HAWLEY: "Do you know my phone search history?"
WRAY: "I'm not judging your furry fetish, Senator. It's the insurrection that bothers me."
FBI director Wray at hearing: No evidence there were fake Trump supporters involved in siege at Capitol on January 6th.
FBI Director Chris Wray: "We view the events of January 6 as domestic terrorism."
FBI Director Wray says the FBI is not aware of any widespread evidence of voter fraud that would have affected the outcome of the presidential election.
Josh Hawley: "Director Wray, let's say, hypothetically, a lawmaker did something to encourage these insurrectionists. And perhaps that lawmaker, we'll call him Tosh Mawley, made calls to people involved. The FBI couldn't get....phone records showing that, right? Hypothetically?"
Sheldon Whitehouse lowering the boom on Wray, demanding to know why political sensitive info from FBI flew into the hands of Republicans when Trump was president, while Dem queries sat unanswered for years.
Sen. Hawley (Insurrection Party), is cross-examining Wray the way a defense attorney crosses an agent when he is trying to figure out how much incriminating information the police have about his client (Hawley seems to be proceeding pro se in today’s Senate hearing).
Best moment of this Wray hearing has been Hawley asking him detailed questions about what cell phone and additional data might reveal about those involved in January 6 attack on U.S. Congress and U.S. Capitol.
#BREAKING The fact that FBI Director Wray has the nerve to say the Bureau doesn’t know the cause of death of Sicknick is unbelievable - the left used his death to push a narrative and so did the media. Incompetence or more lies
Josh Hawley's questions for FBI Director Chris Wray are thinly veiled attempts at figuring out what evidence the FBI has against Hawley, and Wray clearly knows it.
FBI Director Chris Wray makes it clear that the FBI considers the mob storming the U.S. Capitol an act of "domestic terrorism." He says 300 people have been arrested by the FBI and other law enforcement agencies. And he added, more people are being charged almost everyday.
The FBI’s Wray called the 1/6 insurrection “domestic terrorism.” What does that make the man who incited this domestic terrorism?
How massive is the FBI investigation of January 6th attack? Director Wray says investigations are underway in 55 of 56 FBI field offices.
Wray is clear the FBI places right-wing/white supremacist extremism on par with international terrorism like ISIS. He is not playing the Antifa equivalency game.
Shouldn’t Wray be asking Hawley and Cruz questions?
Does it qualify as irony that Ted “Cancun” Cruz did much to inspire the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol and now gets to question Dir. Wray about why he didn’t do more to protect Cruz against the attack he inspired? Senate Hearings in Wonderland.
FBI Director Wray confirms what many @GOP
Members are too scared to say publicly: The. Election. Was. Not. Stolen. https://t.co/yDXtZ8mH3M
I bet Hawley really wants to ask FBI Director Wray:
“I deleted all the incriminating texts about 1/6, but can you still retrieve them?”
Some in GOP have claimed Antifa and fake Trump supporters are really to blame for the attack at the Capitol.
FBI Director Chris Wray says there is no evidence that fake Trump supporters were part of the mob and that white supremacists and militia extremists were part of it.
BREAKING: FBI Director Wray says their investigation cannot confirm the cause of death of Officer Sicknick
Almost an hour into hearing, Antifa has been mentioned many times and there’s not been a single mention of QAnon, Proud Boys, III%er or Oathkeepers - all surfaced in Jan 6 charges. Antifa as of now has not surfaced in Jan 6 & Wray said he’s seen no evidence of it.
FBI Director Chris Wray: "We view the events of January 6 as domestic terrorism ... It's got no place in our democracy, and tolerating it would make a mockery of our country's rule of law."
We’ve finally found the leader of antifa. His name is Christopher Wray.
So Ted Cruz was asking the FBI's Christopher Wray about the insurrection at the Senate hearing. Shouldn't Mr. Wray be asking Ted Cruz questions about the insurrection?
NEW: FBI Director Christopher Wray says there are about 2,000 domestic extremist investigations currently.
Wray says in Senate testimony that the behavior on 1/6 is "domestic terrorism."
FBI Director Wray confirms the bureau is denying Congress access to the Norfolk field office report that extremists pre-planned an attack on Jan 6
FBI Director Wray is now praising Americans for turning on their friends and family members for attending the Jan 6 rally