Disgraced FBI Director James Comey has been in the news quite a bit lately for his unbelievable acts of borderline treason against our country. He’s not only been leading illegal acts of sabotage against our President, but he’s been caught lying his butt off numerous times while under oath, where we learned recently he predetermined the outcome of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email by not even investigating her. Now Comey has been busted in another major felony, after an investigator is coming forward with “amazingly dirty” details about Comey’s friend, as the former FBI director’s little anti-Trump party continues be ripped apart with these new investigations.
In order to cover his tracks, Comey tried to claim “attorney-client privilege” after leaking FBI stolen documents to his friend by the name of Daniel Richman, where Comey swore under oath that they were “just friends.” But now we’re learning Comey’s sworn testimony before Senate investigators was another whopper from the pit of hell, as Richman’s true identity is being revealed. Now we’re learning that Richman wasn’t a friend at all, but a personal attorney of Comey’s. Gateway Pundit reports:
According to reports, the fired bureau head is pulling what The Federalist‘s Sean Davis believes is “amazingly dirty,” claiming attorney-client privilege after leaking “stolen documents,” to friend Daniel Richman, who he now says is his lawyer — a title Comey did not reveal Richman had during his sworn testimony before Senate investigators last July.
This is amazingly dirty pool. Comey is making this claim in order to assert attorney-client privilege over his illegal leaks to the professor, whom previously Comey described to Congress only as a friend. https://t.co/VPw8ktPrvA
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) January 23, 2018
“The person to whom Comey leaked stolen FBI documents and who later leaked them to NYT now claims to be Comey’s attorney. Comey described him only as “a friend” in sworn testimony before Congress,” added Davis.
The person to whom Comey leaked stolen FBI documents and who later leaked them to NYT now claims to be Comey's attorney. Comey described him only as "a friend" in sworn testimony before Congress. pic.twitter.com/VMXW1tNtj8
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) January 23, 2018
The New York Times also reported Tuesday that Mueller’s team interviewed former FBI director James Comey last year. Asked about the Times report, Columbia Law School professor Daniel Richman said in an email to BuzzFeed News that he is one of Comey’s lawyers and that they would decline to comment. Richman was responsible for sharing the contents of one of Comey’s memos about his communications with Trump with a reporter, at Comey’s request.
“Comey told the Senate Intel Committee in July of last year that he asked friend Daniel Richman to leak to the press a memo regarding conversations he shared with President Trump,” Gateway Pundit went on.
Here’s Comey before the Senate investigators, lying his ass off under oath, which is something he’s become extremely talented at over the past year:
New York Times has referred to Richman as a “longtime confidant and friend of Mr. Comey’s,” and his Columbia University biography states he is an “adviser to FBI Director James B. Comey.”
In his sworn testimony, Comey told Senate members his motivation behind leaking the documents, stating “I thought it might prompt the appointment of a special counsel.”
Newly released documents obtained by Fox News reveal that then-FBI Director James Comey’s draft statement on the Hillary Clinton email probe was edited numerous times before his public announcement, in ways that seemed to water down the bureau’s findings considerably.
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, sent a letter to the FBI on Thursday that shows the multiple edits to Comey’s highly scrutinized statement.
What’s also suspicious is that Comey’s former Chief of Staff has just suddenly resigned, where many are speculating that his sudden departure was a way to cover the FBI’s dirty tracks as the investigation into the FBI continues to heat up. His resignation comes right on the heels of the FISA memo about to be dropped, and the DOJ’s announcement earlier this week that they’ve launched an investigation to find the 50,000 texts that the FBI supposedly “lost.”
Federal law enforcement sources told Fox News that Rybicki was not fired. His departure, they said, has “been in the works for awhile.”
“Jim Rybicki notified me last month that he will be leaving the FBI to accept an opportunity in the corporate sector,” Wray said in a statement. “While this is an exciting move for the whole Rybicki family, Jim will be dearly missed by the FBI family – and by me personally.”
Wray added: “His many years of dedication to the bureau and DOJ, his level-headed judgment and earnest professionalism, and his steady good cheer have been an asset to us all and have contributed greatly to the safety and security of our nation.”
The FBI director said he tapped attorney Zachary Harmon to replace Rybicki.
It’s time for President Trump to drain the swamp and send these swamp rats a clear message that their lawlessness will no longer be tolerated in our country.