James Comey Drafted Conclusion in Clinton Probe Prior to FBI Interviewing Key Witnesses…

In a letter from Senator Chuck Grassley to new FBI Director Christopher Wray (full pdf below) the senator outlines some disturbing information discovered in documents reviewed by the judicial committee.

Chief among the issues was a discovery that fired FBI Director James Comey had already drafted a preliminary conclusion that Hillary Clinton was not going to be held responsible; the FBI Director’s position was created in April and May 2016 before sixteen key investigative witnesses, including Mrs. Clinton herself, were even interviewed.

The revelations within the documents provides even more evidence that FBI Director James Comey was running a political investigation and using the FBI to cover-up for the Clinton email crimes.

WASHINGTON DC – […] The Judiciary Committee reviewed transcripts, which were heavily redacted, indicating Comey began drafting the exoneration statement in April or May 2016, before the FBI interviewed up to 17 key witnesses, including Clinton and some of her close aides.

Comey’s work on the statement also came before the Justice Department entered into immunity agreements with Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff while she was Secretary of State, and Heather Samuelson, who served as the State Department’s White House liaison.

Comey announced in July 2016 the FBI wouldn’t recommend criminal charges against Clinton.

Democrats in Congress alleged last fall that Comey’s actions in the FBI’s investigation into Clinton’s email use violated the Hatch Act, which caused the Office of Special Counsel to launch an investigation. (Read More)

Here’s the letter from Senator Grassley and the Senate Judiciary Committee:

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463 Responses to James Comey Drafted Conclusion in Clinton Probe Prior to FBI Interviewing Key Witnesses…

  1. Bubba says:

    Is this info about Comey supposed to be news? Like we didn’t already know that “the fixer” would take care of the Hillary investigation / matter?

    He was the appointed as FBI Dir to fix and cover up for TPTB. And, to prosecute their political enemies for far less crimes. And, to intimidate those that don’t cooperate by give donations, etc. (Martha Stewart). He followed in Muller’s foot steps. Mueller trained him while covering for Bush crimes.

    It’s called tyranny. Welcome to the Bush/Clinton/Obama America. If you don’t like your swamp, you can keep your swamp.

    Liked by 22 people

    • Howie says:

      This is why the coup attempt.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Bubba says:

        That’s why Mueller was installed as the SC. Not to prosecute Trump, to contain him. Mueller is the trusted “law man” by TPTB and he knows where all of the bodies have been buried since the 1990’s. He doesn’t need to interview his clients to find out what happened so he can create a defense strategy. He already knows everything. And, he knows how they covered it up. And, he knows how to shield the evidence of their crimes & their cover ups. That’s very important. He was picked for SC for that reason. Saves a lot of time & consternation for TPTB.

        There won’t be a coup. There won’t be prison sentences for the big dogs. There was a deal made, a stalemate. All theater.,,

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        • scott467 says:

          If any of that is true, then Mueller should be in prison for the rest of his life.

          Liked by 3 people

          • jogreggre says:

            This involves our most essential federal agencies and departments and these people, who are in charge, are imo criminals. This is so serious, and instead of facing the consequences for their actions, we have Robert Mueller, being paid with our tax dollars, persecuting our legally elected President. Mueller is now acting in concert with NY AG Eric Schneiderman of Exxon persecution fame. Don’t tell me Mueller is a Republican. He is an establishment uni-party member, working to keep the establishment in power.

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          • Judith says:

            Justice is a tough nut to crack. Nowadays law firms are cottage industries. Both sides benefit from settlements rather than delivering justice. Attorneys don’t lose, they find common ground, so win-win. Getting to the heart of the matter. or assigning guilt, is secondary to getting paid. Nobody wants to come away empty-handed so they agree to split the difference. Justice went out with Perry Mason and Colombo. Now it’s a slap on the wrist, at worst. And many crimes are categorized as civil, rather than criminal, to mitigate penalties.

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            • scott467 says:

              “Justice went out with Perry Mason and Colombo. Now it’s a slap on the wrist, at worst. And many crimes are categorized as civil, rather than criminal, to mitigate penalties.”

              _________________

              Then they won’t mind if I bring my Guillotine, process the whole lot of them, and call it a ‘civil penalty’.

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              • Please says:

                I often feel very harsh penalties are due for corruption crimes committed by politicians…the elected or unelected officials who have been give the faith and trust of the public.

                These people who ‘sell out’ the public and cause billions of dollars and undue harm to millions of people, then profit from these dealings should be proportionally punished…I would vote for a death penalty for any crime that injures 100 or more people.

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          • Wendell Harris says:

            Exactly where is Sessions in all this? Did he recuse himself again in fear of Al Franken’s dreaded questions? Where is Trump working with these people. Fire all of them.

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    • Covfefe-USA says:

      Comey was first and foremost the cover man.

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    • Juliet Rogers says:

      What is the TPTB? i am trying to keep up!

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    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Bubba, THIS IS YUGE News! First of all, everyone can see this a big part of the Swamp, and why the Clinton’s have continued their crime spree for 30+ years. (People like me, who’ve done years of research specific to the Clintons, already knew this would be the case. Comey has been a “Clintonista” for 30 years. The 4 times we have come very close to nabbing the Clintons (laundering $$, international crimes, etc) Comey has been somewhere in the background!)

      Now, the problem is getting Congress and/or FBI (still dirty, Wray was under Comey, still more problems to come, unless he lied to DIFi in his confirmation {snicker} when he said he would report to the Judiciary committee anything out of the ordinary doing his new job to be……)

      Anyway, but in order to prosecute……whether DOJ, Grand Jury, whatever, you must have the actual witness statements, and or formal copies, from many files, that have been deliberately hidden/classified/shredded, etc.

      We all know this info. But not only is this confirmation for US…..this would stand up in Court/Grand Jury/RICO, etc.

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  2. Delilah says:

    Notice that Grassley was sitting on this issue for two months. My bet for that delay is that he was waiting for Wray to get confirmed and settled in before taking on this issue.

    Liked by 22 people

  3. MaineCoon says:

    “Comey’s work on the statement also came before the Justice Department entered into immunity agreements with Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff while she was Secretary of State, and Heather Samuelson, who served as the State Department’s White House liaison.”

    If Comey didn’t do an investigation, a good lawyer (like Wray!!) could make a legal case that the immunity agreements are null and void? Surely, someone can come up with some legal argument!

    Come on Wray. Show us what you’re made of.

    Liked by 16 people

    • mimbler says:

      Not to be a debby downer, but mccabe is still his second in command. Even if mccabe was not a crook, it would have been a natural thing for a new boss to name someone he is close to as his second in command.

      The longer he doesn’t replace mccabe, the more political it will look. I suspect he is putting it off until “he won’t be able to”.

      I’ll be quite happy if events prove me wrong, this is just how it appears to me today,

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      • Howie says:

        McCabe is Homey Comeys Assistant Hack.

        Liked by 1 person

      • MaineCoon says:

        It is touchy. Most bosses learn from the deputy instead of releasing them at the start. You are very right though the longer he stays it gets harder to replace him.

        Wray is an extremely tough cookie. If he decides to replace him, he will, but McCabe is under 3 investigations (sorry I don’t have the link). Just read that recently. Might need to keep him until that is “resolved” and it could be a way for Wray to ‘retire’ him.

        Wray is a hard nosed, high-powered lawyer. If he doesn’t want McCabe, he will get rid of him. At his level, it’s business, not personal.

        We’ll see.

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        • mimbler says:

          respectfully, the way you are describing wray is how mueller was described. And he might well be pure as the driven snow; I certainly don’t know.

          But when you say “if he doesn’t want McCabe”? If he does want McCabe then Wray is a black hat.
          And I don’t buy that you need to keep someone who is under investigation. He’s been under investigation since Jan, and if that keeps him in place it will never end.

          I’ve noticed how all these investigations are being interpreted in ways that hobble the white hats. It certainly never hobbled the obama administration, and there is no law that says it should hobble PDJT, it is just being interpreted that way by MSM and “officials”

          Anyway, none of the above was directed at you, just relaying my take on it.

          As you say, “we’ll see”

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          • MaineCoon says:

            I agree with much of what you are saying, particularly the 3rd paragraph. I am probably hoping against hope, but many, many, many moons ago I worked in the same firm/ practice group as wray so I know what he’s made of, how someone of his caliber operates, etc. If he ends up being a black hat, I will honestly give up all hope for the FBI and much of Main Justice. The field offices of both are probably more upstanding, I would hope. He’s up to kicking arse and taking names. He has the opportunity to restore the citizens’ confidence in the FBI. That’s the greatest legacy he could have. I’m going to hang on to my little thread of hope a while longer since Wray just arrived. I also know that our President can do wonders also behind the scene that we never hear about.

            We’ll see.

            Have a nice Labor Day holiday.

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            • mimbler says:

              Thanks for your personal insight; that is always helpful, and lets me go into the holiday with a little ray of hope as well! Hope you have a great one as well!

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        • LBB says:

          McCabe investigations. I was reading recent article too. From Sara Carter @ Circa after reading her “thread”.

          https://www.circa.com/story/2017/08/30/politics/former-fbi-agent-battling-deputy-director-mccabe-said-there-is-a-cancer-inside-the-fbi

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        • WSB says:

          This is the problem in the first paragraph of Grassley’s letter. Special Counsel investigations STOP if someone leaves government service. It is INFURIATING!!!!!

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      • Kintbury says:

        McCabe should have been let go because he did not have the integrity to recuse himself from the Clinton investigation despite his wife receiving over $700,000 from her and Terry McCaullif.

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  4. IMO says:

    Published on Aug 31, 2017
    Col. Shaeffer lays out why Trump’s plan for Afghanistan could potentially play in favor of his campaign promises, however the threat of Deep State sabotage still remains

    Col. Schaeffer will have some info next Friday re: deep state enemies working with terrorist and how they were doing it.

    No brainer that Howdy Doody James Comey is a deep state puppet.

    Liked by 5 people

  5. Running Fast says:

    At what point do we start vigilante justice on these crooks? Hillary has announced her book sale speaking gigs. Should we show up and place her under citizens arrest?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      Books are how they get some of the pay for the play. Comey gets 10 million for his.

      Liked by 2 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      Showing up and protesting, shouting Lock her Up! or Benghazi. Absolutely.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Travis McGee says:

        Use Antifa tactics. Call her a fascist. Of course she under SS security.

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        • Janie M. says:

          Travis, since ozero signed a bill (think it was in 2013) re-instituting full life-time SS protection for prior presidents and their spouses (used to be limited to 10 yrs after leaving office), could you imagine how those SS agents feel having to protect hellery? Numerous articles in the past have discussed her arrogance/disrespect/open hostility towards those agents. What a depressing gig and MILLIONS wasted in taxpayer funds.

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  6. JAS says:

    Well it’s official now. DC is THE white collar crime center of the world.

    Liked by 8 people

  7. Minnie says:

    This is exposed on Tucker Carlson tonight, watching on tape delay but it’s there.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Honest Abbey says:

    This explains why that crooked little b!tch was able to go on national television night after night and defiantly declare that she would never be prosecuted. I kept thinking that she had to know something that nobody else knew because she was just too damn sure of herself.

    LOCK HER UP!!

    Liked by 14 people

  9. All Too Much says:

    The immunity agreements won’t fail on account of the FBI’s maliciousness.
    What’s missing is evidence the folks protect by the agree breached the agreement.
    If that’s discovered, all bets are off.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. EbonyRapror says:

    I had high expectations that Jeff Sessions would be an outstanding AG and take a big step toward re-establishing public trust in the DOJ. From that perspective, Sessions has been the biggest disappointment in the presidents administration, by far.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Absolutely. He is either scared, or Deepest of Deep State operatives.

      Either way, he is not suited to the job.

      I know his defenders will post a list of his achievements so far, but to be honest, he was elected to go after the corruption in Washington. He has done nothing so far. It is hard to move on with the MAGA agenda, while these people remain unprosecuted.

      Like someone who has been raped. Sure, good advice would be to move on with your life, to rebuild, and to learn from past mistakes made. But unless the victim gets a prosecution, it is difficult to move forward.

      Liked by 2 people

  11. Patriot1783 says:

    Hmmmmm, another death under mysterious circumstances linked to Hillary Clinton??
    This guy worked within the state department. Seriously what are the odds of one person (Clinton) being attached to so many deaths and coincidence not be thrown out the window??
    Open the investigation already, serial mass murders, conspiracy, and rico.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/08/federal-security-agent-found-dead-body-pulled-potomac-media-silent/

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Howie says:

    I see no reason at all that Sessions can not appoint special counsel to investigate this. NONE. There is none. Bet the ranch on that. This shows his true colors IMO.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      Intentionally doing something that is illegal. This term is often used when a professional or public official commits an illegal act that interferes with the performance of his or her duties. For example, an elected official who accepts a bribe in exchange for political favors has committed malfeasance.

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      • Niagara Frontier says:

        How can you say that about Comey? You know you’re talking about Mueller’s key witness in the obstruction case against President Trump. Show some respect. /sarc

        Liked by 1 person

    • Rodney C. Johnson says:

      As we have seen, Special Counsels or prosecutors are a circus. You know, how we all react to Mueller? IT would be a lead balloon if it came to Comey as well. Whereas a real court case, meant to be conducted in open court is a different kettle of fish.

      Think, delayed gratification is part of the art of the political.

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    • WSB says:

      Would he announce it?

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  13. wjb105 says:

    In my opinion it would be bad to go after Comey and Clinton and all other bad stuff before PDJT has got his tax reform, border wall and nominations done. As soon as all the important stuff is through it’s time to clean up. He needs the Uniparty. The cleanup better be just before the primaries next year.

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  14. MaineCoon says:

    Several posters says the head of the FBI should be fired because of this.

    FBI Director Wray was installed last month. Just got there. He had nothing to do with what Comey did.

    “In a letter from Senator Chuck Grassley to new FBI Director Christopher Wray the senator outlines some disturbing information discovered in documents reviewed by the judicial committee.”

    The letter was dated yesterday, 8/30/2017.

    And people think Wray should be fired? Really? Why? He had nothing to do with Comey’s actions and was just advised of them within the last 24 hours.

    Am I missing something here?

    Liked by 3 people

    • WSB says:

      Nonsense.

      President Trump and his little band of patriots are attempting to slay a dragon that is about 100 years old, if you count President Wilson.

      No matter who is in which position, the ches board needs time to make critical moves.

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    • They are frustrated, and rightly so. They hate to see the top law enforcement man be nothing more than the fixer for a huge political mafia organization. They want to heads to roll.

      Liked by 1 person

  15. freddy says:

    Meanwhile Mueller is marching hard and fast on Trump with amunity for Comey….. his NY nemesis AG to help the attack…. and now empowering the IRS unit. He’s moving fast on a financial crime. I have heard Assange has the dirt on who hacked and caused the Russian ruse with Rohrbacker so they need to hurry up…Mueller is full steam ahead cause he knows it’s right now or never before more corruption is uncovered on the FBI CIA and NSA during Obamas time.

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    • mimbler says:

      Isn’t it interesting how fast and far an investigation can go when it is against PDJT who is innocent? Remember mueller has only had his team together for a month or two.

      Liked by 6 people

  16. Janie M. says:

    Good, short, Larry Klayman (Judicial Watch) video discussing Comey and Mueller’s investigation.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      He gets it. We have no AG.

      Liked by 3 people

      • Janie M. says:

        Howie, I have watched a few of his videos and have thought – wow, wish he was the AG.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Summer says:

        No, we don’t. DoJ is being run by the Democrat operatives (Rosenstein and Co.) hellbent on destroying Trump Presidency, together with eagerly cooperating UniParty “leadership.” He mentioned that Sessions himself is being investigated by Mueller. Did I hear that right? Hard to believe things deteriorated that badly. I would imagine Sessions would be subpoenaed as a witness but under investigation himself? What for?
        What a mess.
        That’s what you get by appointing the wrong person as AG.

        Anyway, these guys are all doom and gloom, too much even for me. I still hope Trump’s agenda will be implemented, especially the Wall and the tax reform. This so-called obstruction probe will go nowhere. What REALLY bothers me is the Democrats successfully installed a permanent oppo research team that will be harassing this administration and leaking all sorts of info with impunity for years to come.

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  17. StormyeyesC says:

    so why isn’t Comey indicted yet

    /

    Liked by 1 person

  18. woohoowee says:

    Nuke ’em all. Next problem!

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  19. Searkreb says:

    This seems like a pretty big deal. Maybe it’s just me. However I’m not holding my breath

    Liked by 1 person

  20. Niagara Frontier says:

    These people hand out immunity to each other like it was candy. It wouldn’t surprise me if Mueller hasn’t already worked out his own immunity deal in advance just in case he needs it down the road.

    Liked by 5 people

  21. Ghostrider says:

    How can it be that the DOJ and the FBI act independent and completely autonomous? Is there no vertical chain of command? Is Trump powerless to do anything at all to have these people arrested/ Come on, man…

    Liked by 1 person

    • Sylvia Avery says:

      There is a vertical chain of command. Trump to Sessions. Sessions is recused, thus it is Trump to Rosenstein.

      From where I sit, it appears as though Rosenstein’s appointment of Mueller as Special Counsel to endlessly investigate the President means the President’s hands are tied by the perception of the public and the threats of the House to impeach him. If he moves to give direction to Rosenstein all we will hear is OBSTRUCTION!!!!

      That is all I can figure out/speculate. Maybe others have more to add????

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      • B Woodward says:

        It looks like the President is forced to give Mueller enough rope to hang himself. Would be nice if Congress would help the President in this regard. AG Sessions could take some actions to limit Mueller’s investigation.

        Rod Rosenstein violated DoJ Regulations when he appointed a Special Counsel. Then Special Counsel Mueller overstepped his jurisdiction.

        Mueller is investigating matters that Sessions has not recused from. Rosenstein can only act as AG for matters that AG Sessions has recused from. AG Sessions has only formally recused from matters relating to the Trump campaign.

        AG Sessions needs to issue an edict that Mueller must cease his investigations of the President that are outside the bounds.

        http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3571343/posts

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  22. ladyliberty11 says:

    The Deep State is evil and it is real. And they want to impeach our President . . . . or worse. Trust me, I know. Please pray for him. He is chosen by God, who will hear our prayers to save this nation.

    Psalm 121 King James Version (KJV)
    I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help.
    My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth.
    He will not suffer thy foot to be moved: he that keepeth thee will not slumber.
    Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep.
    The Lord is thy keeper: the Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand.
    The sun shall not smite thee by day, nor the moon by night.
    The Lord shall preserve thee from all evil: he shall preserve thy soul.
    The Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in from this time forth, and even for evermore.

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  23. rvsueandcrew says:

    Here we go again.

    Treepers jump at the chance to tear down AG Sessions and then the trolls come out from under their rocks. That’s the thanks you get, Sundance, for what you provide here. Sheesh.

    As Delilah wisely pointed out up thread:

    “All of the district judges in area are Obama appointees . . . .And you guys want to rush into court for them to rule on the issue …..”

    Gosh, it’s not that hard to understand.

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    • Judith says:

      That reminds me to primary all the senate Republicans who voted against recess appointments. That would be ALL of them.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Ghostrider says:

      Don’t be ridiculous. Sundance is very good but not infallible. SD has missed on things before. For the past two weeks, the Russian narrative appears dead and gone. Now Mueller is going after Trump’s tax returns? Why? Please enlighten us. Nothing good is going to come out of the this. The game that is being played is law fare and the Democrats play for keeps and are pro’s at playing it and the GOP is not. Stop with the analyzing of Mueller and start making a difference of getting your GOP representatives to put a end to it already. Enough is enough.

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  24. SR says:

    PTrump and Session already mentioned that Hillary paid the price by losing election and we never put politicial opponent in prison. Hillary has a free card with political opponent tag.

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  25. Donna in Oregon says:

    This is like Spy vs Spy…..every time we almost get them, they get away. Again. IDK what is going to happen. Evidence has been destroyed. No one really knows what Hilary was up too. We guess, but there is no proof.

    Except for the hackers…..they possibly know. Julian Assange? IDK what he has. We shall see. There certainly are many deaths around this whole thing, eh? This could be really scary!

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  26. dekester says:

    Nice piece on Hannity tonight.

    Sekulow and Ari Fleischer for what it is worth, stated quite emphatically that Comey may be in deep doo doo.

    They even went after McCabe, and strongly suggested Wray get on it.

    Of course little if anything may come of it, but it was quite a rebuke of Comey.

    God bless PDJT

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    • Donna in Oregon says:

      Someone said that President Trump needs to get a scalp in order to get the Swamp in line.

      Of all the scalps, which one should he get? What one criminal being punished would scare the rest of the Swamp into submission? Which one of them would blab on all the others?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Summer says:

        Lynch.

        Liked by 3 people

      • MaineCoon says:

        It’s really hard to say bit I’d pick Comey because he singlehandedly let off hag and her entire crew at SoS and DNC, including Bubba, Rice with the unmasking, etc.

        His illegal web covered probably 20+ people, including O.

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      • B Woodward says:

        FBI Anon states: if HRC is facing serious prison time, and she can reduce her sentence by playing ball, we expect this will be the most profound thing Trump can do to drain the swamp. HRC has the goods on Schumer, and McCain, Graham, Blumenthal, and so much more. Imagine the most powerful mafia Don snitching on 30 years of tangled and corrupt relationships. Then triple the effect. HRC could effectively put 200 people currently in power behind bars. This may be Trump’s chess move,

        http://victuruslibertas.com/2017/05/readers-and-viewers-of-vl-ask-fbi-anon-their-own-questions/

        Even if you don’t believe that FBI Anon is an FBI insider, it’s still a great plan to drain the swamp. What is AG Sessions doing? Sessions has an agency full of anti-Trump civil service career bureaucrats, but he has to put together a trusted team, go on offense, and start slaying the beast–starting at the top. Judge Napolitano said that AG Sessions does not need a special counsel because the FBI already has a ton of evidence. As these swamp rats are taken down, or leave the country, special elections can be called to replace the swamp rats. That mean fewer Cons in Congress to vote against President Trump’s agenda and more winning in the 2018 elections.

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    • Sylvia Avery says:

      Thanks, I’ve got it recorded. I’ll watch it after the game. Appreciate the head’s up. Sounds like something I for sure want to watch.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Thanks D. Hope someone posts the vid as I no longer have a tv.

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  27. Ogzy says:

    The fix was in from the git-go.

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    • MaineCoon says:

      Yes. It still is shocking each time a new level or governmemt corruption comes to light.

      Someone must go to jail to restore confidence in govt.

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  28. Ogzy says:

    The fix was in from the git-go.

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  29. citizen817 says:

    Jay Sekulow
    Ari Fleischer w/
    Kimberly Guilfoyle

    Sekulow:
    “Comey needs to hire a good criminal defense lawyer.”

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  30. DeWalt says:

    The fish rots from the head. This is why they now attack the cop on the street and courts turn the criminals loose.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. distracted2 says:

    For vast, widespread corruption to occur, with this many people involved and so many different working parts, the crimes must be so heinous that no one dares to expose them.

    Think about that. And remember these words, “If that f—— bastard wins, we all hang from nooses”.

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  32. fakenoozisforfools says:

    James Comey is outed as a complete crap weasel. In other news, the people in New York City will see daylight tomorrow before the people in Los Angeles do.

    Liked by 1 person

  33. lfhbrave says:

    It looks to me like another “controlled opposition” by Congress. There are a number of ways either in laws or FBI practice Comey could reasonably explain away why he prepared the draft statements.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. JAS says:

    Message to Congress: Hell hath no fury like an electorate scorned. You’ve been warned.

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  35. Nunya Bidness says:

    Obama set up a political office in every executive agency and replaced all appointed officials to turn every agency into a political weapon. This is evident most clearly in IRS, FBI, and DOJ. The gutless, complicit Senate and House are an embarrassment to the principles of repesentative government and deserve condemnation.

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  36. Don L says:

    Everybody had to know the fix was on when we saw how absurdly short Hillary’s “interrogation” session was. They couldn’t have even covered the list of topics she was involved in–never mind substance in that time….probably discussing grandchildren again.
    It’s not “white supremacy” that’s taking down America but “white washes.”

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  37. JoAnn Leichliter says:

    I’m shocked, I tell you, shocked.

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  38. Bob Thoms says:

    Too many here are trying to sell the false notion that Sessions can’t act because there are no reliable prosecutors or judges to take on the swamp.

    BALONEY !

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  39. Mike diamond says:

    Comey covers for hillary on day one ! Clean up on ile 5,comey is there,with his bleach,broom,mop and dust pan.

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  40. Please says:

    Comey was also instrumental in the closing of Bill Clinton clemency probe in 1996 where Bill gave clemency to four scammers who then paid Billyboy off….SAD!

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  41. John Q Public says:

    Pretty clear nobody in the FBI works for Donald Trump. They work for themselves.

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  42. Glint says:

    Comey complained that Prees. Trump asked for his loyalty. He demurred, probably knowing that he couldn’t be loyal to Trump as he had already sworn loyalty to Obama and the DNC.

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