The same FBI Director in charge of the Michigan Whitmer kidnap and murder hoax and was then later moved to Washington DC prior to the January 6 protests at the Capitol has quietly announced he is retiring to spend more time with his family.
In October 2020, less than a month before the 2020 Election, it was announced that the FBI had heroically saved Michigan’s corrupt governor Gretchen Whitmer from a plot to kidnap and kill her. Whitmer graciously blamed President for the incident and thanked the FBI for their heroic work in saving her life.
TGP suspected it at the time, and it eventually turned out to be true that the entire Whitmer kidnapping fiasco was a setup. The FBI used at least 12 FBI informants in the case versus six people indicted.
Steven D’Antuono was behind the Whitmer operation to target innocent Americans. Several lives were ruined in the process due to the complete set-up planned, staged, and paid for by the FBI.
One US Rep called out the FBI on the contrived plot which was an FBI operation from start to finish.
Just before the 2020 election, the FBI announced it had thwarted an alleged plot to kidnap the Michigan governor.
A jury found that the FBI had actually entrapped at least 2 of the defendants.
Is this how the DOJ carries out its operations? The American people deserve to know. pic.twitter.com/ZcjGtwKWtC
— Rep. Dan Bishop (@RepDanBishop) July 28, 2022
In early August, the FBI confirmed that the same man leading the failed Whitmer entrapment scheme, Steven D’Antuono, was running the Jan 6 investigation in Washington D.C.
Next, we found out that the FBI opened the doors to the Michigan State Capitol during anti-COVID mandate protests in 2020. And we asked if it was the FBI who did the same thing and opened the magnetic doors to the US Capitol on Jan 6.
As we put these pieces together we could see a pattern of outrageous abuse by the dirty cops at the FBI.
On Thursday, we learned that the same Assistant Director of the FBI involved in the Whitmer entrapment scheme and the Jan 6 investigation in DC is leaving the FBI.
FBI master-blaster Steven D’Antuono, the top official at the Washington, D.C., FBI office, quietly announced via his LinkedIn page that he had left the Bureau the day before…
…D’Antuono claims he decided to end his career to “spend more time with family.” His decision comes — coincidentally — as the new, Republican-led House of Representatives has promised to give the FBI a much-needed enema.
Republicans from the House Judiciary Committee have named D’Antuono and eight other FBI bigwigs as people who have some prompt ‘splainin’ to do.
In addition, to advance our oversight, we require prompt testimony from FBI employees. We expect your unfettered cooperation in arranging for the Committee to receive testimony from FBI employees. As an initial matter, we anticipate requiring testimony from the following employees, either in hearings or transcribed interviews, early in the 118th Congress:
1. Christopher A. Wray, Director;
2. Paul Abbate, Deputy Director;
3. Timothy Langan, Executive Assistant Director, Criminal, Cyber, Response, and
4. Jennifer L. Moore, Executive Assistant Director, Human Resources Branch;
5. Steven M. D’Antuono, Assistant Director in Charge, Washington Field Office;
6. Carlton L. Peeples, Deputy Assistant Director, Criminal Investigative Division;
7. Kevin Vorndran, Deputy Assistant Director, Counterterrorism Division;
8. Laura Dehmlow, Section Chief, Foreign Influence Task Force; and
9. Elvis Chan, Special Agent, San Francisco Field Office.
Is it a coincidence or do you think the Assistant Director in Charge of the Washington Field Office is leaving the Bureau because of his activities at the FBI?