Republican members of Congress are worried that the FBI is taking too long to find the pipe-bomb suspect. They want to know what's going on with the pipe-bomb probe from January 6. Even though an FBI whistleblower, Kyle Seraphin, said the bombs didn't work, the left-leaning media has often pointed to this event as proof that Trump followers were involved in domestic terrorism.
BREAKING: GOP Reps. are DEMANDING an update on the identity of the J6 pipe bomber in a new letter to the FBI, revealing that the Bureau has the suspects license plate number.
Why is the FBI protecting the bomber’s identity? https://t.co/rTudEIJ05N
— Proud Elephant 🇺🇸🦅 (@ProudElephantUS) May 25, 2023
The lack of haste in finding the pipe-bomb suspect is worrying because the Biden administration is still going after conservative protesters who used their right to free speech and marched on January 6.
#NEWS: @Jim_Jordan, @RepAndyBiggsAZ, and @congbillposey Press FBI for Information on January 6 Pipe Bomb Investigation.
One former FBI assistant director observed, “[i]t just doesn’t add up . . . [t]here’s just too much to work with to not know who this guy is.” pic.twitter.com/ZVpwEkhS0r
— House Judiciary GOP (@JudiciaryGOP) May 24, 2023
On Wednesday night, several Republicans asked FBI Director Christopher Wray to meet with them and give them a report on the FBI's investigation into what happened. The committee asked for the briefing after a top FBI worker raised concerns about the "unusual nature" of the FBI's probe. The person who leaked the information said that more than a year after the bombs were set off, the FBI's Washington Field Office asked field office officials to ask all secret human sources across the country for information about the crime and the suspect.
Since the suspect's "motives and ideology are still unknown," the FBI asked that the canvas include "sources reporting on all types of threats." "There's just too much to work with to not know who this guy is," said a former assistant FBI director.
Jim Jordan (R-OH), Andy Biggs (R-AZ), and Bill Posey (R-FL) said, "The slow progress of the FBI's investigation into the January 6 pipe bombs raises major concerns about how the FBI is putting that case in relation to other January 6 investigations."
It's time for the FBI to put the pipe-bomb suspect at the top of their list and stop going after peaceful conservatives who are practicing their right to free speech. The people of the United States need to know what really happened on January 6 and who is to blame.