Multi-Million Dollar Money Trail – Why Comey Refused to Prosecute Hillary
A $6 million money trail has been discovered which connects Comey to the Clinton Foundation’s corrupt pay to play scandal.
Seems that Comey’s not as apolitical as congressional Democrats would have us believe.
During the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s illegal email server, director James Comey refused to recommend indictment. The former secretary of state’s deliberate mishandling of highly sensitive classified materials caused many to call for her prosecution for treason during the presidential campaign.
Others called for an investigation into the Clinton Foundation’s penchant to receive money in exchange for unfettered access, support, or favors from the Clintons.
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However, Comey wouldn’t do it. And now we know why.
As IB Times noted:
“Insiders felt that Comey was clearly protecting Clinton from the espionage and corruption charges that she would have faced from any objective FBI or Department of Justice.”
Here’s the proof those pundits were right. Comey has several conflicts of interests with the Clinton Foundation. Which means he should have recused himself from investigating Hillary. But he failed to keep that promise he made to Congress during his confirmation hearings.
Conflict of Interest #1 – HSBC
Comey joined the board of Clinton Foundation partner HSBC Holdings in 2013. That’s the same year Comey became the director of the FBI.
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Conflict of Interest #2 – Lockheed Martin
Comey worked for the defense contractor from 2005 until 2010. In his last year there, Lockheed Martin donated $250,000 to the Clinton Foundation.
Gateway Pundit reported:
“Comey served as general counsel at Lockheed Martin until 2010 when he departed with over $6 million to show for it. That same year Lockheed Martin became a member of the Clinton Global Initiative and “won 17 contracts from the U.S. State Department, which was led by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton,” Big League Politics reports.
That seems to be a fairly clear tit for tat.
Conflict of Interest #3 – Who is Peter Comey?
As Conservative Journal reports,
However, one of the most shocking (and important) conflicts of interest of note is this: Comey’s brother, Peter Comey, works for the Washington law firm DLA Piper, and serves as its “Senior Director of Real Estate Operations for the Americas.”
So, who is DLA Piper, you ask? Well, DLA Piper happens to be one of the top ten all-time career campaign donors for Hillary Clinton. On top of this, DLA Piper also happens to do the Clinton Foundation’s taxes. And if that isn’t telling enough, DLA Piper also performed the 2015 audit of the Clinton Foundation when the scandal first broke.
Per Big League Politics:
“Property records show that James Comey owns the mortgage on his brother Peter Comey’s house in Virginia. Therefore, James Comey had a direct financial relationship with a DLA Piper executive at the time he was investigating Clinton.
These relationships, though egregious, are symptomatic of the brazen culture of crony capitalism that exists in our nation’s capital. The public usually is prevented from learning these kinds of things, with the mainstream media blocking information from coming out. Sunlight is the only remedy.
When President Donald Trump finally fired James Comey as FBI director, Tucker Carlson said that everyone in Washington knows it was well past due.”
But there is more.
According to the Gateway Pundit, Comey’s brother works for the law firm that handles The Clinton Foundation’s taxes.
Ousted FBI Director James Comey’s ties to the Clinton Foundation and the conflicts of interest that lie there are too close to not raise red flags.
Comey served as general counsel at Lockheed Martin until 2010 when he departed with over $6 million to show for it. That same year Lockheed Martin became a member of the Clinton Global Initiative and “won 17 contracts from the U.S. State Department, which was led by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton,” Big League Politics reports.
Comey just so happened to have joined the board of the British bank HSBC Holdings in 2013, which just so happens to be a Clinton Foundation partner.
Noting all of this, one of the most important conflicts of interest is Comey’s brother Peter Comey’s role at the Washington law firm DLA Piper, where he serves as “Senior Director of Real Estate Operations for the Americas”.
As Big League Politics reported, “DLA Piper’s offices [shortly before the election] . . . confirmed that the law firm immediately [patched] callers through to Peter Comey’s direct line there.”
Finally, there is this additional explosive tidbit.
As the Washington Examiner reported,
Clinton Foundation officials refiled five years of tax returns Monday after admitting to errors that covered up millions in government grants and foreign donations.
An examination of the charity’s tax forms by reporters earlier this year prompted Clinton Foundation officials to undertake an “exhaustive review” of past returns, which uncovered “several additional errors,” according to foundation president Donna Shalala.
In 2010, 2011 and 2012, for example, the Clinton Foundation did not list any government grants.
The amended tax form from 2010 included $8.8 million in government grants that was not previously listed.
Overall, the refiled tax returns revealed $20.1 million in government grants that were kept off the original versions of the forms.
The Clinton Foundation audit was performed by DLA Piper, a major donor to the same charity whose tax forms it examined.
According to the foundation’s donor records, DLA Piper has given between $50,000 and $100,000 to the charity.
Other aspects of the tax returns were quietly updated to reflect additional, undisclosed contributions.
For example, the new 2011 return revealed $10 million in additional revenue that the Clinton Foundation did not originally report.
Contributions to the Clinton Foundation spiked last year as Hillary Clinton prepared to launch her campaign for president. The charity raked in $20 million more in donations last year than in 2013.
Shalala said the charity decided to refile four years of returns, on top of the 2014 return it filed Monday evening, due to the tax form’s role “as a public disclosure document for our friends, supporters, partners, and the general public.”
So there the dots.
They are easy to see. Just connect them.