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James Comey
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Posted By: Moritz55, 1/5/2020 12:54:34 PM

In October 2016, and then on two subsequent occasions, then-FBI Director James Comey lied to the secret court overseeing warrants under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Full stop. Here is that lie: I, the undersigned, having been designated as one of the officials authorized to make the certifications required by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978, as amended, do hereby certify with regard to the [redacted] requested in this verified application targeting Carter W. Page, an agent of the Government of Russia, a foreign power, as follows . . . The foreign intelligence information sought by the authorities requested herein cannot be reasonably obtained by normal investigative techniques.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: cjjeepercreeper 1/5/2020 1:08:07 PM (No. 279521)
If I held my breath waiting for his arrest I would turn blue and pass out many times. This whole thing is a freaking joke.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Hardright 1/5/2020 1:12:38 PM (No. 279526)
He's untouchable. He's a democrat.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: rochow 1/5/2020 1:13:45 PM (No. 279528)
I have callouses on my knees praying for this to happen!!! Could we get a more definite date when this fabulous event is about to occur???
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Reply 4 - Posted by: DVC 1/5/2020 1:15:13 PM (No. 279531)
This has been obvious for several years. I hope it happens, but I wonder if any high bureaucrat will EVER be held seriously responsible for these crimes.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: chumley 1/5/2020 1:17:25 PM (No. 279532)
Arrested? He should be hung like a lowly horse thief.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Pearson365 1/5/2020 1:22:51 PM (No. 279541)
So too should Obama, the leader, Hillary, Biden, Lynch and 3 to 4 dozen other Obama regime officials. But we all know that none of them will be indicted because, as Dem loyalists, they are all better than us. Only Gen Flynn, Roger Stone and George Papadopoulus faced ruinous trials and prison time because Asst AG Rosenstein and SC Mueller wanted these 3 and several others to create lies about Trump and Russian collusion. Why Rodent Rosenstein and Mueller are enjoying a nice DoJ pensions while Trump’s supporters are hoping for pardons will forever be a stain on AG Sessions and Barr.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 1/5/2020 1:30:14 PM (No. 279550)
Not just him. The list is long.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: Rolltide 1/5/2020 1:32:02 PM (No. 279556)
And John Kerry too. Hard to pick which one is the most vile, but Kerry, Comey, and Brennan are up there. Of course Obama, ValJar, Clapper, Clinton, McCabe..... on and on it goes. At least we have President Trump and the hope that at some point someone will be held accountable. They have all been exposed as being treasonous but since they are democrats, that’s only enhances their resumes.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: ToryWhite 1/5/2020 1:37:04 PM (No. 279561)
Lisa Page is the latest of the Comey cabal to take her marching orders from Comey's jejune and ultra-obtuse reactionary behavior--also courtesy of the total lack of legal accountability thus far for criminal public servants with free stay out of jail cards. Lisa is now, frequently and suddenly, sticking her nose out of the tent (as a new media darling who is probably mostly trying to get herself a new salary and fringe) as she opines on 1. The President's nefariousness (we already knew you aren't a fan, Lis) and, most hilariously, now the Iran (variously) drone attack, assassination of a (variously) well-established and brutal terrorist, poet and, possibly, mystic. Lisa, romantic at heart, might pick poet. Though "mystic" has a nice Persian ring to it. Well, we're not surprised-she may as well move on to treason on a larger geopolitical (her word, possibly) scale--along with many of her less-than-scholarly cohorts and, well, partners.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: stablemoney 1/5/2020 2:47:38 PM (No. 279628)
This is taking years too long. The DOJ has done nothing but recuse, refuse to prosecute, pretend to investigate, smudge out the documents, refuse to release any documents, fail to call a grand jury, pretend a Utah U.S. attorney was investigating the case, and otherwise do nothing. DOJ, DO YOUR JOB! You are pathetic!
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Reply 11 - Posted by: bad-hair 1/5/2020 2:56:48 PM (No. 279637)
I'm beginning to think that if it's this hard to indict and prosecute, I may have to consider a life of crime.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: davew 1/5/2020 3:17:38 PM (No. 279658)
Lying to the FISA court is the least of Comey's crimes. He conspired with Rosenstein and Mueller to have a Special Prosecutor appointed after he was fired based on the charge that the President did it to obstruct justice. Comey knew at the time that there was no evidence of Russian collusion so the plot itself was obstruction of justice at a minimum and possibly treason to overthrow the elected POTUS. I also lose patience with the wheels of justice in this and the Ukrainian corruption case as well. I think Barr and Durham know who needs to be charged and for what but the bar of proof is very high and juries can be easily politicized given the degree of press coverup that is evident. We may have to be satisfied with a political victory rather than a legal one in November 2020. As was said at the end of the twisted movie of the same name , "Forget it Jake, its Chinatown".
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Reply 13 - Posted by: bighambone 1/5/2020 3:24:54 PM (No. 279664)
High level DC super bureaucrats know that the first rule of bureaucratic survival is to always cover one’s butt and not to initiate any action that would discombobulate their political “rabbis” thus causing their removal from their appointed bureaucratically positions. That is unless the involved super bureaucrats first receive the go ahead “with a wink and a nod” in the form of plausible deniability from their political masters. And that certainly includes both the Directors of the CIA and the FBI collaborating, opening, and running a fraudulent investigation controlled by those super bureaucrats against a Presidential nominee, his campaign crew, a President-elect, and an elected President of the USA. So the directions for launching and running such an investigation could only have come from the highest level at the White House, and the Department of Justice, which means that former President Obama, Vice-President Biden and their Attorney General would have to be the people who gave that “wink and nod”.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: john56 1/5/2020 3:49:09 PM (No. 279684)
If and when Mr Comey and the other coup plotters are perp walked, I expect they will be treated as they treated folks like Paul Manafort (held without bail in solitary confinement awaiting trial) and Roger Stone (with 6 am televised raids). But I doubt it.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: DVC 1/5/2020 4:58:52 PM (No. 279722)
Comey is but one of about three dozen who deserve serious prison time.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Norway 1/5/2020 7:47:52 PM (No. 279832)
Arrested, tried, convicted, hanged.
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