Loretta Lynch has a big problem brewing up ahead.
The Deep State’s cover-up surrounding their spying on the Trump campaign is collapsing.
And Lynch isn’t going to like what the FBI has to say about it.
FBI agents are whispering that they are ready to blow the whistle on the criminal activity of former Obama administration officials—including Loretta Lynch.
These agents are signaling that the only way they can safely and legally blow the whistle is if Congress subpoenas them individually to provide information about their former bosses.
“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,” Joe DiGenova, a former United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, told the Daily Caller.
“They are just waiting for a chance to come forward and testify.”
In a statement to the Daily Caller, an unnamed FBI agent claimed, “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.”
“All Congress needs to do is subpoena involved personnel and they will tell you what they know. These are honest people. Leadership cannot stop anyone from responding to a subpoena. Those subpoenaed also get legal counsel provided by the government to represent them,” the agent added.”
There are two allegations that deserve investigation.
First, former FBI Director James Comey testified last June that Lynch insisted he adopt Clinton campaign talking points when discussing the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
Critics contend this amounted to Lynch obstructing justice.
Even more disturbing than this encounter was the report that Lynch signed off on a memo before Trump even took office that made it easier for the National Security Agency to share intercepted communications across government agencies.
This memo took on significance when intercepted communications between incoming National Security Advisor Michael Flynn and the Russian ambassador were leaked to the Washington Post.
In light of those facts, Lynch’s memo looked like the first step in a Deep State operation to frame the Trump administration.
Flynn did nothing wrong during the course of the call, but in the wake of the leaks about the Christopher Steele dossier, this leak looked like phase two of an operation to sabotage the Trump administration.
This deserves a thorough investigation, and if FBI agents have information that could expose the wrongdoing, they should step forward.
But the FBI agents don’t have to wait to be subpoenaed.
Congress passed whistleblower protections for FBI agents back in 2016.
They don't need subpoenas. Congress passed whistleblower protections for FBI agents at the end of 2016. FBI personnel who believe they've witnessed wrongdoing can go straight to Congress without fear of reprisal. https://t.co/NhSdrn3Xnv
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) May 23, 2018
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