G. McConway
September 1, 2022

REPORT: FBI Agents Calling for Wray Resignation

Well, the damn has finally broken.

With a slew of whistleblowers now coming forward, agents are also starting to talk about failed leadership.

In particular, agents are reportedly demanding that FBI Director Christopher Wray resign his position.

Time to Go

You will not see me argue against this point.

I have been after Wray to resign for quite some time.

Former FBI agent Kurt Siuzdak dropped a bombshell in a Washington Times report this week.

Siuzdak is now an attorney.

He also happens to be representing FBI whistleblowers.

According to Siuzdak, agents believe that Wray has “lost control of the bureau.”

He added, “They’re saying, ‘How does this guy survive? He’s leaving. He’s got to leave.”

Honestly, the only surprising thing about that announcement is that it took this long to get out.

The suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop investigation probably would have gotten him fired had anyone but Hunter’s father moved into the White House.

The FBI is now clearly on a mission to hunt down conservatives and take them out.

I would imagine that is not sitting well with the majority of agents.

As I have stated before, I know quite a few current and retired agents, all of whom are upset with what they are seeing right now.

It is not that they want to see the agency flip the other way and only go after liberals, either.

They want the agency to be balanced and go after crimes, all crimes, regardless of the side of the aisle the culprit is on.

Wray should have been fired long ago, so now he needs to do the right thing and resign.

When you lose the respect of the agents, you have lost the bureau, and that time has clearly arrived.

Source: Washington Times

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