Christopher Wray turned into a ghost when Republican lawmakers demanded to know why he hasn’t been doing his job. He refused to answer a letter from Jim Jordan of Ohio and his Louisiana colleague Mike Johnson. He went white as a sheet when they asked him to set up an interrogation session with the agents who entrapped Michael Flynn, then faded into a crack. They were forced to walk right through him and write to Joe Pientka and Bill Priestap directly. They also want to know why the public “is learning of the FBI’s misconduct with respect to Flynn from court filings,” instead of from the FBI’s top spook.
Does Chris Wray know his job description?
Jordan and Johnson had to write a second letter on Monday to request the same two interviews. The one they wrote to the Federal Bureau of Instigation’s chief instigator was ignored. This time they wrote directly to FBI agent Joe Pientka and former bureau counterintelligence director Bill Priestap. They apologized for bypassing their chain of command but their boss seems to be out to lunch. “Because Director Wray has declined to respond to our request, we are forced to write to you directly,” they explained.
Over two weeks ago, on May 4, they asked Wray point blank in the first letter when he “personally knew of the FBI’s misconduct” with respect to the Flynn investigation. What they are really anxious to know is why the public “is learning of the FBI’s misconduct with respect to [National Security Advisor Lieutenant General Micheal] Flynn from court filings rather than from you.”
The alleged Director of the FBI “declined to respond,” which is a polite way of saying he “exercised his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination.” America has seen the smoking gun notes that prove Flynn was set up. The bureau plotted to “get him to lie.” The notes were written after a clandestine coup plot cell meeting between Priestap, Andrew McCabe, and James Comey, right before Trump was sworn in.
Russians accused of Democrat crimes
Routine surveillance picked up Flynn talking to Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. The Ambassador was hopping mad that Barack Obama slapped sanctions on Russia for interfering in the election. What was most likely an inside job at the DNC to liberate Hillary Clinton’s emails was falsely blamed on them. Slapping them with sanctions for a crime committed by the Democrats in America just wasn’t fair. Flynn told them not to worry about it. Eventually, that got blown out of proportion to Flynn promised the Russians he would lift the Obama sanctions. Obamagate was born.
Priestap’s handwritten notes, which the Department of Injustice only recently found under the couch cushions where they were lost for two years, show they intentionally set Flynn up to lie to the FBI. They charged him under a law that nobody in history has ever been convicted of because it is so vague. Charges have since been dropped.
The FBI lied in a recent statement to the press, right around the same time the first letter went out. “Under Director Wray’s leadership, the FBI has fully cooperated and been transparent.” So transparent that Christopher Wray turned into a ghost.