FBI Dir. Christopher Wray Finally Responds to Raid of Trump Residence – Opinion

FBI Director. Christopher Wray has finally responded to his bureau’s raid of Donald Trump’s Florida residence, and he wants you to know who the real victims are.

The FBI critics are clearly the worst offenders, apparently, despite the many questions about the event, which was supposedly caused by a routine dispute over Presidential Records Act. It was a surprising and unanticipated response from the man who is considered to be his best friend.

Here’s a song for Wray.

I’m trying to think of something I care less about than the FBI citing unnamed “death threats” as a way to deflect from their own maleficence, and I’m coming up blank. It’s what corrupt government officials are known for doing. They lash out in ways that draw blowback, and then they try to disqualify that blowback by saying “I’m getting death threats.”

You are now a public figure. Heck, I’m an anonymous political writer, and I’ve gotten death threats. One agent has not been injured in seven years of FBI ruthlessly targeting Donald Trump. The story here is not any threat to the bureau or its employees, it is the bureau’s own actions, and no amount of pointing at squirrels by Wray is going to change that.

Both political actors were treated equally by the FBI. Instead, they treated Hillary Clinton with kid gloves, haven’t even targeted Hunter Biden at all, and sent armed agents after Donald Trump for a mere records dispute. That was Wray’s choice (no way did he not give the approval for the Trump raid), and now he can face the consequences regarding public opinion and eventually in Washington if elected Republicans have any kind of a backbone.

Wray and his cohorts aren’t immune from the principle of sowing and reaping. Wray and his cohorts wanted to ruin the Earth and make their bureau more powerful for political purposes. They don’t get to slam on the brakes the moment things get uncomfortable. Most Americans used to respect the FBI, even though its history was not perfect. These days are gone, and with good reason.

To summarize, the story here is not that Wray is “concerned” over some anonymous threats on the far reaches of the internet. There are 330 million people in this country so that’s not relevant, especially when we are talking about an agency with unlimited resources to protect itself. The story remains that the FBI is a corrupt dumpster fire that has two sets of rules depending on a target’s political persuasion. Wray could have changed that dynamic, but he only has fed it. That’s on him.

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