Enemy Of The State? By Walrus.

“Enemy of the State” is a 1998 film starring Will Smith and Gene Hackman. The plot revolves around the efforts of the hero to discover and expose a rogue group of NSA agents who have killed a Congressman for interfering in their nefarious plans.

The villains are not very nice people, they cancel the hero – from Wiki: “ Posing as police officers, they arrive at Dean’s house wanting to search his recent purchases. When Dean refuses, they later plant surveillance devices in the house and tracking devices within Dean’s clothing. They disseminate false evidence implicating Dean of working for the mafia, money laundering, and having an affair with Rachel. The subterfuge destroys Dean’s life: he is fired, his bank accounts are frozen, and his wife, Carla, throws him out.”.

I wonder if something like this just happened to Rudy Guillani? His offence against the deep state starts with supporting President Trump.

From Zerohedge: “ Federal investigators in Manhattan executed a search warrant today on former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani’s Upper East Side apartment, according to the New York Times, whose three anonymous sources say is an escalation….

……… “Executing a search warrant is an extraordinary move for prosecutors to take against a lawyer, let alone a lawyer for a former president, and it marks a major turning point in the long-running investigation into Mr. Giuliani’s dealings in Ukraine.”

Comment: Isn’t it amazing how truth is often stranger than fiction? Why it’s almost as if the Biden Administration wants to send a message to the community that bad things happen to citizens who oppose it.



…But perhaps this is just fake news. After all, I wouldn’t want to be spreading stupid baseless conspiracy theories.

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15 Responses to Enemy Of The State? By Walrus.

  1. Pat Lang says:

    NSA does not have “agents.” The only thing they do is listen to foreign communications and signals.

    • kodlu says:

      My understanding of the plot was that a rogue NSA heavy (Deputy Director) runs an unauthorised op using essentially private contractors as the muscle, at the same time as using NSA sigint capabilities. He calls it a “training op” and is chastised by the director at the end once it all goes pear shaped, and the implication is that he is prosecuted.

  2. Deap says:

    Rudy’s offense was exposing Hunter Biden. This is what Biden’s “Return to Decency” looks like. Plus they need some headlines for tomorrow’s news after Biden’s SOTU address this evening.

    Will fan girl Nancy Pelosi ask Old Joe to sign her copy this time?

  3. Fred says:


    “just happened” naw, that’s been going on for some time. “Why it’s almost as if the Biden Administration wants to send a message to the community that bad things happen to citizens who oppose it.”

    Whatever gave you that idea? On a bright note regarding Ukraine, Hunter Biden will be teaching a course at Tulane.

    I bet that will keep the feds from looking into any China connections at the university.

  4. Peter+VE says:

    I shed no tears for Rudy. He made his big move into politics by leading the police riot against the Mayor of New York at the time, Dave Dinkins. As ye sow, so shall ye reap.

    • Le Comte says:

      The only Mayor worse than Dinkins is the present one, Bill de Blasio- born Warren Wilhelm Jr.

  5. Deap says:

    Teacher union K-12 busted in Missouri: Memo to teachers – don’t send your real curriculum home any longer. Go back to the good old days when parents never saw the indoctrination going on in the classroom.


  6. J says:

    Trump arch foe former prosecutor Andrew Weissmann is probably in the woodpile somewhere.

  7. Steve+G says:

    I guess we are all

  8. robt willmann says:

    Today the FBI also ran a search warrant probably at the residence of attorney Victoria Toensing, who previously had worked in the Justice Department and had been the chief counsel to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence beginning in late 1981, where she was involved in writing and negotiating the Intelligence Identities Protection Act. Apparently, the warrant was for her cellular phone only, and they did not search the residence where she lives with attorney Joe diGenova. He previously had been the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia and had been counsel to Senate committees. He prosecuted John Hinckley for the attempted assassination of President Reagan, and the Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard.

    Toensing and diGenova released a statement–
    “Ms Toensing is a former federal prosecutor and senior Justice Department official. She has always conducted herself and her law practice according to the highest legal and ethical standards. She would have been happy to turn over any relevant documents. All they had to do was ask. Ms. Toensing was informed that she is not a target of the investigation”.

    On the other hand, the FBI pawed through Rudy Giuliani’s apartment and office, and according to his son Andrew Giuliani, took almost everything that was not nailed down–

    Even the New York Times newspaper, in its cheesy style of innuendo, quoted Giuliani’s lawyer, Robert J. Costello, as saying that Rudy “had offered to answer prosecutors’s questions, except those regarding Mr. Giuliani’s privileged communications with the former president”.

    They are using the pretext of the Foreign Agents Registration Act of 1938–

    This is more of using criminal investigations for nefarious political purposes and intimidation.

  9. Polish Janitor says:

    To Florida then….I guess. A lot of people, and certain type of conservative elites along with high profile businesses are either moving out to Florida, (Palm Beach, specifically) willingly or because they see the state (and Texas?) as probably the only place where they could re-group and do whatever they want to do next. I think De Santis is doing a good of steering the state away from all the non-sense ‘woke’ stuff that is infecting NY city and most of the U.S., especially the recently-passed anti-riot act that that makes it illegal for the woke mob to loot and destroy every pillar of society it sees as fair game.

  10. Yeah, Right says:

    And odd move. If Hunter Biden was up to some, ahem, irregularities in the Ukraine then I would have thought that the last thing a smart Big Guy would want is for Dirty Deeds In The Ukraine to be the continued focus of media attention.

    Revenge is all well and good ‘n’ all that but wouldn’t it be smarter to nail Rudy’s hide to the wall over Something Else?

    But harassing him over an issue where you also have some skeletons in the closet seems a risky business.

    • J says:

      The DOJ and FBI headquarters have the mindset that they are a law unto themselves, and have trampled both individual citizens, and member states at their whim. Trump should have splintered them into a million pieces, and started from scratch. Wray and his bunch are an affront to those within who work their tales off every day trying to uphold our Constitution, Bill of Rights, and the rule of law.

  11. Leith says:

    Interesting that the US Attorney for the Southern District of New Yorkis the one that pushed the search warrant. That is Giuliani’s old job. Also, they tried to get the search warrant for Giuliani last year but it was apparently quashed by someone higher in DOJ in Wash DC.

    The lawyers for Dominion Voting Systems lawsuit against Giuliani are jumping for joy. They now have him between a rock (DOJ) and a hard place (Dominion’s lawsuit). He will not be able to claim the 5th in any testimony he gives in court or in a deposition in the civil matter.

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