FBI Agents Reportedly Losing Confidence In Director Christopher Wray Following the Departure of Agent Timothy Thibault.

by Sep 15, 2022President Trump0 comments

It’s been rough times for the FBI as of late. Along with facing criticism for their raid on former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago a few weeks back, top FBI agent Timothy Thibault resigned recently following reported bias in the handling of the investigation over Hunter Biden’s laptop.

As a result, there’s been a little bit of unrest in the agency, with a number of personnel calling for the resignation of FBI director Christopher Wray. Kurt Siuzdak, a lawyer that works alongside FBI whistleblowers, recently told Fox News, “I’m hearing from (FBI personnel) that they feel like the director has lost control of the bureau. They’re saying, ‘How does this guy survive? He’s leaving. He’s got to leave.”

Wray hasn’t made any comments on the matter, nor announced any plans for a departure. However, many feel that they’ve “lost confidence” in his leadership. “All Wray does is go in and say we need more training and we’re doing stuff about it, or we will not tolerate it.”

The FBI did release a statement, which basically reads, “With a clear eye on our mission, we remain confident in Director Wray, his leadership team, and our Agents.”

Here to discuss the matter further is Michael Letts, a man with over 30 years of law enforcement under his belt. In addition, he also serves as president, founder and CEO for InVest USA, an organization that provides bulletproof vests to police officers through various charitable groups and sponsorships. His expertise will certainly be welcome in this matter.


  1. Why do you believe so many agents are losing confidence in Wray? Do you feel he may not be doing his job properly?
  2. You’ve spoken against the FBI’s actions on Mar-a-Lago from a few weeks ago. Do you believe that could be part of the alleged bias being shown by the agency?
  3. Does the fact there needs to be a special lawyer for FBI whistleblowers paint a picture about how troubled the agency really is, you think? Or is it just a safeguard?
  4. What do you think about the FBI’s straightforward response and belief that Wray and his team are doing enough of a job to be “confident” in?
  5. If you were in charge of the FBI, what would you do to assure that the agency wasn’t biased? This would be where your law enforcement expertise could be put to good use.
  6. Tell us why you formed InVest USA, and what your organization does to help out fellow police officers.
  7. Where can others learn more about InVest USA, as well as how they can contribute to help fellow police officers?
  8. More information is available on the official website at http://www.investusa.org.