There have been several allegations against the FBI’s credibility, and accusations are stacking up.
Following the raid on the Florida resort of former President Donald Trump, the FBI has been accused of many instances of wrongdoing.
The agents who participated in the raid on Trump’s Florida residence have been accused of additional wrongdoings.
The raid appears to have been predicated on the fact that the documents at Mar-a-Lago were classified, despite the fact that former President Trump stated he declassified them himself, and that no raid was necessary because Trump had voluntarily complied with the current administration’s requests regarding the documents.
Prior to the FBI’s raid on Trump’s estate, however, a number of informants had leveled charges of political prejudice against senior FBI personnel.
Multiple examples of dubious behavior have prompted a deeper examination by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
The allegations are not novel.
Time reported in 2018:
A PBS News Hour survey conducted in April  revealed a 10-point decline, from 71% to 61%, among Americans who believed the FBI was “simply doing its job” and an 8-point increase, from 23% to 31%, among those who believed it was “biased against the Trump Administration.”
The Times investigation then enumerated many agency concerns and allegations of “not knowing” by high-ranking agents and officials.
However, it appears that agency members are now more eager than ever to testify against unethical behavior.
The Washington Field Office, which dispatched agents to Florida to conduct a search of Trump’s estate, was also subject to its own set of claims.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“The FBI is completely out of control and its culture and structure need to change.
Not only is the political bias completely out of control and disgustingly obvious, the FBI knows they will not be held accountable for their illegal behavior and misconduct,” said one Whistleblower in a letter to Rep. Louis Gohmert (R-Tx) of the House Judiciary Committee.
This whistleblower had alleged that FBI Director Christopher Wray ignored her allegations of sexual misconduct. CONTINUE READING…