BREAKING: FBI director claims he's 'not sure' if there were undercover agents on Jan 6

Wray gave testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.

 Director of the FBI Chris Wray said he is "not sure" if there were any undercover agents at the US Capitol on January 6, 2020, when questioned about the matter by Congress on Wednesday. Wray sat before the House Judiciary Committee.

Under questioning from Republican Rep. Andy Biggs, Wray said, "I'm not sure there were undercover agents on scene" on the day of the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021.

Biggs began with a report in which former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund told Tucker Carlson that the crowd on January 6 "was filled with federal agents." 

Tucker was in an interview with Russell Brand on the "Stay Free" podcast when he revealed the prior talk with Sund. 

He allegedly conducted the interview with Sund, but the interview never aired on Fox News. It took place around the same time as Tucker's firing from the media network. 

Tucker told Brand, “I never thought there was a false flag or anything like that, I'm not a conspiracist by temperament. I never thought that," recounting his first thoughts about January 6. 

"[Sund] would know of course, because he was in charge of security at the site,” Tucker added when he talked to Brand. 

Biggs asked Wray about why he did not know if there had been undercover agents on scene, Wray replied, "I say that because I want to be very careful. There have been a number of court filings on these topics."

When Biggs pushed him further on the topic, Wray said he was referring "very specifically to undercover agents."
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