Biden’s FBI Director just used one word that had all Trump supporters thinking about Hillary Clinton

The FBI is using everything in its arsenal to go after Joe Biden’s enemies.

This includes raiding Donald Trump’s personal residence in a gross abuse of power.

And Biden’s FBI Director just used one word that had all Trump supporters thinking about Hillary Clinton.

There is an old show some of you may remember watching as kids called Baretta

It starred Robert Blake as a tough police detective. 

But what really stuck out was the theme song from the show, Keep Your Eye on the Sparrow.

It was performed by Sammy Davis, Jr. and there was a line in the song that went, “don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time.”

Maybe FBI director Christopher Wray should listen to that song once or twice. 

Heck, maybe he should watch the show to get some actual tips on how to be a real law enforcement officer.

But back to the song.

Wray’s whining over Mean Tweets shows his hypocrisy

Recently, Wray began whining that former President Donald Trump isn’t the real victim in the FBI’s political war on Americans.

He claims that mean social media posts against the DOJ and FBI in response to the raid are the real problem.

Well, Mr. Wray, as the song says “don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time.”

And in this case, the crimes Christopher Wray and his FBI are committing aren’t even really being punished, there’s no actual time to do (although there should be).

No, the “time” Wray is complaining about is simply reading nasty tweets from American people who are rightfully upset over the FBI’s latest overstep of their authority.

FBI: firebombing churches is OK, but no mean tweets about us

After the FBI executed their “raid” on Trump’s private Florida Mar-a-Lago home, thousands of social media posts popped up to criticize the incident. 

And the general theme running through them all was to rightfully accuse the FBI of being weaponized and politicized by the Democrats. 

A few messages also called for violence toward Wray, and there were some crackpots and a few jokes about violence against other FBI agents.

While none of these threats were deemed legitimate or anything more than venting, it didn’t stop Wray from whining.

“I’m always concerned about threats to law enforcement,” Wray said Wednesday, condemning the posts. “Violence against law enforcement is not the answer, no matter who you’re upset with.”

The FBI is deplorable and dangerous.

Wray called the threats against the FBI “deplorable and dangerous.”

The FBI director made the remarks after a news conference at the agency’s field office in Omaha, Nebraska, where he was commenting about the FBI’s focus on cybersecurity.

Wray declined to comment further about the raid or answer any questions about why FBI agents spent hours on Monday searching Trump’s Palm Beach resort. 

This was, of course, the first time in U.S. history that the FBI has conducted such a search at the residence of a former President.

And Americans are rightfully angry and confused with many questions.

Trump, several top Republicans, and even some leading Democrats, have demanded answers from the FBI and the Justice Department on why the search was conducted and what property was seized.

“These are dark times for our Nation, as my beautiful home, Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, was raided, and occupied by a large group of FBI agents,” Trump said in an email sent by Trump’s Save America political action committee.

What Wray doesn’t seem to understand is the longer the FBI refuses to answer questions, and the longer they operate outside the Constitution, the angrier the American people are going to get.

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