The fate of James Comey will be decided soon and, according to sources inside the Department of Justice, things are not looking good for the disgraced former FBI director.
The DoJ’s Inspector General’s office has been investigating the conduct of the top levels of the FBI during former President Barack Obama’s administration.
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What they’ve found has reportedly shaken up even veteran lawmen — and that could mean very bad news for Comey.
Under Comey, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton walked free despite the FBI discovering a mountain of evidence that her illegal email server compromised state secrets.
Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch was never charged despite her secret tarmac meeting with former President Bill Clinton at the height of his wife’s criminal investigation.
Under Comey, FBI agents texted each other to conspire against then-Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump — text that possibly revealed “coordination between high-ranking officials in the Obama administration, CIA, FBI, Justice Department and former Senate Democratic leadership in the early stages of the Russia investigation,” Fox News reported.
And Comey himself has admitted that during Trump’s first weeks in office, he was leaking classified information harmful to the Trump administration to the mainstream media.
Those scandals never went away. For months, the Inspector General’s office has been investigation Comey and his colleagues over their behavior.
What they found is reportedly shocking — and it’s coming out very, very soon, retired FBI Agent and top law enforcement analyst James Gagliano said.
Sources with knowledge of the impending DOJ Inspector General Report confirm that it will be a fairly damning indictment of FBI's seventh floor during the Comey era.
"It's worse than expected," seems to be the consistent theme …
— James A. Gagliano (@JamesAGagliano) May 9, 2018
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That is some very, very bad legal news for Comey.
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