Patrick Bet-David welcomed both Garret O’Boyle and Steve Friend to the PBD Podcast this past Thursday.

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Garret O’Boyle

Garret O’Boyle, a man of unwavering determination and a fervent passion for justice, has carved a remarkable path in the pursuit of justice and good.

Former FBI Agent O’Boyle was given a new assignment in September of 2022 in Virginia, requiring him to move himself and his family from Wichita, Kansas. The FBI waited until that time to suspend O’Boyle and escorted him out and suspended him without pay.

O’Boyle, fellow Agent Stephen Friend, supervisory intelligence analyst George Hill, and staff operations specialist Marcus Allen, as well as unnamed whistleblowers, have alleged that America’s top law enforcement agency is beset by “abuse, misallocation of resources and retaliatory conduct,” the Judiciary panel said in a statement.

The 78-page interim report by the House panels states that O’Boyle and Friend were suspended indefinitely for making protected disclosures to Congress after supervisors ignored concerns raised about potentially illegal conduct.

According to further interviews not contained in the interim report, Allen expressed to his supervisors in September 2021 that he also shared “concerns that [FBI] Director [Christopher] Wray had been untruthful in his testimony” before Congress earlier that year about the Capitol riot.

He believes his security clearance was taken away after raising those concerns with his supervisors.

O’Boyle continues to serve with the same zeal and dedication that propelled him from humble beginnings to the forefront of the fight against crime. His unwavering pursuit of justice stands as a testament to the power of one individual’s unwavering commitment to the greater good.

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Steve Friend

Steve Friend grew up in Savannah, Georgia, and graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. He transitioned from a career in business to law enforcement in 2009. Friend was a sworn police officer in Savannah and Pooler, Georgia, for four years before joining the FBI in 2014.

He spent his first seven years in the FBI investigating violent crime and major offenses occurring on Indian reservations in Northeast Nebraska. He was also a member of the FBI Omaha SWAT team for five years. In 2021, Friend transferred to Daytona Beach to investigate child exploitation, human trafficking and child sexual abuse material.

Friend was reassigned to domestic terrorism casework in October 2021, and was indefinitely suspended as an FBI special agent following his whistleblower disclosures in September 2022.

Friend spotlighted how the politicized FBI was cooking the books to support an ongoing narrative from the Joe Biden administration to label Donald Trump voters as violent extremists.

Friend witnessed overzealous practices to harass conservative Americans, and realized the FBI was turning its investigative processes into a punishment. When the married father of two made his bombshell allegations in a whistleblower disclosure, leaders within the FBI exposed themselves as partisan, ambitious players who insisted that January 6th protestors killed police officers and attempted to seize American democracy.

Hell-bent on suppressing Friend from exposing the truth, FBI officials seized his gun and badge and suspended him from working as a special agent. In his memoir, “True Blue: My Journey from Beat Cop to Suspended FBI Whistleblower,” Friend reflects on the lessons and life experiences that led him to ultimately risk his career to uphold his FBI special agent oath to protect and defend the United States Constitution against all enemies, both foreign and domestic.

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