On his show “Special Report”, Fox News host Bret Baier put FBI director Christopher Wray under tremendous pressure in an attempt to uncover the truth behind the corruption associated with the FBI’s decision to raid Donald Trump and his family.
Through their heated discussion, it became clear that accountability is needed within the FBI when it comes to their seemingly biased investigative tactics.
Conservative brief reports. Fox News host Bret Baier confronted FBI Director Christopher Wray on his show “Special Report” regarding the FBI raid on former President Donald Trump’s home and handling of Hunter Biden’s laptop. In response to the host’s question, Wray defended the agency’s reputation as being at an all-time low.
Out of the gate Baier held Wray’s feet to the fire over the FBI targeting conservatives.
Brett Baier was recently under fire for going after Buttigieg’s husband used government transportation to attend the invictus games in europe.
Insider writes, Fox News host Bret Baier was criticized for applying a double standard to his marriage by Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.
The calendar obtained by Americans for Public Trust (APT) and shared with Fox News Digital shows Buttigieg traveled via MilAir Flight from Joint Base Andrews to Rotterdam, Netherlands, on April 15 and returned two days later. According to photos from the event and media reports, the transportation secretary traveled to the Netherlands with his husband.
Days before the Invictus Games, President Biden announced that Buttigieg would lead a presidential delegation to the event. Prince Harry founded the event in 2014 as a multi-sport competition for wounded, injured, or sick soldiers and veterans. Buttigieg joined the U.S. Navy Reserve in 2009 and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2014.
There was an incredible amount of speculation over whether or not Buttigieg broke rules by bringing his husband with him for the event.
When Brett Baier confronted Buttigieg over the issue, Buttigieg fired right back.
On the ‘Special Report’ hosted by Bret Baier, FBI Director Christopher Wray attempted to defend his agency’s reputation as corruption and a coverup lingered in the air. Referencing the raid on former President Donald Trump’s home, Baier was adamant on holding the agency accountable for mistakes made regarding Hunter Biden’s laptop. When Wray spoke of his low confidence in the agency, Baier was incredulous and asserted that the situation wasn’t fair to someone like Trump who had remained innocent. Pressure had mounted for years due to Biden’s failed attempt at covering up corruption and now it felt like someone would be held responsible – even if it wasn’t Biden himself.
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