FBI Refuses To Tell Sen. Cruz Whether FBI Agents, Informants “Actively Participated” On Jan. 6

OPINION | This article contains political commentary which reflects the author's opinion.

The FBI’s executive assistant director blatantly refused to tell Senator Ted Cruz whether or not any FBI agents or confidential informants “actively participated” in the Capitol Hill debacle on January 6th, 2021.

Senator Ted Cruz: “Did any FBI agents or confidential informants commit crimes of violence on January 6?”

FBI official Jill Sanborn: “I can’t answer that.”

Cruz: “Did any FBI agents or FBI informants encourage and incite crimes of violence on January 6?”

Sanborn: “I can’t answer that.”

Ah, how convenient. You can’t answer that. Of course you can’t.

Well, there you have it. Yet another supposedly “dangerous right-wing conspiracy theory” is essentially verified by the tacit admission that the FBI and confidential informants actively participated in the January 6th Capitol Hill debacle that has been used for a year as partisan political fodder.

And if we learned anything from the Gov. Whitmer FBI scandal, it can be reasonably assumed that the FBI and their confidential informants did more than simply participate in the Jan. 6th events. Perhaps they even orchestrated and incited the entire thing, as evidence shows happened in the Governor Whitmer kidnapping “plot.”

Ray Epps, anyone?

 

 

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