FBI Insider Blows Whistle on Startling Agency Request


A “senior FBI special agent” blew the whistle to alert Jim Jordan about a disturbing piece of information. The House Judiciary Committee, an agent hinted, might want to ask Christopher Wray why nobody started looking for the missing bomber until more than a year after he planted them. They knew all along that the suspect “dressed in a hooded sweatshirt, gloves, and a mask.

FBI more like MIA

Unless there is some kind of direct connection between Donald Trump and Russia, the Federal Bureau of Instigation won’t lift a finger. Agents are far too busy connecting unstable patriotic types with QAnon counselors. Then, they train and equip the social media misfits for false flag mayhem, any time they need a barbarian invasion or something.

When it comes to pipe bombs staged ahead ahead of last year’s big insurrection, the FBI is strangely missing in action. Ohio conservative lawmaker Jim Jordan “requested a briefing” with the bureau about the discrepancy.

In the letter he wrote to alleged FBI Director Christopher Wray, on Wednesday March 9, the conservative watchdog notes his whistleblower “disclosed information regarding the bureau’s investigation into pipe bombs planted near the Democratic National Committee and Republican National Committee headquarters.

They were found at just the right time to distract Capitol Police from Ray Epps and his breach team.

What the informant has to say is that a brand new bulletin just went out on a crash and burn priority basis.

It was really unusual, the agent emphasized, that the Washington Field Office of the FBI suddenly wants them to ask their pet rats for information on a year old case. It looks like they’re just getting to it now.

Black powder from scratch

On January 5, 2021, someone who knows how to make his their own black powder from scratch and wire up common kitchen timers to make it go boom, planted two matching devices. Neither of them exploded.

They seem a lot more like a planned distraction than an actual threat. Suddenly, the FBI is looking for whoever planted them. Jordan agrees with the informant that it seems a little late to be doing this now.

According to the special agent, “on February 7, 2022,” the big-wigs in Washington’s J. Edgar Hoover building “asked FBI field offices to canvass all confidential human sources nationwide for information about the individual and the crime.

In other words, let your rats know there could be extra cash in it for them if they have anyone they can turn in for the crime and make it stick. “In part, the message asked that the canvass ‘include sources reporting on all [types of] threats‘ because the suspect’s ‘motive and ideology remain unknown.

The translation there is that they don’t care who gets caught as long as they don’t have an alibi. It raised eyebrows with the agents. Jordan said his confidant “described the request as ‘unusual‘ because it ‘was transmitted more than a year after the FBI had begun the investigation, and it raises questions about the progress and extent of the FBI’s investigation.‘” There hasn’t been any progress because the investigation is just starting.

Florida Rep. Bill Posey was wondering that too. He asked the bureau about the status of the investigation and got no answer. “The FBI, however, has not fully responded to Rep. Posey’s request, explaining that it was exclusively providing information to the partisan Democrat-led Select Committee investigating the events of January 6, 2021.” Only Queen Pelosi is allowed to see it. As Jordan points out, “the FBI’s decision to provide information on a partisan basis further erodes public confidence in the FBI’s senior leadership.


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