(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) FBI whistleblower Kyle Seraphin revealed his identity during an interview with Dan Bongino, and he alleged thorough Leftist politicization in the federal law enforcement agency.
Seraphin said the policies intended to combat so-called right-wing domestic terrorism amount to “entrapment,” in which federal agents intimidate, goad, or coerce conservatives into illegal activities, ZeroHedge reported.
“My team was deployed to 20 or 25 different high-profile, national terrorism organization or terrorism investigations between 2018 and 2021,” he said. “And what I saw, as the most obvious statement, is that there are three things about counterterrorism investigations.”
First, the Biden regime has more “demand for white supremacy” than the true “supply of white supremacy,” which forces the police state to invent cases.
Second, the tactics in these cases are “always and unequivocally morally equivalent to entrapment,” though the FBI and Justice Department find ways to avoid legal punishment.
Third, the FBI follows “an entirely ridiculous internal process” to identify real domestic terrorism threats.”
After serving in the FBI for six years, Seraphin said his superiors suspended him without pay. The FBI has refused to let him seek new employment unless he formally resigns or gets prior authorization.
Seraphin refused to take the experimental COVID-19 shots. The FBI granted him a religious exemption but continued to harass him about it leading up to his suspension.
He said many other FBI agents feel the same way about the federal government’s medical tyranny and domestic counterterrorism campaign, but they do not have the courage to resist or resign.
“The number of guys who say, ‘I don’t agree with what’s going on here, but I’ve got three years to retire,’ it’s heartbreaking,” he said on The Dan Bongino Show.
Seraphin said he became a whistleblower last year when Attorney General Merrick Garland instructed the DOJ and the FBI to use the Patriot Act to target dissatisfied parents who attended school board meetings.
“That’s when you become part of political hatchet jobs, and I didn’t sign up for that, and nobody I know signed up for that either,” Seraphin said. “That’s not what people want to get involved in.”