We Will 'Trust In God's Providence': FBI Whistleblower Says Bureau Will Continue To Come After Him, Describes 'Rot' At The Top Of The 'Ten-Headed Snake'

Garret O'Boyle, a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) whistleblower who was retaliated against, was recently interviewed by Fox News where he detailed his personal experience with the politicization and weaponization of the FBI. 

Mr. O'Boyle claims that the FBI placed him on unpaid suspension following his protected disclosures and how he and his family suffered homelessness through this cruel retaliation. Mr. O'Boyle expressed the view that the FBI's stance toward him remained fundamentally unchanged. "I won't hold my breath there because I'm sure they are going to ramp up the pressure to try to get rid of me even more now...But we're just going to take it step by step, and trust in God's providence for us and my family and for this nation," O'Boyle said. 

"As I testified [before Congress], I had been selected for a new specialty unit in the Quantico region," O'Boyle explained. "And one night after we sold our house and had our youngest daughter and began to move across the country, when I reported for duty on that first day, I was promptly suspended...And that is really when the retaliation began." O'Boyle said he harbored a "reasonable belief" that the FBI engaged in "patting statistics" for partisan purposes and that this culture of politicization created a "two-tiered system" that starts at the top of the FBI. 

O'Boyle described that the "rot is at the headquarters level. It is at the top. I would estimate that probably 20 percent of the agency, the senior executive staff level and, honestly, it's probably not even all of them, just a lion's share of them, who have really distorted and twisted the agency...I've compared it to a Hoover-like FBI again, where back then, it was really just Hoover who was running the show, and in charge and had his own henchmen...Now, I think Director Wray is pretty much insulated from a lot of that… it's these other [senior executive service]-level employees who are more of a conglomerate, it's like a ten-headed snake instead of a one-headed snake."



O'Boyle also noted that others in the bureau reached out to him to let him know others in the federal service shared his concerns about the direction of the FBI. "They want to get out of the agency as fast as possible, but they just want to keep their heads down and make it to that retirement, which from my view... that's an unfortunate position to take because if every employee in the FBI... all stood up and pointed out the wrongdoing that the FBI is engaging in, I think we'd be better off as a nation," the whistleblower explained.   

O'Boyle expressed that his aim was "to keep trying to fight the good fight and shine a light in the darkness that the FBI continues to try to hide."

The FBI responded to Fox News's request for comment by maintaining that "The FBI’s mission is to uphold the Constitution and protect the American people. The FBI has not and will not retaliate against individuals who make protected whistleblower disclosures." This comment will age in the same way perhaps as the FBI's insistence that it had reformed itself sufficiently that the abuses (or as they called them- "missteps") detailed in the Durham report could not happen again.  

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