Attorney Johnathon Turley shares that dirty cop Chris Wray’s definition of Jan 6, labeling it ‘domestic terrorism’, is way out of line.
Johnathon Turley describes himself as the following:
Professor Jonathan Turley is a nationally recognized legal scholar who has written extensively in areas ranging from constitutional law to legal theory to tort law. He has written over three dozen academic articles that have appeared in a variety of leading law journals at Cornell, Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, Northwestern, University of Chicago, and other schools.
We’ve watched Turley through the years and he appears for the most part on target. He sure was this past week when he lambasted corrupt FBI Director Chris Wray.
Turley was in front of the Senate to discuss plans for an anti-white nationalist gang to be set up within the corrupt FBI. This unit will use its power to attack good, God, and America-loving patriots like those they targeted and set up on Jan 6.
In this hearing, the panel discussed Wray’s insane new department, allowing more criminal acts like the seditious Russia collusion lie and investigation. Per the Daily Caller, Turley shared:
Legal scholar Jonathan Turley criticized FBI Director Christopher Wray for calling the Jan. 6 riot “domestic terrorism” in a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday.
“I believe that Director Wray’s characterization of the riot as domestic terrorism is overbroad and unsustainable,” said Turley. Wray called the Jan. 6 protest at the U.S. Capitol, where some participants broke through police barriers and destroyed federal property, an act of “domestic terrorism,” in March 2021.
None of the protestors committed acts meeting the legal definition of terrorism, Turley claimed.
The corrupt FBI and Biden Administration are attacking good Americans and their livelihoods. To think that they don’t know what they are doing is unrealistic. This mess they are creating is planned and coordinated. Something evil is going on.
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