FBI Director mum about O’Keefe voter fraud video

FBI Director Robert Muller appears to have been left in the dark about James O’Keefe’s attempt to obtain Attorney General Eric Holder’s ballot  during last month’s D.C. primary.

Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, questioned the FBI director during a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee‘s Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties last Wednesday, asking what he knew about the O’Keefe video and whether anyone called him when the story first came to light.

Muller was speechless when asked if he was alarmed that O’Keefe, a twenty something white male was able to request the ballot of a 60-year-old black male.

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  1. Narmin says:

    Does it occur to anyone here that the FBI,or “The Law” is what all the crkoos hide behind? Congress,Judges,Supreme courts,SEC,Better Business Bureau,Court houses,and on ,and on all have the same purported mission.To protect you stupid voters(Sheep) from “LIFE” Yes ,you need to be insulated,and defended from day to day experiences by Government. Do any relish the opportunity to take on a Realtor ,and win?To buy a car ,and beat the Salesman?…….or would you rather be a Victim(VOTER),and cry out to daddy(Government) toPass A Law?Bailout you out?Make the economy better? We will never rid the world of temptations,and opportunists,and besides that, you hypocrit Voters all love a good deal too. So to pass laws,or scream for the “Law” to wipe your butts after you LOST is seriously weak. HP needs to remain the EDUCATOR.To teach the Game,and see to that people know that any negotiation is a contest with both parties being corruptable-that means you too you bible thumping voters.The “Law” is purely about money,and protecting itself.The frudsters all have protection under the “Law”,and hide behind it.Are you dumb ass Voters ever gonna get it?

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