(National Sentinel)Â Covered:Â FBI agents who lived through the â€˜leadershipâ€™ of fired FBI Director James Comey and Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, as well as others yet named in acts of corruption, are eager to tell their stories to Congress.
Thatâ€™s why theyâ€™re practically begging lawmakers to subpoena them so they can dish all the dirt under oath and for the record.
â€œThere are agents all over this country who love the bureau and are sickened by [James] Comeyâ€™s behavior and [Andrew] McCabe and [Eric] Holder and [Loretta] Lynch and the thugs like [John] Brennanâ€“who despise the fact that the bureau was used as a tool of political intelligence by the Obama administration thugs,â€Â former federal prosecutor Joe DiGenova toldÂ The Daily CallerÂ Tuesday.
â€œThey are just waiting for a chance to come forward and testify.â€
But reports have said that the agents are reluctant to come forward strictly as whistleblowers because they’re afraid they will incur massive legal expenses and retaliation from Deep State insiders eager to keep Congress and the American people in the dark.
That’s nonsense says Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley, R-Iowa.
â€œI want to clear up a few things. I have been seeing reports that individuals within our federal law enforcement agencies want to talk to Congress about problems they have seen on the job,” Chairman Grassley said in a floor speech.
“But, the reports say these individuals want to be subpoenaed by congressional committees, rather than coming forward voluntarily.
â€œThere is a perception that without a subpoena, they have no legal protection against retaliation for cooperating with Congress. That is nonsense and a misperception that has been fomented by FBI and DOJ leadership for many years,” the chairman said.
Grassley spearheaded whistleblower protection laws so he knows what they can and can’t do.
â€œIâ€™ve worked hard to strengthen legal protections, especially for FBI employees. You have a right to cooperate with Congressional inquiries, just as you have a right to cooperate with the Inspector General. Anyone who tells you otherwise is lying,” he said.
“FBI agents and all federal law enforcement are protected for providing information to Congress. Thatâ€™s true whether it is by a subpoena or not. If that is news to you, I encourage you to research the law yourself. It is found at title 5, United States Code, section 2303,” he added.
Grassley is working hard to expose Obama’s Deep State corruption. He deserves as much support as he can get.
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