House Judiciary Committee

Is the FBI Corrupt?


Your DGB for today is to read about bias inside the FBI.

Are we talking about Lisa Page and Peter Strzok?

Nuh-uh. You see, the hearings the House Judiciary Committee held today, in which Strzok’s testimony caused a congressional uproar, were an extension of the misinformation campaigns we saw extensively during the 2016 presidential election. If you undermine the institutions you use to your own corrupt benefit, you can head off any public mess by first accusing the other side of the same misconduct. You follow? Basically, there’s a good bit of evidence that the FBI worked against Hillary Clinton’s interests during 2016. If the GOP undermines the credibility of the FBI now, they can scream “fake news, corrupt institution” as soon as they’re culpable. We aren’t falling for this.

The following thread from Seth Abramson details a complex conspiracy (yes, there are conspiracies everywhere - this is our world now) involving an outlet called True Pundit. You may need to read through the thread a few times. We at DGB definitely did, as this is some crazy spy novel nonsense.

Combat Trey Gowdy with his unconvincing human skinsuit and all of his congressional grandstanding by arming yourself with knowledge.


Can You Believe We Have to Fight this Again?

Your DGB for today is to contact Bob Goodlatte (R-VA-6), Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, and tell him we won’t tolerate advancement of H.R. 586: the Sanctity of Human Life Act.

The 115th Congress is already hard at work drafting offensive legislation, and recently Rep. Jody Hice (R-GA-10) introduced H.R. 586, the newest iteration of a “personhood” bill. Referred to the House Judiciary Committee last week, this proposed law would declare that “each human life begins with fertilization, cloning, or its equivalent, at which time every human has all the legal and constitutional attributes and privileges of personhood,” thus threatening women’s legal ability to access not only abortions, but any birth control method that disrupts the implantation of a fertilized egg (such as an IUD or even the birth control pill), as well as assisted fertility treatments, such as IVF. While such bills have failed in the past, it is important to take each one seriously. We cannot take the defeat of this bill for granted.


You’ll contact Rep. Goodlatte by phone in his D.C. office at (202) 225-5431, using your own or this DGB suggested script:


Hello, I am calling you today to urge you to protect the personhood of adult American women by opposing H.R. 586.


or via Twitter, using this format:


.@RepGoodlatte Abort this radical anti-woman bill. #HR586