FBI whistleblower tells WND how conservatives are painted as 'domestic terrorists'

 December 19, 2023

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

WASHINGTON – FBI agent Kyle Seraphin couldn’t take it anymore.

Between 2016 to 2023, he had lived through working at a once-revered agency that now interfered with elections and worked to jail everyday Americans whom the bureau surveilled and schemed to entrap for what were essentially “thought crimes.”

He refused to comply with the autocratic Executive Order 14043 mandating federal employees to take at least three shots of experimental COVID-19 vaccines. But beyond that, the federal agency was severely violating everything he stood for as an American citizen, Air Force veteran, and father of four.

Realizing he was situated at the epicenter of rapidly evolving evil, Seraphin blew the whistle.

As expected, the FBI retaliated against him.

"I spent one year on an unpaid suspension because I refused to get the vaccine," Seraphin told WND in an exclusive interview. "Then I brought forward a number of whistleblower allegations that should have been protected, but ended up becoming very retaliatory, and I was forced out of the FBI in April of 2022, without pay for a full year."

As has become increasingly apparent, the FBI actually engaged in election interference leading up to the 2020 election, while reprioritizing an agenda to outlaw political dissidence. Suddenly, FBI agents were being notified that individuals or groups who champion traditional, patriotic American values were domestic threats.

"The FBI was investigating parents at school-board meetings underneath the counterterrorism guise, which I believe represented perjury by the attorney general," he said.

"The FBI was using what they call the 'Domestic Violent Extremist symbols guide,' using the Betsy Ross flag, the Gadsden flag and various other patriotic symbols – as indicators of what they call the 'anti-government anti-authority violent extremist' and 'militia violent extremism,'" he continued. "That was truly offensive, as a vet and as someone who's been around cops and vets my whole life."

Insisting that the 2020 election was stolen could land you on a terror watch list, Seraphin told WND, detailing the FBI’s mechanism for systematically interfering with election integrity.

"We found that there was some election interference going on – that they were calling things like 'misinformation' and 'disinformation' federal crimes, when in fact they were not that. That was guidance coming out of that Hoover Building."

At the same time, shockingly, the FBI organization also began the hunt for Christians.

This misuse of the government agency's intelligence resources in First Amendment-protected spaces "has a significant overlap with what happened on January 6," the FBI insider explained. "I've called out the FBI for going after what they called 'Radical Traditionalist Catholics,' which are simply Catholics that are interested in the Latin Mass. The surveillance program was started and the intelligence products were being drafted out of the Richmond field office."

In February, Seraphin exposed the FBI’s internal memo on "Radical-Traditionalist Catholic Ideology."

The memo directed the FBI to monitor these Catholics through "the development of sources with access," including in "places of worship."

It presented a list of "hate groups" – published by the Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization infamous for smearing mainstream conservative and Christian nonprofits as "hate groups" – as a place to start this work.

The bureau publicly rescinded the guidance a day after a whistleblower published it.

The government planned and premeditated the J6 "fedsurrection," as some now call it, by strategically disregarding traditional annual protocols reserved for National Special Security Events, Seraphin says.

"We can look at the past as an indicator of what should happen in the future and it's very common for protests, both spontaneous and planned, to happen in Washington, D.C.," he said. "It's probably the most protested city in the United States of America.

"There are annual NSSE protocols that go into effect for the State of the Union, the presidential inaugurations, national celebrations like the Fourth of July, and other major holidays that take place within the National Capital Region.

"NSSE are protocols of joint command posts. These are standard and are codified by law and executive order to be run by the Secret Service under the Department of Homeland Security. This is a protocol to handle enormous crowds coming in, and they include command posts for federal and local resources from the District of Columbia and Metro Police Department to the ATF, the FBI and the Department of Energy, and of course, Capitol Police is always involved.

"They all get together and have a common joint command post and they all have their own command posts to manage their own individual responsibilities during these days. The fact that that did not happen on January 6 is a dead giveaway that something different was afoot …

"There is no reason why a protest should have gotten out of hand in a city that handles professional protests on the regular, multiple times a year with crowds as big or bigger than what happened on January 6."

While the government conspicuously neglected to adhere to traditional NSSE protocols on January 6, 2021, weeks later during Joe Biden’s inauguration, the government employees were intact. But this was not a coincidence, contends the fed-up former fed who worked in an uncover, low-visibility role for the FBI during Trump’s 2017 inauguration.

NSSE protocol "happens on a frequent basis and the fact that it did not on January 6 is incredibly suspect and substantiates what people are saying when they believe that something was afoot," he told WND. "It was nefarious. These people were set up."

He added: "How they were being set up and why and what specific actors were involved? That's something that must be investigated properly. The problem is, is that the federal government is thwarting this at every single turn, which only makes people more special suspect."

Following the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the FBI developed a task force to combat "Homegrown Violent Extremists," individuals in the U.S. motivated by a foreign ideology – for example, one American citizen in Minneapolis with allegiance to Al-Qaida.

But the bureau "ran out of threats of international terrorism and HVEs, despite the huge budgets" they were allocated to thwart those crimes.

So, with no radical Islamic jihadists to investigate, the FBI "moved into a third category, 'Domestic Terrorism,'" and ramped up investigations of so-called "white supremacism" and individuals who hold conservative mainstream positions, leading up to January 6.

Seraphin detailed how the bureau is incentivized to target specific demographics:

"The DHS and the FBI, as part of the internal intelligence community, will forecast a problem, and then they will realize that threat because that's what they're incentivized to find. A problem with looking for white supremacists in the United States is the supply of these white supremacists is nowhere near what the demand is," he said. "The Bureau is requesting a significant quantity of these people and so bending backward to be able to put people in these boxes.

"I recall getting briefings in 2017 about people under the 'right-wing, violent extremist' umbrella – everybody from Richard Spencer, who at that time was avowing a white nationalist position, to Milo Yiannopoulos and Gavin McInnes with the Proud Boys. Jordan Peterson was lumped in on the slide show as well.


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