Thursday, March 06, 2008

A Politician's Pleas To The FBI To Drop Its Investigation Of Roger Clemens Regarding Allegations Into His Use Of Steroids

It's not at all surprising that a politician would come out of left field (excuse the pun) to defend Clemens given Clemen's friendship with George W. Bush. Of course Bush himself could not do this for obvious reasons. And the FBI may have been quietly told by Bush to drop this investigation yet needed someone in the public eye in which to act as catalyst to sway public opinion in favor of its letting Clemens off the hook.

In any event it'll be interesting to see if the FBI acknowledges Congressman Weiner's plea and allows Roger to skate. In my opinion, the attack on Roger and other players such as Barry Bonds, Jason Giambi and Andy Pettitte has been used as a smokescreen in which to cover up much larger issues in the present day; specifically, those involving rampant and treasonous criminality within our own government. This superficial attack on the profession of baseball is not the first of such red herrings; nor will it be the last. And it is happening at a very convenient time for the US Congress, who has the most to gain through the use of such a diversionary tactic.

See an earlier post regarding the FBI's investigation into Roger Clemens here:

NY Lawmaker Urges FBI to Drop Clemens Probe, Saying Pitcher Has Suffered Enough

Mar 5, 4:48 PM (ET)
WASHINGTON (AP) - A Democratic congressman asked the FBI on Wednesday to drop its investigation of Roger Clemens because the pitching great had suffered enough from the probe into steroid use.

Rep. Anthony Weiner, a candidate for New York mayor in 2009, said the FBI is too busy with more important crimes to spend time trying to determine if the ex-Yankees pitcher lied to Congress about taking performance enhancing substances.

"Roger Clemens has been shamed."

See the rest of the article here:
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