FBI Whistleblowers Expose Horrific Grievous Governmental Misconduct And Abuse Of AuthorityReader05/18/2023 (Thu) 22:42 Id: 1c6060No.21025del
FBI Whistleblowers Expose Horrific Grievous Governmental Misconduct And Abuse Of Authority
Three brave FBI whistleblowers, former Special Agents Garret O’Boyle and Steve Friend and Staff Operations Specialist Marcus Allen, all chose to speak in Thursday’s hearing led by the Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government, knowing they might suffer additional retaliatory action from the government. The three courageous men were suspended from the FBI and have been subjected to grievous retaliatory measures because they dared to tell the truth. According to the Committee’s Executive Summary, one other whistleblower, Supervisory Intelligence Analyst George Hill, has testified behind closed doors. Attorney Tristan Leavitt, President of Empower Oversight, also testified in the hearing. The entire hearing can be viewed here.
The whistleblower testimony comes on the heels of the Durham report, which shows egregious criminal politicalized misconduct in our federal agencies, including the FBI and the DOJ. Ironically, our justice system seems to have flipped on its head, with the good guys paying the price for their conscientious service while, at the same time, powerful individuals like FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland condone corrupt investigations and fail the American people.
Rep. Harriet Hageman’s (R, WY) hard-hitting statement captured the nature of the misconduct and the timeline that “fundamentally change[d] the FBI from a law enforcement body to an intelligence-driven one.” Hageman commented on testimony from retired FBI Special Agent Thomas Baker, who testified before the committee earlier in the year. Baker told committee members the FBI changed significantly after 9/11.
9/11, said Hageman was a “watershed moment,” which former FBI Director Robert Mueller exploited to significantly alter how the FBI and the DOJ would conduct their business. It was Mueller who decided to “fundamentally change the FBI from a law enforcement body to an intelligence-driven one.” Mueller’s decision, said Hageman, resulted in the “centralization of power in D.C and away from the country it serves.”
The government’s response to 9/11 was “tragic,” continued Hageman. From that point forward, the government became a weaponized machine that would “target not the terrorists but American citizens, which is where the FBI and the DOJ are at this point in time.” Hageman continued.
“The FBI and the DOJ used the FISA court to obtain illegitimate surveillance authority. They’ve targeted political campaigns with which they disagree. They have created a Russia, Russia, Russia hoax to cripple a duly elected president. They have targeted Catholics for exercising their faith. They’ve targeted parents for wanting to protect their children.”
“And then what? We can say, in short, is that the Eye of Sauron has turned inward, and it is burning with a white, hot intensity, an intensity that seeks to destroy everything in its path.”
“What I think we can say is that as the DOJ and FBI have become more political, they have amassed more power. And as they have amassed more power, they have become more political. This is a vicious cycle that must be stopped. To be blunt, the leadership of the FBI and the DOJ are corrupt. I will name names. Christopher Ray and Mary Garland are corrupt. They know it, we know it, and the American people know it.”