Whistleblower: FBI Distorts January 6 Cases To Bolster Domestic Terror Claims

Rep. Jim Jordan (OH), the top republican on the House Judiciary Committee, accused the FBI on Monday “deliberately manipulating the way case files are logged to create a “false and misleading” narrative about the prevalence of domestic violent extremism in the United States” based on whistleblower claims.

According to The Daily Wire, a new whistleblower claim reports that the FBI even took agents off of child sex abuse cases to pursue politically based investigations like the raid of Mar-a-Lago and Jan. 6 probes.

The House Judiciary Committee Republicans sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray this week discussing those whistleblower claims in light of the letter that they sent on June 27 alleging many of the same issues.

There are two major charges in the newest letter based on the whistleblower’s claims. The first is summed up in the letter by stating the FBI is “deliberately manipulating the way case files related to January 6 investigations are maintained in order to create a false and misleading narrative that domestic violent extremism is increasing around the country.”

The whistleblower stated that the FBI is breaking the Jan. 6 case up into hundreds of investigations rather than just one overall incident. “In other words, the FBI’s case categorization creates the illusion that threats from DVE (domestic violence extremism) are present in jurisdictions across the nation, when in reality they all stem from the same related investigation concerning the actions at the Capitol on January 6.”

The second major charge is that, based on the falsified DVE statistics, FBI leadership is moving its agents away from other federal law enforcement duties to pursue the Jan. 6 investigations. On top of that, many people believe that at least a portion of those investigations are politically biased.

The worst aspect of the second charge is that the FBI is moving agents off of cases involving child sex abuse and other heinous crimes to the Jan. 6 investigations that have been ongoing for more than 18 months.