FBI Director Christopher Wray was supposed to testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee on the state of the January 6 Capitol riot investigation. He gave the media the soundbite it wanted, but failed or refused to answer some of the senators’ basic questions about the riot. And it wasn’t a partisan thing. Some Republican members were unhappy, but Wray got the full angry treatment not from a Republican but from Democratic Senator Sheldon Whitehouse. The bottom line is: The Senate is increasingly frustrated with the FBI’s stonewall of Congress. (It started long, long before the Capitol riot investigation.) Meanwhile, an update on the Biden administration’s stance on the growing immigration crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border. A hint — it is increasingly untethered to reality.

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  1. colleenb Member
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    I really am thinking that we just dismantle the FBI. They can go first on the ‘de-fund’ list. 

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