Director Comey has to go

Yesterday, the director of the once-irreproachable Federal Bureau of Investigation grossly misled the American people.  Director James Comey, as regards the Hillary Clinton private server scandal, boldly stated that there was no evidence that anyone deliberately mishandled classified information.

That, my friends, is a bald-faced lie.

As I indicated in a previous article, it is well nigh impossible for the Top Secret-SAP/SAR information to "inadvertently" end up on Secretary Clinton's private server.  The only way for this to happen is for someone to execute a series of deliberate actions, each of which is a felony.  The very fact that such information existed on Secretary Clinton's server is in and of itself proof of felonious conduct.  In short, Director Comey lied.

Director Comey also misled the public when he "assessed" that no prosecutor would pursue such a weak case.  Sorry, Mr. Director: although I am not an attorney and haven't ever stayed in a Holiday Inn Express, I could put together the elements of proof to support a successful prosecution of somebody involved in this.

Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation used to be looked upon as the High Priests of Law Enforcement.  After today's blatant display of public corruption, I fear that such a high compliment no longer applies.

Mike Ford is a retired infantry colonel.

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