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Shocking Conspiracy Exposed: FBI and IRS Destroying Whistleblowers

During an interview on Fox News’ “Hannity,” Sean Hannity raised concerns about the lack of protection for whistleblowers in the country. He pointed out the apparent hypocrisy of Democrats, who claim to support whistleblowers but only when it suits their agenda against Donald Trump. Hannity asked Representative Jim Jordan for his thoughts on the matter.

Jordan affirmed Hannity’s observation, stating that FBI and IRS whistleblowers have alleged a failure to protect them under the law and retaliatory actions against them. He emphasized that these individuals are being targeted for exposing the double standards in the attacks on both President Trump and the American people, which he finds deeply troubling.

Reflecting on the double standard, Jordan highlighted previous instances where officials like James Comey, Andrew McCabe, and Peter Strzok went after President Trump and his campaign without any valid justification or evidence. He mentioned recent developments involving Alvin Bragg, Fani Willis, and Jack Smith, suggesting that these prosecutors are following a similar path without substantial grounds.

According to Jordan, when individuals come forward to shed light on these discrepancies, they become targets of retaliation. He referred to the brave FBI whistleblowers who testified in a recent hearing, specifically regarding the Hunter Biden investigation. Their testimonies revealed the potential consequences whistleblowers face when exposing the truth about the government’s wrongdoing.

Jordan’s comments align with the recent warning from FBI whistleblower Garret O’Boyle, who cautioned that the government would crush those who dare to expose their misconduct. O’Boyle stressed that individuals and their families become targets when they shed light on the government’s wrongdoings, serving as examples of the consequences faced by truth seekers.

In essence, Jordan’s remarks echo concerns about the lack of whistleblower protection and the selective application of such laws by Democrats, raising doubts about the integrity and fairness of investigations targeting President Trump and the American people.

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