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FBI Director Wray hits back at threats following unprecedented house raid against Trump: 'Deplorable and Dangerous'

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FBI Director Christopher Wray said on Wednesday that Donald Trump and other law enforcement officers were killed after an unprecedented search of former President Trump's (8) Mar-a-Lago mansion. Social has refuted his media threats against officials.

On Monday, the FBI conducted a "house raid" on Trump's home in Florida, with social media posts criticizing the incident by the end of the night, saying the agency was inherently politicized. criticized. Some messages called for violence against Ray, mass uprisings, and even civil war.

"I am always concerned about threats to law enforcement," Ray said Wednesday, denouncing the post. "Violence against law enforcementis not the answer, no matter who you're angry with."

He called the threat "deplorable and dangerous." called.

Trump FBI raid: Agents seize MAR-A-LAGO documents in unprecedented move

FBI agents in Florida on Monday Questions about why hours were spent searching Trump's resort in Palm Beach, state.

Since Monday, Twitter, Gab and TRUTH Social have seen dozens of messages calling for violence across the country.

Authorities monitoring these posts noted a significant increase in death threats against Attorney General Merrick Garland, Wray, and his FBI agents. Found out, a source told Fox News.

Both Garland and Ray move with armed guards.

A post about Gab said, "One phone call away. Millions armed to take back this country. In less than two weeks." rice field.

Another said, ``Let's get started. That was a long time ago.”

FBI Agents Garland and Ray recognize increased death threats after Trump's Marlago raid.

Trump and several Republican leadershave asked the FBI and the Justice Department why the investigation was conducted and what property was seized.

"My beautiful home in Palm Beach, Florida, Mar-a-Lago, has been raided and occupied by a large group of FBI agents, so these It's a dark time for us," Trump said on Tuesday. Email sent by Trump's Save America Political Action Committee. 

"This country deserves a thorough and immediate account of what happened Monday." Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell R-Ky said on Tuesday. “Attorney General Garland and the Department of Justice should have already provided the American people with answers, and they must do so now.”


Republican Senator Rand Paul accused Garland of misusing his position. He said the "raid" could lead to Garland's impeachment if the investigation finds.

"Without a doubt, I think the order authorizing the raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago should be revealed. We'll have to wait until November for a full investigation." "Fox&Friends." "And I don't like to abuse impeachment, but I think an investigation is needed. And that's justified." If so, it would be necessary to investigate whether the Attorney General misused his office for political purposes.Were they targeting political opponents?

  • Merrick Garland speaks to press

    U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland speaking at a press conference in Washington, D.C., June 13, 2022.  (Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

  • Attorney General Merrick Garland

    Attorney General Merrick Garland speaking at the Department of Justice on January 5, 2022 (Carolyn Kaster-Pool/Getty Images)

  • Merrick Garland at a House hearing

    U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland speaks at a hearing before the House Judiciary Committee in Washington, D.C., 21 October 2021. (Greg Nash /The Hill/Bloomberg via Getty Images )


You're going to use the FBI to attack your political opponents. Now, this is something that really needs investigation. I wouldn't be surprised if the investigation could lead to abuses of power and even the impeachment of lawyers.

The raid was part of an investigation into whether Trump brought classified documents to Marlago, according to people familiar with the matter. 

David Spunt of Fox News and Associated Press contributed to this report.