The Senate Did Not Challenge Comey

Posted: 09 Jun 2017 07:29 PM PDT

Five  Things  James  Comey  Said  That  the  Senate  Did  Not  Challenge

Former FBI Director James Comey appeared before the Senate Intelligence Committee to testify regarding his tenuous relationship and subsequent firing by President Donald Trump.

Rick Wiles and the TRUNEWS team discussed the testimony of former FBI director James Comey before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday. What Mr. Comey said wasn’t nearly as surprising as what sitting members of Congress did not challenge, question, or even seem surprised about!

1. Mr. Comey intentionally leaked privileged information to the press after calling WikiLeaks “Information Porn.” In a shocking confession, Mr. Comey admitted under oath that, with premeditation, he leaked information to the press via a law professor friend from Columbia University. 

Not a single member of the committee seemed shocked, dismayed or moved in the slightest.

2. The former FBI director admitted that Lorreta Lynch, the Obama administration’s Attorney General, pressured him to downplay the Clinton investigation, and that he saw her tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton as a conflict of interest. Even as the director testified that he felt no direct pressure from President Trump regarding the Russian investigation, he DID admit that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch pressured him to call the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton merely a ‘matter’.

Once again, the members of the Senate committee did not follow up or further question this obvious meddling in the 2016 election by the Obama administration.

3. Mr. Comey admitted on record that he was never directed or ordered to drop the Flynn investigation, yet allowed that script to proliferate in the mainstream media for months. FBI DirectorComey stated that he was never once ordered or directed by President Trump to drop the investigation of General Michael Flynn and his connection with the Russians. However, Mr. Comey made no effort in the past several months since the election to dispel the notion that Mr. Trump ordered it. No one questioned him about that, either. 

4. Slanderous comments were made by Director Comey about the President’s integrity without one challenge by the Senate panel. Mr. Comey accused President Trump of being a liar, and no one defended the President, not a single Senator, Democrat or Republican. 

5.The Senate panel allowed Mr. Comey to demonize Russia for election meddling without providing one shred of evidence. The former FBI director continued to read from the Russian meddling script, and every sitting member of the committee sat there, not disagreeing in the slightest. Even thoughthere is still no evidence of Russian collusion with the Trump campaign, Mr. Comey was allowed to speak as if President Trump had already been convicted of working with Moscow. 

Now, more than ever, we need to be praying for our nation, and specifically for President Donald Trump. Even before he had won the election in a stunning defeat of the Obama-Clinton regime, the Dark State had already put their diabolical scheme in place to de-legitimize this President. It has been a never-ending battle that continues to this day, and no where was that more obvious than in the testimony before Congress of former FBI director James Comey. 

Understand this: this Dark State attack is not merely an attempt to assassinate the character of Donald Trump. This is a direct attack on the PEOPLE that elected this maverick president to office.  

When you see government officials lying, scheming, and destroying the character of President Trump and his team, then you need to know that it is an attack on YOU.


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