FBI whistleblowers drop Jan 6 bombshells

Most of the media is either ignoring or trying to “debunk” what was said because they’re nothing more than propagandists for the Democrat Party, but on Thursday three FBI whistleblowers testified in front of the House Judiciary Committee.

Of the multitudes of bombshells unveiled during the hearing, one bombshell from the hearing was the discovery that FBI agents were present at the Jan. 6th riot, despite testimony to the contrary from FBI Director Chris Wray.


The clip shows Gaetz questioning whistleblower Marcus Allen.

“Mr. Allen, is it your belief that you were retaliated against because you shared an email that questioned the truthfulness of FBI Director Christopher Wray? And you believed that he wasn’t truthful based on testimony given to the United States Senate?” he said.

“And in that testimony to the Senate, you believe that Christopher Wray indicated that there were no confidential informants and no FBI assets that were present at the Capitol on Jan. 6th, that were part of the violent right?” he added.

Allen answered yes to all these questions. Gaetz then played a clip of an FBI agent from the Washington field office evidently telling someone from the bureau’s Boston office that there may have been confidential informants at the Jan. 6th riot. After playing the clip, the GOP lawmaker took up the microphone again.

“So Mr. Allen, you got retaliated against for saying the very thing the Washington field office was telling Boston, when the Boston field office was saying we’re not going to go and investigate people that just showed up at a rally without sufficient criminal predicate,” he said.

“The Washington field office told Boston, you know what, we can’t give you the evidence because it might disclose the very CIs and UCs you’re concerned about,” he added.

Gaetz then turned his attention to another whistleblower, Garret O’Boyle, and asked him whether he’d ever been pressured by the bureau to do anything.

“They tried to get me to serve out a federal grand jury subpoena when there was no proper predicate to do so,” O’Boyle replied, after which Gaetz started speaking again.

“And the reason there was no predicate was because it was based on an anonymous tip, right? And time and again, the Washington field office was trying to pressure you without corroboration to go start processes on people, isn’t that right?” he said.

“And so while I agree that Jan. 6th was a violent day … violence on Jan. 6th doesn’t justify weaponizing the government against people who were innocent and did nothing wrong,” he added.

People like this gentleman here:

“Too many in the FBI aren’t willing to sacrifice the hard right over the easy wrong. They see what becomes of whistleblowers — how the FBI destroys their careers, suspends them under false pretenses, takes away their security clearances and pay with no true options for real recourse or remedy,” O’Boyle reportedly said during his opening statement.

“This is by design. It creates an Orwellian atmosphere that silences opposition and discussion,”  he added.


During another part of the hearing, a third whistleblower, Steve Friend, testified that the FBI is “incentivized to work against the American people and is in dire need of drastic reform.”

“Friend, a former FBI agent working out of Florida, had his security clearance suspended in September 2022 for objecting to using a SWAT team to arrest a subject whom the FBI said was at the Capitol illegally on January 6. Friend, in a previous interview … said the force was unnecessary against an individual who had committed a misdemeanor offense,” according to CNN.

“Friend filed a whistleblower complaint to the Justice Department inspector general and a claim with the US Office of Special Counsel following his suspension, the function of which is to protect federal employees making whistleblower complaints. His claims were eventually rejected by both entities,” CNN notes.

Listen to Friend’s full testimony below:

And finally, below is Allen’s full testimony:

Vivek Saxena


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