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FBI Director Wray Refuses to Call Antifa Domestic Terrorists in ‘Intellectually Dishonest’ Testimony


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FBI Director Christopher Wray testified before Congress regarding domestic terrorism and his responses were an utter disgrace to the American people.

Wray wasted no time calling the January 6th Capitol Riots “domestic terrorism.”

Yet, Wray couldn’t pinpoint one murder to the rioters.

The corrupt, incompetent Wray doesn’t even know the cause of death of Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick.

When pressed on the topic, Wray simply responded that it was still under investigation.

And to make his testimony more infuriating, he blatantly refused to call Antifa domestic terrorists.

After the violence, destruction, and chaos in cities like Seattle, Portland, and Minneapolis, you’d have to be blind or corrupt (or both) to believe otherwise.

Americans certainly think the Antifa violence is a bigger concern than the Capitol Riots:

And there was outrage following Wray’s outright lies to Congress:

Here’s additional footage of Wray’s testimony:

Straight lies!

Just the News reported on the testimony:

Wray made the comments while testifying on Capitol Hill for the first time since the Jan.6 riot, to address whether the bureau adequately communicated with local law enforcement agencies about the potential threats for violence for that day.

Wray noted that in the riot’s wake, a number of foreign adversaries leveraged the events of Jan. 6 to their own purposes, to underscore their narratives that the United States is in decline.

In other testimony, Wray said that the FBI cannot yet disclose how Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick died following the siege.

Wray responded to questions from Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) about Sicknick, whose death after the riot remains a mystery.

“We can’t yet disclose a cause of death at this stage,” Wray said.

“But you have determined the cause of death?” Grassley pressed.

“I didn’t say that. We’re not at a point where we can disclose or confirm the cause of death,” said Wray, who noted that an investigation is ongoing.

Lawmakers on the Senate Judiciary Committee will ask how the FBI is confronting the national security threat posed by white nationalist groups and other domestic violent extremists in the wake of the riots.

Wray has maintained a low profile since a violent mob of insurrectionists stormed the Capitol two months ago. Though he has briefed lawmakers privately and shared information with local law enforcement hearings, Tuesday’s oversight hearing marks Wray’s first public appearance before Congress since before November’s presidential election, the Associated Press reports.

Becker News added these details:

On the other hand, Wray refused to call the violent left-wing extremist organization Antifa a “terrorist group.” In fact, such left-wing groups were both left out of the FBI’s probe, while Wray also asserted that there was no evidence for the “conspiracy theory” that Antifa members were at the Capitol riot.

“We have not seen evidence of that, at this stage, certainly,” Wray responded when Durbin asked him about it.

“I joined my Republican colleagues, unequivocally in condemning left-wing violence,” Durbin also said. “But let’s stop pretending that the threat of Antifa is equivalent to the white supremacist threat.”

“Antifa, which stands for anti-fascist, is a radical, leaderless leftist political movement that uses armed, violent protest as a method to create what supporters say is a more just and equitable country,” the New York Times reported in August.

Antifa wielded violence, arson and other criminal acts to advance the group’s anarcho-communist ideological ends. It killed and injured Americans to further its political ideology. It led a secessionist insurrection movement in Seattle. This is known as “terrorism.”

“Antifa and Black Lives Matter militants seized six blocks of Seattle in early June, dubbing the area an ‘autonomous zone,’ CHAZ. They set up signs telling visitors they were ‘leaving the United States,” PJ Media noted.

Christopher Wray assuredly knows this. There are no terrorism courses that teach “only right-wing groups can be terrorists.” But this is effectively what Christopher Wray is arguing, despite months-long riots beginning since May of last year, which killed at least nine Americans and caused $2 billion in damages.

Senator Grassley rightly blasted Wray’s testimony as “intellectually dishonest.”

While the mainstream media continues to flatly deny that any Antifa radicals were at the January 6th uprising, we know at a bare minimum that it is vast overstatement.

The shooting of Ashli Babbit was captured by an Antifa-supporting activist named John Sullivan, who the FBI charged for participating in inflaming the riot. Furthermore, there are questions about the agitator whose actions led to Babbitt’s death — a suspect name Zachary Alam.

Zachary Alam, noticeably dressed in a furry hat, is handed a helmet by a fellow insurgent, whom we now know is a Texas winery owner named Christopher Ray Grider. Also involved is one Chad Barrett Jones of Kentucky, who is accused of breaking windows with a flagpole. The New York Times omitted both Alam’s and Sullivan’s names from a report on the Babbitt shooting, despite both being key figures of interest.

“Video footage showed Alam — with his mask pulled down — pushing past security personnel and screaming “F— the blue!” before reaching the doors of the Speaker’s Lobby, which leads to the House Chamber,” an affidavit said.

“We must examine the force of domestic extremism that span the ideological spectrum,” Grassley said. adding. “But a narrow view of these matters, would be intellectually dishonest.”

Wray’s disgusting testimony only symbolizes what an outright disgrace the FBI has become.



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