James Comey is one of those people that just looks like a sellout. If the price were right one can imagine that he would sell out his whole family..
More facts are finally coming to light regarding then-FBI director James Comey’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email mishandling during her time as Secretary of State.
A new report shows that Comey had used the words “gross negligence” to describe Hillary Clinton’s behavior in the weeks leading up to the conclusion of his investigation, but later changed those words to “extreme carelessness” in his final exoneration of her.
One early version of the draft reportedly says: “There is evidence to support a conclusion that Secretary Clinton, and others, used the email server in a manner that was grossly negligent with respect to the handling of classified information.”
Anonymous sources have indicated that edits to the text were made around June 10. These changes are noteworthy because “gross negligence” is a legal term that can be punished with prison or fines.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley wrote a letter to current FBI head Christopher Wray demanding an explanation for the changes, saying:
“Apparently, as of May 2016, then-Director Comey and other FBI officials believed the facts fit that gross negligence standard until later edits were made.”
Currently, it is not known who suggested the edit from “gross negligence” to “extreme carelessness,” however it is known that Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, General Counsel James Baker and chief of staff Jim Rybicki were involved in the editing process.