Whistleblower: FBI faking case origins to make domestic violent extremism appear more widespread, no longer investigating child sexual abuse cases


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WASHINGTON, DC- It’s all a matter of priorities. According to a number of media outlets not named CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times, or the Washington Post, FBI whistleblowers are accusing the agency of pulling FBI agents from child abuse and child exploitation cases to chase around the ghosts of alleged domestic violent extremists.

American Military News reports that a number of FBI whistleblowers are accusing the Biden administration and the Department of Justice of exaggerating the threat from “white supremacists” in the U.S. and in doing so pressuring agents to fabricate cases of domestic terrorism where none exist.

“The demand for white supremacy vastly outstrips the supply of white supremacy,” one agent told the Washington Times, speaking on condition of anonymity.

Moreover, a number of current and former FBI agents professed similar sentiments and said FBI leadership is pressuring agents to create domestic terrorism cases and address individuals as “white supremacists.”

How bad is it?

“We have more people assigned to investigate white supremacists than we can actually find,” the agent said.

He said that officials “have already determined that white supremacy is a problem” and has implemented an FBI policy to prioritize racially motivated domestic extremism, even where none exist.

“We are sort of the lapdogs of the actual agents doing these sort of investigations, trying to find a crime to fit otherwise First Amendment-protected activities,” he said.

“If they have a Gadsden Flay, and they own guns and the are mean at school board meetings, that’s probably a domestic terrorist,” he said, clearly tongue in cheek.

As expected, the FBI denies the allegations because clearly, the agency is squeaky clean and would never make anything up, such as maybe a Russia collusion hoax. Never happen. Nor would they spend tens of millions of dollars targeting individuals who walked around the US Capitol grounds on January 6, 2021. Again, never happen. The preeminent US law enforcement agency, the FBI.

According to an agency spokesperson, the FBI denies any kind of political bias (like targeting a former president who is the likely political opponent of the current one), saying it only targets those “who commit or intend to commit violence and criminal activity that constitutes a federal crime or poses a threat to national security.”

“The FBI aggressively investigates threats posed by domestic violent extremists,” an FBI spokesperson said. “We do not investigate ideology [like Mike Lindell or Peter Navarro] and we do not investigate particular cases based on the political views of the individuals involved [like Roger Stone]. The FBI will continue to pursue threats or acts of violence [like parents at school board meetings] regardless of the underlying motivation or sociopolitical goal.”

Last year, Biden announced his “National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism,” a so-called “first-of-its-kind, four-pillared approach to improve how domestic terrorism is defined, identified and combated.” [emphasis added]

The primary aim of the strategy is to “target those with racist or anti-government ideology, which the administration said is espoused by domestic terrorists.”

Racist? Like Joy Reid? Elie Mystal? Maxine Waters maybe?

The FBI’s sudden focus on “domestic violent extremism” is being used to paint the January 6 US Capitol breach as something other than what it was in a clear attempt to placate the January 6 kangaroo court otherwise known as a Congressional inquiry.

According to a letter sent from House Judiciary Committee Republicans to FBI Director Christopher Wray, they allege that the agency is manipulating how case files related to the January 6 incident are maintained “in order to create a false and misleading narrative that domestic violent extremism is increasing around the country.”

According to the letter, whistleblowers have said that the Washington Field Office (WFO) of the FBI has changed how cases are originated to “overstate the national threat.”

In essence, cases would normally be “characterized and labeled by the originating field office,” which in this case would be Washington, DC. After that, leads are “cut” to other field offices in order to get assistance from that geographic location.

The whistleblower says “the FBI has not followed regular procedure” where the January 6 cases are concerned, “which should all be officially led by the WFO and categorized as WFO cases.” That however is not being done. The whistleblower agent explained:

Instead, task force members in Washington, D.C. identify “potential subjects” and possible locations where these individuals reside. The task force disseminates information packets with instructions to open full investigations to [local] Field Offices around the country. As such, if a subject lives in Dallas, the Dallas Field Office is expected to open the case…

In other words, to boost the illusion that domestic violent extremism, in this case concerning the “insurrection” on January 6, is of national concern, the FBI is having cases assigned to local field offices only on paper while the WFO is still directing the investigations. In other words, smoke and mirrors.

The whistleblower went on to tell House Republicans that the WFO’s deviation from established practices embellishes the threat from domestic violent extremists nationwide:

The manipulative casefile practice creates false and misleading crime statistics. Instead of hundreds of investigations stemming from a single, black swan incident at the Capitol, FBI and DOJ officials point to significant increases in domestic violent extremism and terrorism around the United States.

Remember…this is the most “transparent administration in history.”

In other words, the FBI is trying to, according to Judiciary Committee Republicans, creating “the illusion that threats from DVE are present in jurisdictions across the nation, when in reality they all stem from the same related investigation concerning actions at the Capitol on January 6. Such an artificial case categorization scheme allows FBI leadership to misleadingly point to ‘significant’ increases in DVE threats nationwide.”

They wrote these allegations mesh with disclosures from other whistleblowers that front-line agents are being forced “to categorized cases as DVE matters to fit a political narrative.”

More disturbing beside the agency playing fast and loose with statistics is the fact whistleblowers also told lawmakers that the “FBI is sacrificing its other important federal law-enforcement duties to pursue January 6 investigations.”

According to the whistleblower, he was “told that child sexual abuse material investigations were no longer an FBI priority and should be referred to local law enforcement agencies.”

Committee Republicans wrote that “such a posture is not only a dereliction of the FBI’s mission to investigate violations of federal laws, but it is a grave disservice to the victims of child sexual abuse and other crimes that do not advance the FBI leadership’s political agenda.”

So, do you have that? The FBI leadership is more interested in targeting political opponents of the Biden regime for trespassing on US Capitol grounds on January 6 than they are in finding child molesters, traffickers, and sexual assaulters.

Given the Biden administration’s appetite for killing children in the womb, allowing them to be mauled and disfigured due to their obsession with the trans ideology, and brainwashing them in school to believe America is a terrible country, this last revelation is hardly surprising.


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WASHINGTON, DC- For anyone who has been paying attention, the FBI has been on a downward spiral for years. That spiral has been exacerbated under the Biden administration and the apparent feckless head of the Department of Justice, Attorney General Merrick Garland.

Now, it is coming out that the agency—formerly regarded as the preeminent law enforcement agency in the world—is engaged in a purge of employees who hold conservative viewpoints, whistleblowers have told House Judiciary Committee Republicans.

The Washington Examiner reports that ranking member of the committee, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) drafted a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray this week containing allegations related to the January 6 Capitol “insurrection,” the most bogus insurrection in the history of the world.

 “In one such example, the FBI targeted and suspended the security clearance of a retired war servicemember who had disclosed personal views that the FBI was not being entirely forthcoming about the events of January 6.

The FBI questioned the whistleblower’s allegiance to the United States despite the fact the whistleblower honorably served in the United States military for several years—including deployments in Kuwait and Iraq—valiantly earning multiple military commendation medals,” a press release for the letter read.

“In addition, another whistleblower, who has since left the FBI, has informed us that faced retaliation for criticizing the FBI in an anonymous survey circulated by the [REDACTED] to employees following January 6.

The FBI allegedly escalated an adverse personnel action against this employee after [REDACTED] commented on the survey, which sought feedback about the [REDACTED] actions ‘during the recent crisis/command post’ event. The employee, too, was never disciplined or reprimanded until after [REDACTED] criticized the FBI,” the letter continues.

The Examiner notes that names of the former officials have been redacted, however Jordan said that multiple “whistleblowers have called it a ‘purge’ of FBI employees holding conservative views.” Jordan reminded Wray that “whistleblower disclosures to Congress are protected by law and that we will not tolerate any effort to retaliate against whistleblowers for their disclosures.”

It was reported that House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) and Justice Department IG Michael Horowitz were also sent copies.

In addressing the allegations, Jordan identified a previous letter, sent May 6, which outlines allegations of the FBI suspending security clearances of bureau employees for their participation in protected First Amendment activities, and said the FBI failed to respond or provide a requested briefing.

Wray has defended the FBI against claims from those on the right to claim political bias in the bureau’s investigations into the Capitol siege and the bureau’s handling of an intelligence report one day before the Capitol incident took place.

Appearing on “The Ingraham Angle” on Fox News Tuesday, Jordan told host Laura Ingraham that a total of six FBI officials have approached the committee, two of those related to the controversial school board memo circulated by Garland late last year and four related to the January 6 incident.

“We are conducting oversight to ensure the FBI is not retaliating against FBI employees for exercising their First Amendment rights and engaging in disfavored political speech,” Jordan wrote in the letter.

“We reiterate our earlier requests for your personal assurance that the FBI will cooperate fully with the Department of Justice’s Office of Inspector General’s examination of these matters and for a briefing on the FBI’s purge of employees holding disfavored viewpoints,” Jordan added.

The Washington Examiner said they reached out to the FBI for comment, however none was received. The letter came as the January 6 inquisition committee was scheduled to start their made for television extravaganza this week.


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WASHINGTON, D.C.- According to a report from Fox Metro News, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” where he broke the news that DNC law firm Perkins Coie has an “FBI workspace” in its D.C offices. On Twitter, Gaetz wrote:

“BREAKING: In response to a letter sent by Rep. Matt Gaetz and @Jim_Jordan, Perkins Coie, the legal arm of the DNC and Hilary Clinton, admits they have been operating an FBI workspace in their Washington, D.C. office since 2012.”

According to reports, Gaetz said that he and Jordan received information that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has maintained a secure work environment inside Perkins Coie. This is the same law firm that Michael Sussmann used to be a partner at. Gaetz said:

“The Democrat Party’s law firm, the law firm that received $42 million from the Democratic Party has this co-located workspace that they operate in concert with the FBI. Why in the world would that be the case? Why would Christopher Wray allow this to continue?”

He added:

“Then you would also have to ask yourself why in the last 12 months was the person on behalf of Perkins Coie operating that worksite, Michael Sussmann himself? … What reason would there be for that and what leverage would the Perkins law firm have over the FBI give this work they are doing together? …”

Fox News reported that on Tuesday, May 31st, a jury found Michael Sussmann not guilty of making a false statement to the FBI in September of 2016 when he said he was not working on behalf of any client.

Two weeks of trial and over a day of deliberations led the jury to find that Special Counsel John Durham’s team had not proven beyond a reasonable doubt that Sussmann’s statement was a lie. In remarks following the verdict, Sussmann said that he had been falsely accused. He said:

“I told the truth to the FBI and the jury clearly recognized this in their unanimous verdict to day. I’m grateful to the members of the jury for their careful thoughtful service. Despite being falsely accused I believe that justice ultimately prevailed in my case.”


Durham released his own statement, expressing his office’s disappointment in the verdict:

“While we are disappointed in the outcome, we respect the jury’s decision and thank them for their service. I also want to recognize and thank the investigators and the prosecution team for their dedicated efforts in seeking truth and justice in this case.”

While speaking with Gaetz, Carlson was blown away by the special arrangement between the FBI and the Democrat law firm. Carlson asked Gaetz, who is a lawyer:

“This is not normal, correct?”

Gaetz responded by saying:

“I have spoken to former federal prosecutors on the Judiciary Committee and throughout the country, and I’ve not heard any describe a relationships like this with a private law firm. And especially because Michael Sussmann was an election lawyer! Why in the world would an election lawyer be operating out of this facility in this way?”

He added:

“Our concern is that politically motivated dirt was being converted into politically motivated investigations. That’s why Jim Jordan and I are making demands for answers from Christopher Wray immediately.”

Gaetz said that it is his hope that the facility will soon be shut down. He added:

“The Democrat party shouldn’t have this special access, this special portal to the FBI, especially knowing what we do now – that they were often trying to take this opposition research and use that for law enforcement counterintelligence purposes.”

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Newly released notes show FBI in panic after Trump revealed he knew about Obama spying

May 15th, 2022

WASHINGTON, DC- Newly released notes taken by officials within the Department of Justice in 2017 show a high level of panic among members of the FBI after former President Donald Trump revealed he knew he and his campaign were being spied on, a report in the Epoch Times says.

According to newly released notes taken by high-ranking DOJ officials during a March 6, 2017, meeting with FBI leadership, there was a high level of concern about Trump finding out and it revealed the level of effort taken by the FBI to cover up its spying on the 2016 Trump campaign.

The notes were released in conjunction with the upcoming trial of former Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann, requested by his attorneys as part of efforts to clear him on charges of lying to the FBI. Unfortunately for Sussmann, the notes appear to do little to aid in his defense, however, provide a great deal of information about the FBI.

The meeting referenced in the notes occurred only two days after a March 4, 2017, tweet in which Trump accused former President Barack Obama of wiretapping Trump Tower. That led to panic within FBI leadership, uncertain if Trump was blowing smoke or indeed had information about the Obama administration’s efforts to tie him into the Russian collusion allegations.

By that time, leadership within the FBI already were aware that the Trump-Russia collusion claims were a hoax. They further knew that the Clinton campaign had a scheme to portray Trump as a Putin-favoring stooge. Further, the FBI was well aware that the Steele dossier, the primary source of allegations against Trump which tried to paint a collusion scheme, was bogus.

By the date of that March 6, 2017, meeting, the FBI had already been interrogating Steele’s primary sub-source, Igor Danchenko, for three days. Danchenko debunked almost every allegation made within the Steele dossier.

In addition, the FBI knew that another story, that involving a Russian bank, Alfa Bank, in which a story was leaked claiming a server at Trump Tower was in communication with that institution, information that was brought to the FBI by Sussmann. In sum, the FBI knew that all claims of Russia collusion involving Trump had been shown to be false.

The whole narrative began to collapse on the FBI on March 4, 2017, when Trump made the claim that he knew Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower, doing so in public which set off alarm bells within the FBI and DOJ leadership. In fact, that tweet got leadership’s attention to the point it was a dominant topic at a meeting two days later, a meeting which included FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and the acting U.S. attorney general, Dana Boente.

The whole thing presented something of a quandary for the FBI, since they had no idea how much Trump in fact knew about what had been occurring within the agency. Only a day earlier, radio talk show host Mark Levin reported the Obama administration had obtained Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) warrants what involved Trump and several of his campaign advisers.


Levin also reported that an off-the-cuff joke Trump offered in July 2016—“Russia, if you’re listening I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing”—had become the basis for the Russia collusion accusations. Those 30,000 emails referred to the “missing” emails from Hillary Clinton’s server.

However seeking bogus FISA warrants wasn’t all the FBI was involved in. They were also actively spying on the Trump campaign and the incoming Trump administration’s transition communications, information that was revealed in the new notes. They revealed not only had the FBI spied on FBI campaign adviser Carter Page, but had also spied on another aide, George Papadopoulos, which included getting him over to London in order to set him up in an elaborate sting.

The scheme also involved false accusations fomented by Sussmann that Trump was using a version of a “burner” phone—a Russian Yota phone. Also, a man named Rodney Joffe, a tech executive with deep ties to the FBI who was using access to non-public data to spy on Trump at both the Trump Tower and at the White House.

The March 6 meeting was focused on Trump’s tweet, with McCabe saying the FBI was trying to find out what was behind the president’s tweets.

The notes were taken by three officials of the DOJ—Tashina Gauhar, Mary McCord, and Scott Schools. The release of the notes came about because one showed McCabe saying that McCabe stated Sussmann represented clients when he brought the Alfa Bank allegations forward to the FBI. Sussmann told the FBI he didn’t represent anyone, but was only acting as a “good Samaritan.” That lie is what led to Sussmann’s indictment.

It is unknown if the notes will help Sussmann; however the notes were written six months after Sussmann told the FBI the opposite, amounting to hearsay evidence.

However Sussmann ignored the more damning pages of notes which show the true extent of the FBI’s panic over Trump’s tweet. It appears, the Epoch Times reports, that FBI leadership’s first reaction was to tell the acting attorney general a plethora of lies about their investigation.

The scheme went so far as the FBI attempting to trump up the veracity of Steele’s dossier, referring to it as “Crown reporting,” giving the appearance it was official UK government intelligence. The truth was, most of it was information made up by Steele and Danchenko, which the FBI was already well aware of.

The notes also show that former FBI agent Peter Strzok had lied to his DOJ superiors about what led to the Australian ambassador, Alexander Downer, to come forward to the FBI with information relative to his meeting with Papadopolous.

The FBI has long claimed it was Downer who initiated the Trump-Russia investigation; however the newly released notes seem to lay that as false. In fact, the notes show Strzok claiming it was Trump’s joke about Russia about Russia discovering Clinton’s emails that triggered Downer. The truth is, however, that Downer came forward before Trump made the joke.

Another lie perpetrated by the FBI in which they deceived the DOJ regarding the Carter Page FISA warrant was where they claimed it was “fruitful” when in fact it was nothing of the sort, and the FBI knew it, with the Justice Department Inspector General finding “significant errors” in the applications.

The FBI also appears to have tried to misrepresent and further the Alfa Bank allegations claiming that the Trump Organization had solicited Alfa Bank, when in fact the FBI knew within days of Sussmann giving them the Alfa Bank information that it was bogus.

As of Sept 23, 2016, the FBI’s IT team had rendered the Alfa Bank allegations false. Instead of acknowledging that, the FBI kept the Alfa Bank story alive through misrepresenting the allegations.

All of these facts—exculpatory in nature—were not only kept from interim DOJ officials but FBI leadership attempted to prop up the facts in order to give the appearance of a strong case against Trump even though they knew no such case existed.

The inside DC swamp apparatus immediately went into action the day after Trump’s tweet, with former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper going on state-TV CNN and claimed there was “no wiretap activity mounted against the President-elect at the time, or as a candidate, or against his campaign.

Ten days later on March 15, 2017, then-FBI Director James Comey briefed leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) about the FISA application for Carter Page, which FBI leadership believed Trump knew about. Simultaneously, Comey began briefing the so-called Gang of Eight in Congress regarding the Page FISA.

Less than a week later, Clapper reversed course, suddenly going from denying the existed of spying on the Trump campaign to denying abuse of the FISA process.

That same date, Comey testified before Congress and acknowledged the existence of the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation into the Trump campaign.

All of this—the bogus schemes hatched by the FBI and Obama intelligence officials—led to the appointment of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, which derailed the first two to three years of the Trump presidency, an investigation which turned up nothing.

While that delayed progress in finding the real perpetrators of the Russia collusion hoax and bringing them to justice, that will hopefully change with the Durham probe, with Sussmann possibly being the first in a line of dominoes to fall.

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