FBI Collected Bribes

PUBLISHED: 5:25 PM 21 Jul 2021

More FBI (Gestapo) Crimes Exposed By IG Report: Bribes and Pay Off Made By Media

Where are the arrests?

More crimes and treason (because the intent was to remove a sitting president). (Source: YouTube Screenshot)

In yet another exposure of the corrupt and treasonous Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Inspector General released a ‘misconduct’ probe that shows dirt agents collected what are basically bribes.

Just the News reported:

The Office of Inspector General for the Department of Justice released the findings Tuesday of an investigation that found a former senior FBI official violated agency policy by having numerous unauthorized contacts with the media.

The investigation found that the official, who has not been named and has since retired from the agency, “had numerous contacts with members of the media between January and November 2016 in violation of FBI policy,” as well as accepted unauthorized gifts from media members, according to the report.

The senior official had unofficial contact with media officials during the opening months of the Trump-Russia investigation. That investigation by the FBI started in the months leading up to and after the Nov. 2016 presidential election. However, the report does not mention that this official was part of the investigation.

Investigators found that the official had accepted tickets from members of the media for two black-tie dinner events, one costing $225 and the other costing $300.

From 2014 through 2016, the official had more unauthorized contacts with the media, including “substantive communications” with reporters and “unauthorized social engagements outside of FBI Headquarters involving drinks, lunches, and dinners.”

The official was contacted by the bureau for an interview during the investigation but denied the request. The inspector general’s office has the authority to subpoena FBI employees but not former ones.

Conservative Treehouse reported:

In 2018 the Department of Justice Office of Inspector General (DOJ-OIG) highlighted numerous FBI officials who accepted bribes from multiple media outlets including: “tickets to sporting events”, “golf outings”, “drinks and meals” as well as exclusive invitations and admission to “nonpublic social events” {Go Deep}.

Today the OIG expanded on the investigation that stemmed from that original outline, and published new findings.  Within the latest two page summary [pdf here], the “senior FBI official” is unnamed; however, prior research indicates it was former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

It is very frustrating to see that nothing is done to hold these corrupt FBI officials to account for such gross abuses of power and position.  The dual system of justice in the United States is creating a very serious collapse in credibility for multiple institutions of government.

In my opinion, the larger accountability issue is intentionally being handled this way as part of the “fundamental change” objective of the radical group behind the installation of Obama.  This is one continuum, and the lack of accountability is by design in the effort to perpetrate one ever-increasing, intentionally created crisis. The erosion of institutional credibility is a feature, not a flaw.

We are in a very precarious time, and must be careful as we are inundated by the openness of the corruption in the system.  The radicals want a reaction; they want a strong -perhaps violent- reaction; as that plays into their larger objective.   Misplaced anger toward the visibility of the corruption can be weaponized against us.

Michael Isikoff highlighted just how enmeshed media was/is with the FBI, DOJ and Fusion-GPS team in February 2018, when he admitted his reporting was being used by the DOJ and FBI to advance the political objectives of the intelligence community.

Additionally, FBI investigator Peter Strzok and FBI attorney Lisa Page were shown in their text messages to be leaking stories from the Clinton Investigation, the Trump investigation and the Mueller investigation to journalists at Politico, The Wall Street Journal and Washington Post. –SEE HERE

FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe was busted by the Inspector General leaking stories to the media and then lying about it to INSD and IG investigators. FBI Director James Comey admitted to leaking stories to the New York Times, and even hired his friend Andrew Richman (off-the-books), gave him access to FBI and NSA databases, and then leaked information to Richman along with another friend Benjamin Wittes at Lawfare blog.

Lest we forget, the original IG report on how the FBI handled the Clinton investigation revealed that dozens of FBI officials were actually taking bribes from the media for information.

Jim Sciutto, Evan Perez and Carl Bernstein were coordinating the attack against President Trump through Jake Tapper’s show on CNN.  The FBI small group were well aware of what the CNN crew were planning.  This was a collaboration.

FBI Spokesperson Mike Kortan was coordinating the narrative on behalf of the FBI team.  The FBI knew the underlying premise was entirely false, and likely so too did the CNN crew as we outlined in “The Anatomy of a Political Smear.”

I’m not going to waste time going over the issues again.  {Go Deep Here – Go Deep Here}  At this point, highlighting the accuracy of the past holds no value.  Suffice to say the larger American electorate, ‘We The People’, just need to train ourselves how to spot this stuff when it happens.  As long as people continue to believe in the U.S. media apparatus, it will be more difficult to break the cycle of abuse.

Our nation deserves better.  We deserve better.

Perhaps the most alarming evidence of the FBI abuses of power and media collusion was found in a 2019 Buzzfeed story, when the Mueller team was at its apex.  Buzzfeed News outlined how FBI agents assigned to Robert Mueller’s team actually leaked documents from their investigation to the media.

This admission is stunning.  At the time of publication, I did not think Buzzfeed realized what they were admitting to.   It’s in these paragraphs (emphasis mine):

(Buzzfeed[…] I’d also like to share an accounting of how we came to our characterization, to give our audience and people who reasonably raised questions about our reporting as much information as possible about how the story came to be.

Our story was based on detailed information from senior law enforcement sources. That reporting included documents — specifically, pages of notes that were taken during an interview of [Michael] Cohen by the FBI.

In those notes, one law enforcement source wrote that “DJT personally asked Cohen to say negotiations ended in January and White House counsel office knew Cohen would give false testimony to Congress. Sanctioned by DJT. Joint lawyer team reviewed letter Cohen sent to SSCI about his testimony about Trump Tower moscow, et al, knowing it contained lies.”

The law enforcement source also wrote: “Cohen told OSC” — the Office of Special Counsel — “he was asked to lie by DJT/DJT Jr., lawyers.”  At the time, the sources asked reporters to keep the information confidential, but with the publication of Mueller’s report they have permitted its release. (read more)

Do you realize what Buzzfeed is saying right there?  The FBI agents on the Muller team gave copies of their FD-302 reports (investigative notes) to Buzzfeed news !!

Notice the use of the plural “reporters“; specifically the way “reporters” is used in the paragraph, infers that multiple media outlets were given the same FBI leaked documents.  Tell me again about the honorable “rank and file”…  I digress.

Misplaced corrective action -regardless of intent- is not wise or prudent and may make things worse.  We must start by understanding what the primary objective is for the radicals underneath the “fundamental change” agenda.   Act locally to protect your family, your community and your state; but at the same time be engaged and connected to the larger American community that are also battling on their local levels.

The Gateway Pundit added:

The Office of Inspector General on Tuesday released its findings of misconduct by a then-senior FBI official for having numerous unauthorized contacts with the media, and for accepting unauthorized gifts from members of the media.

A senior FBI official had numerous unauthorized contacts with members of the media between January and November 2016 in violation of FBI policy.

The FBI official also received tickets to black-tie dinners, had unauthorized lunches, dinners and other social engagements with reporters.

“The OIG investigation substantiated the allegation that the Senior FBI Official had numerous unauthorized contacts with the media from 2014 through 2016, in violation of FBI policy. In addition to substantive communications with reporters, this media contact included unauthorized social engagements outside of FBI Headquarters involving drinks, lunches, and dinners,” the OIG report said.

“The OIG also found that the Senior FBI Official violated federal regulations and FBI policy when the Senior FBI Official accepted tickets from members of the media to two black tie dinner events, one valued at $225 and the other valued at $300, and received transportation to one event from a reporter, all without prior authorization.”

According to the OIG, the FBI official retired before the OIG contacted them for an interview.

When contacted for an interview, the FBI official declined and the OIG was not authorized to compel testimony.

“The OIG does not have the authority to compel or subpoena testimony from former Department employees, including those who retire or resign during the course of an OIG investigation.”