During a recent House Oversight Committee hearing, Representative Clay Higgins from Louisiana (R-LA) had a conversation with General Services Administration Administrator Robin Carnahan regarding financial matters concerning the FBI. Specifically, Mr. Higgins inquired about the funding allocated for the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the estimated costs related to the proposed construction of a new headquarters for this important law enforcement agency. The discussion highlighted concerns about budgetary expenditures and their potential impact on the agency’s overall functioning and effectiveness, providing a platform for exploring how best to allocate resources towards enhancing national security and maintaining public safety in the United States.
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Clay Higgins is absolutely correct. Before he came to congress, he was a veteran law enforcement officer.
Most of the employees of the DoJ should go to prison. The ones “following orders” need to go to prison with their “leaders”.
Some people fear Donald Trump receiving a second term because they have broken the law. The fear of these people going to prison for a long time is mind-boggling and this is why they are trying to do everything in their power to keep Donald Trump out of the White House.