Political revenge wins over the protection of children in the Biden administration to the point that FBI whistleblowers are coming forward to members of Congress.
This week Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH) sent a scathing letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, which was posted on GOP House Judiciary Committee Twitter along with a copy of the letter.
“New whistleblower information reveals that the FBI is moving agents off of child sexual abuse investigations to pursue political investigations,” read the letter.
The whistleblower revealed that officials were told that “child sexual abuse investigations were no longer an F.B.I priority.”
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According to Jordan’s letter, a whistleblower notified him and other members that the upper management at the FBI’s Washington, D.C., field office was “pressuring agents” to reclassify cases that did not meet the criteria for “domestic violent extremism” to boost the Biden’s political narrative.
“New whistleblowers have come forward with concerning information about how the F.B.I. is deliberately manipulating the way case files related to Jan. 6 investigations are maintained in order to create a false and misleading narrative that domestic violent extremism is increasing around the county,” the letter stated. “The whistleblower alleged ‘the F.B.I. has not followed regular procedure’ with respect to Jan. 6 cases.”
In the letter, Jordan said instead of the cases all going through the Washington field office, the information was being distributed to offices where the suspects live, giving the impression that it is a widespread problem instead of an incident that happened at the U.S. Capitol alone to fit the “political narrative.”
Additionally, Jordan said agents are being told to re-prioritize cases, dropping investigations into things like child sex abuse, referring them instead to local law enforcement, in favor of January 6 cases.
“Such a posture is not only a dereliction of the F.B.I.’s mission to investigate violations of federal laws but is a grave disservice to the victims of child sex abuse and other crimes that do not advance the F.B.I. leadership’s political agenda,” Jordan wrote.