Comey: Belief Clinton Would Win Election ‘Factor’ in Email Probe

Former FBI chief James Comey said his belief that Hillary Clinton would be elected president in 2016 “was a factor” in his handling of the probe into her misuse of a private email server while she was secretary of state.

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2 Thoughts to “Comey: Belief Clinton Would Win Election ‘Factor’ in Email Probe”

  1. Brian McMurphy

    Just doin’ my job, Boss. Didn’t want your foregone victory tainted like I’m doing to Trump.

    When you see that these strictly political figures run the FBI, the CIA, the DOJ, the IRS – you must concede that our government is no longer by or of the people and can no longer be trusted with the power they were given.

    I’m sick of those that add the nomenclature “I’m not talking about the rank and file who do yeoman’s work everyday”.

    Bullcrap. The 95% make the 5% look bad. They are all crooks and the fish rots from the head. When Comey’s contemporary at the CIA voted for a Communist for President and was allowed to take office, that is all that needs to be said.

  2. Steve L.

    After hearing Comey’s version my belief was that HRC ordered Comey to release that “reopening the investigation” information just days before the election. Does anyone really believe he did that on his own? He was bought and paid for. Hillary believed she would still win big and that his statements prior to the election would defuse any “illegitimacy” claims by Conservatives. HRC’s echo chamber of advice, created by her violent temper and vindictive nature, did her in. She just did not understand how much the Deplorable’s despised and feared her.