Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee released a lengthy staff report on Friday on which the allegations about the politicization and anti-conservative bias in the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) have been outlined. The document is going to act as a guide for more intense investigations if the GOP manages to secure control of the House in the midterm elections.

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) has said that the “Federal Bureau of Investigation, under the stewardship of Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland, is broken.” Jordan is one of the most likely people to chair a panel if the GOP wins a majority.

The 1,050-page document includes letters sent by Republicans to the agencies. It also includes some of the correspondence that took place in the last year.

The report also speaks about the need for future investigations, and it includes a notice to FBI agents and DOJ employees that should they choose to, they have the right to speak to members of Congress.

The report notes that there are still more things to uncover.

Both the FBI and DOJ have not responded to the release of the report.

As part of the report, there are allegations about the manipulation of domestic violent extremism statistics, discussions regarding misinformation with social media companies, and allegations against agents who were outside the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. There is also a segment about the levels of cooperation that former President Trump has offered regarding the Mar-a-Lago documents.