The FBI is a shadow government secret police operation just like Stalin’s KGB, willing to use intimidation, threats, harassment and break down doors until they get what they want.

Appearing as a guest on Sean Hannity’s show Wednesday night, Gregg Jarrett from FOX News had some harsh words for chief witch smeller Robert Mueller and his inquisition.

Jarret wasn’t shy about sharing his opinion. “I think we now know that the Mueller investigation is illegitimate and corrupt.” The Fox personality is fully convinced the rumors, that the investigation into Russian collusion with President Trump to influence the election, is really a partisan frame-up, are totally true.

According to Jarrett, “Mueller has been using the FBI as a political weapon and the FBI has become America’s secret police.” Jarrett goes as far as comparing the investigation to the Soviet secret police, the KGB. “Secret surveillance, wiretapping, intimidation, harassment, and threats. It’s like the old KGB that comes for you in the dark of the night banging through your door.”


Hannity was taken back by the force of the remark and warned Jarrett that was a bold statement. “This is not a game,” he reminded. He wanted to be sure his guest wasn’t just creatively exaggerating, “this is not a hyperbole you’re using here?”

“No,” Jarrett insisted, “ask Paul Manafort. They came for him and broke through his front door.” They didn’t kick it down but they did pick the lock, that counts as breaking and entering.

The New York Times reports that while Paul Manafort lay peacefully asleep in his bedroom one early July morning, “federal agents bearing a search warrant picked the lock on his front door and raided his Virginia home.” When they left, they hauled away “binders stuffed with documents and copied from his computer files.”

They were expecting clues that “secret offshore bank accounts” had been opened by Manafort while he was Trump’s campaign chairman. For some reason, they considered the suits he wore to be evidence. They took pictures of every suit in his closet.

The Times also mentions Mueller’s “shock-and-awe tactics to intimidate witnesses. For instance, “Mr. Mueller has obtained a flurry of subpoenas to compel witnesses to testify before a grand jury, lawyers and witnesses say, sometimes before his prosecutors have taken the customary first step of interviewing them.”

The persecution even extended to Manafort’s lawyers, traditionally shielded by attorney-client privilege from testifying about their conversations. “They are setting a tone. It’s important early on to strike terror in the hearts of people in Washington.” Solomon L. Wisenberg explains. “You want people saying to themselves, ‘Man, I had better tell these guys the truth.’” Wisenberg served as deputy independent counsel in Bill Clinton’s impeachment trial.

The fireworks went off when Hannity mentioned a few of the names suddenly prominent in headlines. “Let’s start with all of these revelations. Jeannie Rhee, Peter Strzok and all of these figures. Hillary Clinton supporters, Trump haters,” Hannity began.

Jarrett is convinced “the FBI is a shadow government now. It has become highly politicized.” Pointing to the FBI agent on Mueller’s inquisition caught sending anti-Trump texts to his equally-married mistress, Lisa Page, who also works on Mueller’s team as a lawyer, “Peter Strzok is the perfect example of it,” Jarret explains.

Strzok was a “key player” in the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server. Coincidentally, he was the one who downgraded the wording in the formal assessment James Comey signed off on, clearing Hillary. Strzok changed “grossly negligent” to “extremely careless.”

Strzok was extremely careless himself by exchanging pro-Clinton messages with the co-worker he slept with. During the election, the pair often exchanged “anti-Trump sentiments and other comments that appeared to favor Clinton.” According to Gregg Jarrett, Strzok “led both the Hillary Clinton investigation and, until recently, the Mueller investigation. This is a guy who has corrupt political motives. We now know it.” Referring to the texts he exchanged with his cuddly co-worker, “the Congress has the emails but he is the tip of the iceberg.”

Weissmann is a proud member of the “anti-Trump resistance.” Judicial Watch insists “this is no longer a suspicion. We know it’s true.” Weissman is the top assistant to inquisitor Mueller himself. When Sally Yates quivered her chin and cried after Trump fired her for standing on personal principles by refusing “to comply with President Trump’s order to issue a travel ban,” Weissmann posted “I am so proud. And in awe. Thank you so much. All my deepest respects.”

Yates has a role in the Mueller drama too. Based on her Congressional testimony, she is the rat who “informed White House Counsel Don McGahn that Michael Flynn had made untrue statements about his talks with the Russian ambassador, and discussed with McGahn possible criminal prosecution of Flynn.”

Jeannie Rhee followed Mueller like a puppy from the law firm of WilmerHale they both worked at before the witch hunt was convened. Two other lawyers came along for the ride. This week, we learned from Laura Ingraham that “she represented Obama Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes during the House Select Committee on Benghazi’s investigation of the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack.”

The Clinton Foundation also shows up on Rhee’s list of clients. She defended the Foundation from a Freedom Watch racketeering lawsuit in 2015. She also represented Hillary directly in conjunction with a suit trying to obtain Clinton’s private emails.

Mueller has her working on finding out how Trump can be charged with something for having James Comey yanked off the inquisition earlier this year.