At present fired FBI Director James Comey is basking in the klieg lights on various American Pravda media sets around the country hawking his “bitchy” new book in which there are no new explosive details about his brief time in President Donald J. Trump’s administration.
Breathless Leftists and Democrats are hoping that Comey, during one of his appearances, will finally utter that bombshell that will spell the end of the Trump “nightmare” that sees The Donald — and the America First, swamp-draining revolution he spawned — run out of D.C. with the lesson being that no one else should ever dare try to take on The Deep State Establishment.
Well, I hate to disappoint Americans who are waiting for that utterance, but it’s not coming. In fact, it’s far more likely that Comey — along with several Obama-era officials — will face legal action for their nefarious attempt to keep Trump out of D.C. (and the White House) in the first place.
As reported by The Daily Caller, a group of Republican lawmakers who still care about the rule of law and want to see justice delivered to the American people have written a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Jeff Sessions asking both to open criminal investigations into Comey, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, and recently-fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe for their roles in 1) lying about intelligence in order to spy on the 2016 Trump campaign; and 2) intentionally botching the probe into Clinton’s criminal mishandling of classified data via an unsecured private server. (Related: GOP launches “Lyin Comey” website ahead of his book tour: Won’t let disgraced former FBI director “rehabilitate his image.”)
The letter, which was posted online by Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., requests that Wray and Sessions use their respective authority to investigate “potential violation(s) of federal statutes.
In addition to DeSantis, Reps. Dave Brat of Virginia, Paul Gosar of Arizona, Claudia Tenney of New York, and several others signed the letter.
“Those in positions of high authority should be treated the same as every other American” and because of that the members want to be sure that any “potential violations of law” be “vetted appropriately,” the group of lawmakers wrote.
“In doing so, we are especially mindful of the dissimilar degree of zealousness that has marked the investigations into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, respectively,” they added.
As The Daily Caller noted further:
The group argues that Comey mishandled the Clinton email investigation, an investigation they believe to be “motivated by a political agenda.”
FBI released documents in October 2017 show that Comey started drafting a letter regarding the email probe months before the former FBI director began conducting key interviews. The letter recommended that charges not be brought against Clinton.
Comey, we have since learned, believed that Clinton was going to wipe the floor with Trump and that she was going to be a shoo-in to be his new boss. His wife and daughters thought so, too, he has said.
Didn’t happen. But what did happen was that he and the others mentioned in the letter were part of a Deep State plot to deny Trump the White House at any cost, and should he win against all odds, to deny him any peace and to ensure that his presidency was undermined daily — with investigations, wild allegations, and doubts.
From Comey’s leaking of a memo to trigger special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, to Lynch’s threat of reprisal against an FBI informant who came forward with damning information about the Uranium One scandal to Clinton’s paying for the “Russia dossier,” Republicans are seeking answers, and they are the only ones who are.
Will Sessions and Wray step up to restore some of their agency’s respect and trust?
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J.D. Heyes is editor of The National Sentinel and a senior writer for Natural News and News Target.
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