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CNN’s David Gergen Says US Well-Served by Diligent FBI: Is He Mentally Ill?

from The Daily Bell:

How the FBI reached decision on Clinton investigation … Clinton forces should have only one hand clapping … So far as we can now tell, the country in this instance has been well served by a leader and an FBI that has been diligent, hard-working and fair … The FBI seems to have gotten this one right. –David Gergen, CNN

David Gergen, a senior political analyst for CNN and “White House adviser to four presidents,” has written an editorial explaining why the FBI’s decision not to prosecute Hillary was “diligent and fair.”

He also makes the point that Clinton forces should not be enthusiastic about the FBI’s decision because she “could still lose in the court of public opinion.”

Gergen has appeared to us to have a touch of mental illness about him ever since we saw him confronted by Alex Jones in a video about his Bohemian Grove affiliations back in 2006, HERE.

The “illness” manifests itself in an absolute lack of understanding – an almost pathological dissociation –  about how to respond to what Jones is asking.

First he attempts to defend the Grove and its loony rituals. Then he accuses Jones of being dishonorable for “trespassing.” Finally he lectures Jones in a furious tone about his journalistic ethics.

It is quite a show.

In this article,  Gergen seems calmer. But no more accurate.

Read More @ TheDailyBell.com

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1 comment to CNN’s David Gergen Says US Well-Served by Diligent FBI: Is He Mentally Ill?

  • Millicent

    Find the clip where Alez Jones asks Gergen if he was at Bohemian Grove… Gergen stops just short of grabbing him. Jones even flinches a little.

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