“Crisis at the Justice Department” – Comey Blasts Barr’s Decision to Intervene in Roger Stone’s Excessive Sentencing

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Fired FBI Director James Comey blasted Barr’s decision to intervene on the abusive and excessive Roger Stone sentencing recommendation handed down by Mueller’s crooked prosecutors.

Federal Prosecutors on Monday recommended Trump confidante Roger Stone serve 7-9 years in prison for process crimes during the Mueller witch hunt.

Mueller’s prosecutors lied to the DOJ during a briefing about Roger Stone’s sentencing memo.

So in a rare move, the Department of Justice backed down from its abusive sentencing recommendation for Roger Stone.

All four prosecutors who signed Roger Stone’s sentencing memo seeking an excessive prison term of 7 to 9 years resigned like cowards on Tuesday after AG Bill Barr stepped in and smacked them down.

Now Comey is claiming there is a “crisis at the Justice Department.”

Comey was fired by Trump as FBI Director for the bureau’s failed and crooked investigation into Hillary Clinton.

Comey knowingly signed three fraudulent FISA applications to spy on Trump campaign advisor Carter Page.

Comey leaked contents of his classified memos memorializing conversations he had with President Trump in order to prompt a special counsel.

Comey was also referred for criminal prosecution and likely perjured himself.

Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) in September asked DOJ IG Horowitz to investigate allegations that Comey lied during a 2017 Senate hearing because there were “numerous” times where Comey’s testimony did not match up with what was written in Horowitz’s report.

Spare us the lecture, Comey.

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