Watch: Christopher Wray dodges question about whether or not FBI agents disguised as Trump supporters were in the Capitol on J6 before the doors were opened
· · Nov 16, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Here's the director of the FBI being very cagey when asked about his agency's actions on January 6th.

It is now known that the FBI had multiple informants planted within the Oathkeepers and Proud Boys prior to January 6th. These informants were as high up as second-in-command.

With these facts in mind, Rep. Clay Higgins from Louisiana asked Christopher Wray if he could answer whether or not the FBI had people inside the Capitol on January 6th.

Wray doesn't answer.

Wray denies that the FBI instigated the J6 riot, and he denies that the FBI planned the riot.

But he can't really say whether or not the FBI was set up and ready for the riot that they clearly had no interest in stopping.

Higgins: "Did you have confidential human sources dressed as Trump supporters inside the Capitol on January 6th prior to the doors being open?"

Wray: "Again, I have to be very careful — "

Higgins: "It should be a 'NO'! Can you not tell the American people: 'No, we did not have confidential human sources dressed supporters positioned inside the Capitol on January 6th'?"

Wray: "You should not read anything in to my decision not to share information on confidential human sources."

Yeah, when Wray doesn't answer the question and admits he "has to be careful" you have to admit that's suspicious.

And then saying not to read into it? That's like throwing gasoline on the fire.

Your intelligence agency that harassed a former president because of a baseless FISA warrant and then raided the home of the same former president over a Library of Congress document issue wants you to think they would NEVER set up this man or his supporters.


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