Do These New Documents Show ‘The Fix Was In” for Hillary

Former FBI Director James Comey may have already had the fix in for Hillary Clinton, regardless of the evidence that was coming in. That is what it appears like when you look at the timeline of his memos. It is confirmed that he wrote memos about the conclusion of the Clinton email and server investigation BEFORE the investigation was completed. Aren’t you supposed to see all the evidence before you make a decision? Not if the decision was already handed to you.

As Written By Max Kutner for Newsmax:

In documents it released on Monday, the FBI confirmed that former FBI Director James Comey drafted a statement about the conclusion of the Hillary Clinton email investigation months before interviewing Clinton.

The records show that on May 2, 2016, Comey emailed Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, general counsel James Baker and chief of staff and senior counselor James Rybicki. The subject of the email was “midyear exam,” and though the email says its contents are unclassified, the body of the email is redacted in the release.

On Monday, the bureau also released a response to the May 2 email. Rybicki sent the response, dated May 16, 2016, to several colleagues: Peter Strzok, Jonathan Moffa, Baker, Trisha Anderson and E.W. Priestap. He copied McCabe and David Bowdich, the associate deputy director. In the email, which is marked “unclassified,” Rybicki wrote, “Please send me any comments on this statement so we may roll into a master doc for discussion with the Director at a future date. Thanks, Jim.”

The FBI titled the release “Drafts of Director Comey’s July 5, 2016 Statement Regarding Email Server Investigation.” That title refers to a press conference Comey held in which he said the bureau had completed its investigation into Clinton’s use of a personal email system and that it would not be recommending that the Department …….

THERE IS MORE KEEP READING HERE:

Comey Drafted Statement Ending Clinton Email Investigation Months Before Interviewing Her, FBI Confirms

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