Gaetz on FBI: ‘Congress must cut off their federal funding’

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

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The FBI whistleblowers’ testimony has shocked the nation. Special Agent Garret O’Boyle offered chilling testimony, per RSBN, while FBI Staff Operations Specialist Marcus Allen was questioned by Democrats over tweets made from an account that did not belong to him, according to Legal Insurrection.

The whistleblower testimony alleged many serious crimes regarding the FBI, and now Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., is calling to pull funding from the organization. 

Gaetz posted a tweet on Wednesday which stated, “The FBI has sown more evil than they have rooted out.”

In recent years, the FBI’s ability to serve the people has been called into question. Just last year, Reuters reported that nearly 100 women filed lawsuits against the organization for not properly investigating sexual abuse claims made by United States gymnasts.

While the FBI ignored serious sexual abuse crimes, they have a long list of questionable actions regarding the FISA Warrants, their Jan. 6 investigation conduct, Hunter Biden laptop information, Gretchen Whitmore kidnapping plot, and more, according to The Federalist.

With the latest FBI informants’ testimonies, the federal law enforcement agency is now under further scrutiny. So much so that some Americans are calling for the organization to be defunded. 

This now includes, Rep. Gaetz, who stated in his recent post, “Congress must cut off their federal funding and make significant organizational changes.” 

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