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2019-08-05 23:51:46.658227+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

Everybody's throwin' shade: FBI faces skepticism over its efforts against domestic terrorism

“I believe Christopher A. Wray is an honorable man, but I think in many ways the FBI is hamstrung in trying to investigate the white supremacist movement like the old FBI would,” [former FBI supervisor Dave] Gomez said. “There’s some reluctance among agents to bring forth an investigation that targets what the president perceives as his base. It’s a no-win situation for the FBI agent or supervisor.”

RT @TheHill (with video):

Mayor of Dayton Nan Whaley: "I've heard that [President Trump's] coming Wednesday but I have not gotten a call. And you know he might be going to Toledo, I don't know."

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