Republican representatives on the House Judiciary Committee have taken to FBI whistleblowers in an effort to gain insight into previously-closed investigations concerning former President Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden.
This comes as they attempt to break through the ‘stonewalling’ of information from within the Biden Administration.
GOP Used Whistleblower Revelations to Expose the FBI
In a historic move, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) utilized whistleblower revelations to expose previously classified documents and shine light on controversial issues within the FBI – an unprecedented step in congressional oversight.
Jordan Accuses FBI Of Purging Employees Based On Political Beliefs https://t.co/eGFur2GttI
— Conservative Brief (@ConservBrief) January 27, 2023
Republicans have exposed shocking and wide-ranging issues in the FBI’s handling of major investigations, including those involving Hunter Biden, the Capitol riot aftermath, and parental clashes over school board decisions.
Jordan has released an eye-opening report detailing allegations of ‘politicization’ within key federal institutions.
Centered around multiple whistleblower claims, the 50-page document offers a glimpse into how upcoming investigations from both Congress and the newly established Subcommittee on Weaponization will progress in their mission for answers.
In the past year, a wave of whistleblowers has gone to Republican members of the Judiciary Committee with evidence that FBI high-ranking officials were politically biased and abused their power over federal law enforcement.
According to an official GOP report, this misuse potentially opened up new avenues for inquiry into improper government activities.
With accusations of misconduct swirling, the FBI has staunchly defended its operations. They made clear to lawmakers that their investigations remain impartial and guided only by evidence with “no regard for politics.”
FBI Minimized Hunter Biden Scandal and Exaggerated Other Issues
However, the highly anticipated Jordan report revealed a potential scandal surrounding Hunter Biden, with serious allegations of wrongdoing minimized by the FBI.
On the other hand, Republicans slammed the Biden administration for its alleged leniency on Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings amid growing evidence of national security risks.
Furthermore, claims have surfaced that Facebook and the FBI colluded to keep these potential election-influencing allegations from going public prior to November 2020.
These developments call into question whether American citizens were provided a full picture before voting in the 2020 presidential election.
“Judicial Watch has filed a FOIA lawsuit against the Justice Department for records of communications between the FBI and social media sites regarding the Hunter Biden laptop story and foreign influence in elections,” Judicial Watch in Fox News. READ: https://t.co/FXLxeP5Xju
— Judicial Watch ⚖️ (@JudicialWatch) January 25, 2023
The Jordan report disputes FBI findings that the Capitol riot stands as an example of violent domestic extremism, suggesting instead these statistics are being exaggerated and politically manipulated.
Whistleblowers in multiple FBI field offices and documents revealed false narratives are being created by authorities as part of a political agenda.
The Jordan report also noted that parent protests of a purportedly far-left educational curriculum have drawn attention from unexpected sources. Counterterrorism resources are being employed by both the FBI and the DOJ in order to quell parental dissent.
After the NSBA pushed Biden to use the Patriot Act against domestic terrorism and hate crimes, they quickly took back their recommendation following an uproar from affiliated state associations.
In a landmark move, the FBI clarified they will not interfere with parents who express themselves freely at school board meetings. This official statement was made to the Washington Examiner in response to recent controversy surrounding this sensitive issue.This article appeared in Right Wing Insider and has been published here with permission.