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This treachery should invalidate the election.

 

James Comey made a deal with the devil. Hillary should expedite his trip to Hell. He will show up on a park bench within a year.

 

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/corey-lewandowski-james-comey_us_582dd4f7e4b058ce7aa97d7c

 

 

LONDON ― Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski credited FBI Director James Comey with giving Trump a “spring in his step” that helped him defeat Hillary Clinton in last week’s presidential election.

Speaking at the Oxford Union during a trip to the U.K. Wednesday evening, Lewandowski told Americans protesting the election result that they ought to do so “respectfully” and accept that Clinton lost.

“With 11 days to go in this election cycle, something amazing happened. The FBI director, James Comey, came out on a Friday and said they may be reopening the investigation into ‘crooked’ Hillary Clinton’s emails,” Lewandowski said.

“What that did,” he went on, “was remind people that there are two different rules in Washington ― those of the elites, for the privileged, and those for everybody else.”

Comey’s unprecedented move was criticized by Democrats and Republicans alike. Less than two weeks before Election Day, Comey announced the FBI was investigating new emails that could be relevant to the question of whether Clinton mishandled classified information by using a private server when she was secretary of state.

His letter was vague, creating confusion and renewed public suspicion of Clinton, who had already been cleared of wrongdoing. Comey’s letter also flew in the face of long-standing convention that the FBI and the Justice Department not give the appearance of trying to influence an election.

On Nov. 6, two days before the election, Comey announced that nothing in the newly discovered emails changed his conclusion that Clinton should face no charges.

The Clinton campaign has indicated that it believes Comey contributed to Trump’s win.

In the days after the election, Navin Nayak, the head of the campaign’s opinion research division, sent a memo to staffers that read: “Comey’s letter in the last 11 days of the election both helped depress our turnout and also drove away some of our critical support among college-educated white voters ― particularly in the suburbs. We also think Comey’s 2nd letter, which was intended to absolve Sec. Clinton, actually helped to bolster Trump’s turnout.”

Lewandowski admonished Americans demonstrating against Trump that although it’s their “right” and “privilege” to do so, they should “do it peacefully and respectfully and honor the 120 million people who voted in this election cycle.”

“Democracy works,” he said. “If you don’t like it in four years, you have the opportunity to change it. If we don’t abide by that system, then chaos ensues.”

During the final weeks of the campaign, Trump repeatedly told his supporters that the system was rigged and suggested that he would not accept the election results if he didn’t win.

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This treachery should invalidate the election.

 

James Comey made a deal with the devil. Hillary should expedite his trip to Hell. He will show up on a park bench within a year.

 

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/corey-lewandowski-james-comey_us_582dd4f7e4b058ce7aa97d7c

 

 

LONDON ― Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski credited FBI Director James Comey with giving Trump a “spring in his step” that helped him defeat Hillary Clinton in last week’s presidential election.

Speaking at the Oxford Union during a trip to the U.K. Wednesday evening, Lewandowski told Americans protesting the election result that they ought to do so “respectfully” and accept that Clinton lost.

“With 11 days to go in this election cycle, something amazing happened. The FBI director, James Comey, came out on a Friday and said they may be reopening the investigation into ‘crooked’ Hillary Clinton’s emails,” Lewandowski said.

“What that did,” he went on, “was remind people that there are two different rules in Washington ― those of the elites, for the privileged, and those for everybody else.”

Comey’s unprecedented move was criticized by Democrats and Republicans alike. Less than two weeks before Election Day, Comey announced the FBI was investigating new emails that could be relevant to the question of whether Clinton mishandled classified information by using a private server when she was secretary of state.

His letter was vague, creating confusion and renewed public suspicion of Clinton, who had already been cleared of wrongdoing. Comey’s letter also flew in the face of long-standing convention that the FBI and the Justice Department not give the appearance of trying to influence an election.

On Nov. 6, two days before the election, Comey announced that nothing in the newly discovered emails changed his conclusion that Clinton should face no charges.

The Clinton campaign has indicated that it believes Comey contributed to Trump’s win.

In the days after the election, Navin Nayak, the head of the campaign’s opinion research division, sent a memo to staffers that read: “Comey’s letter in the last 11 days of the election both helped depress our turnout and also drove away some of our critical support among college-educated white voters ― particularly in the suburbs. We also think Comey’s 2nd letter, which was intended to absolve Sec. Clinton, actually helped to bolster Trump’s turnout.”

Lewandowski admonished Americans demonstrating against Trump that although it’s their “right” and “privilege” to do so, they should “do it peacefully and respectfully and honor the 120 million people who voted in this election cycle.”

“Democracy works,” he said. “If you don’t like it in four years, you have the opportunity to change it. If we don’t abide by that system, then chaos ensues.”

During the final weeks of the campaign, Trump repeatedly told his supporters that the system was rigged and suggested that he would not accept the election results if he didn’t win.

 

STU. LMAO! You lost grow up and grow a pair.

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But, but, crime, corruption, collusion, evidence,...................

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You and I both lost in this election. I lost in the GOP primary. You lost in the general. I got over it. You are bitching like a stuck pig. LOL!

 

Oh and did you ever stop to think that your candidate just plain SUCKED!? Seriously Hillary was so friking horrible she lost to a clown like Trump. LOL!

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I see why most of u fuckers are calling for HRC. She like you blame every motherfucker except her criminal activity. America knows her past and what her entire email lying shit was all about. HRC is why she lost the chance to become the first women pres. Why do libs always have to blame others for their misfortunes?

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I see why most of u fuckers are calling for HRC. She like you blame every motherfucker except her criminal activity. America knows her past and what her entire email lying shit was all about. HRC is why she lost the chance to become the first women pres. Why do libs always have to blame others for their misfortunes?

Hmm, the world's biggest hypocrite.

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"RULE 8 ... Your school may have done away with winners and losers, but life has not. In some schools they have abolished failing grades; they'll give you as many times as you want to get the right answer. This doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to ANYTHING in real life."

- Bill Gates -

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17-lewandowski.w710.h473.jpg

 

 

This treachery should invalidate the election.

 

James Comey made a deal with the devil. Hillary should expedite his trip to Hell. He will show up on a park bench within a year.

 

 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/corey-lewandowski-james-comey_us_582dd4f7e4b058ce7aa97d7c

 

 

LONDON ― Donald Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski credited FBI Director James Comey with giving Trump a “spring in his step” that helped him defeat Hillary Clinton in last week’s presidential election.

Speaking at the Oxford Union during a trip to the U.K. Wednesday evening, Lewandowski told Americans protesting the election result that they ought to do so “respectfully” and accept that Clinton lost.

“With 11 days to go in this election cycle, something amazing happened. The FBI director, James Comey, came out on a Friday and said they may be reopening the investigation into ‘crooked’ Hillary Clinton’s emails,” Lewandowski said.

“What that did,” he went on, “was remind people that there are two different rules in Washington ― those of the elites, for the privileged, and those for everybody else.”

Comey’s unprecedented move was criticized by Democrats and Republicans alike. Less than two weeks before Election Day, Comey announced the FBI was investigating new emails that could be relevant to the question of whether Clinton mishandled classified information by using a private server when she was secretary of state.

His letter was vague, creating confusion and renewed public suspicion of Clinton, who had already been cleared of wrongdoing. Comey’s letter also flew in the face of long-standing convention that the FBI and the Justice Department not give the appearance of trying to influence an election.

On Nov. 6, two days before the election, Comey announced that nothing in the newly discovered emails changed his conclusion that Clinton should face no charges.

The Clinton campaign has indicated that it believes Comey contributed to Trump’s win.

In the days after the election, Navin Nayak, the head of the campaign’s opinion research division, sent a memo to staffers that read: “Comey’s letter in the last 11 days of the election both helped depress our turnout and also drove away some of our critical support among college-educated white voters ― particularly in the suburbs. We also think Comey’s 2nd letter, which was intended to absolve Sec. Clinton, actually helped to bolster Trump’s turnout.”

Lewandowski admonished Americans demonstrating against Trump that although it’s their “right” and “privilege” to do so, they should “do it peacefully and respectfully and honor the 120 million people who voted in this election cycle.”

“Democracy works,” he said. “If you don’t like it in four years, you have the opportunity to change it. If we don’t abide by that system, then chaos ensues.”

During the final weeks of the campaign, Trump repeatedly told his supporters that the system was rigged and suggested that he would not accept the election results if he didn’t win.

 

Had someone turned over all emails instead of deleting them while under subpoena, we wouldn't be talking about this. That person would have been disqualified and we would have had a different candidate to talk about.

 

He could have said nothing and Hilliary could have been elected and possibly facing impeachment because of these newly found emails. Would that have been fair?

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