The new FBI Director Christopher Wray has a very long and tedious job ahead of him to try and bring integrity back to the FBI. I’m just so glad that President Trump fired Comey. But now Wray must fix the department. And he is on the right path.
In his address before police officials in Philadelphia on Sunday, FBI Director Christopher Wray said that his top priority is to usher in “a sense of calm and stability” to the bureau.
Wray said: “In a society sometimes fixated to a fault on results, I’m somebody who’s a big believer in the importance of integrity of process, and that’s part of how I am hoping to sort of steady the ship,”
The FBI is getting in tip-top shape since Trump got rid of Jim Comey and appointed Christopher Wray. Wray spoke to a group of police on Sunday, and said this: “…I’m somebody who’s a big believer in the importance of the integrity of the process, and that’s part of how I am hoping to sort of steady the ship.”
Wray went on: “Staying laser-focused on the mission and on the work itself — day in, day out, left foot, right foot, grinding away, following the rules, following the law, following the guidelines, trying to make sure that we’re doing the right thing but in the right way, treating everybody with respect.”
Well, Wray has been doing a great job. It’s time to walk the talk and expose the corrupt and corruption of the Democrats!! I certainly hope he can investigate the REAL RUSSIAN collusion… how did they manage to buy US uranium during the Obama years when Mueller was FBI director and Hillary was Secretary of State???
The only way the American people will see the FBI as legit again is if they purge every Obama appointee and come clean on their involvement in the Russian showers dossier. Stop the Meuller witch hunt on President Trump. Follow the real criminals. The Clintons, Obama and his administration that is where the Russian collusion was.
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