Comey-Led FBI’s Long History of Looking the Other Way

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Disgraced former FBI Director James Comey’s bureau acted lawlessly for fun it seems.

The more we learn about this organization, the less comfort America can feel about them. We know by now that Comey’s bureau participated in the attempted coup of President Trump. Meanwhile, remnants of that rat-infested agency continue their sedition.

So what was the culture of the formerly venerable organization? Corruption, that’s what.

According to The Daily Caller:

The Federal Bureau of Investigation investigated at least 14 employees since 2016 for unauthorized disclosures of bureau information and fired at least four, according to documents released Tuesday.

Several of the FBI employees were recommended for termination, but received lighter punishments, such as suspension without pay.

Tom Fitton, the president of Judicial Watch, said that the documents reveal “lenient treatment for evident criminal activity.”

He also suggested that one of the investigations involved Andrew McCabe, the former deputy FBI director who was fired for lying to FBI investigators about authorizing leaks to the press about the investigation of Hillary Clinton.

What a shocker!

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McCabe managed to avoid prosecution. Even though he was fired and the circumstances were referred for a criminal investigation, nothing materialized.

DC Continues:

The documents released Tuesday do not identify McCabe. But the first investigation referenced in the reports matches up closely with what is known of the McCabe probe.

McCabe was fired March 16, 2018,  after the FBI’s Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) and the Justice Department’s inspector general found that he lacked candor during multiple interviews about his authorization of disclosures to the press. McCabe authorized a top aide, Lisa Page, to speak to a Wall Street Journal reporter in October 2016 for an article about the FBI’s investigations of Hillary Clinton. The article revealed previously unreported details about the FBI’s investigation of the Clinton Foundation.

The summary says that the official had a “remarkable performance record” and “was facing unprecedented challenges and pressures” at the bureau. But the report said that the official’s lack of condor was “incompatible with the FBI’s Core Values.”

Let’s cut to the chase. These documents don’t have to name names for us to know who they reference. And McCabe isn’t  the only one to walk away with a slap on the wrist for criminal mischief.

The Dominoes Start Falling

Back in May, Trump suggested the FBI put their eggs in the wrong basket.

“I think a number of people,” Trump said. “They have unsuccessfully tried to take down the wrong person. If you look at Comey, if you look at McCabe, if you look at probably people higher than that, if you look at Strzok, if you look at his lover, Lisa Page, his wonderful lover.”

The mainstream media ridiculed his statement, but here we are, three months later, and more proof validates the President.

The Daily Caller continues:

Another investigation, which was closed June 6, 2017, found that a senior executive at the FBI misused a bureau database and provided sensitive information to a former FBI employee. OPR recommended that the employee be suspended without pay for 15 days, but they ultimately received a letter of censure.

An employee investigated in 2017 was recommended for termination but received a 45-day suspension without pay. In an investigation that ended on Jan. 16, 2019, an employee received a 60-day suspension, though they were recommended for dismissal.

Another employee investigated in 2016 misused the FBI database and made unauthorized disclosures of classified, law enforcement-sensitive or grand jury materials. The employee received a 12-day suspension without pay. OPR recommended a 30-day suspension on Feb. 20, 2018 for one employee for improper handling of FBI materials, and an unauthorized disclosure. The employee received only a 10 day suspension.

Republican lawmakers have focused heavily on FBI and Justice Department leaks, especially regarding the Trump-Russia investigation. It is unclear from the new documents whether any of the 14 investigations involved information related to that probe.

Bring On Barr

AG William Barr is still untangling the the mess democrats made. His May testimony confirms the Justice Department is in the middle of several criminal leak investigations. Of course Barr didn’t elaborate as to whether he’s focused on FBI, Justice Department, or other government employees. But we can easily connect the dots, especially when Rod Rosenstein pegged Comey as a “partisan pundit.”

However, DC notes:

On May 29, the Justice Department’s inspector general said that a former FBI official was investigated for having “dozens” of unauthorized media contacts, and accepting gifts from a reporter. The official, who was not identified, was allowed to retire from the bureau.

The inspector general revealed on Oct. 16, 2018 that a senior FBI official received sports tickets from a national TV journalist, “in violation of federal regulations.”

The Justice Department declined prosecution of the official, who also retired.

James Comey, the former FBI director, was also investigated for potential mishandling of classified information. The probe centered on memos that Comey gave to a friend shortly after he was fired on May 9, 2017 as FBI chief. Comey testified on June 7, 2017 that he shared the memos, which were summaries of conversations he had with President Trump, in order to force the appointment of a special counsel.

Horowitz determined that two of the memos that Comey gave his friend contained information that the FBI deemed to be classified. But the Justice Department decided not to prosecute Comey for mishandling classified information, reportedly because there was not enough evidence he willfully broke the law.

So once again, we have evidence of Comey’s complete lack of competence. The question is this. When will Barr make his next move? Because its time Comey face the music.