VIDEO: Feds Aim To Silence ‘Biggest and Loudest’ Dissidents

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A purported CIA officer and former FBI official was unwittingly filmed explaining how the law enforcement agency allegedly manipulates the fates of those it considers its political enemies.

The revelations came courtesy of Gavin O’Blennis, who bragged about the FBI’s exploits to a journalist from Sound Investigations who was secretly filming the self-described “contracting officer” for the CIA.

O’Blennis claimed that the FBI had about 20 undercover agents in the crowd during the Capitol protests on January 6, 2021, a number that the FBI has not acknowledged.

“There are, there always are, when there’s a big protest in D.C., just in case it gets out of hand like that,” he said. “There wasn’t enough to turn that tide. I’m talking we maybe had 20. You needed 1,000 to get rid of that crowd.”

O’Blennis claimed that he currently manages contracts for the CIA. He purportedly worked for two years at the FBI before moving to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), where he interviewed purported asylum seekers at the southern border.

But perhaps the most incriminating admission by O’Blennis was that the FBI gets very close to engaging in entrapment, which is when a law enforcement agent induces a person to commit a crime that he would otherwise not commit.

Speaking about the jailing of anti-abortion activists, O’Blennis said, “We can, you can kind of put anyone in jail if you know what to do. You set them up. You create the situation where they have no choice but to act on their impulse. And once they act on that impulse, some would call that entrapment. It’s a fine line.”

When asked if the FBI’s practice of setting up targets was common, O’Blennis said, “We get really close … we get as close as we can to it without doing it.”

He said the FBI calls this practice giving a “nudge.”

O’Blennis said the nudge could include a fake post tailored to an individual because the FBI already knows “everything about [the target].”

“Sometimes you light the fuse and just wait for it to follow,” he said.

O’Blennis said that the FBI was likely after Tucker Carlson. He then brought up Alex Jones, who he said the FBI wanted to take down for being the “biggest and loudest” dissident voice, seemingly suggesting the agency used CIA-obtained intelligence. O’Blennis claimed that when it came to Jones, government officials guided the families of the Sandy Hook school shooting victims to file a civil case against him, which resulted in a nearly $1.5 billion judgment against the political commentator.

O’Blennis said that Jones was forced into bankruptcy because the FBI could not put him in prison since he did not commit a crime.

“Being ignorant is not a crime, though it should be,” proclaimed O’Blennis.

He also spoke about his experience interviewing asylum seekers for DHS. He noted that most do not qualify for asylum status, but that can change with persistence. “If you do it enough times, you get a sympathetic ear, and they’re like ‘approved!'” he explained.

O’Blennis also said the CIA wants TikTok to be owned by Americans so that it could gather intelligence through the social media platform that China allegedly has access to. Currently, TikTok is owned by ByteDance, a Chinese company.

The O’Blennis video has caught the attention of at least one lawmaker in Washington.

Rep. Troy Nehls (R-TX) was on Benny Johnson’s podcast when he addressed O’Blennis’ comments about Alex Jones and Tucker Carlson, encouraging both commentators to sue the federal government provided the allegations were true.

Nehls said he would be in favor of issuing subpoenas to determine the veracity of O’Blennis’ statements.

“These are abuses that the American people will not tolerate,” Nehls said.

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