Remember the thunderous crapstorm that was the Clinton email investigation? It’s still unfolding. Today James Comey’s original Clinton memo was released to the public. It was originally meant to explain what he found when investigating Hillary, but ended up being heavily edited. Scrubbed of any pesky statements detailing the corrupt habits of Her Haggardness. Possibly to protect her political career. And by “possibly” I mean most definitely.
But feel free to take a peek for yourself and draw your own conclusions.
Ex-FBI Director James Comey’s original statement closing out the probe into Hillary Clinton‘s use of a private email server was edited by subordinates to remove five separate references to terms like “grossly negligent” and to delete mention of evidence supporting felony and misdemeanor violations, according to copies of the full document.
Comey also originally concluded that it was “reasonably likely” that Clinton’s nonsecure private server was accessed or hacked by hostile actors though there was no evidence to prove it. But that passage was also changed to the much weaker “possible,” the memos show.
The full draft and edits were released on the website of Senate Homeland and Government Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), providing the most complete public accounting to date of Comey’s draft and the subsequent edits.
The draft, released in full for the first time on Thursday, offers new details on the FBI’s Clinton investigation and controversial conclusion.
What it means? The FBI was catching onto Hillary’s
cauldron brewing ways “gross negligence.” Alas, the weakest FBI officials fell victim to her political sway. A hex perhaps. Either way, the crooked crone was free to continue her (failed) election journey. Her flying monkeys mopping up her mess all the while.
“The edits to Director Comey’s public statement, made months prior to the conclusion of the FBI’s investigation of Secretary Clinton’s conduct, had a significant impact on the FBI’s public evaluation of the implications of her actions,” Johnson wrote, noting recently released text messages show some senior FBI officials involved in the case harbored political hatred for Trump or preference for Clinton.
One edit that concerned Johnson was a decision to delete from Comey’s original draft a reference to the FBI working on a joint assessment with the intelligence community about possible national security damage from the classified information that passed through Clinton’s nonsecure email servers.
“We have done extensive work with the assistance of our colleagues elsewhere in the Intelligence Community to understand what indications there might be of compromise by hostile actors in connection with the private email operation,” Comey originally wrote.
Johnson goes on to question the FBI’s role “and possible interference” in the 2016 election. Rightly so. Clinton had many government officials in her withered clutches (see CORRUPT: Judge Rules to Keep Hillary Emails Hidden From Voters Until AFTER Election Day). This memo just confirms it.
Lady Clinton may have been melted by the 2016 election. But new information like this continues to prove the corrupt web which protected her runs deep (see FBI, DOJ Wanted to Investigate Hillary. Comey and Lynch Intervened…). Time to purge.
Now for a recap on the pantsuited bullet we dodged.