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Sean Hannity: FBI director appears 'hesitant' as he reviews FISA report
by Daniel Chaitin
 | September 19, 2019 02:40 PM

Fox News host Sean Hannity has reservations about FBI Director Christopher Wray as the Justice Department reviews the first draft of a report on alleged surveillance abuses.

On his show Wednesday evening, Hannity said Wray appears "hesitant" as he and Attorney General William Barr decide what needs to be redacted in DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz's findings.

"The inspector general's completed report is now in the hands of the attorney general, Barr, who along with the FBI Director Wray is reviewing this material for possible redactions. Now, Director Wray seems to be hesitant, he really does, in wanting to fix what is the greatest, the premier law enforcement agency in the entire world," Hannity said.

"I hope Director Wray changes course and commits himself to implementing the changes so that 99.9% of law-abiding FBI agents that keep us safe every day that we can have confidence in all of them. This is about one-tenth of 1%," he added. "Now, the changes here that's he needs to look at are so we prevent the massive abuse of power, so that it will never happen again."

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Re: Sean Hannity: FBI director appears 'hesitant' as he reviews FISA report
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2019, 03:13:12 PM »
If you are not part of the solution you are part of the problem.  Christopher Wray is NOT part of the solution.


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