Taylor Johnson, who is actually an agent that comes from the ICE/DHS has started poking around and investigating. Their command of it was appointed by Obama during his presidency, and felt they could do whatever they wanted… that they were above the law.
Last year, there was a testimony specifically to the Senate Committee and it was about Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. Taylor Johnson stated that she was stripped of her gun, badge and everything she fought for. All of this was done without explanation after discovering fraud and abuse. Then, after all of this, she was offered money in the amount of $100,000.
However, after all, it looks like the officials were taking kick backs.
We are not surprised after all. She said that during her investigation in 2013, she “discovered that EB-5 applicants from China, Russia, Pakistan and Malaysia had been approved in as little as 16 days” and that case files “lacked the basic and necessary law enforcement queries.” In other words, no one was vetted if they could pony up. Just imagine how many really, really bad guys have come in this way.
A new twist has emerged to the already growing whistle blowing case involving Special Agent Taylor Johnson’s findings within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Johnson is now saying that the DHS has tried to buy her silence by offering a $100,000 severance package in exchange for signing a non-disclosure agreement regarding the corruption she discovered within Barack Obama’s DHS. Apparently, the Obama administration does not want the information that she knows to get out.
The Daily Caller reported that Johnson, who had more than a decade under her belt working at the DHS, was investigating the United States Customs and Immigration Services (USCIS). To be more specific, we could also say that she was looking at a program called EB-5 that granted green cards to foreigners who invest $500,000 in the U.S.
She said that some of the violations investigated surrounding the project included bank and wire fraud. She discovered that there existed ties to organized crime and high-ranking politicians and they received promotions that appeared to facilitate the program.