Sunday Talks: Andy Biggs Discusses “Why Now” as Chris Wray Initiates an FBI Investigation…

It’s a question that has been asked several times: why is FBI Director Christopher Wray now starting an internal review of those within the FBI who were engaged with the events around Lt. General Michael Flynn.  Why did he wait so long?

In this interview Representative Andy Biggs discusses that question.  WATCH:

.

The most likely answer is simply sunlight.  The corrupt FBI activity was clearly evident within the organization in 2018 and 2019.  However, the recent change is the public awareness of it with documented evidence.

Keep in mind there are dozens of currently employed FBI officials, agents, analysts and administrators who participated in the effort.  As a result of USAO Jeff Jensen reviewing the activity; and in combination with DNI Ric Grenell declassifying and releasing the information to the public; FBI Director Chris Wray has no choice.

Remember, despite his involvement FBI supervising agent David Archey was promoted and now leads the Virginia field office.  Additionally, one of the key actors, FBI Agent Joe Pientka, was transferred to San Francisco.  Both Archey and Pientka are part of a much larger network of FBI officials that remain currently employed and have never been held accountable.

Agent’s Pientka and Archey were coordinating their corrupt operations with several dozen FBI officials and staff.

Lastly there’s the list of 53 witnesses that Senator Graham plans on calling:

Trisha Anderson, Brian Auten, James Baker, William Barr, Dana Boente, Jennifer Boone, John Brennan, James Clapper, Kevin Clinesmith, James Comey, Patrick Conlon, Michael Dempsey, Stuart Evans, Tashina Gauhar, Carl Ghattas, Curtis Heide, Kathleen Kavalec, David Laufman, Stephen Laycock, Jacob Lew, Loretta Lynch, Andrew McCabe, Mary McCord, Denis McDonough, Arthur McGlynn, Jonathan Moffa, Sally Moyer, Mike Neufield, Sean Newell, Victoria Nuland, Bruce Ohr, Nellie Ohr, Stephanie L. O’Sullivan, Lisa Page, Joseph Pientka, John Podesta, Samantha Power, E.W. “Bill” Priestap, Sarah Raskin, Steve Ricchetti, Susan Rice, Rod Rosenstein, Gabriel Sanz-Rexach, Nathan Sheets, Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall, Glenn Simpson, Steve Somma, Peter Strzok, Michael Sussman, Adam Szubin, Jonathan Winer, Christopher Wray, and Sally Yates.

Once you get on the Sunlight Express you can’t get off ’til the ride’s over.

.

This entry was posted in 4th Amendment, 6th Amendment, Abusive Cops, Activist Judges, AG Bill Barr, Big Government, Big Stupid Government, Conspiracy ?, Decepticons, Deep State, Dem Hypocrisy, Dept Of Justice, Donald Trump, Donald Trump Transition, FBI, Legislation, media bias, President Trump, Spygate, Spying, THE BIG UGLY, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

234 Responses to Sunday Talks: Andy Biggs Discusses “Why Now” as Chris Wray Initiates an FBI Investigation…

  1. fishon2016 says:

    Dam straight bring on the Sun light.

    Liked by 12 people

    • Contrarymary says:

      Now if they could just do a deep dive and prosecutions on what was done to the Bundys and the hammonds. Remember how the judge in the Bundy case, eventually, had to dismiss the case with prejudice because of the lies of the Fbi/doj/blm. They were just allowed to go back to work to harass more citizens. They can lie, cheat, steal and destroy people’s lives, but hey, as long as they did it by the (fbi/doj) book…..

      Liked by 14 people

      • jeans2nd says:

        “Kirk: Come, come, Lieutenant. You of all people go by the book!
        Saavik: By the book?
        Kirk: By the book! Regulation 46A: “If transmissions are being monitored during battle –”
        Saavik: [astonished] “- no uncoded messages on an open channel.” [looking at Spock] You lied!
        Spock: I exaggerated.
        Kirk: Hours instead of days; now we have minutes instead of hours!”
        Star Trek II, The wrath of Khan

        Obama has played the word game all his life. By the Book? Pfffft
        Obama meant anything but

        Liked by 6 people

    • zozz1 says:

      Those 53 comprise quite a rogues’ gallery…I think they would all look good in orange.

      Liked by 3 people

  2. T2020 says:

    He was basically shamed into it. He’s a disgrace.

    Liked by 19 people

    • History Teaches says:

      If only Graham’s actions were even half as good as his words. What a gift for evasive double talk.

      Liked by 13 people

      • California Joe says:

        Wray is beyond incompetent and needs to be fired!

        Liked by 9 people

      • John Lott says:

        Had McCain not passed away, Graham would have still been under his influence during the impeachment. The two of them with the help of the media would have likely shamed enough republicans to illegally remove Trump from office. It’s amazing what small turns of events history hinges upon. “From the sublime to the ridiculous it is but one step”.

        Liked by 14 people

        • T2020 says:

          John Lott – I’d like to think of it as God’s timing.

          Liked by 6 people

        • I Hear You Now says:

          John Lott: if you don’t mind me asking,

          Are you the gentleman who wrote this fine book (among others)?

          More Guns, Less Crime: Understanding Crime and Gun Control Laws,

          Like

        • TPW says:

          Graham had to jump a sinking ship….just cause he is corrupt doesn’t mean he is stupid. Graham has serious character flaws and I hope his state realizes it. Graham wants to be on the winning team. My Grandfather use tom say ….if you waller in shit you end up smelling like it. Same applies to Hannity who seems to be on a power trip of….he can make or break Graham. He obviously chose to make…question is …what does he expect in return?

          Like

        • Rhoda R says:

          Scary thought John Lot

          Liked by 1 person

    • ploome says:

      I will believe it when I see it

      Liked by 1 person

    • Bullseye says:

      Ray doing what the fib has always done nothing new here sop

      Liked by 2 people

    • Georgia says:

      More like he saw a threat to his professional position/advancement, he clearly has no shame….

      Liked by 2 people

  3. TarsTarkas says:

    ‘Under investigation’ is another term for ‘cannot make available for testimony’.

    Liked by 26 people

    • hocuspocus13 says:

      …to save his ass!

      Liked by 4 people

    • Contrarymary says:

      Wow. Good catch, tars. Didn’t think of that one. I was thinking he was going to come out before the election, with a big news flash, that their Investigation turned up no dirty, crooked work by the fbi, everything had a solid predicate and the fbi is innocent.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Carrie says:

      That’s exactly what I thought too. Unable to “comment on an ongoing investigation” until at least the end of November, then a couple of more delays until Match of next year…

      Liked by 2 people

    • Dave Hunter says:

      A review by the FBI’s Inspection Division is not the same as a criminal or CI investigation, so they can’t hide Pientka and the rest the way they did during the Mueller SC Investigation.

      Liked by 2 people

      • TarsTarkas says:

        Not legally, perhaps. But we’re talking about the FBI. Whose former director reported to a ‘Higher Authority’ than the POTUS. Wray has played hide the ball too many times for it to fool anybody but the willfully blind.

        Liked by 2 people

    • YeahYouRight says:

      Bingo, Tars! I think you broke the code!

      Liked by 1 person

    • 4sure says:

      No coincidence that he started this investigation as soon as he saw all the FBI crooks on that witness list by Graham.

      Gives them all an excuse to invoke the old coverup of “I can’t answer or talk about that because of an on going investigation. I would not be surprised if Graham is not in on it. Graham and Wray working together to sweep it under the rug.

      Liked by 2 people

  4. WSB says:

    And those are just the ones WE know about.

    Liked by 13 people

  5. Gort says:

    After Action Review = Whitewash.

    That’s all.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. DocinPA says:

    Grahamnesty better not be kidding this time…..

    Like

  7. Greg J says:

    So, the dirty cops are going to investigate the dirty cops? Have I got that right?

    Liked by 21 people

  8. NightFlight says:

    David Archey isn’t on the long list; perhaps enough calls to our Senators and he will make the short list.

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Vince says:

    Wray started it and Grenell can finish it.

    Liked by 5 people

  10. guest4ever says:

    Color me skeptical. I’ll believe it when I see it.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Dw says:

    What about Hillary?

    Liked by 2 people

  12. sonoftrump says:

    Personally, I love the idea of General Flynn the FBI’s next director and Sidney Powell as Justice Czar

    Liked by 1 person

  13. California Joe says:

    Errors? How about investigating to see if crimes were committed, Mr. Wray? Isn’t that what the FBI’s job!

    Liked by 6 people

  14. oldumb says:

    Just to nip it in the bud, before all of the 99% screamers start saying everyone is guilty. I firmly believe that Sundance is correct that dozens of current FBI employees participated, Far fewer than 1%.

    Just sayin’ because of the broken record that everyone at the FBI should whistle blow. I am not defending even 1 FBI employee, just acknowledging that only a select few knew what was going on.

    Like

    • mimbler says:

      Having worked in a federal agency, I’d speculate that approximately 100 percent of the FBI stationed in DC knew what was going on in a broad sense. Mueller had 40 of them working for him on just his “investigation”. How many participated in the dawn raids of Manafort and Stone? Word gets around.

      Just my opinion, like you have yours.

      Liked by 20 people

      • T2020 says:

        I agree, nimbler.👍🏻

        Liked by 3 people

      • TigerBear says:

        There were 29 agents that descended on Roger Stone and his wife including the amphibious team.

        I agree with you. 👍🏽👍🏽 Far more knew even if they weren’t directly involved in the organizing and executing the coup. The Rot in the FBI goes deep far and wide with the heaviest stench coming from DC and NY!

        Liked by 7 people

      • Beau Geste says:

        Yes mimbler, bureaucracies are filled with people who spend most of their time finding out about, and gossiping about, what other people are doing. The FBI and DOJ are no different, likely even more so, because that is what they do…. Typical ‘bosses’ generally keep someone in their group who is supposed to keep the boss knowlegable about what is going on, socially, professionally, under the table, who is doing what to whom internally and externally, etc,

        Liked by 2 people

      • plane of the ecliptic says:

        Spot on mimbler. 40 here, 40 there. Those two dawn raids alone were such a stupid, stupid safety risk. All the Agents in charge should be fired for that alone. Remember the #1 rule on a tactical action..”if anyone sees a safety issue, no matter what your rank..speak up” Those whole dam raids were a safety violation and nobody stood up.

        Liked by 7 people

      • oldumb says:

        How many of the agents on the Manafort and Stone raid were “in on it”? I bet most were showing up for duty.

        I would agree with your 100% figure of an office out side of HQ. I bet the figure is much less, maybe 100% of the 7th floor.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Rhoda R says:

          Gossip and innuendo go around throughout all offices. The problem is that someone might have heard that something fishy might have been going on over such and such but doesn’t have any direct knowledge or details of what that something was. A whistle blower complaint used to require direct knowledge of some fraud, waste or abuse.

          Like

          • oldumb says:

            Big stretch. Someone might have overheard….

            Gossip and innuendo about strozk anf page love affair maybe, but not case information.

            Sure there is some group of people that were out of the loop, that may have some idea that stuff was going on, maybe even know a small part. But I call BS. Compartmentalization works and works well. Few people had enough pieces to know WTF, and even fewer knew WHY the stuff going on was.

            Dozens at the most, at the FBI, knew. The rest were out of the loop, working their own scams and grifts.

            Like

      • Issy says:

        mimbler: Absolutely Correct, as far as I’m concerned maybe some in far flung field office might have missed it, but these agents are not stupid. They are complicit in this culture of corruption that Mueller developed. The Patriot Act gave them unfettered power.

        Liked by 1 person

    • jeans2nd says:

      95% of D.C. voted for Crooked.
      We often fall into the trap of seeing others as we wish to see them, not as they really are.

      Liked by 6 people

      • Beau Geste says:

        and many of them voting in maryland and virginia were dead, or actually lived in non-voting DC, but still found the time and energy to vote for crooked. Sometimes there are even more voters who voted for crooked, than there are eligible citizens (>100% voting rate !!!).

        Liked by 3 people

      • oldumb says:

        AGREED!

        Like

  15. RJ says:

    All BS and more! Wray is creating a wall to keep prying eyes out of the FBI. This internal look is just creating an excuse to not disclose to any one or any committee who seeks information by saying “I can not talk about an ongoing investigation!”

    If and when President Trump wins re-election I expect a number of heads to roll, Wray being in the first wave, rightly so in my opinion.

    Liked by 10 people

  16. woohoowee says:

    DOJ and FIB tried to put the heavy on any PT45 associate they could. Just think, thugs trying to intimidate Stone and others into making up something untrue about PT45 are still working at DOJ and FIB!

    Liked by 5 people

  17. Tl Howard says:

    More tv on Flynn right now: 8 PM, EDT; 5 PM, PDT, Fox News:
    “Witch Hunt: The Flynn Vindication”

    Liked by 2 people

  18. SS says:

    Why now? The IG already nailed it. The FBI has been sitting on all the information that’s coming out. We know the FBI acted badly. We can point directly to the bad acts. This is just a little show that will create a small blurb on the FBI website in a couple of years..

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Bogeyfree says:

    We know now Grenell is not going back to Germany so most likely EVERYTHING IMO hinges on where he goes next?

    Acting FIB Director?

    Acting NSA Director?

    Acting CIA Director?

    #2 behind Ratcliffe?

    I’d still like to see PT snooker these guys by swearing in Ratcliffe come Tues as DNI Director, then immediately fire Wray then immediately move Ratcliffe over as Acting FBI Director and then re-appoint Grenell as Acting DNI Director.

    This way Ratcliffe and Grenell both get 210 days as Acting which will take us beyond Nov when PT should have had time to expose SSCI some Senators and gain 4-5 Senate seats thus making for easy confirmation of both Ratcliffe as FBI Director and Grenell as DNI Director.

    Not to mention Sidney Powell as AG who won’t pussy foot around and Gen Flynn as CIA Director.

    Now THAT is an azz kicking team and how you go about draining the swamp.

    Liked by 10 people

  20. arsumbris says:

    The classic DC bureaucrat tactic is to “investigate” themselves, and quickly produce a white-wash result. Expect whatever Wray produces to be contradictory to Durhams results, or to anything declassified by DNI. Expect tons of CYA shrugging and “we could not determine” lines from Wray. Expect every RINO to defend whatever Wray produces, including Grahamnesty’s white-wash Senate investigations.

    Liked by 3 people

    • nimrodman says:

      yeah, and they’ll “institute measures so that this can never happen again yada yada”

      I don’t care about “never again”
      I don’t care about “next time”

      I want some castrations and disembowelments for THIS TIME !!!

      Liked by 7 people

  21. nimrodman says:

    How many of those 53 Graham witnesses will claim they can’t answer “due to the sensitivity of the matter”?

    Liked by 2 people

  22. Mike in a Truck says:

    Just one little teensy weensy problem. Look who’s shinning the flashlight. Lindsey The Limp Hearted.

    Like

  23. alliwantissometruth says:

    Director Wray will get to the bottom of this!

    But, um, first he’ll need to do an exhaustive investigation that could easily take nine months or so

    Then he’ll need to have hearings in order to find out what specific type of hearings are best suited for this investigation

    Then on to those hearings where he’ll need to determine the scope of the matter and what should be done about it, which will, of course, bring on the need for more hearings to determine the proper course of action

    Those actions will then require hearings to determine what actions they’ll actually use, which will then require hearings on how to proceed

    He’ll then need to go over all evidence and redact any sensitive information, which will then lead to hearings on the lawful use of such information

    At this point, hearings will be needed to find proper punishments for those involved, but Wray will then be at retirement age and leave government service

    The nest step will be hearings on his replacement, and how much time will be needed for the new Director to review the evidence, which then will require hearings on………………

    Liked by 2 people

  24. jb says:

    Sundance writes: “The most likely answer is simply sunlight”

    I must disagree. This is just a holding strategy (a mitigation of the criticism of doing nothing while hoping for a Biden presidency come Nov 2020) There will be no report before then. Much like Huber.

    Liked by 2 people

    • deplorable says:

      Who is Huber?

      Like

      • Beau Geste says:

        huber is/was the doofus in Utah investigating clinton and her ‘foundation’, possibly including the $140 million bribe-contribution from the russians through canada to the clinton ‘foundation’. . AG Barr said, long ago, Huber’s investigation was soon coming to “fruition”. Utah Huber apparently never even had a Grand Jury. The planeload of records of the local FBI Arkansas investigation into the clintons was rumored to be spirited off, never to be seen again. Huber simply disappeared into nothingness.

        so, its opposites:
        “crooked as sullivan” for persecuting innocent people
        “the criminal investigation was hubered” for deep-sixing investigations of deep staters

        Like

        • Issy says:

          Beau Geste: It used to irritate me so for all the trust the plan people talking about the thousands and thousands of sealed indictments he Huber had. What happened to those people?

          Like

      • Jb says:

        John Huber.
        Led an investigation into illegalities of the Dems and illary Linton that dragged on forever, subpoenaed No one, and went nowhere

        Like

  25. Bogeyfree says:

    Can anyone explain to me why is seems like AG Barr just ignores all the Prior Spying Done from. 2009-2016 on millions of Americans even with all of this evidence?

    1). Adm Rodgers 6 month audit that proves 85% of searchers were non-compliant

    2) A documented 99 page report from FISA Judge Collyer that outlines this abuse

    3) A Registered Whistleblower who actually did the spying on Americans, INCLUDING JUDGES from 2009-2013

    4) 47 Hard Drives turned into the FIB in 2015 with millions of pages of evidence of this spying.

    Why AG Barr is this not worthy of a deep and thorough investigation if indeed there is one standard of justice?

    Why does the DOJ seemingly turn a blind eye on this 2009-2016 spying on Americans???

    What are you afraid of finding? The Truth???

    Liked by 2 people

    • VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

      Not everyone is ignoring this…

      https://www.hsgac.senate.gov/media/majority-media/johnson-talks-unmasking-list-on-americas-newsroom

      “When President Obama left office and said this is the first administration with no scandals – are you kidding me? What about Lois Lerner and the IRS scandal? How about Fast and Furious, the fact that his attorney general was held in contempt? What about the exoneration of Hillary Clinton? Which, by the way Ed, I’ve always felt one of the reasons they went overboard to exonerate Hillary Clinton is because President Obama knew full well that she was using a private server and according to the statute, 793(f), having knowledge of somebody mishandling, through gross negligence, national security information – that makes somebody legally vulnerable as well. There are a lot of questions that this unmasking revelation has created, a lot of questions need to be answered from Vice President Biden all the way up to President Obama.”

      ###

      Liked by 2 people

    • BitterC says:

      Barr has got his hands full with Obamagate at the moment. There aren’t enough DOJ prosecutors (especially trustworthy ones) to take on everything at once

      Like

  26. zombietimeshare says:

    Why? For the next six months, the company line coming out of the FBI will be “It would be improper for us to comment on an ongoing investigation and all speculation should be viewed as improper interference.” The investigation will be completed no sooner than November 3rd, 2020. After that date the FBI will try and make this all fade away.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Alli says:

      What happens when you realize the entire deep state are all Communist? Do you shut government down to clean it up or do you strategically bring down the key players? I think President Trump knows it’s as bad as that. All these young graduates groomed for their government jobs and all willing to tow the Communist uh hum I mean socialist line. Its beyond, it’s cold anger. Thank you Sundance for your tremendous skills and analysis.

      Liked by 2 people

  27. YeahYouRight says:

    These corrupt people have never given a rat’s ass what the public sees or thinks. Don’t believe your lying eyes, right? Ha.

    There’s something else going on. Barr made him do it, trying to save smirky Wray’s job with this fig leaf.

    Like

  28. TigerBear says:

    I have questions and they might be stupid ones.

    Does this investigation Wray ordered be in anyway connected to what Durham is doing? In other words will this investigation make the FBI privy to any Durham information? Will there be more cover ups and leaks soon?

    Like

    • III% says:

      It is not connected in the way you are thinking. No,they won’t be privy to Durham’s investigation materials and I’ll bet a cookie leaks will come from ANY behind closed doors questioning. That’s what dems do. Spin talking points out of thin air.

      Like

      • BitterC says:

        Durham could create a laundry list of people he couldn’t indict but they broke policy and procedure. This could be a clean up op to punish those he doesn’t charge if we had any faith in the system

        Liked by 1 person

      • BitterC says:

        And let’s not forget all the FISA problems Horowitz is uncovering. If Wray were serious, some of those that Horowitz doesn’t refer for prosecution would be fired to send a message. A stronger message than a new checklist

        Liked by 2 people

  29. Simon Says says:

    He’s deep stste . They must obstruct until november election.

    Like

  30. Simon Says says:

    He’s deep stste . They must obstruct until november election.

    Like

  31. chuckyschmucky says:

    Did Chris Wrat hatch this investigation AFTER Lindsey Graham announced his hearings? If so, it’s pretty clear that Wrat is giving the Obama thugs an excuse to clam up in the hearings (“can’t comment on that because it’s currently the subject of an ongoing investigation” BS).

    Liked by 1 person

  32. VandalizeDuhMastuhsAlgorithms says:

    Frankly, my dear…

    Last teardrop + Cold Anger = implacable resolve…

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Gerry says:

    More than sunshine is needed. How about some prosecutions and dismissals?
    Here is an FBI self purge idea: Have all the individuals in the DC office and others involved, at the time submit to a lie detector test, including Pientka and Archy. The CIA does it to determine integrity of mission, and to route out traitors. That’s what these FBI ant-agents are, traitors if they knew about it, participated in it or were involved. The FBI depends on whistleblowers who are brave enough to come forward in crimes, yet we did not hear or see any of them stepped up. You group of “rank and file” and you know who you are, you are cowards.
    The FBI should be no different. Determine if they knew they were breaking rules or knew of those who broke rules and laws. Their careers, promotions, and retirements will depend on it. Once they know they will be found out, they will run like the RATS that they are. Especially the 40 assigned to the SCO. The integrity of this agency depends on it, otherwise, you are no better than the criminals that you purport to pursue.

    Liked by 3 people

    • nimrodman says:

      I’m ALL about polygraphs

      every 2 years routinely and as needed on an “event” basis (big leak to press, other skullduggery)

      Like

  34. SHV says:

    The FBI’s reputation of being clean, upstanding crime fighters is based TV shows and movie myths. A Federal agency headed by a cross dressing porn addict who kept his job for 37 years, allegedly by blackmail, has never been clean and upstanding. The much praised FBI labs have been corrupt and incompetent at least since the 70-80s. Most recently, the “hair” lab was proven to be a fraud and now the ballistics lab results are being questioned. And that is just the tip of the iceberg compared to illegal wire taps and forced confessions to questionable “process” crimes, etc., etc.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Issy says:

      SHV: This is all true. I’ve been reading and hearing about these problems long before Trump or even Obama. Obama didn’t corrupt them, they just suited his and Brennan’s purposes beautifully.

      It’s been a while, but I remember the big scandal about the hair analysis being fraudulent. Hoover, how the agency survived everything that came out about him can only be explained by congress pretending not to know. That, and maybe somebody found his secret files.

      Pretending not to know, has been raised to an art form in D.C.

      Like

  35. deplorable says:

    Graham has timed his “sunlight” on the attempted coup to wrap up just before congress heads home for Thanksgiving break.

    It’s a darn shame that the election will occur just a week or so before Graham wraps up his “investigation”.

    The democrats will steal the election in November with mail in ballot fraud and all of this gets buried in the archives of history to never again see the light of day.

    Like

    • PinotNoir says:

      Won’t matter then. If the dems steal the election all hell breaks loose. When we get around to archiving the coup, the participants and their supporters will be well past caring.

      Like

  36. 335blues says:

    Chris Wray is a disgrace.
    This is just another cover up by the FBI and Wray.

    Like

  37. islandpalmtrees says:

    Color me skeptic – Does Senator Graham calling 53 or 153 witnesses with his track record mean anything?

    Liked by 4 people

  38. jahealy says:

    It’s interesting (and by interesting, I mean infuriating) that Barr seems to view Wray and his bureau of fibbers as having nothing to do with him (Barr). Last time I checked, Barr is Wray’s BOSS. What the hell is Barr thinking, letting this irrelevant, incompetent idiot continue to “lead” the FBI? I don’t get it.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Issy says:

      jahealy: Wray has been doing exactly what he was put in place to do. Keep the lid on the corruption (protect the institution) and stop any more illegalities from occurring. He wasn’t put there to cooperate with congressional investigations. They’re useless anyway.

      I’m not defending him, just stating what he is doing. I think the Hoover Building should be imploded and everyone in there fired, but that’s just me and not realistic.

      Liked by 1 person

  39. Whitehouse Clown says:

    Why an investigation? Once started Wray’s standard answer will be “can’t comment on an ongoing investigation. “

    Liked by 3 people

  40. WhiteBoard says:

    many are joining out of pressure to not be excused.. yet are they really delivering?

    who really delivered?
    Nunes? yes
    Gowdy? maybe with his new podcast with nunes – seems to be confessional
    Lyndsey?
    Mconnel?
    Mcarthy?
    rubio?

    Like

    • Issy says:

      Whiteboard: Put an X over the last four names, Gowdy too. He and Nunes both saw the classified documents. Nunes defended Trump. Gowdy straddled the fence, waiting to see who won.

      Like

  41. jeans2nd says:

    Trey Gowdy and Devin Nunes both agreed they hesitated to, and actually did not, subpoena any of Pres Trump’s guys during their Obamagate investigation, for appearances’ sake. Yup, they said that.

    Gowdy admitted he took far to long to realize every single person in FBI/DOJ was working to protect the institution no matter what, just as Gowdy himself had once done.
    One suspects both Wray and AG Barr fall into this category.
    (from Gowdy’s latest podcast)

    Liked by 2 people

    • WhiteBoard says:

      they also admitted they were very well aware of a lawfare obstruction or ethics trap on everyone touching and evidence…. it paralyzed them and they defaulted into informing the public but not touching to much evidence directly once they GOT THE IDEA

      This lawfare group must be targeted as terrorism and highlighted for the public to decide their outcome. they committed treason in legality tripwire walking behind the line of legality but always masked as legal through devious techniques.

      Treason – Taken away – Rule of Law must be restored via example.

      Liked by 2 people

  42. islandpalmtrees says:

    Director Wray, as you can see I am investigating. Does this mean anything?

    Time for a short story:

    Once upon a time their was a supervisor who thought himself clever by circumventing a process to select the best software. Quietly, he told the engineer who was running the test, select this specific Microsoft product to be the winner. The engineer, not wanting to anger his supervisor, did as he was told. In order to make a long story short, what the supervisor had mandated was revealed and the repercussions were the loss of the supervisor’s job.

    Director Wray, may find that producing outcomes of his investigation based on political appeasement will lead to the loss of his position.

    Like the Chinese fortune cookie – it’s best to be honest and avoid the repercussions.

    Like

  43. jeffsn4 says:

    It’s because of sunlight if you think the investigation is legitimate. Most likely it’s just to make it look like he’s doing something to buy himself time. It’s almost June, there’s not much more clock to run out.

    Liked by 3 people

  44. FTA:

    “.. David Archey was promoted and now leads the Virginia field office. Additionally, one of the key actors, FBI Agent Joe Pientka, was transferred to San Francisco.”

    This “dispersal of assets” reminds me of the “survival of the species” strategy of establishing distant colonies in hopes ONE survives if the parent colony is destroyed.

    It also reminds me of a “Lesson Learned” by the Dept of Corrections when they sought to weaken prison gangs by transferring members to other prisons. THAT stratagem merely seeded the gangs EVERYWHERE, and infected the ENTIRE PENAL SYSTEM with a tight-knit criminal organization that recruited EVEN MORE members than would have been previously possible.

    Sadly, the 2nd parallel is the most similar of the 2 scenarios.

    Liked by 4 people

  45. CharterOakie says:

    Or… you continue to let out more net, quietly, with multiple FISA warrants and other legitimate surveillance tools in operation in order to discover the sleepers and accumulate vast amounts of fool-proof evidence for grand jury purposes…

    …and then you start reeling in the net, having caught big and little fish alike…

    …which you haul out onto dry land and expose them to the bright, hot sun.

    And you do that at the optimal time just prior to the 2020 election so that the enemy doesn’t have time to figure out a way to tell the masses that they are smelling perfume and not stinking, rotting fish.

    If I were implementing a plan to counter the deep state coup attempt and ensure justice for all, it would work something like that, I think.

    Like

  46. Troublemaker10 says:

    Unless they are currently with the government, they can refuse to show up can’t they?

    Like

    • Issy says:

      Trouble: Yes, but with a subpoena they can be found in contempt and referred for prosecution. Notice I said can be. There have been several notable cases where congress didn’t.

      They can show up, make a speech about how innocent they are of any wrongdoing, then take the fifth. You shouldn’t be able to make any statements when invoking 5th amendment, but congress doesn’t enforce that either.

      Congressional hearings are a joke to anyone with an IQ above room temp.

      Like

  47. Bogeyfree says:

    IMO if PT doesn’t fire Wray this week and replace with Acting FBI Director Grenell then this whole thing is one big sweeper operation and one system of justice was all just empty words and BS.

    Like

  48. Bruce_Dern's_Finger says:

    Check Wray’s recent purchase of shredding machines and hammers.

    Like

  49. Curt says:

    I was in law enforcement for 43 years. Anyone who thinks that Wray is going to do an honest investigation at this point has been smoking too many of those funny little cigarettes…… More obfuscation, lies and leaks to the Washington Post are the order of the day. The swamp runs deep and is not answerable to anyone. By the way, where the hell is Joe Pientka Mr. Wray????

    Like

  50. LafnH20 says:

    Wouldn’t it be something if Mr Grenell stepped in and “Continued the Investigation”.

    Continue, mind you…
    NOT start.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s