Bongino Reacts After Wray Disagrees With The Use Of The Word ‘Spying’: ‘He Showed Us All His True Colors’

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FBI Director Christopher Wray testified before the Senate Appropriate Committee Tuesday and when asked, he would not use the term “spying” to describe the bureau’s surveillance activities, including those used against the Trump campaign.

This comes after Attorney General William Barr’s Senate testimony where he announced that he believes government agencies did spy on the president’s campaign.

Christopher Wray seemed to distance himself Tuesday from Barr’s remarks when asked about the use of the “spying” term. “Well, that’s not the term I would use … Lots of people have different colloquial phrases,” he said.

“I believe that the FBI is engaged in investigative activity and part of investigative activity includes surveillance activity of different shapes and sizes. And to me, the key question is making sure that it’s done by the book consistent with our lawful authorities,” Wray explained.

He also said he was not personally aware of any evidence the FBI illegally surveilled the Trump campaign. “I don’t think I personally have any evidence of that sort,” Wray stated.

The FBI relied on the unverified Steele dossier to obtain the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants against former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. (Continued Below)

We should all be concerned about what Wray has been doing, or apparently “not doing,” since it’s been widely reported that spying did, in fact, occur. Could he be saving face for the FBI or is he just another swamp rat? There still remains to be a problem with FBI leadership.

However, the good news is that ultimately Wray doesn’t get to decide. A certain Attorney General does, and he specifically said there was spying and has questions in relation to whether the spying was predicated or not. Wray can play the semantics game, but Barr is playing the real world game.

Former Secret Service agent, Dan Bongino, took to Twitter where he dropped off a series of tweets after Wray contradicted the President and the Attorney General’s statements. (Continued Below)

First, the statements from FBI Director, Christopher Wray:

Bongino wrote, “The Democrats ARE the Party of government spying. That’s an irrefutable fact. Deal with it.”

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Bongino continued, “No worries folks, it’s now A-Okay to spy on political opponents as long as we call it “surveillance” or “cloaked investigation.” The FBI Director seems entirely unconcerned about this entire saga, but he’s very concerned about word games. This country is screwed.”

Then he wrote, “My sincere apologies to all of you for giving FBI Director Wray the benefit of the doubt. He showed us all his true colors today. He clearly doesn’t have it what it takes to uncover the truth we ALL deserve to see.”

Then, Bongino pointed out, “With the exception of -Multiple human spies used to target the Trump team -Multiple secret spying warrants from a spying court -International spies spying on the Trump team & -Unmasking requests to spy on the Trump team by the Obama Administration There’s no evidence of “spying”

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Lastly, he asked, “Is Joe Biden’s presidential campaign currently under FBI/Intelligence community surveillance for his incredibly suspicious family ties to Ukraine? By the Democrats own police-state, surveillance rules you’d think they’d be calling for spying, no?”

We leave you with a post from Jack Posobiec who said that Wray worked under Comey and Mueller:

(Related: Sara Carter On Obama Officials’ Alleged Abuse Of Power: ‘The Biggest Scandal In The U.S. Intel Community That Has Ever Existed’)