House Report Reveals What FBI Did to Employees Who Spoke Out Against ‘Politicized Rot’

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The House Judiciary Committee and its subcommittee on the weaponization of the federal government released an interim report Thursday revealing that at least three FBI agents were either suspended or had their security clearances revoked over the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol incursion.

The report said the bureau “weaponized the security clearance adjudication process to silence employees who fight against the politicized ‘rot’ within the FBI leadership.”

The interim staff report includes new whistleblower testimony from current and former FBI agents.

“The disclosures from these FBI employees highlight egregious abuse, misallocation of law enforcement resources and misconduct with the leadership ranks of the FBI,” the report said.

It said three agents — Marcus Allen, Stephen Friend and Brett Gloss — had been suspended while their cases were reviewed.

According to ABC News, Friend and Allen were expected to testify Thursday before the weaponization subcommittee as part of its probe into the federal government’s targeting of conservatives.

The interim report said the FBI whistleblowers “described retaliatory conduct that they have faced after making protected disclosures about what they believed in good faith to be wrong conduct.”

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