for, the truth; a monumental disdain for standards of inquiry; a relentless strain of self-promotion; notable descents into incoherence; and a penchant for verbally abusing those who disagree with him.""


You can keep your Chomsky citations. Well-protected; deep in your posterior.

Soundgardener's picture

Citing Chomsky makes one an anti-American, anti-Capitalism dirtbag as much as citing a David Horowitz Freedom Center website makes one a fascist (given the DHFC has hosted talks by George W. Bush and Dick Cheney in the past; thanks but I'll pass).

Chomsky has gone down a lot in my opinion for supporting Hitlery, and his blanket refusal to even consider investigating 9/11 evidence, but you're going to have to do a lot more than cite a DHFC website quote that attributes significance to two of his detractors simply because they're linguists who've worked with Chomsky (advice for new players: that's not an argument).

I'll take Chomsky with a grain of salt from now on, but I broadly agree with him on Israel (except his refusal to investigate Mossad's involvement in 9/11). I agree with some of what Horiwitz has to say—I've got no time for Islam, or any religion for that matter, ditto with political correctness, and communism is up there with fascism as far as I'm concerned; just another name for Control Freakery.

But reading his diatribe about BDS put me right off. Maybe it's a yank / Israeli thing (well I mean obviously it is)...but bombing civilians, crushing kids with tanks / bulldozers—you know the whole "geoncide on the pretext of being God's chosen people" thing—you can cram that up your dirt button 'til you're ruptured or raptured...or both.

thinkmoretalkless's picture

And your point is? It's happened before so we should be good with it and vote for Clinton because she represents the continuation of our "reprehensible " history.

Sam Houston's picture

I hate public transport.  One can almost guarantee that one will be accosted by some smelly lunatic asking for money, if not engaged in verbally assaulting ladies in the car, or urinating in the car.  Yeah, I think I am very happy with the choice between the Toyota and the Ford. 


By the way, we came together as a people to build the US interstate system which requires cars.  That is the choice we made as a people and it has kept most of us from having to be subjected to the really nasty bits of humanity on the much celebrated public transport.  It has also made logistics in the USA the golden standard in the world as far as transport of goods.


Cars = freedom.


Public Transport = degradation to the lowest common denominator.


To hell with the subversive Chomsky.  He cannot leave this Earth soon enough.

Mineshaft Gap's picture

Even if you accept Chomsky's class war ideas, there's a small problem with his intellectual honesty.

He endorsed Clinton. As far back as May 2016, he told people she's vastly superior to Trump and urged those in non-safe swing states not to cast their usual lefty symbolic protest votes but instead to vote for Clinton. He doubled down on this position in August in one of his typically haughty pontifications.

Regrettably for Saint Noam, you can't be both a fierce critic of the system and a supporter of its leading puppet. 

Tiwin's picture

38....I beg to differ.You personally may have still had the blinders on in those days , but I can assure you , there was complete and total contempt for the powers that be.

Protests and riots in the street , Real , not fbi provacoteur Black Pantheres (or FBI infiltrated KKK for that matter), the Weather Underground.

They blew up government buildings! I miss that. Todays malcontents keyboard warrior. And vote Dem or Repub.

Manthong's picture

Are you talking to me?

Are you talking to me?

Escrava Isaura's picture

I don’t see another Hedger there, do you?


LetThemEatRand's picture

This is one of the reasons a lot of people don't read what you have to say.  He said nothing to evoke the response that he should read up on his fucking history.  If you want to grab one of the top spots, you should at least respond in substance to the post to which you are responding.  

Escrava Isaura's picture

Rand, can’t make sense of what your wrote because I am going ride my bicycle now.

See you in a couple hours.


logicalman's picture

Anyone who's serious about riding a bike can't be all bad.

Not to imply anything else.


Whiskey Badger's picture

Dude, shut the fuck up already.  

devnickle's picture

What the hell is wrong with you? They've gotten pretty good with psychotherapy and medication these days. You should seek professional help. You need it.