Crooked Cops Remain at FBI: ‘Smoking Gun’ Emails on Gen Flynn Frame Up Hidden by FBI Director Wray

Following the bums rush given to the top FBI administrators by President Donald Trump, many patriotic Americans hoped that the housecleaning would rid the nation’s primary investigative agency of its crooked and allegedly treasonous activities. And the appointment by the POTUS of a new upper-echelon crew, including Director Christopher Wray.

However, it appears to many honest and sincere law enforcement officers that Wray is more of the same in the tradition of the proven liar and leaker James Comey.

The release of a new batch of FBI hidden documents to the Attorney General and to a prolific and successful non-profit watchdog – Judicial Watch–  appear to prove that Wray is not a man of integrity and not a man capable of standing up to the Democrats, the news media or the leftist herd of anti-Trump and anti-American mobs.

“Even Wray’s speeches sound as if they were written by a university freshman at Harvard or Yale,” said Det. Sgt. Walter Felicos, of the university police.

The documents, which are believed by legal experts to be exculpatory evidence proving that Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump’s National Security Advisor, was railroaded into “copping a plea” even though they knew he was innocent. They even threatened his son in order to get Flynn to go along with a plea deal.

Meanwhile, those “patriots” in the news media cheered the news that Flynn had to resign his post and would be sentenced to prison on charges he did what the Democrats and news media do every day: Lie, deceive and politicize.

According to journalist Ruth King, who created the Internet news site Ruthfully Yours: 

“FBI general counsel Dana Boente led the charge internally against DOJ’s disclosure of the new materials. Boente, who briefly served as acting Attorney General after Trump became president, personally signed off on one of the federal spy warrants against former Trump campaign affiliate Carter Page. The new documents, which were filed under a protective order by DOJ on Friday, will reflect poorly on the FBI, the official told The Federalist. It is not clear when, or even if, those documents will be unsealed and made available to the public for review.”