An Informant In The Michigan Kidnapping Case Has Been Charged With Fraud
Even while he was assisting the FBI, Stephen Robeson allegedly used a fake charity to defraud a Wisconsin couple out of an SUV.
You know how the FBI gets it’s informants, right? Does this need to be explained? To anybody at this point?
The FBI turns criminals into informants, supposedly to catch other even worse criminals. That’s the theory, anyway.
But what often ends up happening is the criminal informants aren’t targeted at even worse criminals to infiltrate and inform on. They’re sent to go after certain people for politicalized reasons.
What the FBI will do is either make an offer to a career criminal or accept an offer from a career criminal to become their very handsomely paid informant who works to infiltrate and inform on people the FBI is interested in taking down.
Let me give you just one example of how this works using the example of “Dr.” John McGreevy. He got caught with thousands of opioid pills in his possession by the DEA and the FBI in Baltimore because he was engaging in a massive amount of Medicaid fraud. To make money after he was done serving his time for that, McGreevy became an informant for the FBI.
One of the first people McGreevy turned into the FBI was a fellow he knew who supposedly was looking for a hit man to kill his wife. And this guy supposedly also wanted to kill the judge handling the case.
When he’s not playing FBI informant, McGreevy goes around inserting himself into any high profile right-leaning issue he can. When he makes a successful insertion, this FBI informant gives the same answer to issue: No matter what the issue is, the answer is: Rod Rosenstein and the Baltimore Dirty Tricks Squad.
Who hacked into Sharyl Attkisson’s computer? “Dr.” John McGreevy told her Rod Rosenstein & the Dirty Tricks squad in Baltimore.
Who killed Seth Rich? “Dr.” John McGreevy, intrepid FBI informant, told attorney Ty Clevenger and his investigators it was Rod Rosenstein and the Dirty Tricks Squad in Baltimore.
Who stole the 2020 election and how did they steal it? Attorney Lin Wood was approached by intrepid FBI informant “Dr.” John McGreevy and given an answer: It was Rod Rosenstein and the Dirty Tricks Squad in Baltimore.
And the curious thing is that when you dig into this, about why, no matter what the question is, “Dr.” John McGreevy, FBI informant extraordinaire, always has the same answer? You find out Rod Rosenstein and this “Dirty Tricks Squad’ are the FBI and DEA agents who just happened to send “Dr.” John McGreevy to prison for his massive opioid Medicaid scam.
You’re left with only 2 conclusions: either “Dr.” John McGreevy has the encrypted video tapes he claims he does, and gave Lin Wood the encryption key Wood claimed to have, and that he’s telling the truth about all his fantastic claims. OR…a small time con man turned FBI informant has been going around spreading chaos and confusion as he pays back the guys who shipped his ass to prison.
To get paid, FBI informants have to find people to inform on. Getting the picture?
So you have FBI agents that want to target certain people and political groups, and you have their criminal informants looking to get paid or to get their sentences reduced – or both. Guess what happens?
You’re watching an example of what happens unfolding in a courtroom in Michigan right now.
Jon McGreevey – Ballotpedia
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And your also watching it unfold in the 2022 election race for the US Senate seat in Maryland, as an FBI informant runs for political office as he sees how many people he can sucker into donating to his campaign. https://ballotpedia.org/Jon_McGreevey
Lin Wood’s Whistleblower Is Telling Different Stories About His Past
Lin Wood’s whistleblower is a man who went by the name Ryan Dark White. He now declares his true name to be Jonathan Ambrose McGreevy. What we know for a fact is that he is a two-time convicted drug felon. But when asked to describe his experience/history, he offers up contradictory accounts. In April 2018,…
You’ll notice there’s no picture of McGreevey on the website there. And he’s done no campaigning in person. He limits himself to remote phone calls and zoom calls where he hides his appearance. Which is weird since there’s already video of him circulating and anybody who’s researched him knows exactly what he looks like. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/07/lin-woods-whistleblower-telling-different-stories-past/
Ryan Dark White aka johnheretohelp aka “Dr.” Jon McGreevy aka “Dr.” John McGreevy aka “Dr.” Jon McGreevey [note the different spellings] has multiple aliases and tells multiple stories about his past, none of which jibe with each other. In his current concoction of his past. McGreevey claims to have graduated from 4 very prestigious universities and to hold at least two doctorates. Something he never got around to mentioning when he was meeting with Attorney Ty Clevenger three years ago and spinning a yarn about how Rod Rosenstein hired MS-13 gang members to murder Seth Rich.
Anybody who researched “Dr.” Jon McGreevey and then claims to you they found him and the tall tales he tells credible is immediately suspect. Either their judgment is incredibly impaired or they’re up to something. https://palbulletin.com/2021/06/23/stew-peters-show-video-exclusive-johnheretohelp-mcgreevey-corroborates-lin-wood-transcripts-addresses-2020-election/
McGreevey is still listed as a candidate for the US Senate seat in Maryland at the FEC’s official website. But….
If you click on his name, this is what you see:
He’s made NO FILINGS WHATSOEVER besides the basic statement of candidacy. No financial disclosures, no statement of how much he’s raised in donations. https://docquery.fec.gov/cgi-bin/forms/S2MD00545/1509580/
The filing deadline for the Maryland U.S. Senate race is February 22, 2022. https://electiondaystrategies.com/federal-election-filing-deadlines/
Here’s what’s gonna happen before February 22, 2022: “Dr.” Jon McGreevey is going to suddenly announce he’s dropping out of the US Senate race for that Maryland seat. Because he’ll drop out before the filing deadline, McGreevey doesn’t have to publicly disclose how much money he raised for his campaign. Neat trick, eh?
Fake candidates do this all the time. As far as I know, McGreevey is the first one to do this ‘run for office then drop out before the filing deadline and keep all tha money’ trick without every making an in person campaign appearance, doing it all by phone and zoom calls.