James Comey may become the latest victim of the growing “Clinton body count.”
Sources told Clinton biographer Ed Klein that President Obama will fire the FBI director after the election at the urging of senior adviser Valerie Jarrett.
Obama and Jarrett are reportedly furious because they believe Comey damaged Hillary Clinton‘s campaign by reopening the FBI’s criminal investigation into her email server 11 days before the election and then abruptly closing it a week later.
The Daily Mail reported that it wasn’t hard for Jarrett to convince Obama to fire Comey, who has alienated everyone with his flip-flops.
“I met with friends from the FBI and Justice and they were all in agreement that Comey’s jerky decisions — opening the case against Hillary without definite cause, then closing it without consulting with his top deputies — was flabbergasting and deeply disturbing for career law enforcement and prosecutors,” a retired DOJ official told Klein.
“Whatever support and goodwill Jim had until recently has been destroyed. He has injured the Bureau and it will take a miracle for him to survive this.”
When asked by the Daily Mail for comment, a White House rep curtly replied: “I will look into this.”
James Comey has been widely criticized for his absurd mishandling of the criminal FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s unsecured email server.
Rudy Giuliani, a former federal prosecutor and ex-mayor of New York City, said the evidence that Clinton and her aides intentionally broke the law when they mass-deleted 33,000 emails and BleachBit’ed the server is overwhelming.
“There’s no question anymore as to whether or not Hillary Clinton, [Huma] Abedin, and [John] Podesta violated the law,” Giuliani told Fox News. “You’d have to be almost stupid not to realize it.”
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