The New York Times reports:
Members of House Oversight and Reform Committee questioned Christopher A. Wray, the F.B.I. director; General Charles Flynn, who commands the U.S. Army Pacific; and Lieutenant General Walter Piatt, director of the Army staff.
Mr. Wray came under tough questioning from Ms. Maloney, who argued federal law enforcement agencies overlooked specific intelligence about threats against the Capitol. “The threats, I would say, were everywhere,” Ms. Maloney said. “The system was blinking red.”
She said the social media site Parler, in particular, referred threats of violence to the F.B.I. more than 50 times ahead of the attack. “I do not recall hearing about this particular email,” Mr. Wray replied. “I’m not aware of Parler ever trying to contact my office.”
Read the full article. Gen. Charles Flynn, NOT incidentally, is Michael Flynn’s brother.
House Oversight Chair Carolyn Maloney says the committee “has requested transcribed interviews with former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, who directly pressured DOJ officials at least 5 times to investigate false claims of election fraud.”
— Jan Wolfe (@JanNWolfe) June 15, 2021