Hannity hits Comey: I’m sure he’ll be an MSNBC conspiracy theorist any day now

Fox News’ Sean Hannity slammed fired FBI director James Comey as an aspiring “MSNBC conspiracy theorist” after attorney Gregg Jarrett said the Obama holdover committed numerous crimes related to the Hillary Clinton email investigation and the Russian election meddling probe.

“James Comey potentially committed 8 different crimes,” said Jarrett, a Fox News legal analyst. “He needs to be put under oath. He needs to be investigated. He’s got his book coming out that I recently read. You will find it under the fiction category.”

Hannity reacted by saying it’s only a matter of time before MSNBC hires Comey as its resident anti-Trump mouthpiece. “I’m sure he’ll be an MSNBC conspiracy theorist any day now,” he laughed.

The panel on Hannity’s show included attorney and author David Limbaugh, Jarrett, and former Congressman Jason Chaffetz. They all agreed that Comey and the Obama FBI and DOJ went out of their way to vindicate Hillary Clinton while “investigating” her unauthorized use of a private, unsecured email server to conduct government business when she was Obama’s secretary of state.

“It looks like the fix was in and they did it for political reasons to clear Hillary Clinton,” Jarrett said. “That’s obstruction of justice, and other crimes.”

James Comey and Robert Mueller were both FBI director under Obama. (WH file photo)
James Comey and Robert Mueller were both FBI director under Obama. (WH file photo)

James Comey has been caught in a series of lies and half-truths after recommending that the Obama Department of Justice not file charges against Hillary Clinton.

Congressman Louis Gohmert, a former judge, said Comey should be sitting in jail for lying to the FISA court to obtain a warrant to illegally spy on the Trump campaign under bogus pretenses.

“I think it’s important to know who the FISA judge was, and why with all the info he’s had for some time, he has not put anyone in jail for committing fraud on his court,” Gohmert said. “You shouldn’t be able to get quotes from Bruce Ohr or Comey or [deputy director Andrew] McCabe because they ought to be sitting in jail for committing fraud upon the court.”

Meanwhile, the investigation of alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia took another major hit after secret texts were uncovered between Democratic Senator Mark Warner and a lobbyist for a Russian oligarch with ties to Vladimir Putin.

Warner is the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee that is investigating the Trump campaign’s alleged ties to Russia to influence the 2016 election. To date, special counsel Robert Mueller has produced no evidence of collusion.

Meanwhile, a mountain of evidence is accumulating that apparently shows there was a botched collusion attempt between Democrats and Russia to rig the election. Where’s the mainstream media outrage?

Samantha Chang


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