Bombshell Report Reveals FBI Used Threat Tag To Focus On Pro-Lifers In Wake Of Dobbs Ruling

A brand new report has revealed that the Federal Bureau of Investigation allegedly made use of a threat tag it cooked up as a means of tracking threats to the Supreme Court to focus on individuals within the pro-life movement, according to information revealed by a whistleblower to the Houses Select Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government.

How much more do people in the U.S. need to see before they finally understand that progressives are now transforming federal law enforcement agencies as weapons to silence anyone who dares to disagree with their agenda and ideology? First, it was the raid on Trump’s Florida residence. Then, it was the arrest of Mark Houck, a pro-life activist. There have been many other examples. They are trying to intimidate people into keeping their mouths shut. The madness must be brought to an end.

FBI Special Agent Garret O’Boyle, who worked from the Wichita Resident Agency in the Kansas City Field, said the threat tag, ‘THREATSTOSCOTUS2022.’ which was made after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last summer, was ‘legitimate’ because ‘threatening a Supreme Court official is a violation of a federal crime,’ according to portions of a transcripts of O’Boyle’s Feb. 10 interview with the panel, obtained first by Fox News,” the folks at Breitbart News reported.

O’Boyle then stated that the threat tag, “shifted and began focusing on pro-life adherence,” the report revealed.

“When this threat tag came out, it was like, why are you focusing on pro-life people?” O’Boyle’s transcript allegedly goes on to state. “It’s pro-choice people who are the ones protesting or otherwise threatening violence in front of Supreme Court justices’ houses.”

O’Boyle then explained that the FBI wanted agents to “look into” pro-life pregnancy centers, which he said he was confused by due to the fact these pregnancy centers were far more likely to receive threats after the overturning of Roe than the Supreme Court was. He then allegedly informed the panel that he was told to ask a confidential human source, who he stated was pro life, ” a bunch of questions about the threats to the Supreme Court.”

He reportedly said, “I do” when panel asked O’Boyle whether or not he believed the FBI was making threat tags in a politicized manner. O’Boyle also said that the FBI had him take a single domestic terrorism case and split it into “four different cases.”

“O’Boyle said the division of one case into multiple separate cases gave the FBI the opportunity to go to Congress and say, ‘look at all the domestic terrorism we’ve investigated,’” the report stated.

“He claimed the the agency suspended him for making protected disclosures to Congress and said he was even prevented from gathering his personal belongings. O’Boyle told the panel the agency is ‘weaponized’ against agents and anyone who tries to expose ‘malfeasance inside the agency prior to this,'” Breitbart said.

The FBI spoke with Fox News Digital saying the agency “does not conduct investigations based on a person’s political or social views.” The FBI also stated that it had “no comment on particular threat tags,” though it pointed out that a tag is “merely a statistical tool to track information for review and reporting.”

“The creation of a threat tag in no way changes the long-standing requirements for opening an investigation, nor does it represent a shift in how the FBI prioritizes threats,” the agency said in a statement to the outlet.

The bureau then denied, as it usually does, that it “manipulated statistics for domestic terrorism,” going on to say it will “never open an investigation based solely on First Amendment protected activity.” Nor did they retaliate against whistleblowers. Or so they claim.

News of the whistleblower’s allegations also comes after United States Attorney General Merrick Garland admitted that the Department of Justice (DOJ) has prosecuted more pro-life activists than pro-abortion extremists following the Supreme Court’s Dobbs Decision, even though the FBI estimated that 70 percent of abortion-related violence was aimed at pregnancy resource centers and churches,” Breitbart continued.

“Garland blamed the timing of the alleged crimes for the prosecution discrepancy, claiming that pro-lifers have been easier to track because ‘those actions are taken with photography at the time, during the daylight, and seeing the person who did it is quite easy,'” the report added.

“Those who are attacking the pregnancy resource centers, which is a horrid thing to do, are doing this at night, in the dark,” Garland said to Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) during a Wednesday Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. “We have put full resources on this. We have put rewards out for this. The Justice Department and the FBI have made outreach to Catholic and other organizations to ask for their help in identifying the people who are doing this.”

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