We know that the F.B.I. orchestrated the plot to kidnap Governor Whitmer.
This behavior is not unique to the agency, as many believe that the F.B.I. regularly conducts false flag operations in an attempt to further the agenda of both the agency and the administrative state.
The latest high profile allegations of a false flag operation are the January 6th riots—which the F.B.I. itself has admitted that no evidence supporting the claim of organization or pre meditation by Trump supporters exists.
Knowing all of this it is pretty hard to retain any faith in the bureau, as reports and claims continue to pile up of wrongdoing and crisis engineering by the agency.
If all of this wasn’t enough, the F.B.I. has come under further scrutiny with these latest reports.
According to sources, a defendant in the January 6th proceedings claims that the F.B.I. attempted to recruit him to infiltrate the Oath Keepers organization and be a confidential informant for the F.B.I.
These claims have yet to be verified, but given the track record of the government agency in question I wouldn’t put it past them to try something like this—in fact, it’s their entire M.O.
We have to wonder why the F.B.I. is going after Oath Keepers with relentless vigor, but has come to the aid of Ray Epps—referring to him as a law abiding citizen when he was captured on video encouraging people to storm the Capitol.
I have said it so many times, but this is truly an agency of people preying upon the American people. Their sole purpose is to entrap people into various plots in order to turn them into confidential informants.
Much of the work the agency focuses on is purely political—it has little to do with keeping you and I safe.
The drug war is a perfect example, tax related crimes, money laundering, gun distribution, etc—none of these ‘crimes’ have actual victims; they are simply labeled as crimes to protect the interests of the state.
Here are the latest developments in the ongoing January 6th proceedings and investigation:
"Jeremy M. Brown, 47, who is being held in the Pinellas County Jail in Florida on federal misdemeanor charges related to Jan. 6, told The Epoch Times he believes his arrest and prosecution are payback for his refusal to become a confidential informant. https://t.co/hqzFd9SCWD
— jonivan (@jlvhale) January 15, 2022
— Vince Quill (@VinceQuill) January 15, 2022
The Epoch Times offered us a glimpse into Brown’s allegations:
Brown said he went to the “Stop the Steal” rally on Jan. 6 dressed in tactical gear to provide security for event organizers and for VIPs who spoke at the rally.
He said FBI agents from the Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) met with him in late 2020 and asked him to become an informant.
“On Dec. 11, 2020, the exact same Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) agents that (later) arrested me attempted to recruit me as a confidential informant,” Brown said in a letter to The Epoch Times from the Pinellas County Jail. “Their ‘pitch’ was intended to gauge my interest in infiltrating law-abiding citizen groups that had no criminal history and certainly were not designated ‘terrorist groups.’”
He said FBI agents met with him in late 2020 and asked him to be an informant.
— Mike (@Civil_war_elect) January 15, 2022
The leader and founder of right-wing militia group the Oath Keepers was arrested and charged with seditious conspiracy as part of the Justice Department’s investigation into the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol https://t.co/pLmL0vsrvx
— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) January 14, 2022
In a related report, Just The News tells us that the January 6th Committee is now attempting to subpoena big tech firms:
The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol issued subpoenas Thursday to four social media giants – Alphabet, Meta, Reddit and Twitter – to learn about the companies’ roles in the 2020 election as well as in “domestic violent extremism” and “the spread of misinformation.”