Garret O'Boyle, the FBI agent and whistleblower at their hearings recently, suspended by the FBI because he leaked sensitive investigative information from FBI computers to Project Veritas KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, June 10, 2023

Garret O'Boyle, the FBI agent and whistleblower at their hearings recently, suspended by the FBI because he leaked sensitive investigative information from FBI computers to Project Veritas

Garret O'Boyle, the FBI agent that Republicans claimed was a whistleblower and witness at their hearings recently, was actually suspended by the FBI because he leaked sensitive investigative information from FBI computers to Project Veritas. 

Democrats are now asking the Department of Justice to investigate whether he broke the law by possibly lying to Congress. 

O'Boyle also is one of the witnesses who admitted to being paid by Kash Patel, an aide to Trump. 

Why does every GOP narrative seem to blow up in their faces? Am I off base here? In the letter, Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., and Del. Stacey Plaskett, D-Virgin Islands, detail several instances when O'Boyle, in interviews with committee staff and in the panel’s public hearing, denied that he had leaked FBI information to the media.

O’Boyle testified that he made Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, who chairs the Weaponization subcommittee, aware of his suspension and had provided him with the letter informing him of the FBI’s decision. O’Boyle described the charge as nothing more than an allegation and claimed that he never provided anyone outside the agency with nonpublic information before he was suspended. Lawmakers learned about the reason for O'Boyle's suspension, which was previously unreported, in testimony that Jennifer Moore, the FBI’s executive assistant director for human resources, provided to the House Judiciary Committee's Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government. Parts of her testimony are included in a letter top Democrats on the Judiciary and Weaponization panels wrote to Garland, alleging that O’Boyle lied to the committee about leaking information before he was suspended.

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