Duh! FBI Receives More Backlash After Taking 10 Months to Tell Us Alec Baldwin Pulled the Trigger in 'Rust' Set Shooting

Nick Kangadis | August 15, 2022
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In the aftermath of the FBI allegedly being used as a tool of Attorney General Merrick Garland’s DOJ to target political opponents of President Joe Biden’s regime, the bureau got to the bottom of another issue that absolutely no one needed clarification on.

The FBI concluded in a recent report that the on-set shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins “could not be made to fire without a pull of the trigger,” despite Baldwin claiming in December 2021 that he "didn't pull the trigger. The new report all but confirms that actor Alec Baldwin — accidentally or not — shot and killed Hutchins. 

No, really?! Next thing the FBI will tell us is that they did, in fact, conduct a search of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home in Palm Beach, Florida on August 8.

If only they could get to the bottom of things we actually want to learn more about — Las Vegas massacre, anyone?

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In response to the FBI’s Earth-shattering revelation, they received justifiable criticism — whether Garland likes the criticism or not — for it taking the agency nearly a year to come to the conclusion, as evidenced by the point raised in a tweet by Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh.

Legal analyst and YouTube personality Viva Frei also gave his two cents on the FBI report, wondering which member of the alphabet agency could’ve come up to such a difficult result.

As late stand-up comedian Greg Giraldo once said, “Thank God they got to the bottom of that.”

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