FBI Is Taking Agents Off Of Child Abuse Cases To Push Anti-Trump Narrative, Whistleblower Says

(PatrioticPost.com)- According to Rep. Jim Jordan, ranking member of the Judiciary Committee, a new whistleblower has claimed the FBI is “manipulating” case files to make it seem like America has a more significant “domestic violent extremism” (DVE) problem than it does while diverting resources away from child sexual abuse investigations to prioritize Jan. 6 cases (R-Ohio).

According to Jordan, the new whistleblower’s revelations show that the way the FBI’s Washington, D.C. field office handles DVE cases connected to January 6 “diverges” from the accepted procedure in a way that “overstate[s] the national DVE threat.”

On paper, there has been an increase in DVE threats across the nation, rather than records reflecting a number of DVE cases “arising from a single, black swan incidence” in D.C. on January 6, 2021.

In a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray on Monday, Jordan brought up the charges, claiming that elected officials had been approached by whistleblowers about “disturbing behavior” at the FBI, including “politicization within the Washington Field Office (WFO).”

This is not the first time Jordan has brought up similar whistleblower claims with Wray. The Ohio congressman accused managers of encouraging agents to “reclassify cases” as DVE even though they didn’t comply with the requirements in a letter to Wray in July.

Jordan stated that since then, “new whistleblowers have come forward with concerning information about how the FBI is deliberately manipulating the way case files related to the January 6 investigations are maintained to create a false and misleading narrative that domestic violent extremism is increasing across the country.”


According to Jordan, the whistleblower claimed that concerning the cases from January 6, which should all be officially handled by the WFO, “the FBI has not followed usual protocol.”

Cases are often classified and identified by the field office from which they came, and leads are “cut,” or dispatched, to other field offices for particular help.

A whistleblower has said that the FBI’s Washington field offices are merely managing the cases on paper at the WFO’s request. The FBI has removed agents from child sex abuse investigations to support the narrative that most of the population is an extremist group, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) says.

Congress first permitted the FBI in 1932 to look into kidnappings involving children of “tender age,” which is often 12 or younger. The FBI says it will not investigate domestic terrorism cases if there is no probable federal crime or ideological motivation.



federal crime or ideological motivation.