It should be fairly obvious by now to rational, thinking, objective Americans that their federal law enforcers are corrupt, politicized and interested primarily in protecting the uniparty deep state.
After years of trying to depose Donald Trump (which began with a phony ‘counterintelligence investigation’ into him based on the fabricated narrative that he was a ‘Manchurian candidate’ loyal to Russia, was followed with leaked lies from the regime intelligence apparatus and false allegations that led to two impeachments, then culminated in a false flag operation at the U.S. Capitol Building on Jan. 6, 2021) there can be little doubt that the “Justice” Department and the FBI that falls under DOJ jurisdiction are both corrupt and compromised.
Now we have fresh evidence to back up those claims.
Several FBI whistleblowers have reached out to Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) regarding the internal effort to cover-up various crimes, corruption and misbehavior committed by first son Hunter Brandon, as noted by evidence found on a laptop he abandoned at a Delaware computer repair shop in 2019. The laptop was turned over to the FBI in December of that year by the shop owner, and yet, nearly three years later, no charges of any kind have been filed against Hunter Brandon despite a mountain of evidence.
Whistleblowers allege that Washington Field Office Assistant Special Agent in Charge Timothy Thibault disregarded agency guidelines requiring substantial factual predication to trigger investigations, while declining to move forward with other investigations despite proper predication. Thibault and Richard Pilger, director of the election crimes branch within the FBI’s public integrity section, reportedly were instrumental in the opening of an investigation into the Trump campaign and its associates based in substantial part on information from left-aligned organization. Thibault allegedly scrubbed and diluted details of the sources’ political bias from a memo seeking the full investigation, which was ultimately approved by FBI Director Chris Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland.
Whistleblowers claim that Thibault, Pilger and others didn’t always adhere to agency policies in their supervision of various election-related matters, including campaign finance investigations across multiple presidential election cycles. These claims comport with testimony from former acting Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue, who previously told the committee that leadership within the public integrity section and election crimes branch frequently asserted authority they did not have, which frustrated and discouraged investigations.
“We had concrete information about of lot of things of Hunter Brandon has done, and he stopped that and labeled it as disinformation,” Grassley told former GOP lawmaker and current Fox News host Trey Gowdy last week regarding the alleged actions of the FBI special agent. “Now, that is political interference in the FBI. And it is going to cause people to lose credibility in the FBI, and every citizen ought to have the most confidence you could ever have in an agency like the FBI.”
“Now, we’re going to have … Director Wray before our committee on Thursday, and he is going to get a lot of questions about this,” he continued. “And he ought to know that he is going to have to show us concrete information and plan that he is going to be able to change this culture in the FBI where there is a power or party [that] makes a decision of whether or not investigations go ahead. It has got to be no political bias whatsoever in any of these decisions.”
The senator, who is the ranking member on the Senate Judiciary Committee, penned a blistering letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland on Monday.
Hunter Brandon and his family are dirty — the FBI knows it, the Justice Department knows it, and they also know that Trump was never guilty of anything he was charged with.