by Jayson Veley, Trump News
Just in case there was any doubt left in your mind that former FBI Director James Comey was anything but a political hack, this story should help to clear things up. As part of the ongoing investigation into President’s Trump’s firing of James Comey back in May of this year, the Senate Judiciary Committee discovered that the former FBI Director had actually started the process of writing an exoneration statement for Hillary Clinton, even before all witnesses involved in the investigation had been interviewed.
This shocking yet unsurprising revelation comes from transcripts of interviews that were conducted last fall by two FBI officials: James Rybicki, Comey’s chief of staff, and Trisha Anderson, the principal deputy general counsel of national security and cyberlaw at the FBI. Even though the transcripts of these interviews have been heavily redacted, it still reveals that Comey appeared to have known what the outcome of the Clinton email investigation was going to be before he even finished collecting evidence. In fact, Comey still had yet to interview 17 witnesses in the case, including Hillary Clinton herself and some of her top aides.
How could any fair, self-respecting investigator start working on an exoneration statement before even taking the time to talk to the primary suspect and well over a dozen witnesses? Of course, Hillary Clinton was eventually interviewed on July 2, but now we know that during his entire line of questioning, James Comey had one thing on his mind: “Hillary Clinton is innocent, and that’s the story that I’m sticking with.” The facts were simply irrelevant.
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