FBI Whistleblower Garret O’Boyle Makes Chilling Statement at Weaponization Hearing – “The FBI Will Crush You” [Video]

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The House Committee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government held a hearing Thursday. Three FBI whistleblowers were invited to testify before Congress.

FBI agents Marcus Allen, Garrett O’Boyle, and Steve Friend had already been suspended for raising questions about the agency’s handling of the January 6 cases and their belief that the agency has been weaponized against conservatives, Trump-supporters, Catholics and pro-life Americans.

During a hearing, whistleblower Garret O’Boyle gave damning testimony, shedding light on the corruption within the FBI. He bravely spoke out against the misconduct by the FBI and warned others of the dire consequences they could face if they choose to come forward with the truth.

In his opening statement, O’Boyle described an incident, in which he sold his home and moved his wife and 4 young daughters across the country at the FBI’s request, only to be suspended on the very first day he reported to his new unit.

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“In weaponized fashion, the FBI allowed me to accept orders to a new position halfway across the country. They allowed us to sell my family’s home. They ordered me to report to the new unit when our youngest daughter was 2 weeks old. Then, on my first day on the new assignment, they suspended me, rendering my family homeless,” O’boyle testified, fighting back tears. “They refused to release our goods, including our clothes, for weeks.”

“All I wanted to do was serve my country by stopping bad guys and protecting the innocent. To my chagrin, bad guys had begun running parts of the government.”

O’Boyle detailed the extreme lengths he went to in order to protect his and his family’s livelihood after being suspended from duty, which left his family homeless and forced to “beg.”

Watch O’Boyle’s opening statement:

Throughout the hearing, Democrats on the Committee defended the FBI and were openly hostile to the witnesses, attacking them continuously.

At the end of the hearing, Rep. Kelly Armstrong (R-ND) asked O’Boyle if he would advise his colleagues to come forward.

O’Boyle offered this sobering statement.

I would tell them first to pray about it long and hard. And I would tell them I could take it to Congress for them, or I could put them in touch with Congress, but I would advise them not to do it…

The FBI will crush you. This government will crush you and your family if you try to expose the truth about things that they are doing that are wrong. We are all examples of that.

“I can’t think of a more sobering way to end a hearing,” committee member Kelly Armstrong (R-ND) said, following O’Boyle’s statement.


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