Comey may have been exposed in a lie by none other than Susan Rice

Former President Barack Obama’s FBI Director James Comey may have been exposed in a lie by none other than Susan Rice. Mr. Comey had at one time told Congress that he only ever had two personal meetings with then President Obama. That now appears to have not been the truth.

This will turn out to be another lie that Mr. Comey has given out. There seems to be a growing stack of misrepresentations by the former director. He has become a very interesting part of the Grassley-Graham memo and is on track to get investigated a whole lot more. Here are the latest details.

As Written and Reported By Monica Showalter for the American Thinker:

James Comey is proving himself to be a real sneak.

According to information in the Grassley-Graham memo, the former FBI director had a meeting with the White House on Jan. 5 about supposed Russian collusion in the 2016 election and then failed to disclose it to Congress, when he was asked about it in testimony.  It turns out that the Obama inner circle, including Susan Rice, Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates, Comey, and President Obama were all pow-wowing together in the White House, and Susan Rice, who questioned whether incoming President Trump should be told at all about the Russian collusion investigation, wrote a memo to herself describing the encounter.

The fact that Comey showed up comes in direct contradiction with Comey’s sworn testimony to Congress, claiming he never met President Obama except on two unimportant occasions, the Daily Caller notes:

By failing to inform the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence about the meeting in his June 8, 2017, testimony, Comey may have deliberately and intentionally misled Congress about his interactions with the former president, especially a meeting so close to Trump entering the White House.



James Comey gets sneaky again


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