Wray and FIB say sorry
Well sorry isn't good enough. You broke the laws. And now you want to say sorry and add new laws. Well we don't need you to pick up the pieces. You proved you are a liar. And now you want to say sorry and move on. You want to add new laws and rules. Well guess what, rules mean nothing to you. You have proven that. So adding new laws and rules won't help if you stay because you didn't follow the laws and rules already in place. You need to face punishment or rules and laws mean NOTHING!!!!!!!
FBI Director Chris Wray apologized to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Court for how the agency handled the surveillance of Trump campaign adviser Carter Page during the 2016 election, newly-released court filings reveal.
"The FBI has the utmost respect for this Court, and deeply regrets the errors and omissions identified by the [Office of the Inspector General]. The OIG Report and the affiliated Rule 13(a) letters describe conduct that is unacceptable and unrepresentative of the FBI as an institution," Wray wrote in the court filing. "FISA is an indispensable tool in national security investigations, and in recognition of our duty of candor to the Court and our responsibilities to the American people, the FBI is committed to working with the Court and DOJ to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the FISA process."
Wray has ordered more than 40 correctives actions, 12 of which are specific to the FISA surveillance application process: