Comey’s Reputation as a “Dirty Cop” Confirmed by His Lawless Leaks, Sources Say

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“Much beloved” Jim Comey might not be as beloved as he would have us all believe. He is thought to be a “dirty cop” by some retired and actively serving agents according to Chris Farrell of Judicial Watch who got the information from his sources.

While the sources are anonymous, it’s no different than the guidelines the mainstream media goes by. Townhall and The Daily Caller reported the same thing from their sources last year.

If you’ll remember, Comey called Trump a liar during his testimony yesterday for saying the workforce had lost confidence in its leader. Comey said Trump defamed the Bureau.

Farrell said that Comey’s leaks are ‘lawless’ and that he betrayed his oath to the Constitution.

This has been said before.

According to an interview transcript given to The Daily Caller, provided by an intermediary who spoke to two federal agents with the bureau in October of last year, agents are frustrated by Comey’s leadership and his decision to not recommend Hillary be indicted, the Daily Caller reported.

“This is a textbook case where a grand jury should have been convened, but was not. That is appalling,” an FBI special agent who has worked public corruption and criminal cases said of the decision. “We talk about it in the office and don’t know how Comey can keep going.”

He was being labeled a “dirty cop” by some at that time, Townhall reported.

Obama swore their was no political influence, yet top Obama officials were in close contact with the Clinton campaign.

President Obama has repeatedly said that he did not put pressure on the FBI’s criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server. “I guarantee that there is no political influence in any investigation conducted by the Justice Department, or the FBI—not just in this case but in any case,” he said last April.

“Newly leaked emails obtained with a FOIA lawsuit by the RNC show top Obama Administration officials were in close contact with Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in early 2015 about the potential fallout from revelations that the former secretary of state used a private email server,” Bryon Tau reported at The Wall Street Journal.

Comey testified Thursday that Loretta Lynch asked him to refer to the Clinton investigation as the “matter”. He made him uncomfortable.

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  1. There are so many who speak about the leaked Comey memo but what I found questionable is the “reasoning” behind Comey’s remarks.

    Comey “Says” he decided to release the memo “Because” of the ‘tweet’ that Trump spoke about “Tapes”. Now, isn’t it quite odd that a person would want to release personal memos in order to thwart a possibility of “taped” evidence. If it were the other way around, that a tape would be conclusive evidence against anyone’s written word, it would be understandable. But, instead, he “Seems” to believe HIS memo is more authoritative than the possibility of an actual taped conversation.

    With all the lawyers that are on that Senate panel not a single one was even remotely inquisitive about this dilemma. I sat in disbelief when I heard that and not one had a question regarding that.

  2. Greg, I was asking myself the same thing, first Comey said “Lordy, I hope there are tapes” then he felt the need to leak his memos because of the tape tweet, nobody on the panel asked him, what the logic is behind that?

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