CIA Contractor Exposes FBI Presence At Jan. 6 Protests

A shocking report based on an undercover investigation has brought to light claims that Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents were present during the events at the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. The information was disclosed by Gavin O’Blennis, who was identified as a contracting officer for the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and a former FBI official. O’Blennis, whose insights came to light through a covert operation by Sound Investigations, indicated that at least 20 undercover FBI agents were operating among the protesters.

O’Blennis’ statements were captured on video taken by a hidden camera. They divulged the strategies employed by the U.S. intelligence community against political adversaries.
When asked about the FBI presence on Jan. 6, he said: “I’m talking we maybe had 20. You needed 1,000 to get rid of that crowd. Just to go through, to observe, to see what they can hear, you know that kind of thing.”

O’Blennis also confirmed the FBI wanted to avoid having the public find out that embedded agents were present at the Capitol. He admitted he knew several of the agents who were present personally. Referring to the CIA, he said, “They work for the Agency now.”

FBI Director Christopher Wray has testified before Congress that he was “not sure there were undercover agents on scene” during Jan. 6. When Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ) pressed him further, Wray flatly said, “I do not believe that there were undercover agents on scene.”

Additionally, O’Blennis mentioned the intelligence community’s targeted actions against high-profile figures like Alex Jones, revealing a concerted effort to financially and publicly incapacitate individuals deemed adversarial. O’Blennis said, “We did what we wanted, took his money away, chopped his legs off. We shut him up for a while.”

“So, we were after him hardcore,” he added.

The contractor was also asked if federal agents actively engaged in efforts to entrap criminal defendants. “You can kinda put anyone in jail if you know what to do. You create the situation where they have no choice but to act on their impulse,” he said.

Moreover, the tactics described by O’Blennis — ranging from surveillance to entrapment-like strategies — highlight a disturbing readiness to undermine the very foundations of democratic engagement and free speech. Those methods only contribute to the climate of distrust and fear that is rapidly eroding the public’s confidence in their leaders and institutions.