As we posted earlier today, J. Christian Adams pointed out that FBI Director James Comey basically admitted today before Congress that it was the DOJ that drove his recommendation not to prosecute.
Adams, being a former DOJ attorney, explained to Mark Levin tonight how the DOJ sabotaged the Clinton email case and how it was all baked into the cake when Comey made his recommendation:
Adams said that Comey cited ‘grave concerns’ in the hearing today by DOJ prosecutors with respect to the gross negligence statute, that Comey admitted that there was a constant back and forth between the FBI and DOJ prosecutors, and that Comey had even spoken to Attorney General Loretta Lynch about the case.
He then explained that DOJ prosecutors are always providing guidance to people in the field, and that it’s within these discussions that the antagonism, or grave concerns, were likely manifest or stated outright.
It’s worth listening to the full interview if you have 10 minutes. Also Levin sites from the FBI website how tons of cases have already been prosecuted on gross negligence, which is why all of this we’re getting from Comey is nothing more than bull patties.