All hell broke loose after FBI Director Chris Wray refused to answer this one January 6 question

Despite years-long investigations by Democrats and the corporate-controlled media, when it comes to January 6 there are more questions than answers.

But the questions that still linger are those that Democrats don’t want anyone to ask.

And all hell broke loose after FBI Director Chris Wray refused to answer this one January 6 question.

What did the FBI know and when did they know it?

Earlier this week, a New York Times report revealed that the FBI had up to eight confidential informants embedded inside the Proud Boys organization in the months leading up to January 6, 2021.

That revelation was made in court filings from the trials of five members of the group, who are charged with seditious conspiracy related to the events of January 6.

But most importantly, The Times report raises a very serious question – if the FBI had informants embedded amongst those they claim were planning a violent coup to overthrow the federal government, what did they know beforehand about what may transpire that day, and when did they know it?

That’s a question the so-called “mainstream” media should be asking, but they refuse to do so.

Fortunately though, just a few days after that report dropped, FBI Director Chris Wray was set to testify in front of the House Homeland Security Committee.

And Rep. Clay Higgins (R-LA) proceeded to ask the FBI Director the one question he still refuses to answer.

“Did the FBI have confidential human sources embedded within the January 6 protesters on January 6 2021?” Rep. Higgins asked Wray.

But Wray balked at the question, cautioning that he had to be “very careful” about disclosing “when we do and do not, and where we have and have not used confidential human sources.”

He even proceeded to volunteer that if Higgins was suggesting FBI confidential human sources “instigated” January 6, “that’s categorically false.”

“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,” Wray claimed.

It should be an easy, straightforward question

But Rep. Higgins didn’t let Wray off the hook so easily, and continued pressing him on whether any FBI confidential human sources were dressed as supporters of former President Donald Trump and positioned inside the U.S. Capitol “prior to the doors being open.”

As expected, the FBI Director merely tried to reiterate the same point over again – claiming he couldn’t disclose the information – until the Louisiana Congressman exploded.

“It should be a no!” Higgins barked at Wray. “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?’”

“You should not read anything into my decision to not to share information related to confidential human sources,” Wray declared as the Congressman’s time expired.

As Congressman Higgins alluded to, it should be rather easy for Chris Wray to simply say, “No, FBI confidential human sources were not dressed as Trump supporters and positioned inside the Capitol prior to the events of January 6 unfolding.”

Answering an empathic no to that question in no way compromises any of the FBI’s investigations, confidential human sources, tactics, or anything else Wray claims to be worried about.

All it would serve to do is give the American people some semblance of confidence that all the supposed conspiracy theories of FBI involvement in January 6 are nonsense.

But he simply refuses to do it, and as a result, these questions will continue to linger until the American people are finally given answers.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.