While Americans remain split over whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump committed crimes, there should be a consensus on James Comey’s handling of both matters.
What we have here is an arrest of a man who pretended to be in the know with WikiLeaks (but wasn’t) and lied about it, and then lied about gossiping about Julian Assange in emails.
The political and investigative similarities between the TWA 800 and Hillary Clinton server cases, as well as the anti-Trump investigation, are eerie and deeply disturbing.
Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi host this episode of Federalist Radio to discuss the debatable definition of collusion and the legal problem with it.
Rep. Adam Schiff’s tweets about the Trump Tower meeting show he either doesn’t know what he is talking about regarding the Russian collusion investigation, or doesn’t care to.
The inspector general’s direct answer whether James Comey lied was curious, in that his conclusion conflicts with facts and testimony detailed in his own report.
The Justice Department inspector general report about the FBI reveals a shocking anti-Trump, pro-Hillary bias endemic to the agency’s related investigations.
James Comey and the FBI decided to come clean on Anthony Weiner’s laptop because they thought they were protecting a Hillary Clinton presidency.
‘The policy of my administration is to encourage transparency,’ Obama told CBS News during the same interview in which he lied.
Consider James Comey’s vague responses and the unlikeliness of the scenarios he describes. There has to be an explanation for this anomaly in Comey’s carefully crafted narrative.
Andrew McCabe and Democrats maintain McCabe’s firing was part of President Trump’s attack on the FBI. That’s not what this inspector general report shows.
Two explosive stories about the FBI’s handling of the probe into Russia and the Trump campaign were downplayed by a suddenly incurious press corps.
The Republican senators want to know why they weren’t informed sooner, and ask flatly whether the FBI explanation for the loss is accurate.
Former President Obama’s attorney general, Loretta Lynch, used a fake name to cover up an investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email server, indicates an admission from Lynch’s attorney.
James Comey should’ve been fired months ago.
James Comey’s letter to Congress was legitimate. And voters had every right to plug it into their electoral calculus.
‘I don’t want to hurt them, I don’t want to hurt them. . . They’re good people.’
FBI Director James Comey announced the agency hasn’t changed its position from its July announcement that Hillary Clinton shouldn’t face criminal charges.
In July, Democrats couldn’t get enough of FBI Director James Comey after he dropped an investigation of Hillary Clinton. Now that he’s reopened that investigation, they’re singing a different tune.
Today, mainstream publications have become willing accomplices in suppressing the same type of information they worked so tenaciously to expose all those years ago.
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