G. McConway
March 9, 2023

FBI Whistleblowers Send Shockwaves Through Conservative Community

Over the last year or so, whistleblowers inside the FBI have come forward to drop bombshells about the agency.

All of them have been disturbing, with the "tagging" of various conservatives as domestic terror threats being at the top of that list.

This weekend, that narrative became direr, as House Republicans released more testimony on the matter, reports Just the News.


Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) discussed the testimony on a recent podcast.

He stated, "If it's [targeting] parents, that's one thing. Traditional Catholics — okay, well, that's a concern too. But when it gets to be three, which is what we learned from a whistleblower when he said they were targeting pro-lifers, now we see a pattern, right? So it's parents, traditional Catholics, pro-lifers — all are wrong. Now it's a pattern."

FBI whistleblower Garret O'Boyle's testimony was released this weekend.

Agents were looking into pregnancy centers when it was pro-choice activists that were causing the most harm at the time.

The agent was told to talk to a pro-life informant about SCOTUS threats, and he testified, "I was like, why would this person know about those threats? He's pro-life. Like, he's not the one going and threatening the Supreme Court Justices."

He also documented a rather odd request to take one case that involved for people and divide the case into four separate ones. This, as we now know, was being done to pump up domestic terror stats.

O'Boyle stated, "It was one case, but the FBI had me open up four different cases, because they had me open a case for every individual that I had an articulable, factual basis that there may have been potential Federal law being violated."

After O'Boyle came forward, he was suspended by the FBI.

Jordan stated, "God bless him though for coming forward. They believe in the Constitution, they believe in the First Amendment. I actually think this is the biggest concern we have ... this attack on speech and this web of people ... this web of censorship is so scary.

"It's one of the things we're really going to try to focus on, on the committee ... as well as the double standard we see: One set of rules for the connected class; another set if you don't have the right political views."

Since the whistleblowers came forward, they have been under a relentless attack by Democrats, as noted in a recent Huffington Post report.

Dems will do everything they can to protect their façade, but this house of cards is starting to fall down.

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