Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) thinks that the best way to clean up the FBI is to move FBI’s headquarters out of Washington D.C. to Huntsville, Alabama – which the FBI itself refers to as “its second headquarters”.
See article in the Wall Street Journal 7/11/2023 titled Republican Eyes Sweet Home for New FBI Headquarters in Alabama article 11 of 53.
The decision maker as to where the new FBI headquarters will be located has invited all stakeholders to have their “say” in the decision process. The General Service Administration (GSA) is the entity which will make the decision where the new FBI headquarters will be located. The GSA has been looking lately at sites in Virginia and Maryland.
Many thousands of American voters have been harmed by the ‘take care of Democrat’ leanings and decisions made by the top echelon of the FBI.
All voters are “stakeholders” who can and should have a say where the new FBI headquarters will be located.
President Trump successfully moved the federal agency which oversees federal lands out of Washington D.C. Get closer to what you are actually overseeing was Trump’s thinking.
So what does the FBI do and – based on what it does – (investigate crimes) where should its headquarters be located?
Look on its home page: The FBI investigates all sorts of crime which affect Americans of all ages and walks of life.
One crime the FBI investigates –which affects all Americans accessing the internet — is cyber theft.
A recent 6/20/20223 example of cyber-theft: A consumer (myself) buys a fake digital $99.99 year subscription to the Wall Street Journal, pays the seller MagazinesOnSale.com with Pay Pal, but the digital subscription is not delivered to the consumer (myself) who cannot contact the seller (telephone 332-236-9347) to get their $99.99 money back because Contact Info (help@magazinesOnSale.com) is fake.I did report cyber-theft the the FBI on their cyber-theft website: https;//www.ic3.gov
As of today 7/11/23: MagazinesOnSale.com offers via the internet a fraudulent one year digital subscription to the Wall Street Journal for a mere $39.99. Don’t buy it! June 20, 2023 I paid $99.99 for said subscription which was never delivered to me.
The ic3.gov site for providing cyber-theft information to the FBI is very easy and quick to use but — typical government –not easy for the consumer to make a copy of their own report.
At the end of filing the ic3.gov site says PRINT a copy NOW as this is your only chance to have a copy of your report.
To be CONSUMER friendly the FBI ic3.gov site should provide a way for consumers to E-Mail a copy to themselves. Taxpayer/ citizens who report using I-phone — which do not necessarily have Print capability –cannot make a copy of what they are reporting to the FBI.
Not to know what you have told the FBI can be quite problematic for people should the FBI want to ‘get you’ which they have done to a number of well known persons.
Yes — the FBI should change their ic3.gov site so that you and I can easily keep a hard copy of what we report to the FBI. Right?
written 711/23 by Cameron Jackson firstname.lastname@example.org