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Comey violated policy by leaking memos

Comey violated policy by leaking memos

Former FBI director James Comey violated department policy by leaking memos about private conversations he had with President Trump in 2017, said the Justice Department. In an 83-page report released on Thursday, the Inspector General criticized Comey for the leaked memos which eventually leading to the appointment of special counsel Robert Mueller.

KCooper
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Adam Marceau
Adam Marceau 1 year

the idea that this tool is not going to be prosecuted just shows how much of a police state we already live in. and they want us to give up our guns..... you get the lead first

porcus
porcus 1 year

He really should be indicted.

michael zubas
michael zubas 1 year

The Establishment stratches the back of the establishment

ManTampon
ManTampon 1 year

The idea of Left vs right seems to be a gigantic sham. It's the upper vs the lower. There is no accountability for these entrenched swamp monsters.

Adam Marceau
Adam Marceau 1 year

the idea that this tool is not going to be prosecuted just shows how much of a police state we already live in. and they want us to give up our guns..... you get the lead first

Nathan Hatfield
Nathan Hatfield 1 year

Rules for thee not for me.

Highlander
Highlander 1 year

Comey took the fake dossier to Trump fir w reasons. First to use it to threaten Trump to fall in line with the Deep State and second so he could give it credibility before he leaked it to the press. Comey and Mueller are both low level DS operatives who used their positions in the FBI to enrich themselves

Christopher Radic
Christopher Radic 1 year

why the hell do you think Trump fired him ... ! I like how the Democrats like to spread their fake news and then turn it around and try to persecute Trump when they're the ones that are supposed to be persecuted ... and put on trial .. then you watch them get away with it.. Hillary Clinton is one example in...

nate opgenorth
nate opgenorth 1 year

What message does this send? If they are worried about political fallout, they should have just waited until after the elections to make a decision. I’m not saying lock him up but plea the guy out and take his access and put him on a suspended sentence at minimum. For the love of our public integrity!

Angry Mister Yellow Face!
Angry Mister Yellow Face! 1 year

Ofcoarse they decline, ofcoarse they do...never trust these assholes to take out the garbage because they are all in the same trash bag!

Heinz Peepo
Heinz Peepo 1 year

DOJ not doing the job we are forced to pay them to do at gun point for... reasons.

Alex Stovall
Alex Stovall 1 year

🤡 world

darkwingsmurf
darkwingsmurf 1 year

Once again someone is found to have broken the law and aren’t going to be prosecuted

Evil Smoo
Evil Smoo 1 year

Well, a policy isn't a law. So no, you can't prosecute that. You can fire someone for breaking policy, that's about it. And if a small orange child already fired them, there's not much left to do.

Princess Pea
Princess Pea 1 year

Well, imagine my shock! A high profile person skirts justice and gets away with breaking the law?! That never happens!

IIZard
IIZard 1 year

seems like injustice

CoLpOeSnED
CoLpOeSnED 1 year

It's a club, and you're not in it

Petri Fide
Petri Fide 1 year

The deep state is alive and totally corrupt

Julian
Julian 1 year

The only way to bring back accountability is violence.

mcpimpen
mcpimpen 1 year

Looks like our "justice system" only applies to workers.

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