COMEY IMPLICATES HIMSELF WITH WHAT HE "DID NOT" SAY WHEN CONFRONTED BY A REPORTER


James Comey


The truth always finds it's way out into the open. In an attempt to dodge a question on Friday about whether he (Comey) had confidence in the anti-Trump dossier which was used to get a surveillance warrant on Trump's campaign members, Comey unknowingly let loose
the one truth democrats are unwilling to accept.




This came after he declined to answer multiple questions during a congressional hearing owing to the fact that answering such questions would affect Special Counsel Robert Mueller's ongoing investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.

Below is the conversation between James Comey and the reporter.
Reporter: "Did you have total confidence in the dossier when you used it to secure a surveillance warrant and also in the subsequent renewals?"




James Comey: "I have total confidence that the entire FISA process was followed and that the entire case was handled in a thoughtful responsible way by DOJ and FBI." "I think that the notion that FISA was abused here is nonsense."
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