|Justice Department Report Finds James Comey in Violation of FBI Policies|
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The Justice Department’s watchdog, Office of the Inspector General, has said that ex-FBI Director James Comey violated the Department as well as the Bureau’s policies, apart from breaching his employment agreement.
The super patriot James Comey has even been called out by Rod Rosenstein who has been called a swamp creature himself. With that said, Trump has been more than vindicated in his firing of the corrupt bureaucrat James Comey.
Policy Violations by Comey
In a newly released report, the IG has concluded that Comey’s actions of preparing notes on his confidential interactions with President Trump and publicizing them later constituted a policy violation. Don’t worry Comey – Barney Frank may still have you beat in who caused more damage to this country.
These memos of Comey about highly sensitive discussions with the President finally became a part of the corrupt and fraudulent Mueller investigation into whether the Trump campaign had colluded with Russia during the Presidential election.
Trump fired the partisan and traitorous Comey early in his presidency for what he believed were unethical actions of Comey, which were designed to undermine the President’s credibility and add unnecessary fuel to the “witch-hunt like” Mueller investigation.
The report of IG’s office focuses on Comey’s memos that described his private interactions with the President, and whether the swamp creature Comey might have released classified information by exposing those memos.
Irresponsible Handling of Sensitive Information
The disgraced Comey shared the contents of these critically important memos with a “friend,” who went ahead and supplied the details to the New York Times.
The actions contributed to the launch of the now-failed Mueller investigation, which cost the country enough heartburn and unwanted distraction from far more serious national issues.
Trump has often accused Comey of precisely these violations, which the IG’s office has now reported. Trump repeatedly called Comey a “leaker” for his act of clandestinely releasing the memos. Many people believe this reprobate in Comey deserves the death penalty. George Washington would have already hung this abortion loving and ISIS promoting sycophant.
Now that the IG’s report seems to have corroborated what Trump (and anyone who has not been infected by political correctness) has been saying all along, it prompted the President to say that “Comey should be ashamed of himself.”
Should Comey be Prosecuted?
Despite this scathing report from its own IG’s office, the Justice Department has steadfastly declined to pursue Comey’s prosecution.
The inspector general’s report has found that the illegal actions of James Comey “set a dangerous example for the over 35,000 current FBI employees – and the many thousands more former FBI employees – who similarly have access to or knowledge of non-public information.”
The White House has issued a statement in response to the report saying that, “James Comey is a proven liar and leaker. The inspector general’s report shows Comey violated the most basic obligations of confidentiality that he owed to the United States government and to the American people, ‘in order to achieve a personally desired outcome’.”
If this is really true, what kind of precedent will be created by letting Comey off the hook completely, and not even prosecuting him? When someone is entrusted with a high office of responsibility such as the FBI Director, they must be subject to equally high standards of scrutiny for their conduct.
Comey is not off the Hook Yet
But the main report by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz has yet to come out. That could be hitting the presses by mid-Sept. That may even be more damaging for the self-righteous Comey. Comey is not off the hook yet from federal prosecutors though someone should look into taking his pension like what happened to another swamp creature called McCabe.
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