December 12, 2006, - 3:56 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Hmmm . . . his FBI refused to allow FBI Special Agent Harry Samit to look at Zacarias Moussaoui’s hard drive, despite gargantuan mounds of evidence he was a terrorist and that a hijacking plot was in the works. (Now, he’s ruining Samit’s career.)
Then, he personally wanted to give an FBI award to a “former” Palestinian terrorist (Imad Hamad), who was (and still is) a subject of several terrorism and immigration investigations by his own agency. (A column by me in the New York Post exposed this embarrassment and stopped the award.)
Now, failed, incompetent FBI Director Robert Mueller–the living monument to what Famous But Incompetent is all about–says he’s going to solve the Jimmy Hoffa disappearance.
We interrupt this post for extreme laughter:
We loved how he solved the Jimmy Hoffa disappearance, this past summer, digging up a barn (which we paid to rebuild), devoting tons of FBI personnel from offices nationwide, and wasting about $2 million plus in taxpayer money and resources. And Mueller promoted FBI Michigan Special Agent in Charge Daniel Roberts, the man, under whose “leadership” this happened, to Assistant Director of the FBI.
We look forward to the next time the FBI solves the Hoffa disappearance. And we’re taking bets on how much money will be wasted then, how many days ’til the agents give up.
So wait, Rumsfeld goes, but this nincompoop stays?! Huh?
Time for the FBI to give up on Jimmy Hoffa. And for Bush to give up on Robert S. Mueller.
Tags: Assistant Director, Bush, director, Extreme Delusional Fantasy, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Harry Samit, Imad Hamad, New York Post, Robert Mueller, Special Agent, terrorist, the New York Post, USD, Zacarias Moussaoui