FBI “About bullying anyone who refuses to bend the knee to the narrative”

During this week’s broadcast of FNC’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA), who recently had his phone seized by the FBI, argued that the FBI and the Department of Justice were trying to intimidate those who wouldn’t “bend the knee” to the Democratic Party’s narrative.

“Last week, the day after the raid on the President’s home, FBI agents showed up while I was traveling with my family, my wife and two young children, my in-laws, my extended family, showed up and asked for my cell phone,” Perry said. They said they were going to image it, they weren’t going to look for it, and then they finally gave it back. But, Maria, I think this is to intimidate anyone who refuses to bend the knee to the narrative. And I don’t know exactly what your questions will be, but there was no accountability.

“James Comey, the FBI Director, used inappropriately classified information to obtain a second special counsel,” he continued. “No responsibility for that. The Intel committee chairman edited the president’s speech and put it on the record, created an impeachment trial. Again, no liability. You name it in everything, whether it’s John Eastman, whether it’s Scott Perry, whether it’s President Trump, and with the passage of a bill that will pay for the hiring of 87,000 IRS, tyranny is going to come right into everyone’s living room very, very soon.

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