FBI Dir. Chris Wray Refuses to Say Whether FBI Had Agents in Jan. 6 Crowd


At a House Homeland Security Committee hearing Tuesday, U.S. Rep. Clay Higgins (R-LA) asked FBI Director Christopher Wray point blank whether the bureau had confidential sources or FBI employees (i.e. undercover agents) embedded with the crowd of Trump supporters during the January 6, 2021 riot at Capitol Hill.

Wray refused to answer the question, instead saying he can’t comment on where FBI sources and employees might have been that day. He did, however, assure Higgins that FBI sources and agents had no role whatsoever in instigating the wide scale trespassing that occurred that day.

President Donald Trump, whose actions related to the events of Jan. 6 have drawn a great deal of scrutiny, appoint Wray to lead the FBI after firing his predecessor, James Comey.

Here’s a longer video of the exchange:


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