Swamp Creature FBI Director Chris Wray Contradicts His Boss Bill Barr — Says He Has No Evidence of Spying (VIDEO)
Swamp creature FBI Director Chris Wray and FBI brass have yet to condemn the Obama administration spying on the opposition party during the 2016 election.
The FBI sent several undercover agents to infiltrate the campaign and entrap Trump campaign officials in nefarious acts. The liberal mainstream media is just starting to admit this happened during the election. It is still not clear how many deep state FBI plants were used to entrap Trump campaign officials.
Chris Wray knows but is not ready to condemn this FBI practice. Apparently, the current leadership at the FBI believes it is an acceptable practice to spy on Republican candidates and their staff?
On Tuesday Chris Wray told the Senate Appropriations Committee that Bill Barr’s use of the word “spying” to describe the spying on the Trump campaign and administration was “not the term I would use.”
FBI Director Chris Wray appears to split with Attorney General William Barr, telling lawmakers he would not use the word "spying" to describe his bureau's investigative practices: "That's not a term I would use" https://t.co/HHJ8yHp9jz pic.twitter.com/d09i1I9y3G
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Wray also told the committee has no evidence the Obama administration was spying on Trump.
The Washington Examiner reported:
FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday disputed Attorney General William Barr’s use of the word “spying” to describe surveillance of President Trump’s 2016 campaign.
“That’s not the term I would use,” Wray told the Senate Appropriations Committee. “To me the key question is making sure it’s done by the book, consistent with our lawful authorities. That’s the key question, different people use different colloquial phrases.”
Wray, who appeared before lawmakers to talk about the FBI’s budget request for fiscal year 2020, added that he was not “personally” aware of any evidence pointing to illegal information gathering by law enforcement before the 2016 election.