In a glimmer of hope for accountability, Rep. Jim Jordan has revealed that 14 FBI whistleblowers have come forward with information regarding the corrupt FBI.
“Fourteen FBI agents have come to our office as whistleblowers, and they are good people,” Jordan told Fox News. “There are lots of good people in the FBI. It’s the top that is the problem.”
Many agents have come forward in recent months over the intimidation of parents at school board meetings, the Jan. 6 Capitol breach, and the politicization of the Justice Department.
Jordan said agents are coming to him with a whole array of issues because they are tired of the political nature seen in the federal agency.
Could this be a step in the right direction? Possibly so, but this kind of trend typically dwindles into the abyss, as we've seen in years past.
Nevertheless, we must be optimistic while also moving forward with a larger, more permanent solution: a Convention of States. To make effective change, COSA is pushing for accountability in a new movement called End the FBI, which encourages patriots to send a message to their representatives.
An informal survey conducted by COS found that among nearly 20,000 email respondents, the overwhelmingly majority – 99% – believe that the raid of former President Trump's Florida property was unreasonable.
In terms of the motive behind the raid, 93% of COS-polled voters said it was done by Trump's political enemies, while a small percentage believe it was done by the impartial justice system.
“It’s becoming a well-worn trail of agents who say this has got to stop, and thank goodness for them and that American people recognize it, and I believe they’re going to make a big change on Nov. 8,” Jordan said, referring to the midterm elections.
An Article V convention is the solution to federal abuses, and that's really the only way to address the issues deeply-tied into the base of our government structure. Washington is far too influential on our everyday lives and politicians are spending too much time and money in a rat-infested city – that's both literally and figuratively.