Whistleblowers stepped forward recently and revealed that top FBI brass smuggled cellphones into secure rooms, called SCIFs, in violation of bureau rules.
This is the same organization that raided the homes of thousands of Trump supporters in the past two years and continues to harass and subpoena top Trump associates to this day.
The FBI recently raided President Trump’s home allegeding, falsely, that he was holding classified documents while at the same time violating their own protocol at the headquaters building and in satallite offices around the country.
Monica Crowley joined Jesse Watters Monday on FOX News to discuss the latest FBI whistleblower accusations.
Via FOX News.
The Washington Times reported:
More FBI whistleblowers have stepped forward to Congress and accused high-ranking bureau officials of bringing unauthorized smartphones into top-secret facilities, a security breach that can expose classified materials.
This time, the FBI said it is investigating the complaints and “takes all security matters seriously.”
The alleged security violations occurred in a sensitive compartmented information facility or SCIF set up for the executive offices on the 7th floor of the FBI’s J. Edgar Hoover Building, according to the whistleblower.
The new complaint follows The Washington Times’ exclusive report last week detailing an FBI agent disclosing to Congress that FBI Deputy Director Paul Abatte, among other top agents, broke security rules and jeopardized classified material by using a smartphone inside of SCIFs.
The FBI denied the whistleblowers’ accusations about Mr. Abatte but said the bureau was looking into the new allegations…
…“During the exam, I observed dozens of strong Bluetooth signals. As I began looking for possible sources, I observed several phones on desks and in use inside the SCIF,” the former FBI employee said in the disclosure to lawmakers. “I had just begun looking for them when the Chief Security Officer responsible for the area shut me down. He specifically directed me not to pursue it or take any action.”
“Cell phones are not permitted inside. Based on the readings I observed, I believe every employee there was violating the cell phone policy,” he said in the whistleblower disclosure.