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FBI’s Informant Program Underhandedly Targets Americans
Informants have been around for as long as the world’s oldest profession. They were used in ancient Rome, during the Inquisition, against colonial slaves, under Hitler’s rule, for the KGB and other lesser-known evil-doers. The use of neighbor-on-neighbor snitches is a lucrative business indeed.
The informant program used by the FBI “officially” began in 1956. Known as “COINTELPRO,” short for Counter-Intelligence Program, it was initially meant to fight communism. According to the FBI’s own website, “[i]n the 1960s, it was expanded to include a number of other domestic groups, such as the Ku Klux Klan, the Socialist Workers Party, and the Black Panther Party.” They claim the program ended in 1971. Or did it?
When FBI Director Christopher Wray testified to Congress on March 2, 2021, Senator Amy Klobuchar tossed him this softball: “There must be moments where you think, ‘If we would have known. If we could have infiltrated this group and found out what they were doing,’… Do you have those moments?” In his somewhat deceptive reply, Wray answered “Absolutely,” suggesting that the agency did not use informants, at least during the January 6th event.
By the time Wray testified, it was already a foregone conclusion that Trump supporters were responsible for the killing of five people, including a U.S. Capitol police officer. Since those claims, all of that has been debunked.
At the same hearing, strangely enough, Wray claimed he’d seen no evidence that Antifa was involved in the January 6 event. This despite clear video proof that well-known Antifa supporter John Sullivan inside the Capitol that day posing as a reporter had been all over the news.
Wray was far more pointed in describing Trump supporters saying, “[t]hat attack, that siege, was criminal behavior, plain and simple, and it was behavior that we, the FBI, view as domestic terrorism.” It was an odd judgment to make, and seemingly premature, coming from someone who purportedly didn’t see the “insurrection” coming.
Investigations at the time of his testimony were⏤if FBI foreknowledge is discounted⏤barely two months old. That’s quite an accomplishment compared to the many years it took to investigate the Trump-Russia collusion hoax.
Given that so many January 6 Political Prisoners are still being held without bail even today, many in solitary confinement, the question needs to be asked, what drives the obvious FBI bias?
The answer may be found in the Domestic and International Terrorism DATA Act that Congress passed in 2019. Its stated “Performance Goals and Objectives” mandates that “the Committee expects to see a disaggregation of domestic terrorist incidents and assessments, preliminary investigations, full investigations, indictments, prosecutions, and convictions associated with white supremacist extremism.” No pressure there!
Upon reading the entire Act, one can’t help but conclude that “white supremacist extremism” must be a significant problem in America today. Christopher Wray has undoubtedly indicated as much. Is the criticism deserved?
As supporting documentation in the Act asserts, “[a]ccording to the ADL (Anti-Defamation League), in 2018, domestic extremists killed at least 50 people in the U.S., a sharp increase from the 37 extremist-related murders documented in 2017. The 50 deaths made 2018 the fourth-deadliest year on record for domestic extremist-related killings since 1970.” Seriously?
Annual murders in the city of Chicago alone were ten times higher than that in 2018, totaling 561. But get this, they increased to 769 in 2020 after the so-called “Summer of Love” violence perpetrated by Antifa. Talk about a worrisome rise in domestic terrorism.
The DATA Act directs the FBI Director to crack down on domestic terrorists and report his findings back to Congress. But, not just any domestic terrorist group like Antifa. The Bill requires those associated with “white supremacist extremism” to be isolated from the rest of the population and targeted specifically. What a joke.
Director Wray’s misleading testimony to Congress in March led Green Beret Jeremy Brown to very publicly release an interview he audiotaped with FBI recruiters in December 2020. In it, they offered him money to become an informant just one month prior to the Capitol event. He refused, turned whistleblower, and began sharing the audiotape on every social media outlet he could. He is determined to expose the FBI for the corrupt organization it has become.
Newly-released information has uncovered how massive the FBI’s informant program actually is. And, how much money our government spends to turn Americans one against the other.
Forbes.com reported last week that between 2012 and 2018 alone, “[f]ederal agencies paid out at least $548 million to informants working for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)” and other government agencies. That buys a whole lot of snitches.
“The FBI spent an average of $42 million a year on confidential human sources between fiscal years 2012 and 2018. Long-term informants comprised 20 percent of its intelligence relationships.”
Incredibly, “a few informants became millionaires, with some Amtrak and ‘parcel’ delivery workers making nearly $1 million or more.”
More disturbingly, many “informants were authorized to commit ‘crimes’ with the permission of their federal handlers. In four years, there were 22,800 crime authorizations (2011-2014).”
According to a 2015 audit by the General Accountability Office (GAO), “[s]ince 1980, the Guidelines have permitted agencies to authorize informants to engage in activities that would otherwise constitute crimes under federal, state, or local law if someone without such authorization engaged in these same activities.” (So much for the program’s abolishment in 1971.)
Exactly what part do these informants play? Passive mediators? Masterminds? Criminal actors? For the kind of money spent, one cannot help but think they are producing exactly the results the FBI is tasked with finding, whether legitimate or not. The American people have a right to know.
When pressed during testimony recently, Attorney General Merrick Garland “refused to comment on an ongoing investigation” after being asked about a particular individual who was seen on video goading protesters into the Capitol.
Revelations now emerging are beginning to shed a very different light on just who was behind the violence at the Capitol last January. If, as it’s appearing, the FBI informants had a controlling role on January 6 as it now is certain they had with Michigan Governor Whitmer’s supposed kidnapping plot last year, Director Wray has some serious explaining to do.
I recently interviewed Jeremy Brown’s girlfriend in her first interview ever. Because he’s been sitting in a maximum-security cell for over sixty days now, Tylene is determined to keep his story fresh. After nine months since Jeremy was at the Capitol (not in), the FBI arrested this 20-year, two-time Bronze Star recipient, four-time deployed to warzones hero on September 30 of this year. Why now?
Following Saul Alinsky’s first tactic, “power is not only what you have but what the enemy thinks you have,” the dictatorial left employs “useful idiots” to expand their control by way of FBI informants. It’s all about fear to drive other “dissenters” underground. And, there’s nothing except whistleblowers like Jeremy Brown along with groups like Oath Keepers, Proud Boys, and Three Percenters, standing in their way.
If history is any indicator, there’ll be no shortage of snitches prostituting intel, true or not, for money. Get ready to see neighbors tattling on neighbors, families ratting against families, and children turning against their own parents. The big difference between now and previous times in history where informants have been used, is that now it’s done electronically, with speeds never possible before. We are in a rapid decline.
And who’s the real bad guy here? A war hero who served his country honorably and just wants to get the truth out to the American people? Or, an out-of-control tyrannical government locking its political enemies away? Today it’s them, tomorrow it’s us. It’s time to take a stand, people!
If you live in Florida, join other concerned Americans on a Dec. 5th rally for Jeremy and other political prisoners by clicking this link: www.FBIPoliticalPrisoner.com.
To help with Jeremy’s defense, go to: www.JeremyBrownDefense.com.
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