Another Change Revealed of Comey’s So-Called Exoneration Statement in the Clinton Case

The fact of the hacking of Hillary Clinton’s email server by Russians is almost a foregone conclusion without much thought needed. The FBI thought as much last year and that was their assessment. There has been no follow-up assessment of the damage done to national security by the hacking.

Internal documents seem to prove beyond a doubt that Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was given a pass by the FBI for the violation of national security. You can see how the statements by the FBI were watered down to almost nothing by Director James Comey’s staff. 

If you had committed such a lapse in protecting national interests, it would be a foregone conclusion that you would already be in jail. There are many past prosecutions of others to point out to back that theory up. 

As Written By Chuck Ross for the Daily Caller:

The FBI assessed last year that it was “reasonably likely” that Hillary Clinton’s private email server had been infiltrated by hostile foreign actors.

But that assessment was watered down in remarks prepared last year for then-FBI Director James Comey. It was replaced with softer language stating that it was “possible” that hostile actors had gained access to Clinton’s server, which contained thousands of classified documents.

The edit was revealed on Thursday in a letter sent by Senate Homeland Security Committee chairman Ron Johnson to FBI Director Christopher Wray.

The change is one of several made in May 2016 to Comey’s so-called exoneration statement in the Clinton case.

“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 to Wray.

He noted the recent revelations about Peter Strzok, the FBI agent who was a central figure in both the Clinton email probe and Trump …..


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