Monday, June 4, 2018
Newsflash: FBI Agents Don't Do'Trick Dancing With Guns! (Or Trick Dancing,Period!)
Idiot FBI agent tries to show off dance moves and drops his gun - which then goes off and hits a bystander when he tries to grab it.
In a sickening spectacle of stupidity yesterday, we beheld an "off duty FBI agent" doing a dance trick at a Denver night club when the idiot's gun fell out of his pocket. He then quickly tried to retrieve it, realizing his rank imbecility, and it went off - hitting a bystander in the leg. Do effing morons like this joker really exist in the FBI? Even now when the agency is under so much scrutiny from the Dotard claimed "spygate" nonsense and double dealing with the Steele Dossier.
In the words of former agent Ron Hosko:
"This is an unintended, unwelcome black eye for the FBI"
Indeed, and it has almost the same level of deplorable optics as CDC personnel losing track of anthrax, smallpox and other bugs several years ago. It shows, in other words, a clown car picture that is the farthest thing from a serious, sober investigative entity. You can see the clown in action here:
FBI officials Sunday declined to discuss what happened just after midnight Saturday morning at Mile High Spirits, 2201 Lawrence St., and they have not identified the agent. But he’s been seen on a 32-second video clip dancing like a drunken monkey in front of appreciative onlookers and performing a back flip. Then we behold a muzzle flash as he grabs his fallen pistol, and Voila! - a spectator gets hit in the leg and has to be rushed to the ER.
Hopefully, the FBI clown dancer is prepared to pay for the wounded guy's hospital bills. As a source of embarrassment to the agency this incident - which has now been seen by millions - is literally unparalleled. The fact a goofball agent isn't even capable of keeping his firearm secured is indeed one of the most glaring unforced PR errors ever.
Needless to say, this buffoon merits no second chances and he needs to be fired from the agency, cut loose like a diseased dog, asap. He is no longer worth the price of the liability he is. And that's assuming he now doesn't face charges by local (Denver) authorities for his reckless act. At the least, wanton discharge of a weapon in a public place, despite being an "accident".
Naturally, FBI officials declined to reveal any policy governing off-duty agents who carry guns. But it seems to this observer that if the agency is rational and adheres to a sober policy, it absolutely forbids off duty agents doing trick dancing while packing heat. Just my opinion, I could be wrong.