Louisiana Representative Clay Higgins just issued an ominous warning to FBI Director Wray

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The federal intelligence agencies are deeply corrupt and everyone is finally starting to see the truth.

But there could be a major reckoning with the evidence coming out of Congressional hearings.

And Louisiana Representative Clay Higgins just issued an ominous warning to FBI Director Wray.

Wray has to be “careful” about what he tells Congress

Last November, the House Committee on Homeland Security called in FBI Director Christopher Wray to testify before Congress. 

The Committee’s purpose in soliciting his testimony was to better understand the FBI’s presence at the Capitol on January 6, 2021. 

When Higgins took his turn to ask Wray questions, the FBI Director evaded him every chance he got. 

“Did the FBI have confidential human sources embedded within the January 6 protestors on January 6, 2021?” Higgins asked.

“Congressman, I’m sure you can appreciate that I have to be very careful about what I can say about,” Wray responded, before Higgins interrupted with “that’s what you told us two years ago.”

Wray went on to finish his answer by explaining that he had to be “careful” telling the public “when we do and do not and where we do and do not use confidential human sources.” 

The FBI Director added that it was “categorically false” to imply that the Bureau was involved in the riots that broke out that day.

Higgins slammed the FBI Director by saying that “it should be a no!”

Wray refuses to answer the question

Higgins just had another round with Wray, but this time he brought evidence to review.

Higgins opened his questioning by reminding Wray and the American public of the exchange that happened just a year ago this month. 

He recounted the lack of a response from Wray in the previous testimony and the absence of information made available ever since.

“We can’t get a straight answer,” he said, leaving a moment for Wray to respond.

“Congressman, as we’ve discussed before, I’m not going to get into where we have or have not used confidential human sources. But what I,” Wray stated, before Higgings cut in and asked “do you know what a ghost bus is?”

“I’m not sure I’ve used that term before,” Wray responded.

“Your day is coming, Director Wray!”

Higgins, who is a former police officer, thought this answer was strange because “it’s pretty common in law enforcement.”

“It’s a vehicle that’s used for secret purposes,” Higgins explained, before presenting images of what he was referring to. 

Pointing to an image of all-white buses at Union Station on January 6, Higgins said that they “were the first two” to arrive that day and they were “filled with FBI informants dressed as Trump supporters.”

Higgins alleged that he has “all the evidence” to prove that these FBI informants were “deployed” at the Capitol on January 6.

The Chair of the Committee quickly ended Higgins’ cross-examination and moved on to the next Representative. 

But not before Higgins could warn that “your day is coming, Director Wray!”

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