Some FBI Agents feel director Wray has lost control.
According to a report from The Washington Times, Kurt Siuzdak, an attorney and former FBI agent representing FBI whistleblowers, says FBI personnel are losing faith in agency head Christopher Wray.
The Times reported that the FBI issued a statement to them which read:
The men and women of the FBI work hard every day to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution. All employees are held to the highest standards of professional and ethical conduct, and we expect them to focus on process, rigor, and objectivity in performance of their duties.
Allegations of misconduct are taken seriously and referred to the Inspection Division or appropriate investigative body. In reality, the FBI is comprised of 37,000 employees who do it the right way on a daily basis to keep our nation safe by fighting violent crime, preventing terrorist attacks and defending America from espionage and cyber threats.
Late last month, Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) sent a letter to AG Garland and FBI Director Wray, citing allegations that an FBI intelligence analyst “opened an assessment which was used by a FBI Headquarters team to improperly discredit negative Hunter Biden information as disinformation and caused investigative activity to cease.”
“It has been alleged that in September 2020, investigators from the same FBI HQ team were in communication with FBI agents responsible for the Hunter Biden information targeted by Auten’s assessment,” Grassley continued. “The FBI HQ team’s investigators placed their findings with respect to whether reporting was disinformation in a restricted access sub-file reviewable only by the particular agents responsible for uncovering the specific information.”
Between Hunter Biden’s laptop, colluding with Big Tech, and the raid on Mar-a-Lago, the FBI is under intense scrutiny these days —and the buck stops with Wray.
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