(National Sentinel) Call Me: Each day we learn more about the abject politicization of the FBI and Justice Department during the Obama administration. It’s hard to know at this point how wide and deep the corruption goes.
But FBI agents who lived through the ‘leadership’ of fired FBI Director James Comey and Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, as well as others yet named in acts of corruption, are eager to tell their stories to Congress.
That’s why they’re practically begging lawmakers to subpoena them so they can dish all the dirt under oath and for the record.
As reported by The Daily Caller:
Many agents in the FBI want Congress to subpoena them so they can reveal problems caused by former FBI Director James Comey and former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, three people in direct contact with active field agents tell TheDC.
“There are agents all over this country who love the bureau and are sickened by [James] Comey’s behavior and [Andrew] McCabe and [Eric] Holder and [Loretta] Lynch and the thugs like [John] Brennan–who despise the fact that the bureau was used as a tool of political intelligence by the Obama administration thugs,” former federal prosecutor Joe DiGenova told The Daily Caller Tuesday.
“They are just waiting for a chance to come forward and testify.”
The agents prefer to be subpoenaed rather than become whistleblowers to avoid any stigma and backlash from colleagues and supervisors, officials told the news site.
Also, a former Trump administration official told The DC, “when you are subpoenaed, Congress then pays…for your legal counsel and the subpoena protects [the agent] from any organizational retaliation…. they are on their own as whistleblowers, they get no legal protection and there will be organizational retaliation against them.”
DiGenova, who — along with his wife Victoria Toensing — has represented whistleblowers in the past agreed.
“It’s an intelligent approach to the situation given the vindictive nature of the bureau under Comey and McCabe,” said diGenova, who has been highly critical of the spying operation launched against the Trump campaign by Obama.
“I have no idea how to read [FBI Director] Chris Wray, who is not a leader and who has disappeared from the public eye during this entire crisis. You know, he may be cleaning house but if he’s doing so, he’s doing it very quietly,” diGenova said.
Of the agents, diGenova told The DC, “I don’t blame them. I don’t blame the agents one bit. I think that the FBI is in a freefall.
“James Comey has destroyed the institution he claims to love. And it is beyond a doubt that it is going to take a decade to restore public confidence because of Comey and Clapper and Brennan and Obama and Lynch,” he added.
“Every special agent I have spoken to in the Washington Field Office wants to see McCabe prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. They feel the same way about Comey,“ said a field agent who spoke with a counterintelligence consultant, according to a transcript provided to The DC.
“The administrations are so politicized that any time a Special Agent comes forward as a whistleblower, they can expect to be thrown under the bus by leadership. Go against the Muslim Brotherhood, you’re crushed. Go against the Clintons, you’re crushed. The FBI has long been politicized to the detriment of national security and law enforcement,” said the special agent.
If ever there was a time for a president to clean house — to really drain the swamp — now is the time.
But POTUS Trump will need to select loyal people in order to get the job done. That will mean replacing Jeff Sessions and getting rid of the man who appointed Robert Mueller and gave him an outsized, unconstitutional role — Rod Rosenstein.
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