Fourteen FBI whistleblowers have come forward to Republicans in Congress

Rep. Jim Jordan announced last night on Fox News that fourteen FBI employees had come forward to Republican members of Congress to provide information on what is taking place at the agency.

Via DC Examiner:Rep. Jim Jordan claims that more than a dozen informants from the FBI have come forward to provide their statements to Republican investigators in Congress (R-OH).

Following the raid that the FBI conducted at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club, the congressman who is the senior member of the House Judiciary Committee revealed to the presenter of Fox News, Trey Gowdy, that the number has increased to 14.

According to Jordan, who was the one who made the statement, “fourteen FBI agents have come to our office as whistleblowers, and they are fine people.” “There are a lot of upstanding citizens working for the FBI. The difficulty lies at the top of the structure. Some of these decent agents are coming to us and telling us what is bullshit, what is going on, the political nature that has taken over the Justice Department, and God bless them for doing it. They are talking about the situation with the school board and a host of other concerns.

A mere two months ago, just six FBI whistleblowers were coming out to help the Republicans…

This would seem to be quite an increase compared to a little more than two months ago, when Jordan told Fox News host Laura Ingraham that, in total, six FBI officials had approached the committee, two of which were related to a controversy surrounding a school boards memo, and four of which were associated with January 6. During this period, at the beginning of June, Jordan issued a letter to the Director of the FBI, Christopher Wray, in which he expressed concern that many former FBI agents were coming out with evidence indicating that the agency was “purging” workers who had conservative views.

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