An ICE agent just might be able to blow the lid off an evolving scandal from within the Barack Obama administration. The Department of Homeland Security special agent claims she turned down a massive amount of hush money in order to preserve her integrity and to maintain the ability to unearth the truth.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Special Agent Taylor Johnson maintains she was offered a whopping $100,000 severance package in exchange for signing a non-disclosure agreement relating to the corruption she found inside the Obama administration, as per Freedom Daily.
According to a report by the Daily Caller, Special Agent Taylor Johnson worked for more than a decade at DHS. She was investigating the United States Customs and Immigration Services’ EB-5 program.
The EB-5 program involves the granting of green cards to immigrants – a very specific group of immigrants. Foreigners who invest more than $500,000 in the United States are permitted to apply for the fast-track green cards.
Agent Johnson found multiple possible problems with the way the program was being run and its applicants. Her reports should have garnered international headlines and televised Congressional hearings.
Sadly, that did not occur and the power of the mainstream media is largely to blame. All of her bosses were appointed by Obama and were clearly not motivated to reveal the truth about the shady shenanigans going on inside the EB-5 program.
During her testimony in a Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs hearing last year, Agent Johnson said she was stripped of both her gun and badge without any explanation after finding fraud and abuse in the program.
After losing her credentials Johnson said she was then offered the hush money and had a non-disclosure agreement thrust upon her.
What did she find? According to Johnson’s testimony, DHS officials were taking kickbacks and getting cozy with organized crime via the EB-5 program. The special agent also said she found program applicants from China, Russia, Pakistan and Malaysia who received a green card approval in no more than 16 days.
“Some of the violations investigated surrounding the project included bank and wire fraud, and I discovered ties to organized crime and high-ranking politicians and they received promotions that appeared to facilitate the program,” Special Agent Taylor Johnson said under oath.
Their Department of Homeland Security files “lacked the basic and necessary law enforcement queries,” according to the special agent. Apparently proper vetting took a backseat in cases where the foreign applicants had pockets deep enough to grease the necessary palms.
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