By Not Prosecuting Crooked James Comey DOJ Inspector General Sets Precedent for 35,000 FBI Employees that Leaking Intel is OK for Political Reasons

On Thursday the Department of Justice Inspector General released its report on the investigation of fired FBI Director James Comey.

The report concluded: James Comey Violated Department and FBI Policies Pertaining to the Retention, Handling, and Dissemination of FBI Records and Information

The Comey report concluded that fired FBI Director James Comey stole memos and kept them at his home. But FBI officials cleared Comey saying the stolen documents did not contain “classified” material only confidential material.

The agents who categorized the memos were deep state operatives: James Baker, Bill Priestap, and lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.

This is how the Deep State operates.

Comey was also given a pass for this outrageous lie.
The fired FBI Director was asked why he stole memos on his dinner meeting with President Trump in January 2017.

 

Comey told the Inspector General he was meeting with Trump as a friend and “human being” and not as the head of the FBI.

The DOJ IG bought it and gave James Comey a complete pass for lying numerous times.

The IG set a dangerous precedent that was heard loud and clear.
If you steal and leak intel documents you will not be prosecuted.

This was reinforced by the DOJ’s decision not to prosecute Crooked Hillary.

President Trump retweeted this segment on Friday on FOX and Friends.


Former CIA operative and Democrat Strategist Bryan Dean Wright told Steve Doocy the decision by the IG not to prosecute James Comey and other members of the coup to take down President Trump sets a precedent that if you leak classified or confidential intelligence information you will get off scot free.

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