(FixThisNation.com) – FBI whistleblower Garret O’Boyle, who is one of the three whistleblowers to testify before the House Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government on Thursday, stated that he had a warning for any of his former colleagues who were considering testifying against the bureau.
When asked by committee member Rep. Kelly Armstrong, R-N.D., what he advised his former colleagues, he stated that he would advise them to not testify. He proceeded to state that the government would attempt to crush both “you and your family” for trying to shed light on the things that they were doing wrong.
He proceeded to state that he would encourage his colleagues to take all their complaints to Congress or to get in touch with Congress, but that he would also advise them against doing it. He proceeded to state that not testifying was not going to help provide a solution to any of the problems the FBI has or help shed light on corruption. However, he would still advise them to not take action.
This advice came after a long and heated hearing where O’Boyle along with two other FBI whistleblowers, Stephen Friend, and Marcus Allen, were called to testify about any retribution they have experienced following their decision to come forward about the agency.
O’Boyle revealed that after the committee chose to move him and his family from Kansas to Virginia he needed to rely on charity and then he proceeded to end his assignment. He further argued that the FBI had blocked his family from accessing his personal property and getting it back for six weeks.
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