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Yet another case of FBI corruption makes perfect case for Convention of States

Published in Blog on August 31, 2022 by Jakob Fay

Last week, the Convention of States Project reported that Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted his social media platform had intentionally cracked down on the Hunter Biden laptop story per the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s request that the company be on the lookout for “Russian propaganda."

Interestingly, only a few days after Zuckerberg dropped his bombshell, Timothy Thibault, a top FBI agent who allegedly interfered with an investigation into the future president's son’s laptop prior to the 2020 presidential election, abruptly retired.

Newsweek journalist James Bickerton reported that “Thibault rose to public attention as one of 13 assistant special agents who was investigating Biden's laptop, which the FBI seized in 2019, ahead of the 2020 presidential election. Earlier in August, he was removed from this supervisory role by FBI director Christopher Wray, following whistleblower accusations of bias the bureau chief described as "deeply troubling."

Apparently, Thibault frequently showed signs of partisanship - including, for example, posting on Twitter that “Donald Trump is a psychologically broken, embittered, and deeply unhappy man” - that would have compromised his ability to investigate the Hunter Biden laptop case objectively. His sudden resignation immediately following an incriminating revelation about the FBI’s role in suppressing the Hunter Biden story seemed suspicious to many political commentators.

According to Thibault’s attorneys, the former agent “voluntarily retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Mr. Thibault was not fired, not forced to retire, and not asked to retire.” Additionally, they noted that “Mr. Thibault was eligible for retirement and informed his supervisors about a month ago that he intended to retire….”

They further alleged that he “did not seek to close the [Hunter Biden] investigation.

Regardless of exactly what role Timothy Thibault played in the Hunter Biden controversy, his story highlights yet more corruption within the FBI.

As the Convention of States Project has pointed out, corruption is deeply rooted not just within the FBI but within our entire federal system of governance. Even if efforts to end the FBI succeed, other branches and departments of the federal government will continue in the same line of corruption.

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