Friday, September 1, 2017

Comey's alleged Clinton 'exoneration statement' calls Senate testimony into question

Via Billy

Fresh allegations that former FBI director James Comey began drafting an “exoneration statement” for Hillary Clinton well before interviewing her and other key witnesses have called into question his Senate testimony about why he decided to go public with his findings in the email case last summer.

In a June hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee, Comey was asked whether his decision to announce the results of the investigation was influenced by then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s infamous meeting days earlier on an Arizona tarmac with former President Bill Clinton.

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  1. Dang it, let's get this party started. That 100 year old Patriotic pecan and walnut orchard needs some nourishment, STAT!! We keep hearing how bad it all is, but we never hear what is getting done about it. They already have ONE HELL-OF-A-CASE against all these lib-turds. Where is the APPROPRIATE FRIGGIN ACTION. What about the oath to defend and protect the constitution against ALL enemies, both foreign and DOMESTIC. There should be little doubt as to who them thar DOMESTIC ENEMIES might be. Not at this point, place, and time in America's history and especially after recent seditious activities of the Progressive Turd Polishing Commie Bat-Rastards and their evil minions. Light the torches, and get the rope, we have some traitors that need their necks stretched.