FBI Director Christopher Ray warned of Russian interference in U.S. general election during Congressional testimony. It sent Trump into a rage and prompted him to order his White House sycophants to prepare a shortlist to replace him after he testifies on Russia’s current attack on the United States November 3, Presidential Election.
FBI Director Christopher Wray was recommended to President Trump by former New Jersey Governor in 2017 because of his honesty and integrity. Because of his honesty, the FBI director, while testifying before Congress yesterday, revealed that Russia is again attacking our nation’s election process - to re-elect President Donald J. Trump.
As a result, Trump is preparing to fire Christopher Wray and has ordered his White House staff to prepare a list of names of candidates for the job. According to Newsmax White House Correspondent Emerald Robinson reporting, but has not been confirmed by other reporters. Wray would be the second FBI director Trump will have fired over efforts to cover up Russia overt interference in a U.S. election.
Director Wray told the House Homeland Security Committee Thursday...
“The intelligence community’s consensus is that Russia continues to try to influence our elections, primarily through what we would call malign foreign influence,”
Wray went on to say…
“We certainly have seen very active, very active efforts by the Russians to influence our election in 2020.”
“But Chris, you don’t see any activity from China, even though it is a FAR greater threat than Russia, Russia, Russia. They will both, plus others, be able to interfere in our 2020 Election with our totally vulnerable Unsolicited (Counterfeit?) Ballot Scam. Check it out!”
Wray is likely to have sent Trump into a rage when he also responded to a question about domestic terrorism, warning that white supremacists are the “biggest chunk” of racially motivated violent extremism and terrorism, and “have been responsible for the most lethal activity.”
Firing FBI Director Wray could have explosively destructive consequences for President Trump’s re-election effort. It could trigger a massive number of resignation on principle in the FBI and Justice Department and embolden former Trump Chief of Staff John Kelly and former Defense Secretary James Mattis and others to step in front of new cameras to denounce Trump and perhaps accuse him of being non-compos mentis, i.e., mentally unfit to serve as President.