More Bad News For James Comey

Former FBI Director James Comey will be having some problematic memos of his own to discuss with Congress. There is a lot of attention being given to the memo that he circulated regarding Hillary Clinton’s email server and all that classified information.

The chronology of his memo writing makes it appear that he was planning to give the Clinton Camp a pass for violating national security. How else can you explain how grossly negligent became extremely careless.

While this was going on, the CIA was extremely unhappy with what they were seeing in the revealed emails. Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee is having none of it and wants some clarity. 

As Written By Chuck Ross for the Daily Caller:

CIA officials described emails found on Hillary Clinton’s private email server as “problematic” and damaging to the agency, according to summaries of interviews they gave to the FBI last May and June.

The timing of the interviews is significant because they are within a 39 day time window in which top FBI officials, including then-director James Comey, edited language in a draft memo of a statement that was to be given at the conclusion of the Clinton email probe.

A May 2, 2016 memo sent by Comey to three top bureau officials referred to Clinton’s use of a private email server to send and receive classified information as “grossly negligent.”

But according to Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, the memo was changed on or around June 10 to refer to Clinton’s actions as merely “extremely careless.”

The distinction between “grossly negligent” and “extremely careless” is significant because the former is considered a federal crime while the latter term has no legal weight.

Grassley sent a letter this week to ……..

KEEP READING THERE IS MORE HERE:

Comey Watered Down Language In Clinton Memo | The Daily Caller

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