Sharyl Attkisson has the BEST solution for how AG Barr could ‘root out corruption’ in our intel communities.
How to root out corruption: offer limited amnesty to FBI and CIA whistleblowers who tell on themselves or others. https://t.co/6OnCwvUHrX
— Sharyl Attkisson🕵️♂️ (@SharylAttkisson) May 6, 2019
From Sharyl via The Hill:
I’m in my 30th year of covering national news and I’ve learned a hard truth about the federal government under numerous administrations. It’s a culture where truth-telling is frowned upon; coverup is rewarded and encouraged.
That helps answer a question many have recently asked about the FBI and our intelligence community: Why haven’t more whistleblowers come forward?
There’s a simple yet dramatic way to change this longstanding culture, one that everyone should be able to get behind: A new whistleblower amnesty program.
It could start with the Department of Justice and intelligence community. Attorney General William Barr could set it up quickly, before the establishment has time to mount a full-force lobbying campaign to stop it.
Think Obama’s sweatin’ yet?
— The Loftus Party (@theloftusparty) May 7, 2019
Let’s make this happen! Does Trump need to sign something? #GitRDone
Would be like pulling a thread on a sweater…..
— Cottontop88 (@teresansteve) May 6, 2019
The first one to amnesty will tell on the others. The race is now on.
— Dennis Guest (@dennisandsandy) May 7, 2019
Who can be the first to throw their buddies under the bus?
Couldn’t happen to a better group of people.
Americans deserve to know the truth. Grant amnesty to break the wall of silence. Feds, especially DC types, are experts at CYA.
— Christopher Shove (@cshove) May 6, 2019
Which is why we so rarely see any consequences for these people … heck, if we even know about them in the first place.
Except those at the top leading this crusade.
— Lady V (@AnyoneTennis) May 6, 2019
No amnesty for the ones calling the shots.
We see you, Brennan.
Sounds good, but let’s start by kicking a few doors in at 4:00 am, just for fun.
— iComeInPeace (@MeanUncleMike28) May 6, 2019
Right? Why not?
Sharyl added this little nugget about spying …
The spy-er calls it just being curious.
The spy-ee knows it's spying.
— Sharyl Attkisson🕵️♂️ (@SharylAttkisson) May 7, 2019
And if anyone knows about being spied on it’s Sharyl.