FBI Director James Comey should resign, according to everyone who will not vote for Hillary Clinton on November 8th. The way he gave her a free pass while admitting she did wrong made the bureau a laughingstock to the nation. Most credibility (if not all) was lost. Heck, Comey even implied that anyone other than Clinton would’ve been in big trouble for doing what she did with her emails.
Here’s former U.S. Attorney Joseph DiGenova’s take…
From BizPac Review:
FBI Director James Comey should resign, according to former U.S. Attorney Joseph DiGenova, after giving immunity deals to Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff Cheryl Mills and four other aides in the investigation over the former Secretary of State’s use of a private email server for government business.
Matthew Whittaker, another former federal attorney, told The Daily Caller News Foundation that Congress should know why the Clinton aides were “treated differently than any other investigation has ever been done.”
Mills got the immunity deal after refusing to let investigators examiner her computer, according to the Associated Press, which first reported on Friday the multiple agreements shielding key figures in the Clinton emails scandal from prosecution.
“This now gets to the point of a serious question as to the director’s fitness for office,” DiGenova told TheDCNF. He said a grand jury should have been convened and they should have issued a subpoena for Mills’ computer.
“You go to a federal judge, you get a grand jury subpoena and you fight that out. He didn’t want to do that. And neither did the Justice Department,” DiGenova said.
“The contours of this investigation are so embarrassing to the FBI because it is now clear that they immunized people who had criminal exposure and did not conduct a proper investigation before they gave immunity,” he said.
DiGenova called for Congress to hold hearings with Comey testifying under oath and to consider sanctions such as censorship or impeachment. Such a hearing is scheduled for Sept. 28, 2016, before the House Judiciary Committee.
DiGenova’s comments echoed the remarks by Rep. Jason Chaffetz, the Utah Republican who is chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
Chaffetz revealed the immunity deals to AP, saying he was “absolutely stunned” the FBI granted multiple immunities to key potential witnesses.
When Comey was asked by Congress if Hillary “lied to the public,” he said he wasn’t qualified to answer.
When he was asked if Hillary “would be granted FBI security clearance,” Comey said it would be a “very important consideration.”
The real reason Comey refused to go after Hillary? (See meme below)…S