OWEN SHROYER (INFOWARS HOST): Story developing right now: At the FBI office in Cincinnati, someone apparently fired shots and tried to break into the bureau. So oh, what do you know, Christopher Wray doesn't want to talk about the raid, but he does say I'm worried about threats to the FBI is what I'm worried about. I'm worried about the FBI. We're the heroes here and the victims, and then twelve hours later someone goes and tries to shoot up the Cincinnati FBI building. Now I don't -- initial reports is nobody's been shot. I don't think anybody's been killed or anything like that, but oh it's the FBI, they can spy on us, they can lie to us, they can set us up, they can frame us, they can raid a former president's home in a political persecution attack, but they're the victims, and then the next day, oh look, we got a shooter at the FBI in Cincinnati.
Now see, this is a very delicate balancing act that we're in right now because really the standard I think in human history has actually changed. We are in some ways, or we like to believe at least, that we as humanity are more civilized now than we've ever been before, and I think you could make arguments either way. But as far as being domesticated and really having certain primal survival instincts just beaten out of us and chemically castrated out of us, we're more civilized, or rather, domesticated in that regard. So why am I saying this? Well, you don't have to go back too long in human history where if you had a free people or a republic like you have here in America, and you just had an abusive, authoritarian, tyrannical regime that was persecuting people, imprisoning people, destroying their lives, killing people, I mean, you'd probably already be seeing violence consistently and groups forming and skirmishes and a lot of bloodshed in the streets and we're not getting that. And I'm glad, because we don't support that, because I do -- I do want to think that we're more civilized. I do want to think that we've advanced as a species. Not that being domesticated isn't advancement or evolution, but that transcending the need or the urge to engage in violence to accomplish a means to an end.
But so, is the FBI a terrorist organization? Is the FBI an anti-American organization? Is the FBI a criminal operation? Yes, yes, and yes. Absofrickinlutely. Now, does that mean the average FBI agent needs to be under gunfire from civilians? Absolutely not. But see, I'm not going to sit here and let the FBI turn itself into the victim. Hell no. The FBI is the bad guy. The FBI are the criminals.