Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz had questions for the FBI this week, but the FBI’s leader didn’t seem too eager to answer.
It’s interesting that the most common response from the FBI during this week’s hearing was, “I can’t answer that.” It seems that after a year, the FBI would have at least some answers from the thousands of hours of video footage that it has not made public or leads on say, the alleged pipe bomb culprit near the Capitol.
Cruz asked, for example, “Did any FBI agents or confidential informants commit crimes of violence on January 6?” Another question from Cruz: “Did any FBI agents or FBI informants actively encourage and incite crimes of violence on January 6?” Again, a refusal to answer from the FBI.
The FBI would not even confirm or deny whether or not Ray Epps was working for or affiliated with the FBI. That doesn’t look good for an agency already mocked for its problems in other areas.
The bigger question could be why won’t the FBI answer direct questions during a hearing from a U.S senator? It’s unlikely that they’re unable to answer. It’s more likely that they do not want to deal with the consequences if they do.
Check it out for yourself and decide whether you think the FBI is trying to hide something in the latest video from DroneTek.