FBI whistleblower told talk show host Dan Bongino that many agents in the FBI are very unhappy about the leadership turning the agency into the enforcement arm of the Democratic party.
That would explain why there are currently at least 20 whistleblowers. There would be more, but many agents are afraid of losing their pensions. The agents understand that what leadership is ordering them to do is both illegal and unconstitutional. The FBI has lost its way.
FBI agents are surveilling law-abiding citizens while ignoring major crimes, such as the ones the Biden’s commit on a regular basis in order to advance a political agenda.
“The number of guys who say, ‘I don’t agree with what’s going on here, but I’ve got three years to retire,’ it’s heartbreaking,” said Seraphin, a five-year veteran and former Air Force member who is currently suspended without pay and unable to seek another job without quitting or getting the FBI’s permission.
In one particularly poignant segment, Seraphin recalled being sent to Washington, D.C.’s Holocaust Memorial Museum as part of his orientation. New agents, he said, were told that the atrocity could not have happened without the participation of “minor government officials” supported by local and federal law enforcement.
“If anybody refuses to get with the program, it doesn’t happen,” he said. “The answer, ‘I’m just following orders,’ the Nuremberg piece, it doesn’t fly. We know better.”
Seraphin said he was adhering to that training when he came forward but is now being punished for doing so.
Seraphin, who has been suspended by the FBI believes he was already a marked man after he organized three hundred agents who were against the vaccine mandates.
Last November Attorney General Merrick Garland claimed that Department of Justice officials was targeting parents who disagreed with school boards were being targeted as domestic terrorists.
That’s when Seraphin blew the whistle on the DOJ. Seraphin, who previously worked out of the Washington office of the FBI had been transferred to the New Mexico office by that time.
He provided a local member of congress with a memo in which garland ordered agents to use the Patriot Act to go after parents who went to school board meetings to complain.
They were to be targeted by laws written with terrorists in mind. That scandal blew up when it was discovered that Garland was colluding with the White House and the National School Boards Association to vilify as “domestic terrorists” parents who objected to the teaching of radical gender and race theories. Dozens of states dropped their membership in the National School Boards Association.
“That’s when you become part of political hatchet jobs, and I didn’t sign up for that, and nobody I know signed up for that either. That’s not what people want to get involved in.”
“Having worked with a number of patriotic FBI professionals in the past, I knew it was only a matter of time before patriots like Kyle stepped forward to expose the unfortunate rot at the Bureau.”
Jordan told the John Solomon Reports podcast:
“We now understand based on what we’ve learned that he’s been suspended, which appears to be some kind of retaliation. The law says that whistleblowers, agents coming forward as whistleblowers, are protected by the law. There’s not supposed to be retaliation.”
Seraphin spoke about the raids on Trump:
“I’ve got friends that I don’t speak to after that. I assume they were part of it. I don’t know what happened, but you guys forgot to throw the B.S. flag on that.
“You ask me to go raid President Obama’s house, you ask me to raid President Bush’s house, it’s not happening. It’s not happening. I’m sorry, it’s not happening. I’m not doing that. I’m going to be, probably pretty vocal. That’s probably going to be my last day.”