I’ve been paying attention to the FBI and DOJ for years. You look at every major case they’re into and you’ll find corruption.
Unless you were the specific case agent, don't you think it's safe to say you might not know most, or any of the case facts? Think about in your own job, what you know about things, and the crazy things you hear from people who do not.Now after Hunters laptop info became known we found out that the FBI had it since last December yet they haven’t interviewed anyone whose name appears in lots of these emails.
Not trying to be rude and no offense intended, honestly, but listening to the ravings of cable news is not informative in nature.
What do you actually know about what the FBI has or hasn't done with the Biden laptop? Not what you've heard, but what you actually know? You don't need to answer the question but it would be worth thinking about.
It is very frustrating when the outcome we expect or want (based on what we hear repeated so often) does not happen. The FBI has a policy to not discuss cases so the idiot media obviously takes that as a green light to make up their own information because they know it will rarely be disputed.
Just because the outcome you expect does not happen does not necessarily mean everyone is corrupt. The simpler explanation is that your expectations were based on nonsense to begin with.