Wait just a minute… Christopher Wray quietly retires top Jan 6 Fedsurrection henchman Steven D’Antuono…
from Revolver News:
Those following our reporting will recognize that D’Antuono led the Whitmer Kidnapping entrapment hoax, before being promoted to the coveted DC office where he went on to be the public face of the FBI’s notorious “pipe bomb investigation” as well as one of the key henchmen protecting the Fedsurrection narrative. Revolver’s FBI source described D’Antuono’s position as Assistant Director of the DC office as a “rocketship position… people vault from the Assistant Director position into the 7th Floor of Hoover… it is a position for climbers.” To take an example, the disgraced Andy McCabe of Russiagate fame used a similar position in the Washington Field Office as a stepping stone to top management.
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The great Julie Kelly has the receipts regarding the D’Antuono retirement:
SCOOP: Chris Wray announcing new head of DC FBI field office right after the election.
As I reported a few weeks ago, Steven D’Antuono—responsible for agents, informant in Whitmer then promoted to DC—is retiring this month. Obviously an attempt to thwart congressional inquiries: pic.twitter.com/e0npuwW121
— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) November 10, 2022
Revolver News was the first to flag Steven D’Antuono over two years ago for his mysterious and quiet promotion to the coveted Washington Field Office position from which he has just as mysteriously and quietly resigned. As we mentioned above, Christopher Wray promoted D’Antuono to the coveted Washington DC Field Office post after D’Antuono had finished overseeing the Whitmer Kidnapping entrapment operation as head of the Detroit FBI Field Office.
To get a sense of the type of operation D’Antuono ran in relation to the Michigan Kidnapping plot, refresh your memory with the following:
A look at the annotated indictment reveals that at every level of the plot, FBI operatives played the most important leadership roles:
-The plot’s “explosives expert,” who the plotters were accused of planning to buy bombs from, turned out to be an FBI agent.
-The head of transportation for the militia outfit turned out to be an undercover FBI agent.
-The head of security for the militia outfit turned out to be an undercover FBI informant.
-At least two undercover FBI informants were active participants in the initial June 6, 2020 meeting in which the plot to storm Capitol buildings was allegedly hatched — meaning at least three FBI informants infiltrated before the conspiracy even started.
In one of the plot’s climactic scenes, in the main van driving up to look at Governor Whitmer’s vacation home, three out of the five people in the van — 60 percent of the plot’s senior leaders — were federal agents and informants.
Given the striking parallels between the Whitmer entrapment operation and the January 6 Fedsurrection, it is more than curious that the man in the former would be quietly promoted to a top post in DC just months before the latter:
And so we see the strange parallels between the so-called Michigan Plot and the so-called 1/6 Capitol Siege. In Michigan you had an alleged plot involving the storming of a state capitol, allegedly involving members of one of the very same key militia groups associated with the 1/6 plot. And we’re supposed to believe that despite massive and now publicly confirmed FBI and government infiltration of the Michigan Plot, there was no similar infiltration for 1/6?
Such a position appears still less plausible when we consider a final, suspicious connection between the Michigan Plot and 1/6.
The head of the FBI field office in Detroit, Steven D’Antuono, who oversaw the infiltration (and incitement?) operation into the Michigan plot was quickly and quietly promoted to lead the coveted Washington, DC field office.
Not only was D’Antuono promoted to the DC post in the months leading up to and during January 6, he became the public face for the Pipe Bomb investigation—one of the most damning and suspicious aspects of the official Fedsurrection narrative.