Chris Wray's explanation of why the FBI's Jan. 6 probe differs from the bureau's response to last summer's riots is worth a watch. His main (somewhat obvious) points: 1) An attack on the U.S. Capitol triggers more federal laws. 2) The Jan. 6 crowd gave the FBI a lot of layups.
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