The recent discovery of transcripts indicates James Comey knowingly and willfully committed perjury in his testimony under oath before Congress in the Hitlery Clinton illegal private email server case. The transcripts prove that Comey concluded the case long before he interviewed any witnesses, a fact that has members of the Senate Judiciary Committee steaming mad and demanding answers from the FBI.
Comey can clearly be prosecuted for perjury in this case. It all depends on whether the Judiciary Committee has the testicular fortitude to do it. I certainly hope so. President Trump can’t drain the swamp alone.
“It is unclear whether the FBI agents actually investigating the case were aware that Mr. Comey had already decided on the investigation’s outcome while their work was ongoing. However, it appears that the answer to that question may be underneath some of the extensive redactions that the Department made to the transcripts,” the letter continues.
According to the letter and an ongoing investigation into the matter, Comey started drafting a statement exonerating Clinton in April or May of 2016. At this point, he had not interviewed Clinton herself or her closest aides. This included Bryan Pagliano, who set up the personal server where Clinton hosted and shared top secret information, and Chief of Staff Cheryl Mills, who was granted immunity. On July 5, 2016, Comey made his public statement that the FBI would not be referring Clinton to the Department of Justice for prosecution.
You can read the letter, which contains excerpts from the transcripts, below.