FBI director says domestic terrorism cases have soared to 2,000 in recent months
Watch how they start clamping down very soon and ask for a mandate from the people.
( Double speak below)
In federal law enforcement circles, some have argued that the events of Jan. 6 represent a drastic failure of security and intelligence-gathering, while others have maintained that "***it was not an intelligence failure as much as failure to act on the intelligence they had.****
Sen. Richard Durbin, D-Ill., the Judiciary Committee chairman, pressed Wray on how the bureau shared a situational information report, prepared by the FBI's Norfolk, Va., field office a day before the riot, which warned of specific appeals for violence - including a call for "war" at the Capitol. The District of Columbia police chief and the former Capitol Police chief acknowledged last week that their agencies had received the warning, but they suggested the FBI should have more aggressively sounded the alarm.
"I would certainly think that something as violent as an insurrection at the Capitol would warrant a phone call or something," District Police Chief Robert Contee III told lawmakers.