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Patriot’s Most Wanted: 12 Elected Officials That Should Be In Prison

If Patriots had a “most wanted” list, these people would be at the top of it.most wanted

The alleged crimes of this Dirty Dozen? Betraying the American people from within by wantonly dismantling the Constitution, collapsing the economy, and creating an encroaching police state that rewards the few and restricts the many. 

Each and every person on this list could rightfully be investigated for Treason against the United States of America.

This Gallery of Dishonor is by no means inclusive.  It contains, in alphabetical order, some of the most despicable but certainly not all.  Feel free to share more nominations in the comments below.

Meet the Patriot’s Most Wanted:

Ben Bernanke

Ben Bernanke, collapsing the economy since 2006.  He became the Chairman of the Federal Reserve under Bush and has maintained his appointment under Obama (unusual in that a Republican appointment continued to serve under a Democrat president).

Mr. QE-to-Infinity has recently received a license to print money indefinitely to institute the most recent round of Quantitative Easing, which Senator Ron Paul referred to as a “full-time counterfeiting operation”.

Unfortunately the only ones eased by this are the members of the Big Banking Cartel –everyday folks need not apply.

Under Bernanke’s leadership, the “too-big-to-fail” banks were financially bailed out, while the average American was left to flounder as housing values plummeted, mortgages were defaulted on and personal bankruptcies skyrocketed.

Michael Bloomberg

New York City’s very own soda pop Nazi, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has made a career out of micromanaging the lives of the citizens of the city.

Bloomberg has decided that he must take control of the health of New York City residents and has done so by disallowing the sale of sugary beverages over 16 ounces.

He also had NYC hospitals lock up baby formula and track when formula is dispensed in an effort to coerce new mothers to exclusively breastfeed.  And speaking of new mothers, there have been numerous quiet sexual harassment lawsuits filed against Bloomberg by women under his employ, dating back to 1997, when a female employ described telling Bloomberg of an unplanned pregnancy, to which he allegedly responded “Kill it!” and “Great, number 16!”  (Not treason, but saying that type of thing would certainly be indicative of a man’s character.)

Back to treason, last summer, Bloomberg stated the NYPD officers should go on strike until the citizens voluntarily disarmed themselves.

Under his “leadership” New York City has the strictest gun laws in the state, requiring permits, licensing and registration. This left the citizenry largely disarmed and unable to protect themselves in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

Never one to let a good crisis go to waste, Bloomberg rounded up celebrities to  put together a propaganda video calling out for even more gun control just days after the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

George W. Bush

It was under the watch of erstwhile President Bush that the largest terrorist act in American history took place in our own airspace on September 11, 2001.

This inside job was rapidly followed by the “Patriot Act” – in truth the most unpatriotic legislation that had existed up to that point and the first serious blow suffered by the Constitution.

The Patriot Act was rolled out to save America from terrorists, allowing surveillance and invasions of privacy without the hassle of pesky little inconveniences like probable cause and search warrants.

Bush and 7 of his cohorts (Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and their legal advisers Alberto Gonzales, David Addington, William Haynes, Jay Bybee and John Yoo) were find guilty in absentia last year in Malaysia, convicted of war crimes, including torture and cruel, inhumane and degrading treatment in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Hillary Clinton

Long-suffering wife of former President Bill Clinton, former Senator from New York and current Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton has had a varied political career.

Recently on the hook for the Benghazi massacre, in which 4 Americans lost their lives due to negligence, she has been in the hotseat numerous other times.

A noted warmonger, she has been accused of lying to Congress about the Iraq War and Saddam Hussein, she has consistently expressed her belief that Iran is a nuclear threat to the United States and has been fingered by Wikileaks for ordering spying on UN Officials.

Other possible lapses in integrity include allegations of lying to the FEC about contributions, the hiring of unsavory advisor Sandy Berger (a convicted felon) and substantial financial involvement with pharmaceutical companies, whose causes she champions.

Jon Corzine

Neck deep in government and banking, Jon Corzine was accused of using  1.6 billion dollars of customer money to cover his company’s shortfalls.

Yes, 1.6 BILLION.  Shortly thereafter, the company, MF Global filed for bankruptcy and that money has completely vaporized.

A House Congressional hearing found the former New Jersey senator and governor at fault for the failure of the company, but he has managed to evade criminal charges. (Could that be related to the fact that Eric Holder’s former law firm represented Corzine’s now-defunct company?)

Andrew Cuomo

Leading the charge against the 2nd Amendment,New York governor Andrew Cuomo recently spearheaded the most aggressive attack on gun rights yet, proudly signing the NY SAFE Act.

This unConstitutional legislation limits magazine capacities, narrowly redefines the term “assault weapons”, requires background checks for all gun-related purchases, including ammunition, and obligates mental health professionals to become government snitches.

(Amusingly, the hastily passed bill does not exempt police officers, ostensibly making criminals out of every one of New York’s finest.)

Rahm Emmanuel

 Mayor of Obama’s old stomping ground, Chicago, Emanuel’s city has dubious honor of being simultaneously crowned the gun control capitol of the United States and the Homicide Capitol of the United States.

Classic Emanuel quote: “If you are known as maybe a possible terrorist you cannot buy a handgun in America.”

 Emanuel served on the board of the Freddie Mac while Bill Clinton was in office, during which time the organization was plagued with scandals involving campaign contributions and accounting irregularities.

Currently, Emanuel is browbeating banks with Mafia tactics to “suggest” that they cease lending money to gun manufacturers with accounts in good standing. 

Dianne Feinstein

Possibly the most hated woman in Congress right now, Dianne Feinstein has made no bones about her mission to disarm America.

The senior Senator from California was responsible for the 1995 Assault Weapons Ban and  has just introduced a bill that would  prohibit the manufacture or importation of 158 specific military-style “assault” rifles, ban magazines of more than 10 rounds and introduce a  federal registry for all  owners who currently possess the aforementioned weapons and magazines.

She has supported the extension of the unPatriot Act and was the co-sponsor of PIPA, one of several assaults on internet freedom. 

Eric Holder

US Attorney General Eric Holder is all about the law, at least if those laws apply to other people.

As for himself, he seems to feel that he is personally immune to those pesky little restrictions.

He has announced the Department of InJustice will still pursue prosecution of those terrifying criminals who have a state-authorized toke, deeming that the state laws are trumped by federal ones.  He is an adamant supporter of the Assault Weapons Ban, unless, of course, those assault weapons are supplied to Mexican drug cartels.

While 14 lower-ranking officials were found guilty in the Fast and Furious scandal, slippery AG Holder remained relatively unscathed, even though he was held in contempt by the House of Representatives by refusing to cooperate in the investigation.

If you are curious as to why the banksters seem to have blanket immunity for fraud and outright theft of funds, perhaps it has something to do with a glaring conflict of interest – Holder’s former law firm, Covington & Burling, represented MF Global, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and UBS.

Janet Napolitano

Not so fondly known as Big Sis, Janet Napolitano is the nosy Secretary of Homeland Security.

Encouraging an environment of ratting out your neighbor with her “See Something, Say Something” ads on screens in Walmart, Napolitano seems to have an extreme aversion to the right to privacy.

She has generalized as potential terrorists so-called “Right Wing Extremists”, veterans, and a wide assortment of other guilty-until-maybe-proven-innocent groups.

Under Napolitano’s reign the TSA has stepped out of the airport and into other public transit areas like train and bus stations, as well as large sporting events.  She is also a proponent of surveillance drone use in American airspace for “public safety”.

Barack Hussein Obama

The President of the United States,(despite his questionable eligibility) Obama has done more to demolish liberty during his first four years in office than all of his predecessors combined.

Despite his deadly drone assassinations, his dedicated assault on the Constitution and his dubious personal background, Obama was re-elected for another 4 year term of Constitutional destruction.

He has proven his willingness to circumvent the checks and balances of our system by sidestepping Congress with a dizzying, ever-increasing number of Executive Orders signed thus far in his presidency.

He has even gone so far as to boast about his habit of going around Congress, memorably stating:  ”we can’t wait for an increasingly dysfunctional Congress to do its job. Where they won’t act, I will.  I’ve told my administration to keep looking every single day for actions we can take without Congress.”

Charles Schumer

A gun-grabber from way back, this US Senator from New York recently likened guns to kiddie porn. “No amendment can be absolute.

I believe you can be pro-gun and pro gun safety, just like you can be in favor of free speech but also against child pornography.”

Schumer had his finger in the gun-control pie, co-sponsoring the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban and the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act.  He was one of the few to oppose the Vitter Amendment, passed post-Katrina, which prohibits the confiscation of legal firearms during a disaster.

 So, should these people be investigated for Treason against the United States?

You be the judge.

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CIA “Manages” Drug Trade, Mexican Official Says

Written by  Alex Newman 

The Central Intelligence Agency’s involvement in drug trafficking is back in the media spotlight after a spokesman for the violence-plagued Mexican state of Chihuahua became the latest high-profile individual to accuse the CIA, which has been linked to narcotics trafficking for decades, of ongoing efforts to “manage the drug trade.” The infamous American spy agency refused to comment.

In a recent interview, Chihuahua state spokesman Guillermo Terrazas Villanueva told Al Jazeera that the CIA and other international “security” outfits “don’t fight drug traffickers.” Instead, Villanueva argued, they try to control and manage the illegal drug market for their own benefit.

“It’s like pest control companies, they only control,” Villanueva told the Qatar-based media outlet last month at his office in Juarez. “If you finish off the pests, you are out of a job. If they finish the drug business, they finish their jobs.”

Another Mexican official, apparently a mid-level officer with Mexico’s equivalent of the U.S. Department of “Homeland Security,” echoed those remarks, saying he knew that the allegations against the CIA were correct based on talks with American agents in Mexico. “It’s true, they want to control it,” the official told Al Jazeera on condition of anonymity.

Credibility issues with employees of the notoriously corrupt Mexican government aside, the latest accusations were hardly earth shattering — the American espionage agency has been implicated in drug trafficking from Afghanistan to Vietnam to Latin America and everywhere in between. Similar allegations of drug running have been made against the CIA for decades by former agents, American officials, lawmakers, investigators, and even drug traffickers themselves.

Some of the most prominent officials to level charges of CIA drug trafficking include the former head of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Robert Bonner. During an interview with CBS, Bonner accused the American “intelligence” outfit of unlawfully importing a ton of cocaine into the U.S. in collaboration with the Venezuelan government. 

Even the New York Times eventually covered part of the scandal in a piece entitled “Anti-Drug Unit of C.I.A. Sent Ton of Cocaine to U.S. in 1990.” And the agency’s Inspector General, Frederick Hitz, was eventually forced to concede to a congressional committee that the CIA has indeed worked with drug traffickers and obtained a waiver from the Department of Justice in the 1980s allowing it to conceal its contractors’ illicit dealings. 

An explosive investigation by reporter Gary Webb dubbed the “Dark Alliance” also uncovered a vast CIA machine to ship illegal drugs into the U.S. to fund clandestine and unconstitutional activities abroad, including the financing of armed groups. Webb eventually died under highly suspicious circumstances — two gunshots to the head, officially ruled a “suicide.”

Responding to Webb’s discoveries, top officials and even lawmakers eventually acknowledged that the CIA almost certainly had a role in illegal drug trafficking. “There is no question in my mind that people affiliated with, or on the payroll of, the CIA were involved in drug trafficking,” explained U.S. Senator John Kerry (D-Mass.) after the Dark Alliance series.

Top-level Mexican officials have suggested complicity by U.S. officials in drug trafficking as well — even recently. “It is impossible to pass tons of drugs or cocaine to U.S. without some grade of complicity of some American authorities,” observed Mexican President Felipe Calderon in a 2009 interview with the BBC.

Last year, an explosive report in the Washington Times, citing a CIA source, speculated that the agency may be deliberately helping certain Mexican cartels to beat out others for geopolitical purposes. According to the sources, the intelligence outfit might have also played a key role in the now-infamous Fast and Furious scandal, which saw the federal government providing thousands of high-powered weapons to Mexican cartels.

Shortly before that, The New American reported on federal court filings by a top Sinaloa Cartel operative that shed even more insight on the U.S. government’s role in drug trafficking. The accused “logistical coordinator” for the cartel, Jesus Vicente “El Vicentillo” Zambada-Niebla, claimed that he had an agreement with top American officials: In exchange for information on rival cartels, the deal supposedly gave him and his associates immunity to import multi-ton quantities of drugs across the border.

“Indeed, United States government agents aided the leaders of the Sinaloa Cartel,” the court filing states. Zambada-Niebla is currently being held in federal prison, but he argues that he is innocent because he had approval from — and collaborated with — U.S. agencies in his illegal drug-trafficking operations.

Another expert who spoke with Al Jazeera, a university professor, also indicated that the American federal government was deeply involved in the drug trafficking business. He said the drug war was an “illusion” aimed at justifying control of populations and intervention in Latin America. As evidence, he pointed to the fact that one of the top drug kingpins in the world — billionaire “El Chapo” of the Sinaloa cartel — operates openly and with impunity.

Numerous drug bosses and American officials have made similar claims, alleging that the U.S. government in essence controls at least some of the cartels. According to former DEA operative and whistleblower Celerino Castillo, American federal authorities have even been training members of the brutal Los Zetas cartel in Texas.

CIA and DEA insider Phil Jordan, meanwhile, publicly claimed last year that the Obama administration was selling military-grade weaponry to the deadly organization through a front company in Mexico. And with the Fast and Furious scandal, it emerged that the Obama administration was using tax money to arm Mexican cartels, then exploiting the ensuing violence to attack the Second Amendment.

The President and his Department of Justice have been engaged in a cover-up since whistleblowers first exposed the scheme more than a year ago, leading Congress to hold disgraced Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt. Another congressional investigation being obstructed by the Justice Department surrounds DEA drug-money laundering operations revealed in an explosive New York Times article late last year.

“While the quality of the involvement of the CIA and other security agencies may be debatable, it is impossible to excise the blame from America,” noted an analysis about the latest allegations published by Catholic Online. “If the CIA is part of the problem, then it will only be one more sign of the corruption and evil that pervades American and Mexican politics and holds hostage millions of innocents.”

Some 50,000 people have died just in recent years as part of Mexico’s U.S. government-backed “war on drugs,” and anger south of the border continues to build. But even as Latin American leaders openly debate legalization and threaten to defect from the controversial “war,” the Obama administration has promised to continue showering taxpayer money on regimes that expand the battle.

Meanwhile, as the bloodshed continues to spiral out of control, the U.S. border remains virtually wide open on purpose, according to experts. And despite tens of billions spent on the endless “war,” numerous analyses indicate that the flow of illegal drugs into America is actually growing — not to mention consumption. By contrast, Portugal, which legalized all drugs about a decade ago, has seen declining rates of addiction, drug abuse, and crime.

In the United States, pressure is still growing on both sides of the aisle to reform or end the unconstitutional federal drug war once and for all, with polls showing rapidly declining support among voters. Over a dozen states have already nullified some unconstitutional federal statutes on marijuana as well. How long the “war” will go on, however, may depend on the federal government’s ability to continue borrowing funds to wage it. 

Related articles:
 
Reports: CIA Working with Mexican Drug Cartels

Calderon: U.S. Officials Involved in Drug Trade

Mexican Drug Trafficker Says He Worked With Feds

CIA Lies and Other Redundancies

Trafficker: U.S. Feds Aided Mexican Drug Cartel

“Drug Lords” Targeted in Fast & Furious Worked for FBI

Congress Probes DEA Drug Money Laundering Scheme

Outrage Grows After U.S. Drug War Kills More Honduran Women, Children

Obama Backs Mexico’s Failed ‘War on Drugs’

The Other Unconstitutional War

Feds Purposely Keeping U.S. Borders Wide Open, Experts Say

CIA Has Become “One Hell of a Killing Machine,” Official Says

CIA Agents Involved in Peru Homicide of American Woman and Baby Given “Slap on the Wrist”

Liberian War Lord and Dictator Worked With CIA

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