Posted by Richard Willett - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 21 September 2023

Former Top FBI Official Claims Bureau Had So Many Paid Informants In Jan. 6 Crowd They Lost Count

The former head of the FBI’s Washington D.C. field office, Steven D’Antuono, is blowing the whistle on the bureau’s countless number of paid informants who took part in the Jan. 6th debacle.

D’Antuono told the New York Post this week his field office had “Confidential Human Sources” (CHS) embedded in the J6 crowd, but also explained “informants run by other field offices” were taking part in the protest unbeknownst to him at the time.

D’Antuono has privately testified to the House Judiciary Committee about the bureau’s use of paid informants and explained the federal agency polled employees about CHSs in the J6 crowd.

However, the internal polling was not an audit or investigation and didn’t provide accurate data.

Former Capitol Hill Police Chief Steven Sund previously told The Post the FBI “had at least 18 undercover agents in the crowd plus another 20 from the Department of Homeland Security” in addition to the unknown number of CHSs.

Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) issued a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday requesting a “substantiative briefing” on the use of paid informants during the infamous demonstration.

On Wednesday, Kentucky Republican Thomas Massie pressed Biden Attorney General Merrick Garland on the recent weak indictment of Jan. 6 provocateur and suspected federal informant Ray Epps, saying, “You indicted him on a misdemeanors and meanwhile you’re sending grandmas to prison. You’re putting people away for 20 years for merely filming. Some weren’t even there but you got the guy on video saying go into the Capitol, he’s at the sight of first breach, and it’s an indictment on a misdemeanor.”

Massie even got Garland to potentially perjure himself when he said he was unaware whether or not there were “any” undercover assets in the Jan. 6 crowd.

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