WATCH: Ex-FBI Undercover Asset Risks All to Prove Jan. 6 Was a ‘Fedsurrection’

For the last three and a half years, the FBI and federal prosecutors, in tandem with federal judges, have refused to disclose information regarding the extent to which the U.S. government deployed undercover informants in the crowd at the “Save America” rally in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 6, 2021. . .

Ex-FBI confidential human source Derek Myers risks years of jail time for saying too much about his former employer. Yet despite the potential legal ramifications, Myers insists the FBI ran an operation involving hundreds of undercover informants on Jan. 6 to entrap and incriminate Trump supporters.

He would know. He was recruited for the assignment. . .

The public should know, Myers told WND in an exclusive interview, that confidential human sources were laced all throughout the Jan. 6 crowd and that they are considered above the law while on the job.

“I’m going to try and word this in a way without compromising the FBI’s contractual obligations. When we, as human assets, are signed into the program for the FBI, we typically must sign paperwork that says what we can and cannot do. Specifically, when it comes to being part of these rallies, or any sort of lawbreaking, we get a temporary designation by the District Attorney’s Office in the Department of Justice,” he said. “These designations are called ‘tier one,’ ‘tier two’ or ‘tier three,’ and it is essentially a ‘get out of jail free’ pass for a certain amount of time. (Read more from “Ex-FBI Undercover Asset Risks All to Prove Jan. 6 Was a ‘Fedsurrection'” HERE)