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FBI Spent 16,000 More Hours on J6 Protest than on BLM D.C. Riots

'It’s clear the FBI and Justice Department have been weaponized... '

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) FBI agents logged upwards of 16,000 more hours while working on the J6 Capitol protest, than they did on the 2020 Black Lives Matter and Antifa riots in Washington, D.C.

According to the documents obtained by the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project through the Freedom of Information Act, FBI agents worked a total of 86,262 hours from Jan 4, 2021, to Jan. 17, 2021, when the J6 rallies occurred and only a total of 70,367 hours from May 25, 2020, to June 7, 2020, when BLM and Antifa riots raged.

“On May 29, 2020, BLM rioters forced President Trump into the White House bunker and burned a historic church,” the Heritage Oversight Project reported.

“During the first week of the 2020 riots, 150 local & federal LEOs in DC were injured. The summer 2020 riots led to $2 billion in property damage & killed at least 19 [people].”

According to whistleblowers inside the government structure, FBI agents were pulled off serious felony investigations to work nearly solely on misdemeanors that happened on Jan. 6.

“We obtained records from FBI’s WebTA system, which tracks all time spent on all investigations,” the Heritage Oversight Project wrote on Twitter. “FBI agents were allegedly pulled off serious felony investigations to work almost solely on Jan. 6 misdemeanors.”

The Heritage Oversight Project decided to sue for more transparency since the FBI did not provide information about how many of the more than 86,000 hours were spent on Jan. 6 cases alone.

“We’re suing the FBI because they deserve it and because these documents belong to the American people. It’s clear the FBI and Justice Department have been weaponized. These numbers show the lengths they will go to to surge resources towards nonviolent offenses that fit their political narratives,” Mike Howell, director of the Heritage Oversight Project, said.

“In the midst of a [George] Soros-funded crime wave, law enforcement should focus their resources where they are needed and put an end to the gangs, rapes, carjackings and murders that have become all too common.”

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