Lou Dobbs – FBI Director Comey Cave On Clinton
A Dark Day In American History
Lou Dobbs highlights some of the many instances on video of Hillary Clinton saying one thing and then having it refuted by the facts, what we would normally refer to as lying.
He raises some of the issues brought up by James Comey, including his tepid assertion that “It is likely that some of the work emails weren’t turned over.” Really, Director, you’ve got the server, were your forensic hotshots not able to come up with any of those so as to be able to determine that definitively?
After pointing out a Clinton claim last March that all of her emails had been delivered to the State Department, Dobbs quotes Director Comey as saying in his briefing that it was “likely there were work-related emails that weren’t turned over.
Dobbs describes the FBI Director as “being generous to a fault.” H said, “Clinton didn’t turn over even half of all of her emails. In fact, Mrs. Clinton deleted more emails than she turned over to investigators. In my opinion Director Comey chose not to take questions from reporters in part because he didn’t want to even try to explain that contradiction.”
Mr. Dobbs says, “The internal contradictions of his statement and Mr. Comey’s creation of new language to describe Mrs. Clinton’s obvious conduct as ‘extremely careless’ amount to a pathetic effort to avoid the words ‘criminal gross negligence.’ And I believe Comey’s comments today amount to less an exoneration of Mrs. Clinton than a further revelation of her deficiencies of character as well as a further demonstration of the far-reaching politicization of the Obama administration and corruption in high places throughout our federal government.”
Dobbs adds, “This is truly a dark day in American history.”