G. McConway
December 9, 2022

Senator Johnson Discusses Evidence Against FBI

There is a real problem with activism in the FBI right now.

As a measuring stick, I always say to put the shoe on the other foot and see how upset the other side would be.

I feel fairly confident if the FBI was working on behalf of a Republican the way it is for Joe Biden, Democrats would be tearing those offices apart right now.

Must Be Stopped

So much disturbing information has come to light in the last few weeks.

What I initially thought was just a rogue agent or agents in the FBI has turned out to be a leadership mindset.

The idea that James Comey and Robert Wray were not approving of this activity is no longer a possibility.

When you have agents meeting with social media companies on a weekly basis regarding censoring Americans, that is not just a rogue agent or two.

What is even more worrisome than this mindset is that the agency was pushing a narrative it easily could have debunked or verified.

The FBI had a copy of Hunter Biden’s hard drive in its possession, but whistleblowers have already stated they were told to leave it alone and to not dare touch it and investigate if its contents were real or a the result of a hack.

Then one of its own was planted in Twitter making decisions on what posts could be published and which ones could not.

This week, Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) appeared on Fox News with Sean Hannity to discuss the issue of why the GOP is struggling in early voting and, of course, the FBI issues that are popping up now…

How much longer are we going to accept this as the norm? Why are other major mainstream media outlets not reporting on this?

Source: Fox News

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