Hilly’s Homey, Jimmy Comey

Clinton shill and FBI director James Comey was on the Hill today, trying to explain that Hillary didn’t do what she did, it was the Justice Department and not he that gave immunity to all her co-conspirators to make sure the sham investigation went nowhere. The only question is, is he on the regular Clinton payroll or do they pay him by the job, since this isn’t the first time he’s showed them undue favoritism?

Comey Defends Clinton Case: Do Not Call Us Weasels
Testifying in front of the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday, FBI Director James Comey defended the Bureau’s criminal investigation of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server to transmit and host classified information.
“You can call us wrong, but don’t call us weasels,” Comey said. “We are not weasels, we are honest people and we did this in that way.”
FBI Director Comey: I Never Said Hillary Clinton Was Truthful About Her Emails

SHE HAS STATED OVER AND OVER THAT HE FOUND SHE DID NOTHING WRONG… IT’S HER ONLY DEFENSE
FBI Director: We Don’t Have “Sufficient” Evidence That Clinton Broke The Law…

FBI Director: An FBI Agent Would ‘Be In Big Trouble’ If They Did What Hillary Did
FBI director James Comey on Wednesday said that an FBI agent who operated a private email system similar to Hillary Clinton’s would be “in big trouble” at the bureau.
Comey was responding in a House Judiciary Committee hearing to an allegation from Ohio Rep. Steve Chabot that the decision to not charge Clinton with mishandling classified information showed a “double standard.”

Who is James Comey: 7 things to know about the FBI director
He opposed Bush White House officials in a dramatic standoff
Comey came into national prominence in 2007 when, during testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee, he told the story of a tense standoff over a federal domestic surveillance program with top officials from the administration of President George W. Bush.
Top White House lawyer Alberto Gonzales (who would later become U.S. attorney general) and Bush Chief of Staff Andrew Card had raced to Ashcroft’s side in an effort to have him sign off on an extension to the wiretapping program, which Justice Department attorneys had deemed illegal. The weakened Ashcroft managed to make clear his refusal and Gonzales and Card left the room — with Comey, then Ashcroft’s top deputy, watching on — without a word.

When lifestyle guru Martha Stewart was indicted in 2003 on a series of charges connected to a dodgy 2000 stock deal, it was Comey who brought the charges.
Nor his second. The email server probe marked the third time Comey has investigated Bill or Hillary Clinton.
There he dug into allegations that the Clintons took part in a fraud connected to a Arkansas real estate venture gone bust. No charges were ever brought against either Clinton, but the scandal would eventually lead to independent counsel Kenneth Starr’s probe that would result in the Lewinsky scandal.
In 2002, Comey, then a federal prosecutor, took over an investigation into President Bill Clinton’s 2001 pardon of financier Marc Rich, who had been indicted on a laundry list of charges before fleeing the country. The decision set off a political firestorm focused on accusations that Rich’s ex-wife Denise made donations to the Democratic Party, the Clinton Library and Hillary Clinton’s 2000 Senate campaign as part of a plan to get Rich off the hook. Comey ultimately decided not to pursue the case.
The kicker: Comey himself had overseen Rich’s prosecution between 1987 and 1993.
He is quite tall
The 6-foot-8-inch Comey, a basketball player like President Barack Obama, is likely the tallest FBI director in the bureau’s history
 James Comey’s Clinton Immunity
More questions about the FBI’s special handling of the email case.
Why the courtesy? “If the FBI wanted any other Americans’ laptops, they would just go get them—they wouldn’t get an immunity deal,” Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan told Politico. He’s right. The FBI merely had to seek a subpoena or search warrant. By offering immunity, the FBI exempted the laptops and their emails as potential evidence in a criminal case.

Jim Jordan Gets FBI Director To Confirm Cover Up of Evidence Tampering

James Comey discusses Cheryl Mills’ immunity

THE FBI IS CORRUPT. THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SHILLS FOR DEMOCRATS. SO WHAT?
THEY’LL ALL GET AWAY WITH IT AND GET RICHER INTO THE BARGAIN. THAT’S THE WAY IT IS ANYMORE.
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3 responses to “Hilly’s Homey, Jimmy Comey

  1. Ting

    I just don’t think there is a single organization in our federal government that has not been corrupted. I never had a whole lot of faith in the government to start, but it is gone, gone, gone. Comey and Lynch and John Roberts and the failure to impeach the IRS head have extinguished any residual hope I might have fostered.

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  2. Hey, there’s no point in being pessimistic. It probably won’t work anyway.

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  3. Peppermint

    Comey is a disgrace!

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