President Biden is now well past the midpoint of his term, and despite all the efforts of the sycophantic media and the politicized leadership of federal agencies, cracks are starting to appear in the plaster covering the rot. Career federal employees who still have some integrity are turning whistleblower, the Republican takeover of the House has resulted in real investigations instead of Pelosi's January 6th Kangaroo Kommittee antics, and the massive incompetence, perfidy and in-your-face dishonesty of such officials as Alejandro Mayorkas and Merrick Garland are becoming obvious even to people who barely watch the news.
Yesterday, I wrote about a fed-up Rep. Jim Jordan confronting Mayorkas to his face with the horrific effects of his open border policies on migrant children. I write elsewhere today about the career IRS agent whistleblower who could no longer stand the cover up of the blatant special treatment of Hunter Biden. And now, I’m glad to report that Jordan has subpoenaed FBI Director Christopher Wray to appear before the House Judiciary Committee for lying about targeting Catholics as domestic terrorists.
This all started with a leaked internal memo suggesting that the FBI was going to start spying on Catholic Churches to keep tabs on “traditional Catholics” who might be “violent extremists.” Wray replied that the FBI never acted on that memo and would “never conduct investigative activities or open an investigation based solely on First Amendment protected activity.” Except according to Jordan, they did act on it.
In a letter accompanying the subpoena, Jordan wrote, “Based on the limited information produced by the FBI to the Committee, we now know that the FBI relied on at least one undercover agent to produce its analysis, and that the FBI proposed that its agents engage in outreach to Catholic parishes to develop sources among the clergy and church leadership to inform on Americans practicing their faith.”
This appears to be the latest bald-faced lie to Congress by the FBI leadership, and the latest example of it targeting people for Constitutionally-protected behavior. It’s all the more fuel for the argument that the Bureau has so lost its way that it needs to be defunded, disbanded and completely restructured. It also needs leaders who can tell the difference between an actual domestic terrorist and someone who prefers his Masses in Latin.
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