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JAMES AND THE GIANT BREACH

Michael Ahrens - April 15, 2018

James Comey didn’t just break FBI protocol by leaking information to the press, he lied about it to Congress.  

 

On May 3, 2017,  Comey testified that he “never” acted as an “anonymous source in news reports relating to the Trump investigation or the Clinton investigation.”

But on June 8, 2017, Comey admitted that he had a friend “share the content of the memo with a reporter” because he thought it “might prompt the appointment of the special counsel.”

According to Constitutional Law Professor Jonathan Turley, Comey’s admission was “deeply troubling from a professional and ethical standpoint” and a violation of FBI rules.

CNN Law Enforcement Analyst and 25-Year FBI Veteran 

Chief White House Correspondent, The New York Times

Comey’s decision to leak information and then lie about it is just more evidence of his true higher loyalty – to himself.


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