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Investigative Journalist Claims FBI Threatened to Plant Child Porn on Husband’s Computer

Following the FBI raid on 45th President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home and resort, video has resurfaced showing investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson telling Republican Members of Congress that the FBI threatened to “plant” child porn on her husband’s computer as part of an “operation” against her and her family.

Speaking to a panel of congressional representatives that included Reps. Matt Gaetz, Louie Gohmert, and Lauren Boebert alongside Project Veritas Founder James O’Keefe, Attkisson explained that federal agents intended to plant evidence of child pornography against her husband, but never ultimately did so.

“One little reported facet of my case is that one of the federal agents involved in one of the operations against me said that they intended to plant child porn in my husband’s computer,” said Atkisson, an independent journalist who has previously criticized COVID-19 vaccines. “This is the FBI.”

“There’s been a case that’s currently in litigation unrelated in which an FBI agent has testified that they did that, they had done that,” she said.

Attkisson noted that while the FBI failed to plant the evidence of child pornography, it would be challenging to ever “get out of that” if the plan had been successful.

“It was not accomplished in my case. I guess the curtain was drawn on that facet of the operation prior to them doing it, but imagine how you ever get out of that. They knew we had a young daughter at home, and had allegedly conspired to do that,” Attkisson said.

The FBI’s handling and procurement of child pornography has been well documented in the recent past.

Back in May, for example, the San Francisco Chronicle revealed that the federal agency had been in total control of an online child pornography service that showed “thousands of images showing children being raped, displayed and abused” for two weeks in hopes of catching the sites users.

The website functioned as a message board that included topics such as “How to lure a child in my car,” “Meeting other pedos in real life,” and “Do kids LIKE anal sex?”

While operating at the direction of the FBI, the site “continued to distribute child pornography online,” court records revealed.

“At least 10,000 photos of children being posed nude, raped or otherwise abused were broadcast through the site” prior to the FBI finally shutting it down.

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