When asked if America is safer under President Joe Biden’s leadership, FBI Director Christopher Wray fell silent.
“Is the United States safer from foreign terror threats today? Are we safer than when Joe Biden took office — from the day he took office?” Sen. Rick Scott, (R-FL), questioned Wray in a Senate Homeland Security Committee hearing.
After a nearly ten second pause, Wray responded. (Trending: Obama’s Ignorant Remarks On Israel)
Senator Rick Scott: “I asked FBI Director Wray a simple question.”
“Is the U.S. safer today than it was before Joe Bidentook office?”
“After nearly 10 seconds of silence, he finally admitted what we all know: ‘The terror threats have elevated'”… pic.twitter.com/OLREDrMRDF
— AnalyzingAmerica (@AnalyzAmerica) November 12, 2023
“What I would say to you is that the terror threats have elevated. But I also think there are a lot of things the country has done throughout law enforcement to be better prepared to deal with them,” he stated.
“I asked FBI Director Wray a simple question: is the U.S. safer today than it was before [Joe Biden] took office?”
“After nearly 10 seconds of silence, he finally admitted what we all know… ‘…the terror threats have elevated…’” Scott posted to X after the hearing ended.
“The reality is that the terrorism threat has been elevated throughout 2023, but the ongoing war in the Middle East has raised the threat of an attack against Americans in the United States to a whole other level,” Wray claimed.
Chris Wray pauses when asked if the U.S. is safer from foreign terrorist threats today than when Biden first took office, then admits that America has been at an “elevated” risk of a terror threat since Joe Biden’s inauguration. pic.twitter.com/Epb8X6ZtiX
— dan mutungi (@dannmuts) November 1, 2023
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