A high-ranking Republican congressman recently sent the FBI a series of written questions, demanding answers for the bureau’s handling of “secret informants” who provide “bogus information” to federal officials, on the heels of an investigative report into the program’s “systemic deficiencies,” according to an exclusive piece from the Washington Examiner.
In that same report, Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, who’s expected to become the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee when the Republican-controlled Congress convenes in January, requested specific answers from FBI Director Christopher Wray on the informants program.
“The FBI’s processes and procedures have proven to be partisan-driven and untrustworthy in recent years,” Jordan told the Examiner. “This is the latest example of systematic corruption happening at the highest levels of the FBI, and the American people deserve full transparency.”
Read more at Newsmax© 2022 Newsmax. All rights reserved.