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FBI: A Disturbance in The Force

There is no doubt FBI Director James Comey has damaged the reputation of the FBI, and tainted this nation’s equal justice doctrine by using his department as a cover for Hillary Clinton and her overtly obvious guilt in her scandals. It is worth noting that Comey’s FBI is dictated to by the DOJ’s AG Loretta Lynch, who is coordinated by the White House. We can only imagine what was either promised to Comey if he went along … or threatened if he didn’t. Yeah, there’s a bit of a path of destruction for opponents of both Obama and the Clintons.

It looks as though rank and file veterans within the FBI have a really foul taste in their mouths over this current politicization of the agency … Which is why it was a little alarmingly hilarious for Comey to insinuate it was Congress politicizing his investigation of Clinton.

However, as the bodies of blinding evidence mount and mount and threaten to avalanche down on top of Hillary Clinton, and this administration, seasoned veterans of the FBI are alarmed and frustrated over the director’s own political favoring and contortions in the Clinton investigation and are viewing it is a threat to the FBI’s longstanding trustworthiness and integrity and some agents are ready to revolt

Veteran FBI agents say FBI Director James Comey has permanently damaged the bureau’s reputation for uncompromising investigations with his “cowardly” whitewash of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of classified information using an unauthorized private email server.

Feeling the heat from congressional critics, Comey last week argued that the case was investigated by career FBI agents, “So if I blew it, they blew it, too.”

But agents say Comey tied investigators’ hands by agreeing to unheard-of ground rules and other demands by the lawyers for Clinton and her aides that limited their investigation.

“In my 25 years with the bureau, I never had any ground rules in my interviews,” said retired agent Dennis V. Hughes, the first chief of the FBI’s computer investigations unit.

Instead of going to prosecutors and insisting on using grand jury leverage to compel testimony and seize evidence, Comey allowed immunity for several key witnesses, including potential targets.

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“The FBI has politicized itself, and its reputation will suffer for a long time,” Hughes said. “I hold Director Comey responsible.”
Agreed retired FBI agent Michael M. Biasello: “Comey has singlehandedly ruined the reputation of the organization.”

The accommodations afforded Clinton and her aides are “unprecedented,” Biasello added, “which is another way of saying this outcome was by design.” He called Comey’s decision not to seek charges “cowardly.”

“Each month for 27 years, I received oral and computer admonishments concerning the proper protocol for handling top secret and other classified material, and was informed of the harsh penalties, to include prosecution and incarceration,” for mishandling such material, he pointed out. “Had myself or my colleagues engaged in behavior of the magnitude of Hillary Clinton, as described by Comey, we would be serving time in Leavenworth.”

Former FBI official I.C. Smith knows a thing or two about Clinton corruption. After working at FBI headquarters as a section chief in the National Security Division, he retired as special agent in charge of the Little Rock, Ark., field office, where he investigated top Clinton fundraisers for public corruption and even Chinese espionage.

“FBI agents upset with Comey’s decision have every reason to feel that way,” Smith said. “Clearly there was a different standard applied to Clinton.”

“I have no doubt resourceful prosecutors and FBI agents could have come up with some charge that she would have been subject to prosecution,” the 25-year veteran added. “What she did is absolutely abhorrent for anyone who has access to classified information.”

Smith said Congress should subpoena the case’s agents to testify about the direction they received from Comey and their supervisors: “It would be interesting to see what the results would be if those involved with the investigation were questioned under oath.”

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It is quite obvious FBI Director James Comey is trying his damnedest to delay further investigation of Hillary Clinton until after the November election.

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