FBI Whistleblower Kyle Seraphin isn’t impressed by Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee’s recent attacks on his credibility during a recent hearing in DC.
During the hearing of FBI
Dictator Director Chris Wray, Lee took off on a tangent against the many whistleblowers who have come forward pointing out the corruption at the FBI and the DOJ.
She read tweets into the congressional record that proved she was clueless. That comes as no surprise as most people can see that her IQ barely makes it out of single digits.
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Thankfully, Kyle Seraphin is pleased to provide a full rebuttal to the Texas Democrat’s claims:
“In May of this year, I watched my friends testify in front of Congress, and they were smeared for saying things that were true,” Seraphin explains, “And a result of that, we had allegations that they were being paid by Kash Patel and his legal foundation, ‘Fight With Kash.’”
Seraphin explains how Patel provided supplementary monies to FBI whistleblowers who had gone 10-16 months without a paycheck.
“Kash sending them 2,500 or $5,000 at a time intermittently was not exactly a payment,” Seraphin explains, “I would say that was just keeping their head above water, and Kash got smeared for trying to help.”
There’s actually an ethics complaint against Dan Goldman because of this stuff,” Seraphin adds.
“I pivoted an existing GiveSendGo account that was under my name,” Seraphin explains, “We raised about $39,000 under my name, basically saying funds would be supporting me and other whistleblowers who I left unnamed at the time because they were still private — Garrett O’Boyle and Steve Friend.”
Seraphim says he gave $15,000 of the under $40,000 originally raised and a lesser amount to Steve Friend. Remember, the FBI and the DOJ are not paying them and at the same time, they are not allowed to seek or receive any job. Over a year, this bankrupts many of the patriotic whistleblowers who have revealed corruption in those two agencies.
Another piece of the fundraising pie went to Steve Friend, while the rest was spent by Seraphin on personal expenses.
“There wasn’t a significant amount of money stretched over a period of about a year, but that’s what we had,” explains Seraphin, “I essentially gave the FBI notice that I was acknowledging that they had constructively terminated me on April 14th, and within about two or three weeks of that we got the guys testifying in front of Congress.”
After the story went viral, Seraphin says funds poured in.
“A bunch of bigger accounts went and retweeted it from my socials,” Seraphin explains, “Everyone from Dan Bongino and Tracy Beans and Sebastian Gorka and Dinesh DeSouza and some others. And so it ended up catching about two or 3 million views, something along those lines.”
Seraphin says the boosted publicity led to a current total of $603,000 raised through roughly 11,000 independent donors but administrative fees lower the total to “about $585,000.”
“I revamped the GiveSendGo go at the $40,000 mark this other 560 grand that we raised and basically stated that it’s gonna go and support Marcus (Allen) and Garrett and that’s what they’re gonna be giving their money to and that I won’t be taking a penny of it,” explains Seraphin, “And that’s been true so far.”
Seraphin says he wrote two checks totaling $255,000 and change and publicly posted them to social media, where they were seen by at least another million sets of eyes.
????What y'all have accomplished for Garret and Marcus is incredible. Sending the 1st of two checks today. TY to @GiveSendGo and the boost from the Coffee & Covid Army, and all who shared this campaign.
— Kyle Seraphin (@KyleSeraphin) May 30, 2023