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Hillary Clinton
Barack Obama
John Podesta
Bill Clinton
Debbie Wasserman-Schultz
James Comey
John McCain
Jeff Sessions
Rod Rosenstein
James Clapper
John Brennan
Susan Rice
Huma Abedin
Anthony Weiner
The Long List


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James Comey
James Brien Comey Jr. (December 14, 1960) was the Director of the FBI (2013-2017). As Director of the FBI Comey was incharge of investigations into the Hillary Clinton's illegal use of an offsite, unsecured server for State Department business. Though Comey admitted under oath Hillary had used that server to send and recieve higher than top secret, classified information, he decided not to press charges. We later found FBI documents that revealed then FBI Director Comey had drafted Clinton's exoneration letter prior to interviewing many key wittnesses including Hillary herself.

Investigated DNC "Hack", Ignoring Seth Rich Leads

Through a series of document releases by famous whistleblower reporting agency headed by Julian Assange Wikileaks, an enormous number of emails sent between Hillary, then DNC Chair, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Democratic Campaign ChairJohn Podesta, and media outlets such as CNN showing their fraudulent efforts to ensure Hillary would defeat Bernie in the DNC Primary and then Trump in the general election. In the aftermath of the 2016 elections, a famous class action lawsuit was litigated by attorneys

During the testimony of Roger Stone in front of the House Intellegence Committee, Congressman Adam Schiff and Congresswoman Jackie Speier The contractions continue Both FBI Director James Comey and Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson gave testimony before the House Intellegnce Committee that the FBI never recieved access to DNC servers to investigate the supposed "Russia hack", which pointed out by Congressman Trey Gowdy during .

FBI Investigation of Hillary Clinton's Insecure Email Server

Leading up to the 2016 election, published the Podesta emails and the DNC emails, both of which revealed that Hillary Clinton, her sent and recieved thousands of emails containing information on unsecured private servers installed in her residence. Each one of those is a felony if she "knowingly" jeapodized or had "gross negligence" with regaurds to the protection of classified information. The FBI Director James Comey announced that the FBI had an open investigation into Hillary Clinton's classified email server. The FBI is supposed to brief Congress on pertainent classified investigations on a quarterly basis, but Comey hid the Clinton Server Investigation investigation from Congress for 8 months. During the investigation the Department of Justice came under fire after Attorney General Loretta Lynch secretly met with the husband of the subject of the investigation, Bill Clinton allegedyly to convience her to squash the investigation.

Only after the secret meeting was revealed by journalist Christopher Sign on Bill O'Reilly's show in late June 2016, Lynch removed herself from the Clinton Investigation and . The Justice Department then leaked a story to The New York Times that Lynch would remove herself from the investigation and accept Comey’s recommendation on whether or not to prosecute the case.

(July 5, 2016)

James Comey covered for Hillary underoath by claiming she did not mean for classified information to end up on her private server and that she was extremely careless, which is a lawyer trick orchistrated by Peter Strzok to avoid the legal ramification of her gross negligence. As a result, Comey shut down the FBI investigation into Clinton's email server, only to be reopened after Comey claims he learned of the Clinton-Lynch Tarmac Meeting, just before the 2016 election.

It was also reveal from these emails and later confirmed in James Comey's testimony that then Attorney General Loretta Lynch colluded with Comey to downplay the investigation. "She told me to call it a matter." Comey said under oath, which is obstructed the publics understanding of the case.

Leaked Memos to Prompt Comey-Mentor Mueller's Witch Hunt

Comey was fired by President Trump on May 9, 2017. In defience Comey gave the New York Times a February 14, 2017, memorandum written about a one-on-one conversation he had with President Trump regarding former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn. Comey testified under oath before the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence that he authored as many as nine such memos about his one-on-one conversations with President Trump. He also admitted, regarding the “Flynn” memo, “I asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with a reporter [for The New York Times] … I asked him to because I thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel.” The New York Times published a report about the memo on May 16, 2017. Special Counsel Robert Mueller was appointed the following day.

Deputy Special Counsel on Senate Whitewater Committee

James Brien Comey Jr.
FBI Director (2013-2017)
Preceded by: Robert Mueller
Suceeded by: Christopher A. Wray
Born: December 14, 1960
Yonkers, New York
Parents: Joan (Herald) and J. Brien Comey
Education: William & Mary U. (1982)
U. Chicago Law (1985)
Professional Details
US District Judge John M. Walker Jr.: Law Clerk (1985-1987)
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher: Associate (1985-1987)
U.S. Attorney's Office: Southern District of New York Lawyer (1987-1990)
Deputy Chief (1990-1993)
US Attorney (2002-2003)
Eastern District of Virginia - Richmond Division Managing Assistant (1996-2001)
District of Virginia - Richmond Division
U. of Richmond: Adjunct Professor (1996-2001)
DOJ: Deputy Attorney General (2003-2005)
Lockheed Martin: General Counsil & Senior Vice President (2005-2010)
Bridgewater Associates: Senior Management (2010-2013)
Columbia Law: Senior Research Scholar (2013-2013)
FBI: Director (2013-2017)