Why I left the FBI….

Whistleblowing Bureau Special Agent Exposes ‘Two FBI’s’

UNLESS living in a cave, as blind as a bat, or an avowed anti-American, one has to be aware of the weaponization of the entire FED apparatus. A cancer within.

IN fact, since 2015, this investigative journalist forewarned re the capture of the FBI, and, by extension, the so-called intelligence apparatus. Step by step….by step….creep by creep. Presently, it is a done deal. DOA.

BE that as it may, it is imperative for more agents to blow the whistle, so to speak — that is, before the whole house of cards collapses on the heretofore underpinnings of western civilization, America.

MEMO: Aside from all of the above evidentiary trails, let’s just say that the inner workings of the FBI (and CIA) have been rotting from within, even before 9/11/01. Indeed, it ramped up after the two-term wrecking balls of the Obama regime. How is it known at this end? Well, some of the poop and scoop can be found within…

HINT: Know this, too: As he chased down jihadi cells responsible for 9/11/01 all over the world (having been tasked by former NYPD Commish Kelly), and whether dealing with their offices in New York, Washington, or throughout their stations abroad, the common thread was to throw obstacle after obstacle in his path! Yes, the CIA was equally ‘uncooperative.’

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FOX NEWS | By Nicole Parker |  January 12, 2023

On Sept. 11, 2001, I was working for Merrill Lynch on the top floor of the World Financial Center in New York City. I witnessed up-close the horrific deadly terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. My colleagues and I evacuated our building and were led to safety thanks to the heroic efforts of NYPD officers. That day, 2,977 souls were not as fortunate. I was shocked. Heartbroken. I vowed to God that I would give back and serve this great nation.

This vow led me to leave a multibillion-dollar hedge fund in 2009 and apply to become an FBI special agent. According to the Wall Street Journal, around 45,000 people applied to be special agents that fiscal year. About 900 made the cut. I was one of them.

After five months of arduous training at the Academy in Quantico, I was a sworn-in special agent, assigned to the Miami Division. I considered it a sacred responsibility and was honored to be entrusted to protect and serve the American people.

My entire career was spent in the field, where I believed I could make the strongest impact in rescuing victims and putting criminals behind bars.


It was my privilege to work alongside the finest and brightest in the FBI, local law enforcement and our federal partners, participating in the investigations of myriad criminal cases: The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida; the 2017 Fort Lauderdale airport shooting, the Cesar Sayoc pipe bomb case, multimillion-dollar Ponzi schemes, crimes on the high-seas, bank robberies, murders for hire, sexual assaults; extortions and more.

Yes, it was physically taxing and emotionally jarring. But I believed I was making an impactful difference.

Every day, I woke up and embraced being an FBI special agent.

Until things changed.

Over the course of my 12-plus years of service, the FBI’s trajectory transformed. On paper, the bureau’s mission remained the same, but its priorities and governing principles shifted dramatically. The FBI became politically weaponized, starting from the top in Washington and trickling down to the field offices.

Although I was always treated with the highest level of respect in the Miami Division, I no longer felt that I was the type of agent the FBI valued.

Lately, there has been one politicization issue after another at the FBI. Consider an example: on June 4, 2020, images and videos surfaced online of special agents in their FBI-marked ballistic vests kneeling to protesters in Washington, D.C., while on official duty protecting our nation’s institutions.


Although agents have their First Amendment rights, they are not at liberty to publicly express any potential political support while on duty wearing official FBI gear.

Some claimed they knelt for de-escalation purposes but images revealed some agents clapping and smiling! They hardly seemed to be in danger. In fact, the agents posted at another building nearby remained standing during the entire protest.

On top of that, there was no reprimand for any of the agents who knelt that day. In fact, many ended up getting highly sought-after promotions and were offered $100 gift cards by the FBI Agents Association.

For many agents nationwide, it was upsetting to see the lack of judgment by the kneelers, much less their apparent political statements while on the job. And the fact that they were treated like heroes by some FBI managers was appalling.

It’s as if there became two FBIs….continue reading here….

(Cross-referenced at: Adina Kutnicki: A Zionist & Conservative Blog)

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