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FBI Hosts Gay “Pride” Summit
« on: June 20, 2017, 01:10:42 PM »
Call me a 'homophobe' if you will but ... Is This what our top law enforcement organization should be focusing on??

 
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LGBTA—A for Allies—officers from across the Intelligence Community today gathered at FBI Headquarters for the Sixth Annual “IC Pride” Summit. Notably, this year’s event included speakers from outside the IC:  Congressman André Carson and Nicole Cozier, Director of Diversity and Inclusion for Human Rights Campaign. Additionally, Deputy Director of National Intelligence Dawn Eilenberger, Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, and Office of Naval Intelligence Commander Rear Admiral Robert Sharp provided keynote remarks.

Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe welcomed the assembly of IC members in Bonaparte Auditorium. This year’s Summit focused on amplifying the voices of LGBTA people of color and people with disabilities to encourage employees from all walks of life to promote diversity and achieve mission success. “The bedrock of the Intelligence Community is our credibility. To maintain that credibility, we must understand and reflect the people we protect, across the full spectrum of diversity that is the strength of this country,” said Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe. “We all need to be allies, to walk in each other’s shoes, to try to understand what it’s like, for example, to be gay, a person of color, or transgender or all of these at the same time.”



http://americasurvival.org/2017/06/fbi-hosts-gay-pride-summit.html


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Re: FBI Hosts Gay “Pride” Summit
« Reply #1 on: June 21, 2017, 12:15:59 AM »
I guess this brings new meaning to the term "FBI probe"
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Re: FBI Hosts Gay “Pride” Summit
« Reply #2 on: June 21, 2017, 10:00:15 AM »
They had to have a "rear" Admiral as the article says...... :popcorn:

You got to get the FBI back into the business of hunting criminals and terrorists instead of attending touchy feeley seminars
and spying on Presidential Candidates.
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Re: FBI Hosts Gay “Pride” Summit
« Reply #3 on: June 21, 2017, 07:00:18 PM »
Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe welcomed the assembly of IC members in Bonaparte Auditorium.

http://americasurvival.org/2017/06/fbi-hosts-gay-pride-summit.html

BONAPARTE Auditorium?  As in Napoleon Bonaparte?

The FBI is naming things after the little megalomaniac
who launched wars that killed 8 million people?
And who Adolf Hitler chose to be his role model?!

What else are they naming after history's greatest monsters?
The Pol Pot Kitchen?
The Josef Stalin Camp and Retreat Center?
The Chairman Mao Boardroom?
The Ho Chi Minh Re-education Center?
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Re: FBI Hosts Gay “Pride” Summit
« Reply #4 on: June 21, 2017, 07:23:36 PM »
BONAPARTE Auditorium?  As in Napoleon Bonaparte?

Okay, I just found this:

http://www.ciaoamerica.net/bonaparte/2005_bonaparte_program.pdf

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THE FORTY-FIFTH ANNUAL
Ceremony in Commemoration of
CHARLES J. BONAPARTE
Founder of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and 46th Attorney General of the United States
June 30, 2005
...

In 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt appointed him
the 46th Attorney General of the United States.
Bonaparte discovered that he was hampered
in carrying out President Roosevelt's "trust busting" policies
because of the absence of a permanent investigative staff.
Until that time, the Justice Department
had been limited to hiring only temporary investigators,
usually borrowing them from the Treasury Department's Secret Service.

On July 28, 1908, acting on Presidential instructions,
Bonaparte issued the order that made his special investigative force
a permanent subdivision of the Department of Justice.
In 1935, what had begun as a 23-man unit under Bonaparte's direction,
was renamed the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

I still don't think it's a good idea to name something after someone
whose name is so close to that of one of history's greatest monsters.
Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice. And moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue.
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