BREAKING: Comey JUST Caught RED-HANDED, And Even A LAWYER CAN’T SAVE HIM

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Sean Brown AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

We’ve learned a lot about how the FBI worked to thwart the candidacy of President Trump during the election, and the latest bit of information might be the worst yet.

As many are aware, demoted FBI Agent Peter Strzok and his mistress Lisa Page discussed through text messages plans to make sure President Trump never won the election. Well, he ended up winning, as we all now know, and now we’re learning a lot more about what happened behind the scenes as America thought our government remained impartial.

One of the most influential aspects of the election was the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s illegal use of a private email server. Clinton, who has a history of corruption, claimed ignorance over the fact she had broken numerous federal laws by even having a private server.

Of course, her lies were reaffirmed by disgraced FBI Director James Comey, who created a new statute to let Clinton off the hook – requiring intent to violate national security laws. During a congressional testimony in which Comey was under oath, he testified that he hadn’t been pressured to wrap up the investigation by a certain time or otherwise do anything to help Clinton.

According to Breitbart News, their exchange is below:

GRASSLEY: Was the Clinton investigation named Operation Midyear because it needed to be finished before the Democratic National Convention. If so, why the artificial deadline? If not, why was that the name?

COMEY: Certainly not because it had to be finished by a particular date. There’s an art and a science to how we come up with codenames for cases. They — they assure me it’s done randomly.

Sometimes I see ones that make me smile and so I’m not sure. But I can assure you that — that it was called Midyear Exam, was the name of the case. I can assure you the name was not selected for any nefarious purpose or because of any timing on the investigation.

Well now there’s a major issue with his testimony – it appears as if Comey perjured himself. Text messages between Strzok and Page reveal that once it was determined Hillary would face Trump in the election, the investigation into her needed to end as soon as possible.

More from Breitbart:

One particular exchange focused on the FBI’s need to “finish” its investigation into Clinton’s email server after Sen. Ted Cruz dropped out of the 2016 presidential race, making a Clinton-Trump match up most likely. One message references “MYE,” apparently an acronym for “Midyear Exam,” the FBI’s case name for the Clinton email probe.

The exchange took place on May 4, 2016, which Johnson wrote was “after then-Director Comey began drafting his July 5 statement clearing Secretary Clinton.” The date was one day after Cruz dropped out of the presidential race.

Here is the text of the relevant messages, according to Johnson’s letter:

Ms. Page: And holy shit Cruz just dropped out of the race. It’s going to be Clinton Trump race. Unbelievable.

Mr. Strzok: What??

Ms. Page: You heard it right my friend.

Mr. Strzok: I saw trump [sic] won, figured it would be a bit…

Mr. Strzok: Now the pressure really starts to finish MYE…

Ms. Page: It sure does. We need to talk about follow up call tomorrow. We still never have.

Strzok clearly discusses “pressure” to conclude the Clinton email probe, linking the timing to the ascension of Trump as the Republican candidate most capable of securing the GOP nomination at the time.

Yikes. Now that doesn’t seem to me as if Comey was being honest, does it you?

Once again, we’ve been lied to by a man who’s said to have honesty and integrity. The question now is, by whose standards does he possess them?

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