Christopher Wray Accepts Nomination for FBI Director…

Christopher A. Wray delivers a statement on his nomination by President Donald J. Trump to lead the FBI:

“I am honored and humbled to be nominated by the President to lead the FBI, the premier law enforcement organization in the world. From my earliest days working with agents as a line prosecutor to my time working with them at the Department of Justice in the aftermath of 9/11, I have been inspired by the men and women of the FBI – inspired by their professionalism, integrity, courage, and sacrifice for the public.

If confirmed, it will be a privilege and honor to once again work with them. America faces grave threats both here and abroad, and the FBI, in concert with its federal, state, and local partners continues to work steadfastly to prevent and hold accountable those responsible for these threats. I look forward to the confirmation process, and pledge my complete commitment to fairly and honorably protecting our country and upholding our Constitution and laws.” (link)

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93 Responses to Christopher Wray Accepts Nomination for FBI Director…

  1. Minnie says:



    MAGA, one appointment (and confirmation) at a time 😁

    Liked by 20 people

  2. The Boss says:

    Mr. Wray, just practice using these two words so you’ll be ready on day one…”You’re fired!”

    Liked by 33 people

  3. Just the guy to go after the Clinton Foundation 🙂

    Liked by 20 people

  4. Donna in Oregon says:

    Yep. Just heard the other shoe drop on the FBI. MAGA!

    Liked by 13 people

  5. usayes says:

    Mr. Wray, I consider your appointment to be one of the most critically important positions at this point in time of our nation’s history. You can right this ship so that the rule of law once again reigns supreme. From your background I am confident that you understand the FBI conducts CRIMINAL investigations – and that every ROI sets forth ONLY the presentation of found facts – not opinions or political agendas… and that it is the FBI’s job to present the found facts to DOJ so that a decision can be made by the DOJ to act or not act on the FBI’s found facts.

    Best of luck to you Mr. Wray.

    Liked by 31 people

  6. MakeAmericaGreat says:

    Not a moment too soon, either.

    If this Circa report about Crazy McCabe is correct, we need Wray in immediately.

    Liked by 14 people

  7. MrE says:

    Time to lock up some Clinton sewer rats.

    Liked by 7 people

  8. Paco Loco says:

    How long will the traitors in the Senate string out the confirmation of this outstanding and upstanding man? October? Our system is so corrupted by antiquated processes from the 19th century.

    Liked by 10 people

  9. Aqua says:

    Stellar leadership is much-needed at the FBI. I hope the many honorable agents who have been put through the ringer the past 8+ years now find themselves re energized and supported once again. And may those determined to screw our country find themselves out of a job in very short order.

    Best of luck, Mr. Wray! Thank you.

    Liked by 9 people

  10. patrickhenrycensored says:

    Dear Diary,
    Andy Mac is on his way over.
    We’re going to play hide and leak.

    Liked by 7 people

    • WSB says:

      From Circa:

      “McCabe eventually became the bureau’s No. 2 executive and emerged as a central player in the FBI’s Russia election tampering investigation, putting him in a position to impact the criminal inquiry against Flynn.

      Three FBI employees told Circa they personally witnessed McCabe make disparaging remarks about Flynn before and during the time the retired Army general emerged as a figure in the Russia case.”

      Liked by 5 people

      • Warrior1 says:

        Fire the dem dirtbag mccabe. Rosenstein needs to go too. He is stupid and incompetent. And if Sessions doesnt wake up and start investigating the clinton obama scandals he needs to resign so the President can appoint someone who is up to the job.


        • scott467 says:

          “And if Sessions doesnt wake up and start investigating the clinton obama scandals he needs to resign so the President can appoint someone who is up to the job.”



          You mean Attorney General Jeff Sessions?

          Apparently he went into the Witness Protection Program. Here are just a FEW of the things any Attorney General must do to restore the Rule of Law in a nation that has been lawless for EIGHT years:

          1) investigate and arrest and prosecute the traitor Obama

          2) investigate and arrest and prosecute the traitors Clinton (both of them)

          3) investigate and arrest and prosecute the traitor Soros

          If you don’t decapitate that three-headed Pyro-hydra, then you’re just rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic while the band plays on.

          Also arrest and prosecute:

          4) Loretta Lynch

          5) Eric Holder

          6) Valerie Jarrett

          7) Susan Rice

          8) Jeh Johnson

          9) Lois Lerner

          10) Koskinen (IRS)

          11) Jim Comey

          12) James Clapper

          13) John Brennan

          11) the three islamic Awan brothers who managed office information technology for members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and other lawmakers

          12) the mayors and governors of every town and city and village who make themselves a ‘sanctuary’ for illegal aliens

          That’s just the few I can think of at the moment, there must be at least 30 more mid-level and high level criminals associated with the Obama/Clinton/Soros crime syndicate who are actively subverting the nation and the presidency of Donald J. Trump.

          I sure hope the reason for Sessions’ disappearing act is because he is busy managing 30+ grand juries into all of the above, but if that was true, it would have leaked by now.

          So what is he doing?!?



          • scott467 says:


            I added the Awan brothers, then remembered Comey/Clapper/Brennan, and forgot to re-number.

            The “edit” button is extremely well hidden on this forum…



    • Grandma Covfefe says:

      Behind the curtain, as usual.

      Liked by 2 people

  11. emet says:

    Can you imagine the number of cases that the FBI closed or investigated into oblivion as a favor to the Clintons or Obamas? Time for a task force and some vigorous prosecutions. And the heavily staffed public affairs office needs a look. Perhaps just a little too cozy with the msm.

    Liked by 15 people

    • dayallaxeded says:

      Eliminate all SJW elements from FBI and DoJ–so-called “social justice” is no justice at all and fundamentally contrary to rule of law and equal protection of laws. Rather, it is tyranny of transient emotions and mob psychoses.

      Liked by 1 person

  12. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    Not to be overly dramatic, but we are in the midst of America being saved. God is blessing America! May we all be faithful.

    Liked by 26 people

  13. fleporeblog says:

    I just was talking with my brother and we both thought it was odd that we haven’t heard anything about Mr. Wray. If folks missed the news the day our President announced he had selected Mr. Wray, you wouldn’t know it. After the statement from the FBI that the park shooting was a random act and not intentional, Mr. Wray will throughly have his work cut out. He has to clean house and get this department back on track. It has become the laughing stock of the whole world.

    Liked by 11 people

    • WVPatriot says:

      And humiliatingly embarrassing to the American people.

      The cream of the crop has been curdled…so very sad.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Unfortunately, the problem doesn’t stop with corrupt leadership.

      You know they hired in their own image … for 8 YEARS under Obama.

      Liked by 5 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      “I just was talking with my brother and we both thought it was odd that we haven’t heard anything about Mr. Wray.”

      Yes. My thoughts also. Here’s what I think it might be.

      Wray is employed at King & Spalding/Special Matters and Government Investigations Practice Group (“SM”), which is headquartered in Atlanta.

      Other Former K&S/DoJ employees are:

      Griffin Bell (ex-AG)
      Larry Thompson (ex-DAG/K&S-SM)
      Sally Yates
      Reno’s 3rd in chain of command – SM

      Headquartered in Atlanta (many other Fortune 100 entities):

      Coca-Cola (K&S has been outside counsel for C-C from the get go)

      In little ‘ole Atlanta, CNN isn’t going to attack Wray. No way. Politics. All other alphabets will follow suit.

      Wray is qualified for the job. I reserve my opinion of Wray based on his performance results. In due time if no one ultimately goes to jail in the O-Hag-Clapper-Lynch-Comey criminal mob, then I will conclude he is a black hat and has other driving motives.

      We’ll see.

      Liked by 3 people

  14. WSB says:

    From Wikipoo,

    “Christopher Wray was born in New York City,[4] to Cecil Wray Jr., a partner at the Debevoise & Plimpton law firm, and Gilda (Gates) Wray, a program officer for the Charles Hayden Foundation.[5] He attended the private boarding school Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts.[6] In 1989, Wray graduated cum laude from Yale University, then earned his J.D. degree in 1992 at Yale Law School. While at Yale, Wray was the executive editor of the Yale Law Journal. Wray spent a year clerking for Judge J. Michael Luttig of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.[7]

    Wray joined King & Spalding in 2005 as a litigation partner in the firm’s Washington, D.C., and Atlanta offices. King & Spalding clients include Rosneft and Gazprom, two of Russia’s largest state-controlled oil companies; Rosneft has been named in connection with the Donald Trump–Russia dossier controversy.[11][12] Wray represented several Fortune 100 companies and chaired the King & Spalding Special Matters and Government Investigations Practice Group.[2] During his time at King & Spalding, Wray acted as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s personal attorney during the Bridgegate scandal.[13][14] During the scandal, defense attorneys for a pair of Christie’s inner circle sought access to Christie’s missing cellphone.[15] Two years later, the phone turned up in Wray’s possession.[16][14]”

    Liked by 3 people

    • Minnie says:

      Thank you!

      Liked by 4 people

    • Maquis says:

      That right there is the Left’s preliminary ground work for attempting to force endless recusals, if not deny his Confirmation.

      Screw ’em. They can demand all they want when they all become jailhouse lawyers.

      God, Bless tnis man, make him strong for his tasks, please make him a Force of Nature as is our President. May he slay every dragon he finds, and let him find them all. Amen.

      Liked by 7 people

    • nkmommy says:

      What that bio seems to leave out is that, while at DOJ Criminal Division, he headed up the prosecution against the 9/11 “20th Hijacker,” Zacarius Moussaoui. (During which time he was friends with Comey and Meullar, I believe).

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ned says:


      ” During his time at King & Spalding, Wray acted as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s personal attorney during the Bridgegate scandal.[13][14] During the scandal, defense attorneys for a pair of Christie’s inner circle sought access to Christie’s missing cellphone.[15] Two years later, the phone turned up in Wray’s possession.[16][14]”

      Whose side will he be on? Trump’s or the establishment?

      Christie is totally corrupt. He just vetoed a bill that would prohibit, girls under 16 years old marrying because, people of OTHER FAITHS would have their religious rights violated. Yes, Christie VETOED a bill, in a DEM controlled state to ALLOW CHILD BRIDES for MUSLIMS.

      Liked by 4 people

    • KBR says:

      Last sentence ^”Two years later, the phone turned up in Wray’s posession. [16] [14]”

      Those numbers in brackets give Wikipoo’s sources.

      They are:[14] [16]
      New York Times (aka failing NYT)

      So, that last sentence might just be fake news, since often quotes NYT.

      Are we to believe NYT now? Not me.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Peter says:

      Lol. Is that Wikipedia referencing the Russian dossier? Wth?

      Liked by 1 person

    • xyzlatin says:

      Wiki is as believable as the NY Times, Washington Post etc. It is full of little fiefdoms where turf battles are fought over what will be included. It is a leftist organization.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. David says:

    The New FBI Director Understands Complex Criminal Codes, has Experience in Prosecuting Big Cases and Understands the inner workings of Prosecutorial Legal Proceedings along with Experience in Government Justice Criminal Divisions.

    This Experience is Extremely Necessary; you can’t find Corruption unless you understand the Law along with the Experience.

    Christopher Wray has the Opportunity to become the Greatest FBI Director Ever by bringing back the Rule of Law, Helping President Trump Save the Constitution and the United States.

    President Trump’s New FBI Director Confirms what everyone already knows; 150% confirms that all Treason, Sedition, Espionage and Corruption will be Investigated for the past 8 years, there will be many Grand Jury Panels, and Punishments for all Proven Criminal Act (Beyond a reasonable doubt) to ensure the Constitution and the United States will never be at Risk Again.

    President Trump will than have “Won the War”

    Anyone involved in Treason/Sedition/Espionage and Corruption over the past 8 years are Extremely worried.

    President Trump is about to Win the War by Grand Jury Panel Investigations and make sure MAGA will never be Reversed

    Liked by 7 people

  16. rashamon says:

    Dear God, and I don’t think I have ever as asked you to direct your attention to any one entity, please help this administration including Christopher Wray to recapture a moral and peaceful pathway for our country.

    Liked by 11 people

  17. Maquis says:

    “…fairly and honorably…”

    That’s the.Money Shot right there.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Mike diamond says:

    He will be fine as head of the FBI !anybody and I mean anybody even a eagle scout would do a much better job than comey ! Even a cub scout would be more qualified to lead,than comey!

    Liked by 1 person

  19. MOA says:

    Remember, 95% of Washington voters voted against PTrump.
    Gotta be hard at Washington dinner parties and Little League.
    Wray better have character and loyalty to the Constitution or he’ll be Comey-ised by Washington.

    The pressure on Wray from the media, the bureaucracy and his acquaintances to understand what’s “required” by the Uniparty will be immense.

    Good luck champ.

    Liked by 5 people

  20. Sandra-VA says:

    First thing he should do is FIRE McCABE! Bigly! 😀

    Liked by 4 people

  21. W. Derby says:

    Mr. Wray is very experienced and deserving of the nomination so he should be able to handle the thespian and partisan Democrat barrage that is coming. I suspect Wray will be ready for any questions they might throw at him and he will slow down the grilling if he has to and answer meticulously so he doesn’t open any “controversial” doors like A/G Sessions did with Al Franken’s rambling “hot off the press” allegation about the fake Russian dossier that led to confusion about Jeff’s answer. The Dems hyped that understandable answer until Sessions recent Committee appearance where he finally successfully pushed back.


    • Sherlock says:

      Dems are just slowing down all of these nominees. Time for McConnell to say “enough”, schedule the hearing for a week from now, one day hearing, committee vote immediately at end of hearing, full Senate vote the next day. Enough with this nonsense. We’re six months in and still don’t have a solicitor general approved, last time I checked. Come on boys, use your majority and get it done! We’re sick of these delays.

      Liked by 1 person

  22. Thads an impressive statement.
    Well said!


  23. Sylvia Avery says:

    So, just to descend to my normal shallow and trivial self, I really like his name. Christopher Wray. He sounds like a hero.

    And he looks like Colin Firth as another Treeper pointed out. I know that is not important, but I’d so much rather look at him than Jim Comey. He just looks like a square jawed hero. Sort of like Clark Kent. We really need Superman to clean out the mess at the FBI.

    Seriously, I pray he has the strength and character for this job. I would love to see the FBI restored to an honorable institution and not be a laughingstock. And I’d like to see the Rule of Law something we can believe in again–not some banana republic standard of justice where the rich and powerful get off scot free and everyone else is locked up.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. i was thinking this release was more of a shot across the bow at comey/mueller/mccabe. as in, “it’s coming boys….”


  25. KBR says:

    In 2003, Christopher Wray was unanimously approved as Assistant Attorney General.
    The Judiciary Committee in 2003 included:


    ORRIN G. HATCH, Utah, Chairman
    ARLEN SPECTER, Pennsylvania EDWARD M. KENNEDY, Massachusetts
    JON KYL, Arizona JOSEPH R. BIDEN, Jr., Delaware
    MIKE DeWINE, Ohio HERBERT KOHL, Wisconsin
    LINDSEY O. GRAHAM, South Carolina RUSSELL D. FEINGOLD, Wisconsin
    JOHN CORNYN, Texas JOHN EDWARDS, North Carolina
    Bruce Artim, Chief Counsel and Staff Director
    Bruce A. Cohen, Democratic Chief Counsel and Staff Director
    <End quote

    Note the democrats who approved Christopher Wray unanimously as Assistant Attorney General in 2003. These are the same ones who will fight the nomination for FBI Director in 2017.


  26. shirley49 says:

    How long will it take for the weeny Republicans to get him confirmed. There are still too many Obama loyalists working in the Administration. Getting them out and getting Judge positions needs to be a priority.


  27. floridahoosier93 says:

    I hope those aren’t just words. I’ve been disappointed way too many times by people who have spent most of their career in the Imperial Federal Government.


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  29. Killdozer says:

    After Comey the FBI is the laughingstock of the world ,dumb as folk too with a lying coward that cant look our President in the eye and THEN hides in the curtains pretending that it`s his dislike of our President Trump but we all know real men look you in the eyes and that is better then a lie detector test ,peeps want to say Comey is such a great liar but I disagree ,like obana ,hillary ,& Comey all had a lying media to help them ,but alone with our President he was just a lying Coward ,he looked our President in the eye and Trump knew his whole life story ,X president obana didn’t like being alone with Bibi Netanyahu either ,I remember my strong mom caught me doing something fowl as a kid ,she was big at hard hand shakes and looking in the eyes ,I remember her saying “Killdozer” get in here and explain yourself ,and I just wanted to hide in the curtains or even the couch cushions .


  30. nyetneetot says:

    This whole mess has been like reading “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy”

    Liked by 2 people

  31. helmhood says:

    Law and Order President.

    I trust Trump to install the right people to re-establish the integrity of our nation’s institutions.


  32. mailmannz says:

    Well…I was going to ask one question, what everyones thoughts was on this guy, which I don’t need to ask now (as I have absolutely no idea who he is) 🙂

    BUT I still have no idea who this guy is? Why is pretty much everyones opinion of this bloke positive?

    Thanks in advance.



  33. fakenoozisforfools says:

    If it ever was “the premier law enforcement agency in the world,” the FBI hasn’t been that in quite awhile. I certainly didn’t witness any law enforcement going on during the tenures of Mueller and Comey, who, by the way are stand-up guys according to their publicity agents in Democrat circles.

    Trust only after it has been verified. Mr. Wray will have to prove to me that he is an “untouchable,” not another crap weasel like those two. The culture and the credibility at the FBI is shot. He has his work cut out for him.


    • dayallaxeded says:

      I dunno–looking at how UK, Fwance, and others are doing. Short of going full iron-fist dictatorship (RUS, PRC, etc.), FBI looks pretty good. Now, how sad that is, is another matter.


  34. jparz says:

    Great news!!
    Can President Trump install him now through a recess appointment? This would ensure that the Senate can’t drag their heels over this nomination, because he’s already there, as “Acting” FBI Director. Lol.
    President Trump should do this from here on out with any nominee.


  35. NebraskaFilly says:

    I want one question asked of this guy: do you or don’t you support Shariah Compliant Financing?


  36. B Woodward says:

    Let’s hope that Mr. Wray will return the FBI to its mission and aggressively clean up the corruption in DC. Here are some excerpts from a Q&A with FBI Anon – an anonymous FBI source:

    Q: How does FBI rank and file feel about Comey’s firing?
    A: In public, mixed feelings; but privately, many of us are pleased. The rank and file feel like trained fight dogs waking up to the sound of gunfire and realizing they are muzzled. The agency has been politically weaponized. Most of us know how hard the agency worked to dismantle the Hoover era political tradecraft and to see it alive and well is disheartening. If we were given a mandate to investigate DC in its entirety, you could see 70% of your politicians being indicted. The Rank and File want nothing more than to see Americans witness that nobody, no matter how powerful, is above the law. I felt Comey was a good guy, but now feel he was compromised and did a disservice to the nation on July 5th 2016 [when he essentially read a bill of indictment for Hillary’s felony violations of federal law and then rewrote federal law and gave her a get-of-of-jail-free pass].

    Q: How dangerous is Comey’s firing for Clinton?
    A: Very dangerous. But, few are thinking it through. The real danger is if she is given partial immunity. if HRC is facing serious prison time, and she can reduce her sentence by playing ball, we expect this will be the most profound thing Trump can do to drain the swamp. HRC has the goods on Schumer, and McCain, Graham, Blumenthal, and so much more. Imagine the most powerful mafia Don snitching on 30 years of tangled and corrupt relationships. Then triple the effect. HRC could effectively put 200 people currently in power behind bars.This may be Trump’s chess move, …

    Q: Which of the dominoes involved in the Clinton Foundation – pay-to-play, pedophile, drug-running,gun running, human trafficking, organ harvesting, money laundering (etc.) network is most likely to be the first to fall,if any at all?
    A: All of the above, plus, the Israeli lobby, when fully exposed, with show how the alphabets have been compromised by a foreign nation. I believe Steele indicated that our “truest ally” is actually our national extortionist,and it’s true. Imagine the public’s reaction when they find 80% of our senators and congressmen are on the take,allowing espionage, extortion and pedophilia to become the norm…..


    • Sherlock says:

      How do we know that “FBI anon” isn’t really just “Burger flipper anon”?

      Liked by 1 person

      • B Woodward says:

        I doubt that your “Burger flipper anon” would know what SAP is, how it is accessed, and how HRC obtained SAP; knows what Vault 7 is; knows what ORCON, the Cadres, CAKES, Cicada, Project Gotham Shield, and Red Box Class III are;; knows what Comey did on July 5th; knows Kushner’s address and the significance of that; would knows what /pol/ is; knows the situation in Yemen, the Syrian false flag, Al Nusra, and the Turkish coup; knows what was in Podesta’s emails and the code words used in them; knows what was in the Weiner files and the relationship between Weiner and Schumer; etc.

        Reportedly the guys at The_Donald have confidence that he is for real, but he can be Burger flipper anon to you.


  37. Owlen Rose says:

    We all know his confirmation will move along like a sedated snail in molasses. Any guesses when he finally gets confirmed?


    • Sherlock says:

      My guess would be October, and maybe even later.

      Liked by 1 person

      • KBR says:

        It took 3 months to get Wray (unanimously) confirmed in 2003 as Assistant AG.

        It will take more than three months to confirm him even into a lesser position now, I would guess.

        However, I wonder if he might be put in place as interim until he is confirmed?


    • dayallaxeded says:

      Maybe a recess appointment? I forget how that works, but I recall <0bunghole abusing the process, like every other aspect of US law. PDJT using it appropriately, though, would be great.


  38. 4sure says:

    I will with hold judgement until I see some grand jury indictments of DC swamp critters including Hillary, Lynch, Rice, etc, as a result of FBI investigations.If I don’t see any, then Wray is a political dimm hack just like Mueller and Comey.


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