The most recent case in point: The FBI had 'informants' (and likely agents) involved in the Jan. 6 breach of the U.S. Capitol Building.
Last month, Fox News host Tucker Carlson and Revolver News revealed details seen in federal court papers listing “unindicted co-conspirators” who were allegedly involved in the Capitol “riot.” In the past, that term has been employed by federal prosecutors to indicate FBI informants and undercover agents who were involved in fomenting illicit illegal behavior from individuals who otherwise would not have committed any crime.
In the case of the Capitol assault, several hundred supporters of President Donald Trump were swept up in the moment and encouraged by those same operatives to “storm the Capitol” while lawmakers were meeting inside to certify the election theft on behalf of Joe Biden. In fact, The New York Times reported just this week that an FBI informant (at least one) was actually inside the Capitol too, but of courses that person did not get arrested like more than 500 others so far.
So knowing all of this, it should not come as a surprise that this garbage agency was sent to question patriot groups involved in trying to rescue Americans and legitimate allies from Afghanistan after the most pathetic president ever, Joe Biden, left them behind last month following a deadly, chaotic and poorly executed pullout.
Politico reported the details:
The FBI has been reaching out to members of the veterans’ groups working to evacuate American citizens and at-risk Afghans and inquiring about their activities, in at least one case visiting a group leader at his home.
Agents have visited, emailed and called members of Task Force Pineapple and Task Force Dunkirk, two of the more prominent organizations, and other groups with a host of queries. The Bureau has asked groups about financial records, to provide manifests and make sure no federal laws are violated, according to eight group members and congressional aides familiar with the moves.
Mind you, they're concerned these patriots might be 'breaking some U.S. laws,' but the bureau has no problem with its own agents, say, lying on applications filed with the FISA court to spy on a member of the 2016 Trump campaign.
Agents have gone to the home of Scott Mann, founder of Task Force Pineapple, according to Tim Parlatore, who is legal counsel for the group. He claimed that such visits from the FBI are normal and that the organization cooperated fully, but let's be clear and honest: No visit from the FBI is "normal." That doesn't even make any sense.
“Any time you get visited by the FBI or contacted by an entity like that, it's concerning,” one person affiliated with the groups, who, like others spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive topic, told Politico.
Let's recall that the Biden regime, including the president himself and many Democrats, claimed that 'all Americans who wanted to leave Afghanistan' had been evacuated; that lie was quickly refuted by interviews from Americans still in the country and abandoned by the regime in the days and weeks since.
And besides, if that were true, these volunteer groups would not have formed because there would have been no one for them to rescue.
The regime currently in power is the most anti-American in the history of the country. No president since the Nixon administration has eft Americans behind in a country after a war.