Now that we know that our law enforcement agencies can find ANYONE if they really want to (i.e. January 6th) with videos, warrantless searches, cell phone pings, etc., we are left with questions about why certain cases HAVEN’T been solved yet.

Does the FBI and others in law enforcement and the government really want these cases solved? My guess is no, for various reasons. But you can decide for yourself…


Nary is the word on this investigation as of late. The most recent information I have found on the case is from June and it concerns information that Republicans have released on the case. This case involves the pipe bombs that were placed on January 5th (before “insurrection day”) near the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and Republican National Committee (RNC) which the FBI is supposedly doggedly investigating.

Testimony in the Republicans’ release shows that Steven D’Antuono, former Assistant Director in Charge of the FBI Washington Field Office (WFO), doesn’t even know if the FBI interviewed the person who discovered the pipe bomb at the DNC. With surveillance video of the perpetrator (not to mention other video in the area), this case should be a slam dunk easy peasy case to solve. But it still hasn’t been.

Talk show host Dan Bongino has questioned what the FBI is hiding numerous times on his radio show. The website “Revolver” has asked the FBI to release ALL of the surveillance footage and says they are hiding critical footage of the pipe bomber.

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And why didn’t they catch the suspect through their Geo-fence cell phone records when the dude was basically the only guy on the street at that time? They certainly were able to do that with the Jan. 6th insurrectionists even with thousands of cell phones being operated at the same time. Oh yeah… D’Antuono says that the telecom company lost the data for that place and time. Yeah, right.


Mass murderer Stephan Paddock, opened fire on a crowd attending a country music festival on the Las Vegas strip on October 1, 2017. He fired more than 1,000 bullets, killing 60 people and wounding more than 400. He killed himself after the shootings. It’s the deadliest mass shooting by a single gunman in the history of the United States but somehow the FBI hasn’t been able to find the “official” motive for the shootings. Yeah, right. No one believes that.


Surveillance footage, visitor logs, cell phone data…Apparently the Secret Service is unable to detect a security breach in the White House. After a whole week or so of “investigating” the cocaine that was found in the White House, they threw up their hands and gave up the search. Nothing to see here, folks.


Seth Rich, an employee of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), was the man many think was responsible for the leaked DNC emails in 2016 that went to Wikileaks. Since this Wikileaks thing was all part of the Democrats’ BS narrative about “Russian interference” in the 2016 election, I don’t think that any of us think that we’re getting the true story about Richs’ murder. Certainly, we don’t believe that the murder being involved with the email leak has been debunked” by any trusted Obama intelligence agency officials or Robert Mueller who said it was Russian hackers.

Rich ended up dead, after being shot in the back during what the police called an “attempted robbery.” But WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange suggested that Rich might have had a role in the emails and offered a reward for information about his murder. Assange said, “Whistleblowers go to significant efforts to get us material, and often very significant risk. There’s a 27-year-old who works for the DNC, who was shot in the back, murdered.”


The Supreme Court isn’t much more secure than the White House it seems. You can get things in AND out of both if you choose. In this case, someone at the Supreme Court leaked the decision on the Dobbs decision (which overturned Roe v. Wade) ahead of time. However, the Supreme Court (or whoever is investigating) hasn’t been able to determine who leaked a draft of Justice Samuel Alito’s opinion.

Somehow they haven’t been able to figure out which of the 82 people who had access to the draft opinion was responsible – regardless of their interviews and any forensic computer analysis (if they even bothered with that).

So… incompetence or corruption and cover-ups? You decide.