FBI’s James Comey was Clinton insider
The FBI director that was fired by President Trump, James Comey, was a Hillary Clinton insider. His career actually highlights the unhealthy relationship that exists between major corporations and the political elite.
Published: May 23, 2017, 10:15 am
Comey had helped the Clintons walk free after criminal investigations into the Whitewater real estate investments of Bill and Hillary Clinton, and was richly rewarded for his trouble, says Roger Stone, a Trump advisor. The fired FBI director was part of “the swamp that President Trump promised to drain, and removing Comey was the first major step” Stone explained.
Former President Barack Obama had appointed the Republican James Comey to lead the Buro, but new evidence shows that Comey “was only appointed because he was implicated in the Clintons’ corruption”.
Obama appointed the political insider because he had trusted Comey not to target the establishment he was a part of.
Comey had and still has numerous ties to the Clinton political operation. His brother, Peter Comey is an executive at DLA Piper, the law firm responsible for filing the Clinton Foundation’s taxes and James holds the mortgage for his brother’s mansion.
This is a direct financial link tying Comey and the Clinton Foundation, suggesting that while he was investigating Hillary, he may not have been eager to find transgressions by the Clintons, allowing their crimes to go unpunished during his three-year term leading the FBI.
He had been involved with the Clinton network for decades, according to Stone. In 1996, James Comey acted as the deputy special counsel for the Senate committee investigating the Whitewater scandal. The Senate was investigating shady real-estate loans authorised while Bill Clinton was governor of Arkansas.
Jim Guy Tucker, Bill Clinton’s successor as governor, was convicted of fraud and sentenced to four years of probation for his role in the matter, and Clinton’s associates served prison sentences for contempt of court because they had refused to answer questions relating to Whitewater that would have implicated the Clintons.
“Many people connected to the Whitewater company were arrested and charged with over 40 crimes, yet the Clintons remained unscathed. James Comey acknowledged that Hillary Clinton obstructed the investigation and destroyed evidence, yet he decided not to prosecute due to lack of ‘intent’,” says Stone.
“After observing the soft-handed approach Comey took investigating the Clintons, Obama appointed him in 2013. James Comey repeated his past, 23 years after the original Whitewater investigation. Again, he decided not to press charges — this time for Hillary’s mishandling of classified information, even after condemning her actions. The same phony ‘intent’ excuse was used.”
James Comey essentially enforced the two-tiered justice system where the political elite live free from consequence and was handsomely rewarded for this.
After leaving the Department of Justice in 2005, Comey worked in the lucrative private sector. Stone suggests Comey was hired as the General Counsel for Lockheed Martin — the largest recipient of contracts from the Department of Defense, and paid over $6 million before leaving the corporation in 2010 as a reward for helping the Clintons. Because right after Comey left Lockheed Martin, he became a partner of the Clinton Global Initiative and mysteriously won no less than 17 contracts from the Hillary Clinton State Department.
James Comey left Lockheed Martin as a very wealthy man and joined the board of directors of HSBC Holdings, a British bank and long-time partner of the Clinton Foundation.
Meanwhile the unsolved case of Democratic National Committee data analyst Seth Rich’s death shares some eerie similarities with many mysterious deaths of individuals linked to the Clintons.
Fox News, via anonymous FBI sources, confirmed that murdered DNC staffer Rich was the WikiLeaks source for leaks which proved that the DNC was intentionally undermining the campaign of Bernie Sanders to improve Hillary’s chances of winning.
His death is now listed on the “Clinton DeadPool“, a long list of names that the Clinton’s have allegedly gotten rid of to get ahead in the world of politics and power.
Dozens of people have died mysterious deaths by unknown assailants and often just before they were set to release incriminating evidence concerning the Clintons’ activities.
Rich had worked for the Democratic National Committee as a data analyst and reportedly sent more than 44 000 DNC emails to WikiLeaks, from January 2015 through the end of May 2016, as WND reported.
The leaks were cited by Democrats as an explanation for Clinton’s election loss, with the media accusing the “Russians” of “hacking” into the DNC’s database.
In one email released by WikiLeaks, Clinton campaign Chairman John Podesta said he’d like to “make an example” out of the person who leaked the emails.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has suggested that Rich was the insider leak and offered a reward for information concerning his untimely death.
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