Daily Mail: FBI director Chris Wray tells senators the January 6th MAGA riot was a form of 'domestic terrorism' carried out by militia groups and 'racially motivated violent extremists' – and says warning out of Norfolk was transmitted THREE ways
* Wray is testifying for the first time since Jan. 6th riots * Last week, acting Capitol Police chief spoke about FBI intel warning provided the day before the attack * Justice Department has announced more than 250 arrests since the riot * He faces questions over bureau's efforts to go after right-wing extremists * The Senate hearing began with a video presentation including comments from Capitol Police officers who battled rioters * Wray cited 270 arrests since January 6th, with 270,000 digital media tips from Americans
FBI Director Chris Wray testified Tuesday for the first time since the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol, calling it an act of 'domestic terrorism' while saying an FBI warning hours before the event was disseminated more widely than had been known.
'There were clearly some individuals involved, which I would consider the most dangerous … who did have plans and intentions and some level of coordination,' Wray said.
'Certainly the capitol attack involved violence extremists,' Wray said, calling it 'a form of domestic terrorism.'
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