Republicans have an FBI smoking gun that will change everything for Donald Trump
The FBI spent six years staging multiple witch hunts to get Donald Trump.
But now Republicans are in a position to expose the truth.
And Republicans have an FBI smoking gun that will change everything for Donald Trump.
The FBI’s anti-conservative political bias became a key issue after armed agents stormed into Donald Trump’s home as part of a document storage dispute.
The FBI trying to get Donald Trump on mishandling classified information followed a series of Bureau-led witch hunts into Trump – most famously the Russian collusion hoax – that fizzled out into nothing.
Now Americans are learning that the FBI’s anti-Trump activities were just the tip of the iceberg on the Bureau working on behalf of the Democrat Party.
Ohio Congressman Jim Jordan signed a letter to FBI executive assistant director of the Human Resources branch Jennifer Moore accusing the Bureau of retaliation against agents who held conservative political views.
“During the course of this investigation, we have received protected whistleblower disclosures that the FBI is engaging in a ‘purge’ of employees with conservative views by revoking their security clearances and indefinitely suspending these employees,” Jordan wrote, adding that “many of the formal notices” were signed by Moore.
“As we informed Director Christopher Wray, we take whistleblower retaliation seriously and we therefore require that you appear for a transcribed interview as soon as possible,” Jordan added.
Many of the whistleblowers came forward after Attorney General Merrick Garland ordered the FBI to investigate parents who protested at school board meetings as domestic terrorists.
Whistleblowers told the Washington Times that top FBI officials forced them to invent nonexistent domestic terrorist investigations to match Joe Biden’s rhetoric that supposed “white supremacist extremists” were the greatest threat facing to the United States.
The FBI denied targeting conservative agents for retaliation.
“The FBI does not target or take adverse action against employees for exercising their First Amendment rights or for their political views; to allege otherwise is false and misleading,” an FBI spokesperson said in a statement to Fox News. “The FBI is required to follow established policies and procedures, to include a thorough investigation, when suspending or revoking a security clearance.”
But this is not true.
The FBI suspended and marched veteran agent Stephen Friend out of the Florida field office after he questioned the constitutionality and necessity of raiding the home of a January 6 suspect.
Many Americans now believe the FBI is biased to the core and that serious reforms – or even breaking up the Bureau – is necessary.