How many FBI agents does it take to screw in a light bulb?



In a hearing FBI Director Christopher Wray was asked if he Hunter Biden laptop was “disinformation.”

WASHINGTON — FBI Director Christopher Wray repeatedly refused to say Thursday whether he considered media reporting on first son Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop to be “disinformation” — despite repeated confirmation of its legitimacy.

“I want to be careful about — there is an ongoing investigation that is relevant to that,” Wray said under questioning from Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) during a House Intelligence Committee hearing.

“So I have to be careful what I can share on that here.”

“Do you believe the Hunter Biden laptop story is disinformation?” Stefanik repeated her earlier question.

“I don’t think there’s anything I can share on that in open setting,” Wray repeated his earlier answer.

Stefanik, the No. 4 House Republican, then turned to revelations from the Twitter Files reports that the FBI warned top executives at the social media platform that The Post’s initial story of Oct. 14, 2020, could be the result of a Russian “hack and leak” operation — even while knowing the concern was unfounded.

“Were you aware that the FBI personnel were in contact with Twitter regarding the Hunter Biden laptop story?” Stefanik asked.

“I don’t believe FBI personnel were in contact with Twitter about the Hunter Biden laptop stories specifically,” Wray claimed.

The FBI has had the laptop since 2019. They are either completely incompetent or are intentionally dragging this out to protect the Biden crime syndicate. But they do have time to SWAT peaceful Jan 6 protesters and their kids

More at the NY Post

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Notify of
1 Comment
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

It appears Wray is pretty confident he will never be held accountable for suppressing free speech, instigating riots, entrapment and taking political prisoners. I sure hope he’s wrong.