Wray Reversal – FBI Launches Internal Investigation Surrounding FBI Conduct in Flynn Case…

This is not a surprising development; though with breaking news it is prudent to pause before assigning motives.  At first review it appears the FBI cannot hold back the sunlight.

FBI Director Christopher Wray has announced his launching of an internal investigation based on details surfacing from the Michael Flynn case. “FBI Director Christopher Wray today ordered the Bureau’s Inspection Division [INSD] to conduct an after-action review of the Michael Flynn investigation” the bureau said in the statement:

(screen grab from Catherine Herridge)

This is an interesting development considering this same FBI Director previously claimed the office of inspector general found no intentional wrongdoing by people within the FBI; and Wray further asserted there was “no evidence of political bias” after each of three OIG investigations completed in 2018 and 2019.

If the OIG did not find FBI wrongdoing, then what changed?  Why is FBI Director Chris Wray now launching an internal investigation?  The answer appears to be an outsider’s investigation via Missouri U.S. Attorney, Jeff Jensen.

Second part of statement below:

The inspection division (INSD) previously reviewed FBI conduct and reported to Office of Inspector General Michael Horowitz.  The resulting IG findings of FBI conduct was carefully worded and disingenuous at best, but it was embraced by FBI Director Wray.

Now the outsider review by US Attorney Jeff Jensen; combined with the simultaneous declassification of documents by DNI Ric Grenell; appears to be highlighting a lot more internal FBI corruption.  Hence this unavoidable shift in tone from Wray.

This announcement today comes as Ric Grenell is working to declassify the transcript(s) of the Flynn-Kislyak call, with some rather interesting comments.  More soon…


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359 Responses to Wray Reversal – FBI Launches Internal Investigation Surrounding FBI Conduct in Flynn Case…

  1. Zephyrbreeze says:

    Fidelity, Bravery and Integrity
    And he wrote that with a straight face./

    Meanwhile they are doing a forensic legal investigation,
    and a hazmat clean up of epic proportions.
    Corpus delicti indeed.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Robert says:

      History appears to show Wray is corrupt, and if so, then Wray knows Jensen’s investigation will eventually lead back to Wray.

      Wray is now attempting to “CO-OPT” this investigation by “utilizing to the extent practicable” the same Agents that Jensen is using.

      In other words, Wray is PLANTING A SERIES OF “MOLES” in the Jensen investigation, and spying on what Jensen is doing “real-time” so that he, Wray, can deduce where Jensen is headed, and hide or destroy evidence before Jensen can get to it.

      By “utilizing” those same agents, Wray could also “divert” them off into wild goose chases.

      If i were Barr. I would fight this, and make sure that Wray has NO access whatsoever to the Jensen investigation, or the agents part of it.

      Liked by 6 people

      • I believe it was mainly Grenell, revealing that he is going to present the Flynn-Kislyak call transcript, for all now to see. That is the smoking gun, the definite proof: There was no predicate to investigate Flynn, just crooked cops with a crooked Commander-In-Chief. All that’s left is to see how they will lie to keep people from the obvious: Obama knew what was in the call, yet chose to pretend it was “highly concerning”.

        Rationally, it is all over but the crying and other denouements (epic, to be sure).

        Tell Graham never mind, we don’t need his stin-king investigation (cf. “Treasure of the Sierra Madre”). Or Wray’s. Or even Jensen’s “report”. Sidney Powell and Ric Grenell gave us the whole shebang.

        Of course, the insanity and other trends mean “your mileage may vary” (cough-cough; “Quite right…carry on, chaps…quite right…time for tea…move along”).

        Liked by 1 person

      • toolnut says:

        I thought the sharing of resources was a little odd. I came to the same conclusion, he wants eyes into the Jensen investigation while making it look like he his doing something to address the problems,

        Liked by 1 person

    • Jederman says:

      Cleanup, as in sweep under rug.

      Wray is a know entity. He has no stones. His integrity is suspect. His leadership is on par with obama’s. He will remain unable to rise to the occasion and act like a Director that actually loves this country.

      Frat bay, nothing more. It’s so unfortunate for the country. How are we supposed to respect (not fear) this taxpayer funded “premier” LEO?

      PR campaign with fbi taking down big time threats to the country (other than in their organization) to begin in …. 5, 4… 1. Take it mr wray.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Trey Dawg says:

    Another investigation makes sense. It enables them to hide and sit on evidence for another 2 years while the “investigation” goes on. It is the cure all for corrupt government. Investigating yourself will probably enrage Americans at this point though, but who knows? Its worked every other time.
    You want justice? Go get it. It will not be delivered to you….lazy Americans

    Liked by 8 people

    • iconoclast says:

      Yes, this. Exactly.

      Wray timed it such that his investigation will plod on through the summer and fall. Through the campaign. No new information, no findings, but the investigation creates a pretense to avoid answering questions, and to put off inquiries. More redactions.

      Sometime after the election, on a Friday afternoon before a three-day weekend, they’ll announce their meaningless, watered down, corrupt and benign results. This is the way of the Swamp.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. kris2025 says:

    If Trump appoints Ric Grenell as FBI director, he wins the election in the biggest ever landslide ever. Just do it.

    Liked by 18 people

  4. jeans2nd says:

    Should there be any wrongdoing found (questionable), Wray and FBI is still limited to those people still employed. Nothing can be done to those no longer employed by the gubmint.
    Wray knows this.
    So do we.
    Not holding my breath on this one.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Yancey Ward says:

    I don’t know who captured and saved that picture of Wray, but it is truly a classic. I laugh every single time I see it.

    Liked by 7 people

  6. Mark Maffet says:

    Names of the 40 FBI agents involved in the Mueller farce please . . .

    Liked by 11 people

  7. Cheese says:

    Wray ‘s first step should be doing away with the 302. Bring the FBI into the 21st Century and do away with a huge loophole for corruption. There is no reason for this dinosaur other than an Avenue for cheating. They could have World class audio and video.

    Liked by 9 people

  8. Cavt says:

    This will just be used as a device/cover to impede what Jensen and other outside DA’s are investigating. Plus it gives Wray the cover story that he is doing something good. A two for one for the bad guys–

    Liked by 1 person

  9. rustybritches says:

    The Director knows his job is on the line and he is just making things look good so that the President will think twice about firing the dud.
    please hire Granel and make him the FBI director

    Liked by 1 person

  10. Darren says:

    I really don’t like Wray. I just wonder if all the bad stuff was held by the special council and hidden from the FBI at large. Wasn’t this really Muellers job to suck everything up and hide it. Wray could be just a useless incompetent idiot. Seems to fit the mold.


  11. Jase says:

    In the last week Chris Wray has been publicly praised by John Brennan and Eric Swallwell.
    You need no more evidence that he is Deep Swamp and this ‘inquiry’ will be a delay ‘n’ stall whitewash.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Screaming Eagle says:

      It is a ham-handed, desperate ploy to try and help Judge Sullied-van keep from closing the Flynn case. The premise of which is; “We cant close Flynn until Director Wray’s investigation is completed, as there is surely new evidence coming forth”. Time for Barr to step in and say, “It’s over Chris, I’ll expect your resignation on my desk by Tuesday, or else I am going to fire you for cause, which means, no pension, its over Chris”.


  12. WeThePeople2016 says:

    Liked by 8 people

  13. Drogers says:

    He must have felt that seat he’s on getting hot.


  14. Sherri Young says:

    Interesting, isn’t it, that Jensen has not folded his tent and departed for Missouri?

    Durham’s work started out as a criminal leak investigation. When AG Barr came in, the task expanded to determining if the Mueller Special Counsel’s Russia investigation had been properly predicated.

    Now Matt Whitaker has a book out in which he (reportedly) contends that the Flynn investigation was not properly predicated. Jensen is sticking around to investigate those Flynn investigators.

    When Durham unseals indictments and Jensen (at the very least) releases his report, some very sketchy FBI and DOJ people may truly be caught in a Crossfire Hurricane,

    Liked by 3 people

  15. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    For the last few years, I’ve been making some small investments that I decided not to inform my family about. I’m not setting the world on fire, but, I have fortunately been achieving my goals. I’m going to investigate my decision on being discreet about it, and if I find that I have been wrong, I’m going to fire myself.
    Yea, Right!! You can bet on that.

    Liked by 6 people

  16. dayallaxeded says:

    Just another blocking/delaying action. Oh, muh normz! Can’t interfere with an ongoing investigation, even if it’s really a fake and a cover-up. Time to say F it! They’re gonna squawk no matter what so let’s see how loud we can make it. Scorched earth! These Fs deserve the Gen. Sherman treatment x1000.

    Liked by 2 people

  17. jeffclang says:

    To little, to late Mr. Wray. You are now part of the problem.

    Liked by 6 people

  18. jeffclang says:

    To little, to late Mr. Wray. You are now part of the problem.


  19. hawkins6 says:

    Wray’s picture never gets stale.

    It’s May 22, 2020 and Director Wray has finally responded more seriously “in writing” about the FBI Corruption and Dirty Tricks that started in 2016 or earlier. Under Wray’s lack of competent leadership, the FBI appears to be only capable of being a rapid action force when a home invasion of a non violent, pro Trump senior citizen’s home is scheduled to be invaded for political reasons.

    Liked by 2 people

  20. JRD says:

    Fidelity, Bravery, and Integrity my azz!

    More like:

    F elonious
    B ullshit
    I mperious


  21. islandpalmtrees says:

    I think the FBI is being wasted on the American people. Let’s send them to Communist China as a friendship gift.

    Liked by 2 people

  22. goldvalkyrie says:

    Sorry if someone else already addressed this, as I haven’t read through all of the comments yet, but “. . . as Ric Grenell is working to declassify the transcript(s) of the Flynn-Kislyak call. Didn’t Schiff requested the declassification/transcripts of the Flynn-Kislyak call? Guessing that if Schiff wants it declassified that he and others will use to try to prove that Flynn is indeed guilty of “lying” or twist it in the media so it appears Flynn is not “innocent.”c


  23. TRProst says:

    Perhaps Director Wray has decided to get on the correct side of history.


  24. Zabadak says:

    “…the FIB continues to uphold the three core tenets that have defined it…”
    Blah blah blah. Bile in my mouth you lying, deep state, blank, blank, blank.
    We don’t believe you and we sure as hell don’t trust you.

    President Trump…PLEASE fire this deep state menace who is actively working against you and We The People. Cold, cold anger.


  25. Bogeyfree says:

    Wray reports to DAG Rosen who reports to Barr who reports to PT

    So one would think that at least Rosen and possibly Barr pushed or ordered this internal investigation.

    Is it to find truth or set the ground work narrative we looked and unfortunately we had bad intel and made some bad decisions but we will do better in the future?

    At some point if you are a sweeper you end up showing your bristles.

    IMO the bigger potential sweeper indicator will be if the DOJ does not go in with Sidney and let’s her stand alone.

    Running out of bushes to hide behind.


  26. Gman1976 says:

    Mr. Wray, where is the missing 302? Why have you been fighting declassification? What is taking you so long to do anything constructive?

    Liked by 1 person

    • jebg46 says:

      And why has he aided the fbi bad actors in all their redactions that are hiding their illegal acts? He’s actively obstructed justice.


  27. If Wray is trying to CYA, he’ll need a full sized BODY BAG. I believe he is toast.


  28. Jenevive says:

    I hope the FBI is not gonna try to say they were duped by the Russians
    or Chris Steele or whoever.. Cuz are we suppose to feel better
    that out premier law enforcement agency we rely on to catch Terrorists
    and serial killers etc was to stupid to know this was fake…as oppose
    to outright misconduct..? Or was it all some low level lackey who
    misled them?

    So we should feel better they are stupid rather than shady?

    Liked by 1 person

  29. Doug Amos says:

    175 weeks; no handcuffs. Jumbo Jim is probably still investigating emails and Susannotsonice is likely still sending them.


  30. two percent neanderthal says:

    Wray’s order suggests that he is reversing course as opposed to taking a slighty different tack. He had been giving aid and comfort to the deep state anti Trump interests. He has frustrated or at least failed to be proactive in response to requests which would have exposed the wrong doing. He has had opportunities to do the right thing, but didn’t act. What changed? Did he come up with this investigation on his own? Who would be the most troubled by this?


  31. alliwantissometruth says:

    And in other breaking news, it’s been reported that, in the Smith household, a large container filled with the favorite candy of the Smith’s five year old son Joe, who’s only allowed two pieces a day, was found completely empty

    While little Joe has denied any wrongdoing, he’s told his parents he’ll investigate and let them know what, if anything, he’s found

    Liked by 1 person

  32. czarowniczy says:

    And so the search for an organizational straw dog begins…


  33. Bigtex52 says:

    Comey always had investigations as well…..that never found ANYTHING!!!!!


  34. Rose says:

    After riding my Unicorn and having supper with Gawd I read Wray’s press release, does he really think people are that stupid? If he opens an investigation he can hide all the evidence against his agency for years under the guise of an “Active investigation” fire that thug.

    Liked by 3 people

  35. Apparently, Director Wray suddenly noticed what we’ve known for a long time.
    The CDC has found that people with dirt on Hilary Clinton or Barak Obama have an 843% increased risk of suicide.

    Liked by 2 people

  36. Lion2017 says:

    Both Wray & Barr have been there long enough & have done nothing to clean up this corruption. The springs are popping out. They both need to go!
    Thank God for Ric Grenell!

    Liked by 1 person

  37. MLK says:

    It’s impossible to overstate the damage that Comey and the small group did to the FBI’s reputation. It’s completely in tatters. Even Democrats, some of whom chortle with delight at its politicization in their favor know it.

    I stand by what I said some time back, Wray’s resignation will signal the next big chapter in the reckoning and rebuilding. Until then it’s important that he remains in place under close direction and supervision of Barr.

    You really don’t get any better than this statement when it comes to the long awaited and desperately needed house-cleaning. It couldn’t be clearer.

    There is also political value in leaving Wray in place to complete these essential tasks. When he resigns, POTUS Trump will make the most important replacement nomination for FBI Director in its history.

    Comey and his merry band really fixed it! The FBI, including its director, is now completely under the authority of the Attorney General and DOJ. It no longer has authority to defensively brief campaigns, and I expect that a big reorganization is coming to DOJ/NSD.

    Liked by 1 person

  38. Newhere says:

    While Barr absolutely did the right thing in dropping the Flynn case, there remains a core contradiction that the other side exploits.

    Technically speaking, there was no “new evidence.” Calling what Jensen uncovered “new” denies or attempts to obfuscate the fact that agents and prosecutors — ie, the Justice Department — always HAD IT. That one arm had to wrest it from another arm doesn’t make it “new.” It’s not newly uncovered or newly known to the Department.

    By calling suppressed evidence “new,” Barr attempted to sidestep the clear and obvious fact that individuals in his own department and the FBI were suppressing it. By calling it new, he doesn’t have to admit that the review of the case that he ordered revealed that his own investigators and prosecutors (and indeed, his own predecessor) withheld evidence they were required to turn over in order to maintain charges for a non-existent crime.”

    Calling the evidence “new” is a mischaracterization used to create space for plausible deniability on the corruption and criminality; but it also fails to provide a definitive explanation of what happened, giving The Resistance an open field for narrative construction.

    Not only that, it’s legitimately shady. A skeptic can legitimately look at Barr and say: “OK, you’re taking the extraordinary step of withdrawing charges that only mere months ago your Department vigorously argued for and stood by — and you’re doing so on the basis and theory that evidence long known to investigators and prosecutors belies their own conclusions — again, conclusions this Department has stood by for years up until weeks ago. If this is not arbitrary or political — where droppeth the other shoe? Where is the explanation? Firings, discipline … where are indictments?”

    These are fair questions.

    And I would add — Barr playing it coy makes the onslaught against General Flynn and Sidney Powell even worse. Barr’s DOJ coudn’t have continued to prosecute this case down to the wire; so, while he gets some credit for withdrawing the charges … honestly, somewhere along the line the DOJ would be forced to put up or shut up. “Correcting” mistakes, in a narrow, technical fashion, isn’t exactly a profile in courage or a win for Justice with a capital J.

    By not expressly renouncing and retracting former accusations and statements about Flynn — and stating clearly that there was prosecutorial misconduct — Barr has left room for opponents and even Judge Sullivan himself to point to unretracted or contradicted statements and “evidence” put forth by Barr’s own prosecutors. Statements and evidence which presumably or implicitly are rendered moot by the motion to withdraw charges — but which still haven’t *actually* been corrected or called out.

    So for Wray only NOW to open an investigation about misconduct only adds to confusion and actually undercuts Barr; because it makes it seem like the question of misconduct hasn’t been answered, when in fact, Barr’s motion to withdraw is predicated on misconduct, which Barr won’t admit. It’s all FUBAR. But Wray making this announcement now seems calculated to exploit the fine line Barr has tried to walk.

    Barr needs to step up. If he doesn’t, all of this may not end well. If nothing else, Barr’s weak, technocratic move is exacerbating the injustice directed at Flynn, even as Barr ostensibly is trying to fix it.

    Liked by 2 people

  39. Marshall says:

    He has to figure out which 99% of agents are making the other 1% look bad.

    Liked by 5 people

  40. atomichillbilly says:

    A swamp roach scrambling for his hidey hole when the lights come on…

    Liked by 1 person

  41. atomichillbilly says:

    A swamp roach scrambling for his hidey hole when the lights come on…


  42. Richie says:

    Another investigation..hahaha…Tick Tock Run Out The Clock


  43. Blue Moon says:

    Bunch of crap. 3 years of investigation and we are no closer to bringing charges for SPYING on our duly elected President. Time to bring charges and set this baby in motion NOW. Wray is doing what every other person up on the Hill has done—stall. Tired of it.


  44. VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

    Fun facts about Borax…

    Dunno how common knowledge this is, but did you know Borax is the active ingredient in most ant killers?

    The slow kill…

    Now if there is a Ginormous sized bait trap available for the thief ants, ghost ants and big headed ants infesting Wash. DC…


    Since this is a bait, initially you will see more ants – but don’t worry, this is a good thing. Why? As ants forage for food, they are easily attracted to the sweet, sugary liquid inside the bait stations. After finding the bait, worker ants consume it and leave behind a pheromone trail leading back to the colony. This trail lets other worker ants know where the newly discovered food supply is. This is why you will see more ants in the beginning.

    Meanwhile, the active ingredient, Borax, is slowly interfering with the ant’s digestive system, ultimately killing it, but leaving enough time for the ant to go back and share the dose with the rest of the colony. This slow kill is necessary so that foraging ants can make several trips to the bait. The communal nature of an ant colony allows the bait to be spread to hundreds, if not thousands, of individual ants.

    Active Ingredients 5.40% Sodium Tetraborate Decahydrate (Borax)

    Eliminates Ants: including acrobat ants, allegheny ants, argentine ants, big headed ants, cornfield ants, crazy ants, ghost ants, little black ants, odorous house ants, pavement ants, pyramid ants, thief ants, white footed ants, and other sweet eating ants (except fire ants, pharaoh ants, carpenter ants, and harvester ants)


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  45. L4grasshopper says:

    Does this mean that the new ethics training film has been completed?

    Liked by 1 person

  46. Troublemaker10 says:


  47. truth seeker says:

    Insert recent Dana White quote.


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