The Deep State within the FBI

Put in office by President Trump, Christopher Wray continues as Director of the FBI.

What is not being investigated by the FBI is startling: violence against police, the contents of both Hunter Biden and Anthony Weiner’s laptops, and more. Brad Johnson, former CIA Chief of Station and President of Americans for Intelligence Reform, weighs in on the politicized enforcement arm of an increasingly leftist government.

Founder of Americans for Intelligence Reform, a non-profit organization, Brad retired after 25 years as a Senior Operative with the CIA. His multiple stations included areas fighting terrorism, and those succumbing to lawlessness, human rights violations, and communism. At AIR we publish what you need to hear that our media censors. Support independent news outlets by sharing and following.

6 thoughts on “The Deep State within the FBI

  1. Mr. Johnson, I understand your thoughtful and measured choice of words, but I think we both know it’s far worst than you stated. How would you characterize a federal law enforcement agency that misuses its confidential informant program to shelter criminals and both foreign and domestic operatives to conduct illegal activities that financially benefit the Democrat Party and Black Lives Matter? The FBI didn’t defeat the mob. They put them on their payroll. The FBI doesn’t fight organized crime. They are organized crime. I would still love to someday have a conversation with you about the Las Vegas shooting. I spent two years of my life investigating that shooting partially based on your courage in pointing out the need to examine Mr. Hodge. I doubt you would believe what I found unless I showed you the proof. George Webb knows me. I am methodical, and I document my work.

    1. You make many good points and the corruption at senior levels of the entire US Government is indisputable. I try to make that point as often as I can. I would be delighted to see what you have on Las Vegas, I have not forgotten those who were killed and wounded there.

      1. I will find a way to get it to you because it’s information I feel absolutely compelled to share. I spent a great deal of time trying to cultivate a relationship with a known FBI informant who had a front-row seat for the movement of cartel narcotics to the Pacific, most notably to Australia, and how that money was initially laundered in Australia (casinos and entertainment venues) and brought back to the United States for further “cleaning.” He was not very cooperative by any stretch of the imagination, but let’s just say he, and Sheriff Lombardo, were very interested in determining how much I knew. I feel like I will not be able to completely move on with my life until I show this to an interested party who is in a position to, at the very least, advocate change. I will have done my duty.

    2. The thing about Las Vegas isn’t about the lone shooter bs the mainstream media proclaims. It was an assassination attempt on Prince Salman by the corrupted Prince Alwaleed. Reportedly, the guy who the mainstream claimed to be a lone gunman was a fed posing as a weapon smuggler gone wrong. There was a shootout at the airport when Salman was being escorted attempting to escape right across from the Mandalay Bay in the Tropicana. There’s a photo of a Israeli in the group escorting Salman, who was pointing the gun at people outside standard American procedures—meaning Salman’s on our side. And technically speaking, the Saudis control big tech. The sword ceremony Trump attended is only conducted for new kings, no other presidents in history had that ceremony.

  2. I remember reports from the early days of the Clinton Administration about the Clinton’s having FBI files of the politicians in Congress being taken to the White House where they were scanned into privately owned computers. Could this be why some of the Supreme Court Justices vote with the libs?

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