FBI Director Wray Not Cooperating With AG Barr’s Investigation

A recent report suggests that FBI Director Christopher Wray is not cooperating with Attorney General Bill Barr with his recent investigations.

According to reporter Paul Sperry, republican House representatives are beginning to think that Wray may be involved with the covering up of information to protect members in the FBI.

“House GOP leadership has soured on Comey replacement Wray. They r now convinced Wray’s not part of the FBI cleanup & not cooperating w AG Barr & is in fact part of the cover-up of #SpyGate scandal after burying documents & refusing to make people available for interview,” Sperry said in a tweet.

Check out what the Gateway Pundit reported:

FBI Director Wray and FBI brass have yet to condemn the Obama administration spying on the opposition party during the 2016 election.

Last month Wray told the Senate Appropriations Committee that Bill Barr’s use of the word “spying” to describe the spying on the Trump campaign and administration was “not the term I would use.

Wray also told the committee he has no evidence the Obama administration was spying on Trump.

President Trump has had enough.

Last month President Trump finally lashed out at the conflicted FBI director accusing Wray of protecting the deep state gang in a tweetstorm.

Wray isn’t the only one turning on AG Barr. Just last week, the Democratic ran House of Representatives voted to hold Attorney General Bill Barr as well as Don McGahn in contempt of Congress.

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The Democrats followed through on their threats to hold the pair in contempt after they both defied congressional subpoenas.

Check out what the Daily Caller reported:

Both President Donald Trump’s attorney general and former White House counsel defied subpoenas from the House Judiciary Committee, and congressional Democrats followed through on threats to hold them in contempt. The lower chamber voted in favor of H. Res. 430 by a margin of 229-191 in what was a party line vote.

Trump administration officials have come under fire for their handling of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report, which concluded that there was no evidence that the president’s campaign colluded with the Russian government. Mueller declined to weigh in on the possibility that Trump obstructed justice over the course of his investigation.

Perhaps no figure — other than Trump himself — has drawn more ire from Democrats than Barr, who released his own summary of Mueller’s report, weeks before it was released to the public.

Democrats are accusing Barr of misleading the American public of the findings in the Mueller report even though Mueller himself has stated that he believes Barr is acting in “good faith.”

Back in May, Mueller announced that he does not question Attorney General Bill Barr’s “good faith” in relating to the fact that he made his report “largely public.”

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