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    Re: Comey's Firing

    Putin offers Comey political asylum. Of course, that was arranged last year when Krooked Killary et al colluded with Putin to try to steal the election.

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    Re: Comey's Firing

    Quote Originally Posted by dawg80 View Post
    Putin offers Comey political asylum. Of course, that was arranged last year when Krooked Killary et al colluded with Putin to try to steal the election.
    Wouldn't it be funny if the real story being covered up were that HRC and company actually colluded with Putin to try and do just that, and instead Putin did the ol' bait n' switch?
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    Re: Comey's Firing

    DID COMEY TAKE OTHER GOVERNMENT RECORDS, TOO?

    Judicial Watch grills FBI over former director's leak of official docs to media

    Published: 3 hours ago

    A key watchdog on government, Judicial Watch, is demanding the FBI reveal any other government records that fired FBI Director James Comey might have taken with him when he left office, in addition to the notes about his meetings with President Trump.

    Comey has testified to Congress that he took notes on a government computer of his meetings with President Trump and later leaked them to the New York Times through a friend.
    The reporting of the notes prompted the invitation for Comey to testify before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence regarding claims that President Trump and his team colluded with the Russians to influence the 2016 election and tried to shut down investigations into the matter.
    Now, the revelation that Comey, who last year famously declined to refer Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified information for prosecution, was able to take government records with him as he left office raised questions for Judicial Watch.
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    The organization has sent a letter to acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe warning that the agency has a responsibility under the Federal Records Act to retrieve all of the government documents Comey took with him.
    The letter from Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton notes Comey “confirmed that, while in office, he created various memoranda regarding his meetings with President Trump.”
    “Mr. Comey also confirmed that, after his departure from the FBI, he provided at least some of these memoranda to a third party, Columbia Law School Professor Daniel Richman, for the purpose of leaking them to the press. Various media outlets now have reported that Professor Richman has provided these memoranda to the FBI. It is unclear whether he still retains copies of the memoranda.”
    The letter argued that’s not the proper place for government records to end up.
    “These memoranda were created by Mr. Comey while serving as FBI director, were written on his FBI laptop, and concerned official government business. As such, they indisputably are records subject to the Federal Records Act. 44 U.S.C. 2101-18, 2901-09, 3101-07, and 3301-14,” Fitton wrote.
    “The fact that Mr. Comey removed these memoranda from the FBI upon his departure, apparently for the purpose of subsequently leaking them to the press, confirms the FBI’s failure to retain and properly manage its records in accordance with the Federal Records Act.”



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