Chris Wray just gave one infuriating answer to a question about FBI actions on January 6

The Deep State has a lot to answer for over the past six years.

With Republicans reclaiming the House, Americans might finally start getting some answers.

And Chris Ray just gave one infuriating answer to a question about FBI actions on January 6.

The January 6th House Selection Committee has operated as a witch hunt against Donald Trump, which is why so many questions about that day remain.

For example, the investigation into the person who planted pipe bombs at the DNC and RNC appears to have withered away.

The Democrats and their media allies don’t seem at all concerned.

Louisiana Congressman left FBI Director squirming with blunt question about the Bureau’s actions on January 6 

And during a recent Homeland Security hearing, Louisiana Congressman Clay Higgins (R-LA) asked FBI Director Christopher Wray, “Did the FBI have confidential human sources embedded within the January 6 protesters on January 6 2021?” 

Wray tried to weasel out of the question and said that he had to be “very careful” about “when we do and do not and where we have and have not used confidential human sources…To the extent that there’s a suggestion for example that the FBI’s confidential human sources or FBI employees in some way instigated or orchestrated Jan 6, that’s categorically false.”

The FBI does not have much credibility on this issue after evidence clearly suggests paid FBI informants drove the failed plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer that featured 26 conspirators, 12 of which were fed informants.

An investigation showed that the feds essentially planned the plot.

Higgins asked the question again and added if FBI confidential informants dressed as Trump supporters were positioned in the Capitol “prior to the doors being open[ed.”

Wray repeated the same canned answer and Higgins fired back, “It should be a no! Can you not tell the American people, no, we did not have confidential human sources dressed as Trump supporters positioned inside the Capitol on January 6?”

Wray asked Congress to “not read anything into” his non-answer

Wray concluded, “You should not read anything into my decision to not to share information related to confidential human sources.”

If there is a proper investigation of the weaponization of federal agencies against American citizens that has occurred over recent years, then perhaps the American people will get answers about January 6 and Ray Epps, the mysterious provocateur who urged people to go “into the Capitol” on January 5 and January 6 and was then seen at the forefront of the surge past police barricades as Donald Trump’s speech wrapped up.

Epps appeared on the FBI’s Most Wanted list in the days following the riot, then conspicuously disappeared.

He skated with zero charges while elderly grandmas who wandered into the Capitol had the book thrown at them and many defendants still languish in solitary confinement ahead of trial.

With Republicans taking over the House Majority, look for Democrats to memory-hole January 6 as quickly as possible.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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