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1,000-Page GOP Report Alleges Deep ‘Rot’ At Top Levels Of FBI, DOJ


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Tim Pearce

Nov 4, 2022 

House Republicans released an extensive report Friday on alleged FBI and Department of Justice abuses based on numerous press reports and interviews and accounts from whistleblowers.

The report is 1,050 pages long and claims there is “rot” at the top levels of the FBI, leading to a politicized law enforcement seemingly targeting conservative Americans. The report also claims that the bureau has failed to enforce laws on figures on the left, such as Hunter Biden.

“The Federal Bureau of Investigation, under the stewardship of Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland, is broken,” the report begins. The “rot” at the FBI “festers in and proceeds from Washington.”


The report covers allegations that the FBI is padding and manipulating its numbers of “domestic terrorism” cases “to create a misleading narrative that domestic terrorism is organically surging around the country.” It also says that the bureau sought to suppress, at least to a certain extent, allegations of wrongdoing by President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, in the lead up to the 2020 election, and the FBI continues to stonewall on questions of Hunter’s conduct.

Other FBI and Justice Department controversies the report covers are the DOJ’s reported targeting of concerned parents, the FBI’s abuse of foreign surveillance authority, and the FBI’s raid on former President Donald Trump’s home.


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Nov. 4 2022

The FBI is under fire as a new report of misconduct and "playing politics" surfaces. The thousand-page report, issued by House Republicans on Friday morning, calls FBI leadership "corrupt," "unaccountable," and "rotted at its core." The document will serve as a road map for more Congressional hearings if the GOP wins control of the House. Founder and President of the Article Three Project, Mike Davis, joins to tell us more about the strong words from members of the House, as the report went on the accuse the FBI of inflating reports of domestic extremism for political purposes. He explains how usual or unusual a report like this is and whether lawmakers often issue 1,000 pages asking questions of a government agency or agencies. Also mentioned is the handling of the attacks on pro-life centers and pro-life leaders. David discusses his take on the FBI's response. He fills us in on what else he is following.



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House Republicans release a scathing report alleging politicization of the DOJ and the FBI

On Friday, the Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee released 1050 page report detailing the claims made by myriad whistleblowers at the Federal Bureau of Investigation about the abuse of power and politicization of the nation’s foremost law enforcement authority.

They called it "the first comprehensive accounting of the FBI's problems to date, which undermine the FBI's fundamental law-enforcement mission." 

The following are the key details of the report.


The report states that Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray are willing participants in the Biden Administration’s weaponization and politicization of law enforcement

The whistleblowers describe the FBI’s D.C. leadership as “rotted at its core,” with a “systemic culture of unaccountability,” and full of “rampant corruption, manipulation, and abuse” and that "the problem lies not with the majority of front-line agents who serve our country, but with the FBI's politicized bureaucracy.":snip:

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Can the FBI Be Saved?

John Hinderaker

November 6, 2022



The FBI’s role in the Russia collusion hoax is, by itself, ground for radical reform of the Bureau. The recent revelation that the FBI offered Christopher Steele a $1 million bribe if he could come up with dirt on Donald Trump is the icing on the cake. A government agency this corrupt cannot be allowed to exist in anything like its present form.

I assume that we need a federal investigative agency of some kind. I don’t know what the legitimate contours of such an agency would be. But when Republicans take control of the House and the Senate in January, reform of the FBI, and the Department of Justice, should be high on their agenda.

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