Subpoena Me Please!

PUBLISHED: 6:23 PM 4 Jun 2018

Hillary Probe Corrupted: 28 Agents Beg For Subpoenas

“Whistle-blower protections” won’t save 28 FBI agents from “being thrown to the dogs” but a subpoena will.

Corrupt officials at the very top of Barack Obama’s FBI and the Department of Justice covered up for Hillary Clinton in the email-server investigation.

At least 28 individual agents at the Federal Bureau of Investigation are begging Congress to order them in for questioning. Most people hide from the process server but in this case, a subpoena is the only thing that will protect the safety of the agents and their families. None of them want to stick their neck out and say the email server probe was corrupted. They are convinced it will be their neck that gets stretched later, instead of Hillary Clinton’s or James Comey’s.

Seasoned agents are leaking all over Washington, D.C. that they are personally aware of how corrupt officials at the very top of Barack Obama’s FBI and the Department of Justice covered up for Hillary Clinton in the email-server investigation. They want to tell their stories but are terrified of reprisals so severe that even the Senate Judiciary Committee can’t protect them.

“Go against the Clintons, you’re crushed. The FBI has long been politicized to the detriment of national security and law enforcement,” one agent relates.

“The inmates have been running the asylum and they don’t respect, much less fear, their overseers. We know we’ll be hung out to dry,” another agent insists. “It’s a question of basic credibility.”

Oversight committees in Congress, even President Donald Trump’s executive branch administrators “are not seen to have any gravitas or seriousness.”

Investigative reporter Sara Carter confirmed Sean Hannity’s assertion that “as many as 28 people that have knowledge of the Clinton email server scandal want to be subpoenaed so they can tell the story of corruption at the highest levels of the bureau that they love.”

Appearing on his show Friday, Carter agreed “there are a lot of FBI agents that want to come out and speak. A lot of them are current agents, which makes it very difficult for them, so they need to be subpoenaed. These are the things that Congress needs to act on.”

The claim is independently supported by the Daily Caller News Foundation. They previously reported, “that several FBI agents have quietly come forward and admitted that many good people at the bureau are worried about speaking out because of career and legal reprisals from above.”

The inside informants are “hunkering down because they see good people being thrown to the dogs for speaking out.” Worse yet, “speaking out does nothing to solve the problems.”

When Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) got wind of that, he publicly made an announcement intended to reassure the agents he has their back, and would love to hear what they have to say.

“I’ve worked hard to strengthen legal protections, especially for FBI employees,” Grassley assures. “You have a right to cooperate with Congressional inquiries, just as you have a right to cooperate with the Inspector General. Anyone who tells you otherwise is lying.”

Having a right and actually being able to use it are two totally different things. FBI agents, who know how the game is played, aren’t buying Senator Grassley’s promises.

“Even with the enactment of the new law, what is the deterrent for retaliation against whistleblowers,” an anonymous agent questions. “The FBI executives will just stall, ignore, and run out the clock until the victim runs out of money for legal fees or else retires.”

Another agent notes they “simply don’t have the resources to fight the inevitable retaliation that will ensue, regardless of the new law.” “That is why the new whistleblowers want to be subpoenaed,” he added.

Stepping out into the spotlight and volunteering testimony, even behind closed hearing room doors is risky business these days. Nixon’s “deep throat” was eventually unmasked as FBI Associate Director Mark Felt.

With all the moles scampering around on Capitol Hill, nothing has been staying secret for very long. Even now, with everyone scrambling to plug the leaks as fast as they are found.

Congress can take the fear factor away by simply calling every agent who had anything to do with the Hillary Clinton email server investigation to come in for an interview. That way, nobody can be singled out as a rat later.

“When you are subpoenaed, Congress then pays for your legal counsel and the subpoena protects you from any organizational retaliation.”

Agents were forced to stand helplessly by as Director James Comey admitted that Clinton “sent and received classified information on her private, unsecured email server on numerous occasions,” and nobody was going to do a thing about it.

FBI agent Joe Pientka is already on record as the one to throw Peter Strzok and Andrew McCabe under the bus. He turned them in to Inspector General Michael Horowitz to explain how the deep state conspired to set up General Michael Flynn.

Flynn was “ambushed” by McCabe and Strzok into taking part in a harmless meeting with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kisyak.

Even though the subject never came up, Flynn was forced out over simply “allegations” he made an illegal agreement to “do something” about the crippling sanctions Obama saddled Russia with.

Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has already been fired for lying to congressional investigators. The group of agents who talked to the Daily Caller want to see both him and Director Comey behind bars.

“Every special agent I have spoken to in the Washington Field Office wants to see McCabe prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. They feel the same way about Comey,” one said while the others signified their agreement.

Other high up officials could be implicated as well. Loretta Lynch, Eric Holder, even Barack Obama himself could be looking at charges if Congress ever gets to the bottom of what really happened.