If you are asking whether the violence at
the Capitol on January 6 was part of some
operation orchestrated by FBI sources and,
or agents, the answer is emphatically.
>> Speaker 1: You're saying no?
>> Speaker 2: No.
>> Speaker 2: You're saying no, okay-
>> Not violence orchestrated by-
>> Let's move on.
>> FBI sources or agents.
>> Speaker 1: Are you familiar with, you
know what a ghost vehicle is, Director?
You're director to FBI,
you certainly should.
You know what a ghost bus is?
>> Speaker 2: A ghost bus?
>> Speaker 1: Ghost bus.
>> Speaker 2: I'm not sure
I've used that term before.
>> Speaker 1: Okay,
it's pretty common in law enforcement.
It's a vehicle that's used for
It's painted over.
These two buses in the middle here,
they were the first to arrive at
Union Station on January 6th, 05:00.
I have all this evidence.
I'm showing you a tip of this iceberg.
>> Mr. Chairman-
>> Speaker 1: These two
>> Speaker 1: Were painted
>> Speaker 2: Point of order.
>> Speaker 1: Those are very significant-
>> Speaker 3: [LAUGH] Rayy,
you know you love riding on the ghost bus.
Don't even pretend.
You know you were there at 05:00.
Gotta make it sound official cuz ghosts
don't show up before six o'clock.
05:00, all the ghostbusters showed up.
Here's the ridiculous idea of this.
If these were FBI operatives,
where are they in the videos?
Where are they on the videos in
the Capitol getting arrested for
doing the stuff that
the Proud Boys were doing?
We literally had this
This is absolutely ridiculous.
And the sad part about this was, Rayy,
this happened at
a Homeland Security Committee.
And it's not common language,
ghost buses, in police.
It's common language when you go down
the rabbit hole of far right extreme
>> Speaker 4: I mean,
who are you gonna call?
Ghost buses, apparently,
is what we're doing.
And it's funny because I was saying
this yesterday that so often,
these congressional hearings just
become an absolute crap show,
to put it in a way that's acceptable for
streaming on television.
It's conservatives asking
the head of the FBI how come
they didn't get more
than 50 likes on a tweet,
printing out a giant cardboard
display of their Twitter account.
Or pointing at buses that
are identical to all the other
buses that drove people to the Capitol
to participate in January 6.
Instead of trying to get to the bottom
of who was funding those projects,
Charlie Kirk was funding those projects,
we're just calling them ghost buses.
We're freestyling and inventing new
words in congressional hearings.
And you have this person essentially
sitting captive in front of you so
you can say whatever the hell you want.
It's astonishing, and our taxpayer
dollars funded that interaction [LAUGH].
>> Speaker 3: Listen, and the sad part
about it, that ain't even the end.
There were literally Republicans
from Georgia, Loudermilk,
who actually chairs the defense,
said he'd never heard of it.
He thought he was asking for
>> Speaker 3: It's just ridiculous.