Republican Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio explained the 14 FBI whistleblowers and added "frankly, we anticipate more."
"Jordan, the top Republican on the House Judiciary Committee, has been fielding whistleblower allegations against officials at the Justice Department and FBI since last November," reported Breitbart.
"Breitbart News spoke with Jordan and his staff about the whistleblowers after multiple reports circulated this week that took comments Jordan made on the matter during a recent television appearance out of context," Breitbart reports.
"Fourteen FBI agents have come to our office as whistleblowers, and they are good people. There are lots of good people in the FBI. It’s the top that’s the problem. But some of these good agents are coming to us telling us this is bologna what’s going on, the political nature now of the Justice Department," Jordan said.
Jordan asserted to Breitbart News that he has in fact had 14 whistleblowers speak to his office about the Justice Department and FBI but that all of them approached his office prior to the Trump raid.
"It started when we realized what the Justice Department was doing relative to parents and the whole school boards issue," Jordan said.
His comment was "in reference to allegations one whistleblower made to Jordan’s office in November 2021 that the FBI was taking counterterrorism measures to investigate parents who it deemed a threat at school board meetings," reports Breitbart.
"It’s been on all kinds of issues, but the overall theme here is the political nature," Jordan said. "Fourteen whistleblowers have come to us, and, frankly, we anticipate more."
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