FBI Director Chris Wray Responds to FISA Court – More Training, More Promises, No Mention of Accountability…

In June 2018, in response to an IG investigation, while denying the FBI had any political bias, FBI Director Christopher Wray promised anti-bias training for all agents. In response to the “challenges” identified by the report, the FBI “appreciates the opportunity” to provide more “support” to our employees. [June 14th, 2018]

In December 2019, in response to another IG investigation, while denying FBI agents would intentionally act illegally, FBI Director Christopher Wray notified the FISA court a Senior FBI investigative lawyer named Kevin Clinesmith intentionally falsified evidence on a FISA application.

In response to the FBI notification, late December 2019 the FISA court demanded to know what corrective actions the FBI was going to take; and what other applications FBI Lawyer, Kevin Clinesmith, was involved in.

In response today (full pdf below) FBI Director Christopher Wray promises more training.

[Cloud pdf Link Here]

Making the statements even more ironic; and almost appearing to rub salt into the psyche wounds they inflict; the FBI notification of corrective action was submitted to the FISA court and signed by FBI Counsel Dana Boente:

As head of the DOJ-NSD it was the same Dana Boente who signed the fraudulent FISA renewal in 2017…. Go figure.

Throughout 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and through today, across both administrations, the corrupt group within the FBI in DC were/are protecting themselves. The FBI redacted the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages. The FBI removed Page and Strzok texts and emails. The FBI hid texts and emails from Lisa Page to Andrew McCabe. The FBI kept documents from congress. The FBI has leaked false information to media to cover their tracks; and yes the Trump FBI have participated.

The corrupt FBI under James Comey, Andrew McCabe and James Baker is being protected and facilitated by the corrupt FBI under Christopher Wray, David Bowditch (San Bernadino infamy) and Dana Boente.

It’s one long continuum of exactly the same behavior.

Remember, 50 FBI ‘agents’ on Mueller’s team?  This DC network is ideologically aligned, operating on their own self-interests, & facilitated by a compliant media.  {Go Deep}

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306 Responses to FBI Director Chris Wray Responds to FISA Court – More Training, More Promises, No Mention of Accountability…

  1. As a man thinkth says:

    They envisioned a Christian society based upon the fundamental laws of justice…and the individuals belief in honor and dignity…

    Liked by 2 people

    • Zippy says:

      “If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary. In framing a government which is to be administered by men over men, the great difficulty lies in this: you must first enable the government to control the governed; and in the next place oblige it to control itself.” – Alexander Hamilton

      The “in the next place oblige it to control itself” is IMPOSSIBLE precisely because men are not angels. THUS, the power of government must be absolutely minimized. That message has obviously been lost to most.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Jederman says:

        There is also that other old adage “it starts at the top.” Even more so in a bureaucracy. I have no idea who pulls/pulled obama’s strings but casual observation strongly suggests he’s neither a leader or a workaholic.

        Obama appoints obedient administrators and IGs… on and on. Once in place they establish procedures that keep them in place. They understand how to exploit the system and curry favor or exert leverage over those on the other side. It’s not an original story. It doesn’t have a happy ending.

        Liked by 3 people

    • nimrodman says:

      They envisioned a Christian society based upon the fundamental laws of justice…

      “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious People. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”
      – John Adams

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Stan W. says:

    Do you think history doesn’t repeat? This is so reminiscent of the IRS management response to Congressional investigations/hearings held from 1989-1992 regarding IRS Senior Employee Misconduct Problems. The IRS, in its wisdom, vowed to provide mandatory ethics training for all working level employees. Apparently, they felt the management level employees were incorrigible (The Congressional investigation/ hearings were headed up by Congressman Doug Barnard, D-Georgia.)

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    • MelH says:

      The IRS later refigured the taxes on the accounts that had been wronged and did reimburse those who had been cheated out of free status illegally. At least there was recompense, if not indictments against the likes of Lois Learner. Now the only recompense against the FBI will be if Carter Page sues their pants off. They are counting on Page being unable to afford the raft of attorneys that would involve. Aren’t you surprised Our President would let all the perps hide and walk away? Doesn’t that make you want to quit supporting him? if he doesn’t care enough to punish the perps so this doesn’t happen again or happen to you or me, why should we care what happens to him? A stinkin’ dirty DOJ imperils every one of us! Sorry I didn’t read to see if anyone else wrote the same thing, gotta run right now. There is no dust bin in which to toss my fury over this travesty.


      • ms doodlebug says:

        “if he doesn’t care enough to punish the perps so this doesn’t happen again or happen to you or me, why should we care what happens to him? ”

        What your question suggests is that you would prefer a dictator who acts as judge, jury, and executioner.

        President Trump is not the investigator. He is not the prosecutor, the judge or the jury. He is, however, the President exposing the corruption that has been hidden from us throughout multiple administrations. For that reason we should care what happens to him.


        • MelH says:

          He is the VICTIM for God’s sake. Nobody has as much vested interest as he, nor as much power as he, nor as much staff as he. If all he does is EXPOSE corruption, you’re OK with that?


          • ms doodlebug says:

            Yes, I am okay with that because I have sense enough to know we do not have a one man government. As President he has no authority to indict, arrest, prosecute and sentence those found to be corrupt. Like it or not, that’s the job of the DOJ – and ultimately up to us to get them out of ‘our’ government. We seem to be forgetting our government is ‘by’ we the people.


  3. TomA says:

    Wray fully understands that Mainstreet USA will not settle for “we’re sorry, we won’t do it again.” He also understands and accepts that the reputation of the FBI has been severely damaged by this ongoing criminality. And he blithely assumes that time will heal these wounds when the public memory of these events fades. He is wrong about that. From now on, every member of the FBI will be viewed as a potential dirty cop and not trusted in the least. The hard-earned wisdom will be taught to children and passed down to each generation.

    That is a huge price to pay for the honor of letting the dirty cop coup conspirators skate. The American people will never accept hypocrisy and double standards by the Cloud People in DC.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Boots says:

      Wray fully understands that Mainstreet USA will not settle for “we’re sorry, we won’t do it again.”
      Wray fully doesn’t give a sh!t what Main Street USA thinks. He’s not about to change anything except make sure the FIB is even more cautious in hiding their criminal activities.

      If there were justice in the world he’d be visited by strong men at night, whereupon he’d have a change of mind and heart.

      Liked by 7 people

      • dbobway says:

        I don’t think I could make such a goofy look as Mr. Wray.
        They picked the right guy to explain away, FBI committing treason against their own people.
        Sargent Schultz would be proud.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Old Dawg says:

        You have exactly the solution that is needed by the MAJORITY of those in DC, a visit by principled individuals who administer a “lesson” that will not be soon forgotten. In fact, it should require a stay in a hospital before one could carry on his/her normal daily routines. I’m completely disgusted with the entire federal government but I’m holding on to hope that President Trump will burn the entire government to the ground during his coming term.

        Liked by 1 person

        • ms doodlebug says:

          We need to find out what kind of ‘exercise equipment’ convinced Harry Reid to retire…or else. It would be so thoughtful of taxpayers to gift certain people in our government the same equipment. Kind of like the Il bacio della morte (kiss of death).

          Liked by 1 person

      • More weasel words from Wray. Flyover country and MainStreet LEOs get it…

        Liked by 1 person

    • X XYZ says:

      “The American people will never accept hypocrisy and double standards by the Cloud People in DC.”

      I disagree. At least 45% of the American people vote Democrat, as that is their loyal base. Most of them either couldn’t care less, or worse, they think that this behavior is clever and cute. Slick Willie was their hero – the epitome of the lovable rogue…

      The American people are not as moral as they once were.

      This reminds me of the ironic line about the prison warden who said “We’re not getting the same quality of prisoners as we used to.”

      We now are an amoral nation, and are becoming ever more so, gradually but relentlessly.

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    • Wray was not brought in to fix things, but to coverup and protect the institution.
      Trump didnt know better as he had to trust those giving advi ce.

      Its time for Wray to go, after the election, along with all the SES and appointees top three levels deep at FBI HQ.

      Clean sweep with deep vetting, and/or temporary receivership into the hands of US Marshalls until complete.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Next:getrid of the separate management track, aka British Army Staff model incorporated at FBI about the time of Enron, where all the sleazy lawyers and limpd1ck accountants ran to after graduating Quantico, after being recruited straight out ofcollege, vs old s hool Special Agents coming from previous law enforcement or mi!itary.

        Its all thumbsuckers and butt lickers in management, wbo hate the street agents…who understand their oaths.

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  4. Melanie G Melancon says:

    Did I miss the new rule that any violation of the new requirements will result in termination and or prosecution? I don’t think that rule is in this 30 page pile of BS.

    Liked by 4 people

    • aarmad says:

      Yep, nothing has changed. wray is comby 2.0 and people are let off free, while others are put away for life for little or nothing. A dual system of justice and it is a disgrace. The doj, fbi, and the government are not held accountable for anything. It is out of control!

      Liked by 5 people

      • MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

        Wray’s job is to protect the elite just like Comey and those before them. I wish Donald would fire his sorry azz today but he can’t or Mitch and his cabal will make the impeachment situation much worse.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Bill Hollinger says:

          That is the bottom line, the crux of the problem.Trump can’t do anything about this because the Senate will never confirm someone who will actually prosecute the miscreants and dismantle these corrupt agencies. Trump has to be every bit as frustrated as the rest of us – they tried to jail his children and destroy him and all of his associates.

          Liked by 3 people

          • pepeekeocom says:

            How much power does an “acting”, not yet Senate confirmed, AG have?


            • 1togetready says:

              That’s what I would like to know. Why can’t President Trump appoint a succession of ass kicking acting AGs to fill the position? Just skip the senate confirmation game. Or keep sending them white hat choices while rotating acting AGs? Tired of this loaded dice game!


  5. NC Nana says:

    “The FBI deeply regrets the “public found out about” the errors and omissions and “outright lies” identified by the OIG.

    There fixed it for Wray.

    BTW the FISC acted like “protect our brand” Wray when they appointed David Kris amicus curiae to the FISA Court.



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  6. Hebo Sabe says:

    Three years later, with the most powerful position in the world, Trump still can’t counterpunch the domestic foe.


  7. Newhere says:

    I want to say something about Qanon. The question as to whether it’s “real” or not leads MAGA into a fight that becomes unproductive. Let’s pause for a second on why it is so compelling, to so many people.

    Of course there’s an element of “hope porn” but if it were just that, it wouldn’t have endured. I suggest the “Q” phenomenon only endures because we are now living in the Permanent Lie — meaning that state of Totalitarianism where the lie has become so total it never butts up against reality; what would be a course correction by facts or truth is in fact the opposite — a trigger for ever more strident narrative control, ever more strident consequences for dissension or disbelief. We know we’re living in that moment, because even stating it is unremarkable for the few of us here; it is stating the obvious.

    I sat across from a woman yesterday who declared that President Trump is “evil;” I could see her burning with anger inside by the mere fact that I didn’t react to her statement. I didn’t smile knowingly or validate her with a look of approval. I sat still without changing my facial expression. And I doubt I will ever speak to her again; I could see and feel the dark need for even a subtle sign of confirmation. This woman was a conflict resolution specialist by profession.

    The Permanent Lie requires absolute assent; even to the level of body language.

    So how does this relate to Q? A body politic living under the Permanent Lie clings to unsanctioned narrative wherever it finds it; like a heat-seeking missile, we seek out voices (even anonymous) that point out what we KNOW is BS; what we know is propaganda and platitude and misguided hero-worship being shoveled at us, which we deeply suspect has the purpose or effect of harming us; which we know at the deepest levels we aren’t allowed to speak of or display in polite company, even with so much as the wrong kind of facial expression.

    Qanon’s style, and many of its nuggets of purported wisdom have been ridiculed mercilessly. But if you read it day by day, it’s undeniable that there is a logic there (I’m saying a LOGIC — not omniscience or prescience); it’s undeniable that it is pointing to deeply unsettling counter-explanations that WOULDN’T hold sway on people if the OFFICIAL narratives had not become the oppressive edifice of the Permanent Lie.

    This is a defense or advocacy for Q. It’s meant to bring into the light of conversation what the Q phenomenon, and it’s undeniable impact, means or represents.

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  8. Virtually of this exposed criminal activity at the various Bureaucracies has been willfully committed by……Lawyers……

    Liked by 1 person

  9. ThriveOn35K says:

    If I understand correctly, fabricating evidence when none exists is a “training” issue. I’m not in law enforcement, but I would think that FBI agents and leadership would know they shouldn’t fabricate evidence. Maybe this is just beyond my understanding because I’ve never tried to send a 4-star general to prison. I’m also not a lawyer, so I wouldn’t understand that inserting a word like “not” into a sentence about Carter Paige’s involvement with the CIA could be problematic.

    Unfortunately, I’m one of the minions so I MUST follow the law. Just like True the Vote had to follow the law from the IRS, OSHA, ATF and any other law from corrupt agencies. The submariner also found out about the law when he took pictures in his submarine. If only he could set up a private server to avoid FOIA requests, he too could have been protected.

    Dan Bongino floated the idea of eliminating all of the individual agencies and creating three law enforcement agencies. A criminal investigation, internal affairs and counterintelligence agencies would prevent the issue that it looks like happened between the CIA and FBI. It would also prevent the silos that are clearly playing out in the spygate investigation.

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  10. Tim Cunningham says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t the provision of indictments in this matter something to be looked to from John Durham.


  11. Tim Cunningham says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but isn’t the provision of indictments in this matter something to be looked to from John Durham?


  12. Boots says:

    A man who knows he’s wrong will do anything he’s asked or told to do, when his life is in jeopardy. If there’s no justice from the law, when the law’s ignored or manipulated by and for the elite, then the people must apply justice and not spare in the day of judgment.


  13. Ray says:

    Bring back Comey to improve the transparency . the coverup is making the FBI worse not better.


  14. trapper says:

    Utter nonsense. Every damn one of them went to law school. Every damn one of them took the mandatory ethics courses. Every damn one of them passed a bar exam with an ethics section. No amount of ethics training or anti-bias seminars will remedy a culture at odds with both the laws they are supposed to uphold and the citizens whose interests they are supposed to be representing.

    The solution, the ONLY solution, is firings and disbarments. Eliminate every person who participated in the wrongdoing, every person who had a professional duty to probe for it but didn’t, to see it but looked the other way, and every person who now makes excuses for it. There ARE NO excuses. It is black and white.

    It is easy to then say “but of course this will not happen.” I reject that. I fully expect AG Barr and US Atty Durham to do all of the above, and complete all of it in 2020. THAT is the expectation. THAT is the performance objective they are expected to complete. I will accept, none of us should accept, anything less.

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  15. mylabs5 says:

    Excuse me but what is there to train. You do the crime-you do the time. That’s all the training they need.
    Come on. These are kindergarteners who have to be shown right from wrong. These are grown people WAY UP THE FOOD CHAIN at the FBI.
    My question is when will all the appeals law suits going to become public from all this bias for the past 10+ years? You know that perps convicted by the Feds using “certain” FBI evidence are flowing like the Mississippi River to the appellate system.
    How much is this going to cost the taxpayer for all these settlements coming forth.
    This just makes my blood boil.
    Fire Wray now.


  16. john edward lorenz says:

    I’ve said many times here, no indictments no justice. Wray doesn’t have a clue. Every sigle act that was a violation of rules policy or procedure, and law, were conscious acts of the decision maker, not accidents in anyway shape or form. This was an attempt to overturn a valid election and invalidate my rights as a citizen. This is what really pisses the elitites off, that their citizenship has no greater status or value that any deplorables’. So what do they try and do in a seditious and possibly treasonous manner? Negate the outcome of a valid election.This cold anger simply isn’t going away.

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  17. MNBV says:

    The Wray condescension is just the Bureaucratic State laughing at you in public.
    And thy look like getting away with the whole operation, from Steele to FISA.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. J.Thomas says:

    The FBI is done. It can’t be trusted.


  19. Kay Sadeeya says:



  20. Kay Sadeeya says:

    Time to End the Deep State.

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Kay Sadeeya says:

    While we have been entertained by the Washington Deep State Circus (Impeachment; FISA abuses; War-No War), has anyone seen any mention of the $6 Trillion loans the Fed has been giving Wall Street in just the last two months; for no apparent reason like a government shutdown or a financial catastrophic emergency, on Wall Street owned media? I know I haven’t. Experts are saying the totals may equal the $29 Trillion Bush-Obama concocted into bailing out Wall Street in 2008-2009, with the excuse back then that we were in an economic crises.


  22. amjam308 says:

    Great…. Now they’ll know even more about the laws while they break them!

    Simply disgusting.


  23. amjam308 says:

    Great…. Now they’ll know even more about the laws while they break them!

    Simply disgusting.


  24. RetiredProsecutor says:

    Note the FBI General Counsel signature block. Typed name “Dane” vs signature of “Dana”. They can’t even get this submission correct.


  25. mugzey302 says:

    I was immediately offended and repulsed by the arrogance and willfulness of Peter Strzok ~ and now I know why he felt free to act that way. He knew there would be no significant repercussions for the dirty cops, but slaps on the wrists. And yet Flynn gets jail time? It’s not a swamp, it’s a sewer.


  26. mugzey302 says:

    I was immediately offended and repulsed by the arrogance and willfulness of Peter Strzok ~ and now I know why he felt free to act that way. He knew there would be no significant repercussions for the dirty cops, but slaps on the wrists. And yet Flynn gets jail time? It’s not a swamp, it’s a sewer.


  27. A S K says:

    What a concept there Wray Wray, spend more money on training the troops. Stunning! Do we begin with primary ethics then move onto constitutional law and history? Maybe in Latin as John Adams began his studies to enter Harvard law school? Thou shalt not bear false witness, might be taught. Lying is unbecoming a professional, especially one entrusted to hold up constitutional law? Unlearn things like though shalt not practice guilt by accusation, or association, or plant evidence to falsely accuse, or intentionally hide evidence that proves one not guilty as assumed? Or should we simply abandon the FBI and CIA and start over with a few good men that have morals ethics and standards? America might be safer for all Americans with people like you, Christopher Wray fires with no federal compensation. People like Obama Hillary John Kerry , Clapper, Brennan, Christopher Wray and fired FBI special agents on the payroll adds only to our crisis of national debt.

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