The Imperial Palace is cracking down hard on deplorable Trump supporters in the ranks of federal agencies. One DEA agent was ousted for simply listening to what former President Trump had to say the morning of the staged barbarian invasion on January 6.
DEA Agent gets the ax
Former Drug Enforcement Administration agent Mark Ibrahim wasn’t fired for attending the Capitol riot on January 6. He got the ax just for being at the rally to hear former President Donald Trump’s speech.
“I never even stepped foot on the stairs to the Capitol building. I wasn’t going to go to the rally that day. A friend I served in Iraq with asked me to help him get there.” They “were just spectators” and when the “crowd began to be hostile towards law enforcement, me being law enforcement myself, I started to document everything.”
On Tuesday, Ibrahim explained to Tucker Carlson at Faux News that he attended the rally with his brother, who also happens to be an FBI special agent. Neither of them were part of the barbarian invasion of the Capitol Building.
His only alleged crime was being in the city for the rally. As soon as he got home to LA, his gun and badge were confiscated. “I was escorted off the premise to my apartment like a criminal. And I was fired after being suspended for two months.”
As Carlson pointed out while introducing his guest, There were thousands of “garden variety Republicans” who went to hear then-President Trump near the White House on January 6.
“Most of them didn’t do anything wrong at all. They just sat and listened.” Former DEA agent Ibrahim actually “assisted police officers on the scene,” had nothing to do with the violence and was punished for it anyway.
His brother was there too
When Tucker Carlson mentioned the ongoing “ideological purge” of conservatives allegedly happening in the military he observed, “don’t we have civil service laws that protect career federal employees from being fired for their political beliefs? I thought we did?” Ibrahim hopes so.
“I was there with my brother. He is an FBI special agent. And no adverse action was taken against him, as it shouldn’t. As it shouldn’t have happened to me.” The secret police making his life miserable “got it wrong.”
“Me and my brother both served in the Army. I followed him into federal law enforcement. My sister is a Navy veteran. My mom was in the Pentagon on 9/11. And I’m the son of two immigrants who left oppressive regimes.” Now he’s considered a terrorist for attending the Trump rally.
“My mom instilled in me a debt we owe this country for the liberties and freedoms, they are not free.” For the disgraced agent, “the saddest part about this is I can’t serve my country anymore.”
He’s taking the palace to court over it and wants others who are in a similar situation to give his lawyer a call so they can make it into a class-action suit. “I am taking legal action against the DEA. Through the help of DRE law firms.”
“They have been very supportive taking this as a matter of principle.” Former agent Ibrahim urges everybody who is being wrongfully persecuted, “if any adverse action was taken against you because of your political views, you should fight.”