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. Natasha says:

    Remember he claimed the turmac meeting was why he made his decision UNDER OATH to congress and in SWORN TESTOMINEY……LOCK HIM UP ALRREADY

    Liked by 37 people

  2. georgiafl says:

    What a Jackass.

    Liked by 20 people

  3. belle819 says:

    Disgusting on so many levels…

    Liked by 17 people

  4. Bob Thoms says:

    When can we expect AG Sessions to act on this?

    Liked by 22 people

    • Craig W. Gordon says:

      Sessions better lock her up! And take away her coat!!!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Howie says:

      Punt. That is his specialty.

      Liked by 4 people

      • I agree Howie.. If THIS, coming out NOW.. Well; Hitlery & Comey can KILL & MURDER on a New York street.. They’ll get away with it.. NOT be charged..(Oh wait has that happened all ready? Re: Seth Rich…)
        Well,, that’s what they said about the POTUS? Right?

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    • kvoorhees4 says:

      I have no hope Sessions will do anything. He is useless.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Delilah says:

      All of the district judges in area are Obama appointees: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_District_Court_for_the_District_of_Columbia

      And you guys want to rush into court for them to rule on the issue…..

      Only fools go where angels fear to tread….

      Liked by 11 people

      • Delilah says:

        Oh, and Congress is slow walking the Senate confirmation of the prosecutor too….

        “During the 2017 dismissal of U.S. attorneys, Phillips was not asked to resign because he had not yet been confirmed and remained acting U.S. Attorney.[5] On June 12, 2017, President Trump nominated Jessie K. Liu to serve as U.S. Attorney. If she is confirmed, she will replace Phillips in the position.[6]”

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Channing_D._Phillips

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        • Rodney C. Johnson says:

          All the effort being devoted toward smearing members of the President’s family and Administration by supposed supporters, would be better used to dig into Congress, McCain, Ryan… ect.

          Liked by 3 people

      • TrumpsterinPa says:

        Agree…That’s the problem..I agree with you…I’m frustrated but also understand the judicial was stacked with left wingers and Obama syncopynts…the whole damn IC was poisoned. Patience is in order…the truth is emerging. If you truly want to see justice, you need the pieces in place. Drip, drip….Christmas is coming

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      • Rodney C. Johnson says:

        Someone who gets it. To rush foolhardily in, will destroy all hopes of getting what you want. The President, understands, and I am fairly sure Sundance does, and a few people here as well.

        The AG is not going to come out, like Comey and hold a piece of theater – Press briefing until after a case is built and prosecuted. To demand it, is to undermine the very prosecution people claim to want.

        Just like certain groups demanding documents, are not going get them, if they are needed to put someone in jail. Thats, evidence, which requires a chain of custody. Put it out into the public before it is used it courts, taints it.

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      • 4sure says:

        So, when do you suppose all of those Obama appointed fed. district judges might die off, since they are appointed for life? . We’ll just wait years and yrs. until they are dead. What a plan!!

        Liked by 1 person

        • G. Combs says:

          There are 144** VACANT POSITIONS in the Federal Judiciary. There are currently 874 authorized Article III judgeships. The REPUBLICANS are keeping President Trump from filling those positions. Obstruction alert: “Senate Democrats hold blue slips, delay Trump’s federal judicial nominees” | whitehouse.gov And yes the Republicans can do something about the Obstruction by the Democrats.

          […] Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, Iowa Republican, has signaled that he may alter adherence to the blue slip policy, which is a tradition giving senators a sort of veto over judges picked from their home states who don’t meet with their approval.

          In the past, senators could derail a hearing and vote by not returning a blue slip.[…]

          **Another 4 have been added since the last time I commented and about ten have been added in the last month!

          Liked by 5 people

          • wolfmoon1776 says:

            MicroChip on Twitter (one of the major activists who helped Trump counter the UniParty on social media) thinks we need to basically go ultranasty RIGHT NOW on everybody in Congress – that ANYBODY who bucks Trump gets ZERO forgiveness – primary the h377 out of them, take away their polling numbers, etc.

            I think Trump’s judicial appointments is a great place to start. WHO is holding them up? Start naming names, associate those names, meme hard, and make them pay in the primary no matter what (e.g., make them sweat badly even if they win).

            If Sundance posts names, the Twitter warriors will go for primary blood.

            Liked by 9 people

            • Judith says:

              Yes! Don’t wait! Primary all incumbents out! Drain that swamp! We have that power and we must use it NOW

              Liked by 1 person

            • chicagodeplorable says:

              As of today, there are 49 nominations that have cleared their respective committees and are awaiting full Senate scheduling for confirmations. Of these 49, 10 are for DOJ and 3 are for judges.

              Timothy J. Kelly ( for D.C) is on the executive schedule for 9/5. He had just cleared the Judiciary Committee on 7/13. Trevor McFadden , also for D.C cleared the committee on 7/20 but has not yet been scheduled. Scott Palk would be for Western Dist of OK, he cleared committee 6/15 and has not been scheduled. I heard from a news report that 5 or 6 nominations would go forward on 9/6, but I see nothing official.

              Does anyone know how many are languishing in their committees? There are so many committees, and I haven’t compiled a list. It is so stunning that one of these 49 cleared committee on 5/23, still not scheduled for full Senate crap.

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          • 4sure says:

            Are those DC judges about to die? It doesn’t matter if there are a million judges awaiting appointment. How many are DC court judges? Sessions needs to cut off their funding. Fire their staff. Transfer all the staff. There is more than one way to skin a cat. Problem is, no one wants to skin the cat. The buck stops w/Trump. Close the court for “remodeling” and move them into the ghetto.

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      • Howie says:

        All conflicted. Change the venue out of the swamp. It can be done.

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    • repsort says:

      LMAO. Shhhh!
      Don’t disturb grandpa Sessions. He’s asleep under his desk.
      Recusing yourself from cases leaving your President wide open to attack is hard freakin work!!!

      Liked by 4 people

      • Delilah says:

        It would better serve everybody for you guys to get on the phone to your reps and get them to get on with the business of confirming all of Trump’s picks.

        Liked by 5 people

        • Bob Thoms says:

          They confirmed my No 1 pick – Sessions. He turned out to be a turncoat

          Liked by 3 people

          • G. Combs says:

            Sessions is a PROSECUTOR! Without an honest judge the HIlderbeast WALKS FREE no matter WHAT evidence AG Sessions has.

            George Soros Buying Judges Now?

            5 Corrupt Judges & The Countless Lives They Tried To Destroy

            […]Like many of the public officials on our list, Maloney had an interesting way of dolling out sentences, especially in high-profile murder cases. In exchange for rigging murder cases Maloney got over $100,000 in bribes. Maloney let mafia members, murderers and gangsters walk free, as long as he got his “fee.” To this day Maloney is listed as “one of the worst judges in history.”[…]

            JUDGES ABOVE THE LAW

            […]Until three years ago, Michael Kathrein truly believed courtrooms were places where judges listened to the facts carefully and decided cases honestly.

            Then he got the lesson of his life.

            A judge in his case could, and did, cheat. Opposing counsels could, and did, cheat. And once they coordinated their cheating, no fact, law or procedure could save him. He was set up to lose.

            When you think of a “corrupt” judge, you may think of one who trades rulings for cash. As far as we know, that obvious sort of corruption is rare. You must appreciate however, that corruption may take subtle but equally destructive forms.

            Among other things, a dishonest judge can ignore evidence, twist rules and procedure, obstruct the record, retaliate, manufacture facts or ignore others, allow infirm claims or dismiss valid ones, deny admission of evidence prejudicial to the favored party, suborn perjury, mischaracterize pleadings, engage in ex parte communication and misapply the law.[…]

            President Trump FIRST has to muck-out the Federal Judiciary and THEN we can get BACK to the Rule of Law.

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            • 4sure says:

              How is he going to “muck” out the fed. judiciary? They are appointed for life. He could, if the uniparty swamp wanted to drain the swamp, cut off their funding. Fire all their staff. Move the Fed. courthouse to the ghettos and don’t provide any security. It’s going to take some out of the box action.

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    • 4sure says:

      NEVER! And don’t hold out any hope that Wray will ever do anything about it, either. Wray is a swamp protector.

      Liked by 2 people

    • WE CAN ALL SAY,,, A RESOUNDING NO, NO & HE!! NO, nothing will happen..

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  5. Minnie says:

    Well, Sundance, I don’t know how you do it. You find and present verifiable news worthy of our attention.

    Gratitude!

    Heading back upthread to finish reading this incredible analysis.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. paulraven1 says:

    What are the odds on this being reported at all by the MSM?

    Liked by 6 people

    • Bob Thoms says:

      Who cares. The more important question is what are the odds that AG Sessions will do something about it.

      Liked by 6 people

      • paulraven1 says:

        Yes, better question, and the answer equally predictable.

        Liked by 1 person

      • grandmotherpatriot says:

        Sessions is recused from prosecuting Hillary and the Foundation but not recused in prosecuting Comey .

        Liked by 1 person

        • xyzlatin says:

          Are you sure? I thought he just recused himself from Russian investigation. How does this extend to Hillary and her foundation?

          Liked by 4 people

        • G. Combs says:

          the Foundation was NOT part of the campaign so AG Sessions CAN go after the Foundation.

          Liked by 1 person

        • CharterOakie says:

          Sessions recused ONLY wrt matters involving the campaign, e.g. Muh Russia.

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          • grandmotherpatriot says:

            Sessions said during a confirmation hearing the politically charged comments he made about the Clintons during the presidential campaign would give the appearance he is not impartial in potential probes of the private email server she used while secretary of State or of the Clinton Foundation.

            “I do believe that that could place my objectivity in question,” Sessions told Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley (R-Iowa). “I believe the proper thing for me to do would be for me to recuse myself.”

            Republicans in Congress have vowed to continue an investigation into Clinton’s private email setup.
            Sessions’s comments are designed to assuage critics who believe the Justice Department could be politicized under Trump.

            The Alabama senator was a vocal campaign supporter of Trump, who suggested that Clinton should be imprisoned for her private email setup.

            Sessions said he would refuse an order from the president to name a special prosecutor to go after Clinton, a move Trump called for during the campaign.

            “I believe that would be the best approach for the country because we can never have a political dispute turn into a criminal dispute,” Sessions said. “This country does not punish its political enemies. What this country ensures [is] that no one is above the law.”
            Source the Hill and I watched the Confirmation Hearings .
            This is the problem in America so many focused on the small things and do not track legislation nor follow confirmation hearings – I am not speaking about you .

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        • darren says:

          Sessions isn’t going to prosecute comey either. He is either part of the conspiracy or he is being blackmailed. My guess is that he is corrupted by the elite donor dollars.

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          • grandmotherpatriot says:

            Jeff Sessions legislation prior to be appointed to AG say different . Learn to track Legislation as it was Jeff Sessions that fought against TPP giving away American Sovereignty.

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      • Grassley’s letter stated that the US Government does not investigate prior employees of the federal government. What the heck! Something stinks really rotten here.

        “…pursuant to its standard policy of not investigating prior employees of the federal government “. Chuck Grassley. Page 1 of the above letter.

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      • mimbler says:

        Zero chance, he has already recused himself from all things clinton.

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    • Maggie says:

      Believe it or not there is a link on Drudge which takes you to CBS!!!!!!!!

      Liked by 1 person

    • Howie says:

      Zero

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  7. Joe S says:

    …..Even prior to the testimony, key testimony, from the IT guy?…WTH?

    And now there is word he might testify against PDJT RE obstruction. Yeah, sure everything he said is credible. And BTW, he used Russian agents to get wire taps on then candidate Trump.

    Things are really coming apart, now.

    Liked by 7 people

  8. Travis McGee says:

    I guess this shows Phony Comey is a political hack. I thought that was already established. Is what he did illegal or is this just another example of FBI/DOJ corruption? Will anything happen because of this? The FBI still won’t release Hillary’s documents because we the public don’t have an interest in it. Where’s Wray stand in regards to all this?

    Liked by 6 people

  9. Plato says:

    Actually, no surprise at all.
    This sort of thing happens when political appointees with a political agenda massage their narrative.
    Should be kinda illegal use of process though…… a couple of years max will do.
    Of course, things will go on as if this never happened.

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Natalie says:

    I hope they clean house! I bet this is just the tip of the preverbial iceberg. Wonder if Comey will get prosecuted for perjury and interfering/colluding wrt the election. The OSC dropped the case when Comey resigned. Maybe Grassley and Graham will pursue this, Awan Brothers and Hillary email/foundation issues.

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  11. NJF says:

    Recap:

    Then; we had a crime, but no investigation.

    Now; we have no crime, but Lordy we go us an investigation!

    Liked by 7 people

  12. Craig W. Gordon says:

    This revelation should have every American Citizen steaming! Lock Comey and Hildabest up!!!

    Liked by 5 people

  13. Merle Marks says:

    Can’t wait for Comey to tearfully confess that “he broke me…he broke me…” Maybe Comey and Hillary can be pen pals from prison cells…

    Liked by 4 people

  14. tytanshammer says:

    Whoopsie! Looks like you didn’t redact enough.

    Liked by 2 people

  15. Bob Thoms says:

    This doesn’t change anything we know about Comey; but it does turn up the pressure on AG Sessions………knowing what we know and seeing inactions by our AG is repulsive to me.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Howie says:

      Nothing Trump can do. The Senate locked him out of firing him and a recess appointment. That would leave Rosey in charge and CoC Ward as back up. He will have to nuke them as I called long ago.

      Liked by 2 people

      • woohoowee says:

        But if AG Sessions decides to rescind his recusal……

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        • Howie says:

          It is invalid now. It was not then and now more than ever reasonable or mandatory. He did it all by hiz little self, after consulting with the Obama Holdover Crooks in DOJ. He is out of the picture now anyway and nothing can be done about him. There has to be another way to skin this cat.

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          • woohoowee says:

            Grassley is gonna skin the cat maybe? Can the Judiciary Committee recommend charges?

            Liked by 1 person

            • Sylvia Avery says:

              Well, wasn’t it Grassley’s committee, or maybe it was the House Judiciary Committee, that sent a letter to the DOJ asking for a Special Counsel to investigate some of the Clington crimes? This was about a month ago. Crickets…

              Liked by 3 people

          • woohoowee says:

            Howie, if Trump45 nukes ’em will they try to say he is obstructing?

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            • mimbler says:

              Yep, that is why sessions is ignoring PDJT’s well being by recusing himself from so much necessary duties, and refusing to resign.

              PDJT is boxed in. They turned the obstruction of justice spotlight on him early on so if he fires anyone in DOJ/FBI, it will be a cacophony of “nixon’s saturday night massacre” all over again.

              If sessions were to resign, they couldn’t effectively object to him appointing a replacement.

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            • Howie says:

              They can’t. Pardons and declassification in the public interest are absolute plenary powers of the President himself. All they could do is wail and flail.

              Liked by 3 people

        • Exactly. There is clear evidence of collusion and conflict of interest with Mueller and Comey. Sessions should UN-recluse himself/intervene in this “special counsel” witch hunt and start an investigation into those instigating it.

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      • 4sure says:

        Trump should relocate the DOJ, the whole corrupt staff, especially Sessions, to Barrow Alaska. But, I’d just fire Sessions and Rosy.

        Liked by 2 people

  16. Jedi Clampett says:

    Anybody still want to try to defend Sessions for his inaction? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?

    Liked by 1 person

  17. WSB says:

    I was barely able to get through the first paragraph…”OSC [Office of Special Counsel] closed its inquiry after Mr. Comey’s removal pursuant to its standard policy of not investigating former government employees.”

    So, is this why all of the Obama cabal is still on the job?

    Liked by 1 person

    • snarkybeach says:

      Schumer is still blocking appointments to DoJ, perhaps?

      Liked by 2 people

      • WSB says:

        That’s one thing, but if no FORMER employees can be investigated, on the whim of the Office of Special Counsel, we got BIGGER issues!!!!!

        Since when is something illegal erased because you no longer work at the COMPANY!!!!!

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        • MaineCoon says:

          I was stunned by this too. Im not even sure I grasp it. Afterall Hag was a former gov employee. OSC isn’t investigating her? Huma?

          Why would OSC have this rule when FBI doesn’t?

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          • WSB says:

            That means Cheryl Mills, Huma, not sure about Weiner because it involves minors, and all other scum know they will not be investigated? Does this mean that all investigations in history were all show?

            I guess I answer my own question because how many have been brought to justice?!

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    • PDQ says:

      not investigating former government employees

      Liked by 3 people

    • Minnie says:

      Agree, WSB.

      I’m either very tired today or I need to step up my game.

      It’s all too much to comprehend.

      Liked by 2 people

    • MaineCoon says:

      Look at this excerpt off the OSC web site. It says they do go after former employees.

      “​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Office of Special Counsel (OSC) handles claims of wrongdoing within the executive branch of the federal government from current federal employees, former employees, and applicants for federal employment. (For purposes of this section, former and current employees, and applicants for federal employment are all “employees.”) The OSC unit responsible for this work is the Disclosure Unit.

      The Disclosure Unit reviews five types of disclosures specified in the statute:

      Violation of a law, rule, or regulation;
      Gross mismanagement;
      A gross waste of funds;
      An abuse of authority; and/or
      A substantial and specific danger to public health or safety.

      Federal law establishes a unique process for disclosures made to OSC. This process is intended to guarantee the confidentiality of the whistleblower and ensure that wrongdoing is investigated and corrected. In brief, when a whistleblower disclosure is filed with OSC:

      The Special Counsel may order an agency head to investigate and report on the disclosure;
      After the investigation, the Special Counsel may send the agency’s report, the whistleblower’s comments, and the Special Counsel’s determination as to the completeness and apparent reasonableness of the agency report, to the President and congressional oversight committees; and
      The information transmitted to the President may be made public on OSC’s website.”

      Hey Sundance. The OSC website info contradicts the statement in Grassley’s letter. Help!

      https://osc.gov/Pages/DOW.aspx

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  18. BobW462 says:

    I’m now making my overly dramatic fake look of surprise and shock in response to this “news”. 🙂

    Liked by 7 people

  19. Abster says:

    That swamp is the size of Cleveland.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. average Joe says:

    If this is true,and it’s not April fools day?then I see a ray of sunshine on my PRSIDENT.

    Liked by 3 people

  21. First Last says:

    This agency really doesn’t have the testicular fortitude to go after the bad guys, does it?

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Travis McGee says:

    “The FBI should be held to a higher standard than that, especially in a matter of such great public interest and controversy”. Public interest? I didn’t think there was any according to the FBI.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. Howie says:

    This revelation renders the reason Sessions recused Moot.

    Liked by 6 people

  24. PDQ says:

    WOAH…smoking gun?

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Merle Marks says:

    perhaps Sessions will send a strongly worded letter to Comey, suggesting that if he ever becomes head of the FBI again, this kind of behavior is frowned upon….Sessions…reminds me of a bystander watching as a helpless, elderly lady in a wheelchair is accosted by 3 thugs…

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  26. woohoowee says:

    We jess wanna arress! Lock him up!

    Liked by 3 people

  27. fangdog says:

    In the present state of mind of all MAGA people this will not be “water under the bridge”. People demand equal justice for “all” Americans. The culture of America will not tolerate a two law system. Yep, a lot of people whom the American people put their trust will have to become accountable for their crimes against the American people. Our present administration is the wrong time to be a criminal.

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  28. This is my shocked face…. wait a minute, I can’t find my shocked face!
    I’ll bet the ChiComs have stolen my shocked face!

    Liked by 4 people

  29. Founding Fathers Fan says:

    Actual usable evidence is required to obtain a conviction. This is not a 1-hour scripted TV show.

    Liked by 5 people

  30. Bob Thoms says:

    Sessions should resign. The man is a disgrace to the Trump Movement. I have utter contempt for the little man from Alabama.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Bob Thoms says:

      BTW, who is shorter, Stephenopolus or Sessions?

      Enquiring minds want to know.

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    • Howie says:

      If the Alabama Scammah resigns then what? Roesey, Ward? Senate confirmation? Only nuking them all with the power to declassify all this crap and pardons will do the job. Nuke them Mr. president.

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      • Bob Thoms says:

        Session’s resigning would prove he is a man of worth and reconfirm P Trump was right not to hire him.

        And would lend legitimacy to P Trump going your “nuke em” route.

        Do both, I say ! Resign and Nuke Em.

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      • mimbler says:

        It’s not perfect but sessions resigning is the only way out I see. Yes, it would take a senate confirmation, but PDJT could put in a temporary in the meantime. He wouldn’t have to let rosie take the job. Then PDJT’s appointment/temp could fire rosie,

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    • Travis McGee says:

      Hard to Drain the Swamp if you don’t pull the drain plug. Why there are still these holdovers, in top decision making positions i might add, leaves me wondering WTF is going on. You can’t drain it if you don’t drain it! Start already. There should be mass firings or at least reassignments to inconsequential positions if you can’t fire them. I’m beginning to feel like they get rid of a couple here and there just to say they are draining it just to placate us.

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  31. Joe says:

    Sessions: “So what, git them medicinal pot growers!”

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  32. alliwantissometruth says:

    What is it going to take to go after these people? It seems no matter what they do, nothing ever happens to them

    What’s next, a big name Senator caught red handed murdering someone & cannibalizing the body on the Senate floor while the TV camera’s roll? What will the reaction of law enforcement agencies be?

    “FBI would like to interview accused Senator when he has the time”?
    “Police unsure of Senators role in murder & cannibalization case”?
    “Senator to sue law enforcement for slander”?
    “Law enforcement unsure if cannibalization of dead body is a crime”?
    “DNC says cannibalization murder was the result of severe hunger pains, seeks to have case dropped”?

    This is getting utterly ridiculous. It’s getting to be like the days when nobility could do anything they liked to the peasants with no consequences

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  33. recoverydotgod says:

    Timelines! IMO, Pres. Obama probably wrote the first draft! lol

    Obama: Clinton Didn’t “Intentionally” Put America In Jeopardy; I Guarantee No Political Influence In Server Probe
    Posted By Ian Schwartz
    April 10, 2016

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2016/04/10/obama_clinton_didnt_intentionally_put_america_in_jeopardy_i_guarantee_no_political_influence_in_server_probe.html

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  34. reenahovermale says:

    Anything coming out of the Swamp Creatures’ mouths makes me: http://photobucket.com/gallery/user/Violetninja420/media/bWVkaWFJZDoxMDIwMDM1ODE=/?ref= And if you can’t see it? It’s skeptical dog pictures.

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  35. free73735 says:

    Judicial Watch Statement on Court Ruling on Clinton Email Issue

    AUGUST 31, 2017
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    District Court Rules that State Department Must Make Public FBI Declaration on Clinton Email Retrieval Efforts

    (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding today’s ruling by United States District Judge James E. Boasberg that the Department of State must make public a FBI declaration detailing its efforts to retrieve Hillary Clinton’s government emails (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Rex Tillerson (No. 1:15-cv-00785)):

    We’re happy with the ruling but it is unbelievable we’re being opposed by Trump appointees in the State and Justice Department’s on the Clinton email issue. President Trump ought to be outraged his appointees are protecting Hillary Clinton. The State Department should initiate action with the Justice Department – and both agencies should finally take the necessary steps to recover all the government emails Hillary Clinton unlawfully removed.

    On April 30, 2015, Judicial Watch sued former Secretary John Kerry after the State Department failed to take action on a letter sent to Kerry “notifying him of the unlawful removal of the Clinton emails and requesting that he initiate enforcement action pursuant to the [Federal Records Act],” including working through the Attorney General to recover the emails. After initially being dismissed by the district court, Judicial Watch’s lawsuit was revived on appeal by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on December 27, 2016. The Federal Records Act states that an agency head “shall” initiate an action through the Attorney General when he becomes aware of any unlawful removal of agency records.

    While at the State Department, Clinton conducted official government business using an unsecure email server and email accounts. Her top aides and advisors also used non-“state.gov” email accounts to conduct official business. Clinton left office February 1, 2013.

    The Trump administration defended handling of the email matter by the Obama administration filed two declarations from the FBI trying to justify the State Department’s refusal to follow the law and refer to the Clinton email issue to the Justice Department. As the decision notes, the second FBI declaration is non-public and was filed in camera and ex parte with the court. Judge Boasburg today rejected the State Department’s arguments that the FBI declaration be withheld to protect grand jury secrecy:

    After reviewing the document in camera, the Court concludes it largely rehashes information already made public, thus obviating any need for secrecy.

    ###

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  36. burnett044 says:

    I now at this time list all those corrupt ones that have been exposed and held accountable ..
    ok first there was……wait …they got off….then there was ….no no she walked too….ok ok surely there was …nope…damn no one was held accountable.
    whats wrong with this picture?

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  37. John says:

    Is anyone here really shocked at this news….it’s going to keep dribbling out for four years. Why prosecute, I’m kinda enjoying all the “I’m not a weasel” weasels getting exposed slowly by their own stupid emails. Death by a thousand cuts through the midterms.

    Great article on Trump on Syria finally…well as nice as the author is allowed to be and still have friends at the end of the day (maybe). 3% GDP too.. Job numbers next week…

    https://consortiumnews.com/2017/08/25/the-possible-education-of-donald-trump/

    And the media is worrying Trump is going to add the debt ceiling increase to the Houston bill as they should since they are going to be spending a ton of money. It will be in there and Trump will let the resistance shot themselves in the head again if they oppose it.

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  38. Bob Thoms says:

    Of all the people that Breitbart/Bannon attacks, I have yet to see them take on Sessions in any serious way.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Howie says:

    This is just the tip of the iceberg of the criminal mob funning the Federal Government.

    Liked by 1 person

  40. Bouchart says:

    When does Comey shoot himself in the back of the head three times because he knows too much?

    Liked by 1 person

  41. Brant says:

    Fake news! Fake news! It was a matter NOT an investigation………ask Lynch……….major bigly sarc off. 🙂

    Liked by 3 people

  42. Paco Loco says:

    The Deep State wants this whole HIllary email crime to disappear. Who better to make it go POOF them Comey. He was the fox watching the hen house and the conductor of the cover up. Too bad about Sessions. He is incapable of taking down the BIG FISH because he’s a card carrying swampster and was implanted into the Trump campaign at an early stage. He’s like a tar baby that is stuck to Trump. Trump has had trouble bringing in loyalist’s because Washington is such a morass of corruption. That’s why Ivanka and Jarad are on board.

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  43. MaineCoon says:

    “James Comey Drafted Conclusion in Clinton Probe Prior to FBI Interviewing Key Witness”

    Well. That explains why Comey didn’t tape/take notes of the interview. It was never going to be considered in the investigation. Grounds for re-opening it?

    Afterward the interview, he just went to a 4th of July cookout. No follow-up work. Inconsequential interview.

    SPIT.

    I’ll go back and read the article now.

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  44. Tejas Rob says:

    It was a “matter”, not an investigation.

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  45. Rodney C. Johnson says:

    As a general point of interest, I’d love for Sundance to do a rundown on how evidence gets collected and how one might mount a prosecution of powerful entrenched figures. I have an impression, its not simply a matter of learning something bad, and going public with it. Things like this (taking down powerful, politically entrenched figures) take time, TIME to build and can’t be mounted half-cocked. They need to be conducted smartly and adroitly so as not let these types slip away. Often it involves, letting them think they’ve won, until you spring the trap.

    Why?

    Cause you have 1 shot (one) at taking them down. A single chance. Best not to screw it up because you are overly emotional, or cocky. The President himself knows this, his whole history is about being subtle while causing his foes to overplay their hands. Seriously he just got the entire Democratic Party, Media and Wimpy Republicans to own Anifa. That was entirely on purpose and they are going to pay for it.

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  46. NJF says:

    Does this present an opportunity to get rid of McCabe?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      It looks like the FBI became a vast criminal enterprise under Muelley and Comey as directors. Trump will have to nuke them sooner or later. They are trying to get him before he can get them.

      Liked by 3 people

  47. I’m so disappointed. Stonetear was for nothing. She will never be brought to justice.

    Liked by 5 people

    • John says:

      The administration needs a lot more help than what is residing in the Justice Department right now (95% Democrats). It’s going to take some time.

      BTW – You did some awesome work! The FBI should hire you.
      Next time your in DC are I’ll take you out for a beer.

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    • WSB says:

      Don’t feel disgruntled. Your work helped to peel back the entire curtain. Remember Sun-Tzu. I still believe there will be a breaking point and a strike point.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Katica, your lament only serves to remind us that even our heroines are human and harbor doubts like the rest of us. Make no mistake, ma’am, you are a heroine to me and many others. The search for truth is often a terrible burden and I hope you will find solace, until we reach the denouement of this case, that so many of us appreciate you.

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  48. Delilah says:

    Until POTUS and Sessions can get their judges and lawyers appointed, the best place for these issues is a congressional investigation.

    At least they can begin the process of collecting evidence until it’s time to get really serious.

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