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Comey's treasonous and shamelessly corrupt behavior is becoming more and more obvious.


FBI Director James Comey argued privately that it was too close to Election Day for the United States government to name Russia as meddling in the U.S. election and ultimately ensured that the FBI's name was not on the document that the U.S. government put out, a former bureau official tells CNBC.

The official said some government insiders are perplexed as to why Comey would have election timing concerns with the Russian disclosure but not with the Huma Abedin email discovery disclosure he made Friday.
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According to the former official, Comey agreed with the conclusion the intelligence community came to: "A foreign power was trying to undermine the election. He believed it to be true, but was against putting it out before the election."



http://www.cnbc.com/2016/10/31/fbis-comey-opposed-naming-russians-citing-election-timing-source.html

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Comey's treasonous and shamelessly corrupt behavior is becoming more and more obvious.

 

 

FBI Director James Comey argued privately that it was too close to Election Day for the United States government to name Russia as meddling in the U.S. election and ultimately ensured that the FBI's name was not on the document that the U.S. government put out, a former bureau official tells CNBC.

 

The official said some government insiders are perplexed as to why Comey would have election timing concerns with the Russian disclosure but not with the Huma Abedin email discovery disclosure he made Friday.

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According to the former official, Comey agreed with the conclusion the intelligence community came to: "A foreign power was trying to undermine the election. He believed it to be true, but was against putting it out before the election."

 

 

 

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/10/31/fbis-comey-opposed-naming-russians-citing-election-timing-source.html

Comey has now sullied the reputation of the FBI, by cooperating with Congress in the first place. Something he was under no obligation to do.

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comey knows hillwy had to be stopped,,, he did what needed to be done


Comey has now sullied the reputation of the FBI, by cooperating with Congress in the first place. Something he was under no obligation to do.

obama already did that


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Ruined his career over a guy who has no way to get to 270.

Yep. The last shoe to drop in this whole episode one week from the election is for Attorney General Loretta Lynch to shut down the entire email investigation, something she has the authority to do, and to prohibit any further cooperation from the FBI to any Congressional committee. There isn't one god damn thing the clowns that make up the committee in Congress could do about it. Lynch would come off as a hero saving her agencies reputation and punching the entire Republican leadership in the nose with one decision, and she should do it tonight. It's time to let those bottom feeding Republicans stew in their own rancid sewage.

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Yep. The last shoe to drop in this whole episode one week from the election is for Attorney General Loretta Lynch to shut down the entire email investigation, something she has the authority to do, and to prohibit any further cooperation from the FBI to any Congressional committee. There isn't one god damn thing the clowns that make up the committee in Congress could do about it. Lynch would come off as a hero saving her agencies reputation and punching the entire Republican leadership in the nose with one decision, and she should do it tonight. It's time to let those bottom feeding Republicans stew in their own rancid sewage.

 

I'd expect nothing less from the most transparent administration in history. obama did it with fast and furious and the IRS. Then again, he was saving his own bacon then. Not as sure he'll stick his neck out to save Hill.

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Yep. The last shoe to drop in this whole episode one week from the election is for Attorney General Loretta Lynch to shut down the entire email investigation, something she has the authority to do, and to prohibit any further cooperation from the FBI to any Congressional committee. There isn't one god damn thing the clowns that make up the committee in Congress could do about it. Lynch would come off as a hero saving her agencies reputation and punching the entire Republican leadership in the nose with one decision, and she should do it tonight. It's time to let those bottom feeding Republicans stew in their own rancid sewage.

Clinton investigations is their whole reason for existing. The deplorables are pissed that they didn't bring Obama down, now on to the next project. All because they can't compete on merit, have a shitty platform and an even shittier candidate

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Clinton investigations is their whole reason for existing. The deplorables are pissed that they didn't bring Obama down, now on to the next project. All because they can't compete on merit, have a shitty platform and an even shittier candidate

 

 

I don't disagree, except that Hillary invited this on herself. And for what? Greed?

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I'd expect nothing less from the most transparent administration in history. obama did it with fast and furious and the IRS. Then again, he was saving his own bacon then. Not as sure he'll stick his neck out to save Hill.

Yeah, when you find those 22 million emails deleted by the Bush administration on the Iraq war, come talk to me about credibility.

 

Right now you don't have any. Neither does the cast of clowns that make up the current Republican majorities in the House and the Senate.

 

Obama doesn't have anything left to lose at this point, nor does Loretta Lynch. They could shut this Congress down cold tonight with no repercussions whatsoever. It would only Boost Obama's favorability rating as he's leaving office. I can only assume Lynch is waiting for the election results. The email investigation should not last one minute more than the final vote counted next Tuesday night. It's time to put the most worthless Congress in history out of the country's misery.

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Yeah, when you find those 22 million emails deleted by the Bush administration on the Iraq war, come talk to me about credibility.

 

Right now you don't have any. Neither does the cast of clowns that make up the current Republican majorities in the House and the Senate.

 

Obama doesn't have anything left to lose at this point, nor does Loretta Lynch. They could shut this Congress down cold tonight with no repercussions whatsoever. It would only Boost Obama's favorability rating as he's leaving office. I can only assume Lynch is waiting for the election results. The email investigation should not last one minute more than the final vote counted next Tuesday night. It's time to put the most worthless Congress in history out of the country's misery.

 

I appreciate your effort to somehow qualify my statement through the filter that 'Bush did it too.' ES would be disappointed in your dredging up ancient history.

 

Be that as it may, if obama wants to save Hill, he'll throw her a lifeline. He did it for Holder when he granted executive privilege. Or he may let her retire into the night like he did Lerner. All I know, it's delicious theater.

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Clinton investigations is their whole reason for existing. The deplorables are pissed that they didn't bring Obama down, now on to the next project. All because they can't compete on merit, have a shitty platform and an even shittier candidate

If we can regain the Senate, Comey & Chaffetz might feel their own heat at the fire for the Hatch Act.

 

 

I don't disagree, except that Hillary invited this on herself. And for what? Greed?

How is that?

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I appreciate your effort to somehow qualify my statement through the filter that 'Bush did it too.' ES would be disappointed in your dredging up ancient history.

 

Be that as it may, if obama wants to save Hill, he'll throw her a lifeline. He did it for Holder when he granted executive privilege. Or he may let her retire into the night like he did Lerner. All I know, it's delicious theater.

Exactly, keep the circus going, pretty soon they will be investigating how many squares Hillary wipes with.

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As I said from the get go with Hillary, she didn't put together her system to keep yoga routines from FOI requests.

And where is your proof of that was the reason? Seems you are sharing someones dream, right? Seems you fail to accept the circumstances leading up to a private server?

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And where is your proof of that was the reason? Seems you are sharing someones dream, right? Seems you fail to accept the circumstances leading up to a private server?

I'm relying completely on how the puzzle pieces fit, admittedly. I'm sure we can agree that it's important to learn the answer.

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There is a cult of ignorance in the United States, and there always has been. The strain of anti-intellectualism has been a constant thread winding its way through our political and cultural life, nurtured by the false notion that democracy means that "my ignorance is just as good as your knowledge."

 

Issac Asimov

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I'm relying completely on how the puzzle pieces fit, admittedly. I'm sure we can agree that it's important to learn the answer.

Seems the puzzle revolves around Hillary's inability to use a computer, and advice she received from Powell about a private server use. There was also no rules forbidding what she did.

 

8:00 here, 300 treaters and counting

 

1.All members of congress receives security clearances.

2.All members of congress receives private email servers.

3.All members of congress have private email accounts.

4.All members of congress use multiple devices.

5.All members of congress can take devices overseas.

 

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Ruined his career over a guy who has no way to get to 270.

I know, right? It wasn't even a coldly calculated abuse of his power - it just looks like the usual mindless corrupt con targeting and slandering of anyone democratic.

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October 25, 2016
A Retired FBI Agent Addresses James Comey on the Hillary Clinton Investigation

Mr. James Comey, Director

Federal Bureau of Investigation

J. Edgar Hoover Building

935 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W

Washington, D.C. 20535-0001

Sir,

I am writing regarding your public statement in July, 2016 informing the American people that the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton was being closed without referring it to a Federal Grand Jury or the Attorney General of the U. S. for a decision whether or not to indict her. Strangely, you eloquently laid out enough of the evidence deduced from the investigation to strongly indicate there was abundant evidence uncovered during the investigation and interview of her to not only indict but to convict her in Federal Court.­­­­­­­ ­­­­­­However, you personally re-worded and soft-pedaled the actions she took as Secretary of State describing her actions as "extremely careless” in using a personal email and un-secured server for her communications while Secretary of State. You rewrote the statute, which is not your job.

As a retired Special Agent of the FBI, I have standing to write this letter. My thirty years in law enforcement, including 22 years as a Special Agent with the FBI have given me the knowledge, expertise and experience to question and confront you for your perplexing actions, which (as you well know) were outside the normal standard operating procedure of the FBI and Federal judicial procedures. Some of the finest people in the world proudly carry the credentials of FBI Agent and you have soiled them and not allowed them to speak. But I will not be silent.

Sorry, but NO SIR, MS Clinton was not merely careless or extremely careless. She was not even negligent or grossly negligent (as the statute requires). Hillary Clinton was knowingly purposeful in her decisions and actions to set up a server under her exclusive control and possession in order to control what information was available to the American public and Congress regarding her actions as Secretary of State. Furthermore, she took those government owned communications into her personal possession after leaving her position and knowingly and willingly attempted to destroy them so her nefarious actions could never be known or used as evidence of her corrupt moral character against her.

Sir, what possessed you? Did you cave in to political pressure to unilaterally come to this decision? I fear that is the case, and Rule of Law be damned. I am embarrassed for and ashamed of you. You have set a precedent that can never be rectified… and certainly not justified. Shame on you, Sir. You ought to resign right now in disgrace for what you have done to tarnish the reputation of the finest Law Enforcement Agency in the world… for entirely political reasons.

Normally, an investigation will be assigned to an agent, or team of agents with one being the Case agent, or the lead investigator. When the investigation is complete, an investigative report will be presented to the U.S. Attorney for the Federal District involved. It would be the U.S. Attorney who decides whether to decline prosecution for that investigation... NOT the FBI agent. But in the Clinton investigation, YOU (unilaterally) decided not to forward the investigation to the U.S. Attorney or the Attorney General of the U.S., but instead personally made the decision not to prosecute her or even provide the information to a Federal Grand Jury. You were wrong to take this upon yourself.

Sir, in order to indict a subject, only a preponderance of evidence, or 51% is needed for probable cause to exist. You did not think even that level of probability existed? Who do you think you are fooling? What judicial proceeding did you think you were following?

Throughout my years with the FBI, I (along with my fellow agents) took great pride in conducting each investigation in an unbiased manner regardless of the subject’s position or standing in the community.

All were treated equally under the law. But you, Sir, decided to allow this corrupt, evil and nasty human being to go free and unchallenged for her treasonous actions (yes, treasonous, in my opinion) which threatened the security of this nation. Furthermore, you stopped short of investigating the Clinton Foundation as a RICO case (Racketeering Influenced and Corrupt Organization. This is a RICO case if

there ever were one. Even an untrained person can tell from the communications which were recovered that Hillary Clinton spent more time working for the Clinton Foundation while Secretary of State than on State Business. It may be argued that Hillary did not do any State business UNLESS the Clinton Foundation benefitted. You decided to just let this uncomfortable truth alone without addressing it.

I will conclude with this: Following my retirement from the FBI, I volunteered for a 12 month tour of duty in Afghanistan as a Law Enforcement Professional, embedded with U.S. forces as a subject matter expert in counter-terrorism investigations. For most of that year I operated “outside the wire” patrolling with the troops, interviewing witnesses to IED incidents and gathering evidence on the bad guys. The results of my work would then be reported through secure channels to the Commanding Officer. All reports and communications were required to be transmitted via secure and encrypted devices. Occasionally my remote location in the mountains of Afghanistan made transmission impossible and I would have to fly back to Bagram Air Base in order to securely report to the Commander of the battle space. It would have been convenient if I could have just called the Commander on my personal cell phone or written him an email on my personal laptop. But, had I done so I would have been reporting classified information via an unsecured device and it could have been compromised. These were, relative to Secretary of State communications, low level classifications of Secret. Had I ever sent even one in such a manner I would have been prosecuted and sent to Federal Prison for 20 years or so. That is how serious this violation is considered.

Now, because of you, Hillary Clinton is allowed to continue her RICO activities and is running for President of the United States, the most powerful position in the world. You have trampled on the Rule of Law and destroyed the trust of the American people in the FBI and in unbiased enforcement of the law. How do you sleep at night? It is time for you to go and work for the Clinton Foundation.

Sincerely,

Hugh W. Galyean

(FBI Agent, Retired)

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An unnamed official? This is indeed a game changer.

Sorry, little whore, your usual, obedient "I dunna BELEEEVE it!" whoring is pointless here. Comey's refusal to put out FACTS that would damage Trump, while choosing to put out a letter with NO FACTS to insinuate guilt on Clinton's part, are not something you can lie away.

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