Skip to comments.Sen. Josh Hawley grills Christopher Wray on that hearing he needed to cut short ‘to catch a plane’
Posted on 11/17/2022 9:28:11 PM PST by Kevin in California
When FBI Director Christopher Wray testified before the Senate earlier this week, we noted how he refused to answer if FBI agents were dressed as Trump supporters inside the Capitol on January 6. The Recount posted the video, saying that Rep. Clay Higgins was insinuating that the FBI helped instigate the January 6 storming of the Capitol. Yes, and?
Here’s another highlight of Wray’s testimony. As we reported back in August, Wray, testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee, reminded Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley that he had to leave at 1:30 because he had a plane to catch. “You’ve got your own plane, can’t it wait awhile?” Grassley asked.
Sen. Josh Hawley hadn’t forgotten and asked Wray to clarify that he had to catch a private plane for a vacation.
Like Howard Cosell: http://www.lerctr.org/~transit/healy/cospre.wav
Wray has to catch a plane to catch up with his buddy Ray Epps
If Wray can’t be impeached how about prosecuted for lying to congress?
That was a joy to watch. Would be even better to see Wray dumped into the Potomac.
Reminds me of that woman in a televised Congressional hearing during obama’s reign that said she had a meeting to take during questioning and was going to have to leave. IIRC, the Republican questioning her was shocked and she did leave.
All I remember is she was fat, ugly, filled with contempt and smirking.
Why? The prosecutor is Merrick Garland, that's why.
Sounds like Tyranny to me.
It is all Kabuki. Wray is untouchable.
They need to pull his pass port things are piling up on him.
A military tribunal would be the answer to all of these pukes
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