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Today was a big day on Capitol Hill, with multiple FBI whistleblowers testifying about the horrendous persecution they’ve received for telling the truth about the political weaponization of the Bureau.

If you have any doubt how severely the regime will attack its whistleblowers, especially when it comes to sensitive issues like the January 6 Fedsurrection, you need look no further than the case of Jeremy Brown. As Revolver covered in a recent piece, Brown was recently sentenced to nearly 10 years in federal prison in cooked up charges that were quite obvious retaliation for Brown’s exposing the JTTF and FBI’s attempt to recruit him as an informant in the months leading up to January 6th.

READ MORE: Biden Regime’s Seven-Year Prison Sentence for Green Beret Jan 6 Whistleblower Re-Opens Festering Wounds of Fedsurrection Lie

Today’s hearing revealed no less scandalous details involving retaliation against government whistleblowers. One case in particular stands out, chiefly for what it says about the condition of our country, but also because it directly affects Revolver News. In anticipation of today’s hearing, the New York Times’ favorite January 6 lapdog Alan Feuer published a piece, “F.B.I. Revokes Security Clearances of 3 Agents Over Jan. 6 Issues”,” that provided some detail on one of the whistleblowers, Marcus Allen (emphasis ours):

Mr. Allen’s top-secret security clearance was revoked after the bureau found that he had “expressed sympathy for persons or organizations that advocate, threaten or use force or violence,” the letter said. F.B.I. investigators determined that Mr. Allen had sent an email from his bureau account to several colleagues months after the Capitol attack, urging them to “exercise extreme caution and discretion in pursuit of any investigative inquiries or leads pertaining to the events of” Jan. 6, the letter said.

Mr. Allen also sent an email linking to a website stating that “federal law enforcement had some degree of infiltration among the crowds gathered at the Capitol,” leading Mr. Allen to comment that this supposed fact raised “serious concerns” about the U.S. government’s participation in the riot.

F.B.I. investigators also found that Mr. Allen, who filed a lawsuit against Mr. Wray last year contesting the initial suspension of his clearance, failed to provide relevant information to fellow agents investigating the riot about people who allegedly took part in the attack, the letter said.

Alongside the other two whistleblowers, the government went so far as to question Allen’s “allegiance to the United States”:

The Federal Bureau of Investigation has revoked the security clearances of three agents who either took part in the riot at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, or later expressed views about it that placed into question their “allegiance to the United States,” the bureau said on Wednesday in a letter to congressional investigators.

Based on conversations with multiple sources close to the matter, we can now definitively report that the Agent Allen had his security clearance revoked for sharing a Revolver News article that explored the likelihood of federal agents’ involvement in January 6th. Stop and read that again. A patriotic and decorated marine veteran and current FBI employee tasked to investigate January 6 crimes had his security clearance revoked and his loyalty to the United States government questioned for sharing (not even endorsing) a Revolver News article on January 6th. 

Former State Department diplomat Mike Benz reacted immediately in a state of shock:

Referencing one of Revolver’s own articles (yes we have many readers in high places) Benz pointed out the absurdity of the government’s retaliatory action on its face:

It is not only absurd but also outrageous that FBI agent Allen would have his patriotism questioned and security clearance revoked for sharing a legitimate news article that questioned the government’s narrative. Congressman Matt Gaetz, an America First firebrand, drove home the point by highlighting that Allen, apart from being an FBI agent in good standing, was also a decorated veteran and Marine. Gaetz definitively proved what is already well known to those who have studied the issue: Allen was factually correct in asserting that there were at least dozens of informants and undercover agents on the ground during the so-called riots on January 6th.

For some comic relief, an incredibly low-IQ congresswoman fumbled an attempted ‘gotcha’ moment by associating Mr. Allen with a Twitter account that had nothing to do with him.

The comic relief was short lived, as the hearings went on to address yet another heroic FBI whistleblower who recounted a story of how the FBI deliberately and maliciously rendered him homeless in retaliation for telling the truth.

With all of the intimidation tactics at its disposal, it is no wonder the regime is able to keep most of its dirty secrets under wraps. The country is indeed in a dire situation if federal employees stand to lose their security clearances for merely sharing websites like Revolver News, which dare to provide cutting-edge reporting that contradicts the regime’s official narrative.

Rest assured, that won’t stop us. Nothing will stop us. We’re just getting started. We will continue to report on these brave whistleblowers as the story develops.