If an organization does not utilize Checks and Balances, it is Downhill from there…
Former FBI director James Comey insisted in a Fox News interview during the evening he did not violate the law when he had a friend pass on to the media memos of his conversations with President Trump, which had portions that later were determined by the FBI to be classified.
What if anything does this information lend to his credibility, the US Attorney General, Loretta Lynch, who is supposed to be the most feared law-person in America? Moreover, what does this tell any Hillary Clinton supporter who ostensibly has been let go from her email-gate scandal? “Yes, she was negligent and careless, but we determined that she was not able to be prosecuted” …James Comey.
“Special Report” anchor Bret Baier noted that the employment agreement Comey signed with the FBI prohibits the disclosure of any information related to bureau files or acquired by his employment without prior written permission from the FBI.
The Justice Department’s inspector general has opened an investigation into whether Comey leaked classified information when he disclosed the contents of the memos. A report is expected next month.
Even worse, Comey also insisted he did not exonerate Hillary Clinton in the investigation of her mishandling of classified information well before she was interviewed. And he said he still does not know for a fact that the anti-Trump dossier, with information he once described as “unverified and salacious,” was funded by the Democratic National Committee and the Hillary Clinton campaign.
From what I have been able to put together up to this point, is that the anti-Trump dossier was put together by direct colleagues of Comey’s at the FBI in addition to the self-professed spy from England, certainly, the Russians were involved as already admitted to, and paid for through the DNC.
This anti-Trump dossier should not be confused with the United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court is a U.S. federal court established and authorized under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 to oversee requests for surveillance warrants against foreign spies inside the United States and abroad. It is also known in America as the FISA court. We are expecting a full report on this bit of rubbish as well.
Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., chairman of the House Oversight Committee, said later in an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson that he learned from the interview Comey has a “definition of the word leak that no one else has.”