FBI Whistleblower Goes on the Record About Politicization of Department of Justice

(TheRedAlertNews.com) – A whistleblower from the FBI has been interviewed at the US House of Representatives on the reported politicization of the Justice Department, Republican US Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio has announced.

Jordan is the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee but also heads a House subcommittee investigating the “weaponization” of the federal government by the administration of President Joe Biden.

The new GOP Speaker of the US House of Representatives, Rep. Kevin McCarthy of California, approved the subcommittee as a concession to the 20 Freedom Caucus Republicans who fiercely opposed his candidacy.

It was not immediately clear whether the interview with the whistleblower from the Federal Bureau of Investigation was conducted by the subcommittee or the House Judiciary Committee, The Washington Examiner reported, as cited by Newsmax.

House Judiciary Committee chairman Jim Jordan said the whistleblower interview began on Tuesday and was transcribed.

The report points out that no fewer than a dozen whistleblowers from the FBI have spoken with Republican US lawmakers over the past few months.

The whistleblowers have revealed “partisan activity in federal law enforcement” that has intensified under the Biden administration.

The Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee have also included FBI whistleblowers in their investigation of the cases looking into classified US governments discovered in possession of President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump.

According to The Washington Examiner, Jordan has questioned the Justice Department over why it was investigating Trump more aggressively than Biden.

One of the top priorities of the new Republican majority in the House of Representatives has become the probe into the “weaponization” of the federal government by the Democrats.

The formation of the “weaponization” subcommittee was one of the first acts of the new Congress. It is under the House Judiciary Committee and seeks to investigate the FBI, the Justice Department, and the Department of Homeland Security.

The 12 Republicans that House Speaker Kevin McCarthy picked for the subcommittee include Rep. Elise Stefanik of New York, the head of the House Republican Conference.

Among those are also Reps. Chip Roy of Texas and Dan Bishop of North Carolina. They were part of 20 conservative hardliners who blocked McCarthy’s speakership candidacy until he agreed to their demands.

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