Startling whistleblower claims reveal FBI targeted pro-life groups and pregnancy centers post-Roe v. Wade overturning. In testimony given before the House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government, FBI Special Agent Garret O’Boyle of the Wichita Resident Agency made serious allegations against the agency. According to O’Boyle, the FBI began investigating threats against Supreme Court justices in the wake of the Dobbs case. However, the investigation took a concerning turn when the tag “THREATSTOSCOTUS2022” was allegedly used to target pro-life groups and crisis pregnancy centers instead. These disturbing revelations have raised serious questions about the actions of the FBI and the integrity of its investigative procedures.
FBI accused of unfairly targeting pro-life groups, according to whistleblower testimony
The controversy surrounding the FBI’s alleged targeting of pro-life groups and crisis pregnancy centers following the overturning of Roe v. Wade continues to grow. In testimony before the House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government, FBI Special Agent Garret O’Boyle spoke out about the agency’s troubling actions. He revealed that the FBI created a threat tag, “THREATSTOSCOTUS2022,” to investigate threats against Supreme Court justices, but it eventually became a means of targeting pro-life individuals.
Furthermore, O’Boyle alleged that he was pressured to investigate a pro-life source about threats against SCOTUS, despite the individual having no known connection to any violent activity. He expressed his bewilderment about the targeting of pro-life individuals, noting that it was pro-choice people who were the ones protesting or threatening violence in front of Supreme Court justices’ houses. These revelations have raised serious concerns about the actions of the FBI and its investigative procedures.
Whistleblower alleges FBI manipulated domestic terrorism stats and retaliated against him
The allegations against the FBI continue to mount as whistleblower Garret O’Boyle speaks out about the agency’s actions. O’Boyle claimed that the FBI broke up cases into several different investigations to pad its stats regarding domestic terrorism, with the goal of securing additional funding. He asserted that he was working on one case, but the agency counted it as four, allowing them to claim a larger domestic terrorism threat.
In addition to these allegations, O’Boyle claimed that he was retaliated against for speaking out publicly about the agency’s malfeasance. He stated that he was suspended by the FBI and prevented from collecting his belongings from a Virginia storage facility. O’Boyle had to pay $10,000 to reclaim his items, and he argued that the agency was being weaponized against agents and anyone who spoke out about wrongdoing within the agency.
The FBI has denied these claims, stating that they do not punish individuals who make protected whistleblower disclosures. However, the accusations raised by O’Boyle have raised serious concerns about the actions of the FBI and the transparency of its practices