With Republicans taking over the House in January, all hell is about to break loose. Republicans have vowed to investigate nearly every segment of the Biden administration. They plan on investigating Hunter Biden’s laptop, Biden’s State Department (and its Afghanistan failure), his COVID response, and more.
Perhaps the most important investigations will be aimed at Biden’s DOJ and FBI. We’ve seen how the FBI has become heavily politicized. Top agents have abused their power to, as former AG William Barr put it, “pursue political objectives.” All to help Democrats. And just before the investigations start, one of the biggest rats is fleeing the ship.
From The Epoch Times:
In a Dec. 2 post to his LinkedIn profile, Steven D’Antuono, assistant director in charge of the FBI Washington Field Office, announced his retirement.
“After a 26-year, 10-month career with the FBI, I chose to retire,” D’Antuono wrote. “Yesterday was my last day.” […]
News of D’Antuono’s retirement comes just weeks after Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee named him as one of nine FBI employees they would “require prompt testimony” from as they seek to investigate potential political bias at the bureau.
Isn’t this interesting? One of D.C.’s top FBI officials announces his retirement, just days after Republicans name him as someone they will be interviewing. Reminds of us how Anthony Fauci jumped ship, just before Republicans took over.
Do these dummies think that retirement will protect them from subpoenas? Just because D’Antuono will no longer be working for the FBI doesn’t mean Republicans won’t call him in for testimony.
The man claims that after 26 years in the FBI, he suddenly needs to spend more time with his family. Does anyone believe that? We all know what happens when government flunkies leave their posts. They often get nice, cushy jobs in the private sector. This man isn’t going to go backpacking with his kids. He’ll get a job at a media outlet or lobbyist firm.
This retirement only serves to distance himself from the FBI. It might make some of the information he had access to harder to find by Republican investigators. And he might try to argue that he has “no knowledge” of certain crimes committed by top officials because he no longer works there.
But chances are, the truth will come out. Even if every FBI official retires, Republicans will gain access to the information they seek. D’Antuono is just assuming they will treat him better if he isn’t in the FBI.
- A top FBI from D.C. suddenly retired, after Republicans named him in an investigation.
- House Republicans will be investigating the Biden administration in the new year.
- The FBI officials have been accused of abusing their power to pursue political goals.
Source: The Epoch Times