Did the FBI Fill ‘Ghost Busses’ with Agents Dressed as Trump Supporters?

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GOP Rep. Clay Higgins Grills FBI Director Wray Over Alleged “Ghost Busses” with FBI Informants on January 6

Washington, D.C. – In a dramatic exchange during a House Homeland Security Committee hearing, Republican Representative Clay Higgins of Louisiana confronted FBI Director Christopher Wray with questions about the FBI’s involvement in the events of January 6. Higgins alleged that the FBI had used “ghost busses” filled with informants disguised as Trump supporters to incite the attack on the Capitol.

Higgins, known for his outspoken style, began his line of questioning by asking Director Wray if he was familiar with the term “ghost vehicle” or “ghost bus.” Wray, appearing somewhat perplexed, admitted that he was not familiar with the term.

“A ghost bus?” Wray replied. “I’m not sure I’ve used that term before.”

Higgins proceeded to explain that a “ghost bus” was a common term referring to an unmarked vehicle used for secret purposes. He then pointed to a photo, claiming that two buses arriving at Union Station on January 6 were filled with FBI informants.

“These two buses in the middle here, they were the first to arrive at Union Station on Jan. 6,” Higgins said. “I have all this evidence. I’m showing you a tip of the iceberg.”

As Higgins continued his questioning, a Democrat on the committee interjected, noting that Higgins had exceeded his allotted time. However, Higgins objected, insisting that the hearing was significant, and he needed more time to address the issue.

“This is a very significant hearing, Mr. Chairman,” Higgins said. “These buses are nefarious in nature and were filled with FBI informants dressed as Trump supporters and deployed onto our Capitol on Jan. 6.”

FBI Director Wray vehemently denied any involvement of FBI agents in orchestrating the events of January 6, stating, “If you are asking whether the violence at the Capitol on Jan. 6 was part of some operation orchestrated by FBI sources and/or agents, the answer is emphatically no.”

The exchange between Higgins and Wray added another layer of controversy to the ongoing investigations into the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. It remains to be seen if further evidence will support Higgins’ claims or if the allegations will be debunked in subsequent investigations and hearings. The contentious hearing ended with Higgins warning Director Wray, “Your day is coming.”

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One Reply to “Did the FBI Fill ‘Ghost Busses’ with Agents Dressed as Trump Supporters?”

  1. With this crooked FBI and dem agencies i would not be surprised that they did Sounds just like a dem idea ALWAYS blame someone else for what you are doing And there is eveidence that they did They can cover it up easy enough They are the Mifa . The dems have there blm and anifa thugs as there back up army

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