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February 6, 2018
Does James Comey have a perjury problem?
Does James Comey have a perjury problem? A look at his past testimony with Congress, saying he had never heard of Russia's gas giant, Gazprom, might just suggest that. Last year, in testimony before the House on supposed Russian meddling in the last U.S. election, Comey held this exchange:* Rep. Jackie Speier (D., Ca): Do you know anything about Gazprom, Director? FBI Director James Comey: I don't. Speier: Well, it's a -- it's an oil company. The exchange flabbergasted Russians. Never heard of Gazprom, the biggest and most powerful company in Russia? Seriously? And more to the point, the very company Carter Page had been a consultant for, his Russia ties the basis for all the suspicions about him? It doesn't sound as though Comey is telling the truth here. The news from the Nunes Memo, showing that the Steele Dossier, a political opposition research packet, with all its unverified content, was the trigger point for the FBI's...(Read Full Post)