Alleged CIA Contractor Claims FBI Involvement With Alex Jones, Jan. 6

Sound Investigations released a video Thursday in which an undercover reporter recorded a date with a man who claims to have worked closely with the CIA and FBI.

Sound Investigations is a tax-deductible investigative journalism nonprofit. In the new video, one of their journalists speaks to a man named Gavin O’Blennis.

O’Blennis describes himself as a “contracting officer” for the CIA, and claims to have worked for the FBI in the past. He boasts of his connections with both agencies during the call. O’Blennis’ now-deleted LinkedIn profile backs this up. Screenshots of the profile taken before it was deleted list his position as an “Immigration Services Analyst” with the Department of Homeland Security. which is backed up by his comments in the video. The profile also lists his previous employment with the FBI.

“You can kinda put anyone in jail if you know what to do … You set ‘em up,” he said to his “date.” “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.”

“Does the Bureau practice entrapment a lot?” the undercover journalist asked.

“We get really close … we get as close as we can,” O’Blennis replied. The conversation then drifted toward a more concrete example.

O’Blennis spoke at length with the journalist about Alex Jones, a media personality who lost most of his money and credibility in a defamation lawsuit. O’Blennis implies that the FBI or CIA may have been involved to some degree.

The journalist also pressed O’Blennis about the Jan. 6 protest at the Capitol.

“I thought you said that there were FBI agents in the crowd at J6,” O’Blennis was asked by the undercover journalist.

“There are, there always are,” O’Blennis said before pointing out that there wasn’t a substantial number of agents present. “

I’m talking we maybe had 20,” he said, pointing out that there weren’t enough agents to stop the protests. “Just to go through, to observe, to see what they can hear, you know that kind of thing.”

O’Blennis also claimed to personally know some of the agents that were at the protest.

While there may not have been enough agents present to calm the crowd, many point out that even a few undercover operatives could have aggravated the protesters.

The more likely reason for the agents to be at the protest would be simply to observe, as O’Blennis said. Whether those observations were used to locate and arrest protesters or for other reasons is unknown.

FBI Director Christopher Wray denied that there were any undercover agents at the demonstration in his sworn testimony to the House Judiciary Committee on 12 July.

“You don’t know whether there were undercover federal agents, FBI agents, in the crowd and at the Capitol on January 6?” Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) asked.

“I want to be very careful because there have been a number of court filings related to some of these comments and I want to make sure I stick within that,” Wray replied. “I do not believe there were undercover agents on scene.”

While the effects of the approximately 20 agents are debatably impossible to assess, the implications of the FBI’s director shamelessly lying to congress is concerning.

“Do people know that the Bureau was in the crowd?” the undercover journalist asked.

“Nope, and they probably never will,” O’Blennis responded.

Now we know.

Previous articleWest Virginia Bans Four Banks Over Leftist ESG Policies
Next articleImmigration Scheme Using Staged Robbery Turns Fatal