It Was Not James Comey’s Decision to Exonerate Hillary 

When FBI Director finally told America that there was nothing to prosecute with Hillary Clinton, the right screamed that the fix was in. What nobody knew at the time, was that Director Comey had been writing his exoneration remarks two months before the investigation was complete. Why was he doing that so early in the game? It turns out that he had already received his marching orders in some statements that his boss uttered about Clinton. As you read this, pay attention to the talking points between Comey and Obama. What do you think now?

As Written By Andrew McCarthy for National Review:

The thing to understand, what has always been the most important thing to understand, is that Jim Comey was out in front, but he was not calling the shots.

On the right, the commentariat is in full-throttle outrage over the revelation that former FBI Director Comey began drafting his statement exonerating Hillary Clinton in April 2016 – more than two months before he delivered the statement at his now famous July 5 press conference.

The news appears in a letter written to new FBI Director Christopher Wray by two senior Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans, Chairman Chuck Grassley and Senator Lindsey Graham. Pundits and the Trump administration are shrieking because this indicates the decision to give the Democrats’ nominee a pass was clearly made long before the investigation was over, and even long before key witnesses, including Clinton herself, were interviewed.

It shows, they cry, that the fix was in…..

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Not Comey’s Decision Exonerate Hillary Obama’s Decision | National Review

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