Comey’s Worthless Memo’s Should Not Be Taken Seriously



Former FBI Director Jim Comey refused to recommend charges against the Clinton Crime Dynasty in 1996 after evidence was discovered that multiple $200,000 payment’s to secure a pardon and sentence commutation had been made.

Via: Wikipedia

Carlos Vignali had his sentence for cocaine trafficking commuted, after serving 6 of 15 years in federal prison.


Almon Glenn Braswell was pardoned of his 1983 mail fraud and perjury convictions. In 1998 he was under federal investigation for money laundering and tax evasion charges. Braswell and Carlos Vignali each paid approximately $200,000.

Is it any wonder why Barack Obama would want to appoint Comey as FBI Director to help cover up for his 2 terms of unrestrained lawlessness? The Comey memos are as worthless as the notebook paper they were scribbled on. In deciphering a message we should always judge the whether the messenger is credible. That ship sailed decades ago.

Comey is a caricature of how the elitist insider network in DC operated at its climax under the Obama Administration. A microcosm of a system that rewarded dishonesty (Susan Rice) and long prioritized politics and ideology over truth and transparency.

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