“The report also says Obama Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey knew that Obama had lied. It was in 2015 that Obama had disclaimed knowledge that Clinton used a private, rather than government, email address. In 2016, while drafting a public statement explaining why the FBI wouldn’t prosecute Clinton during her run for the presidency, Comey changed the statement’s wording to hide that Obama had communicated with Clinton through her private email address, the report says.
‘A paragraph [in Comey’s statement] summarizing the factors that led the FBI to assess that it was possible that hostile actors accessed Clinton’s server was added, and at one point referenced Clinton’s use of her private email for an exchange with then President Obama while in the territory of a foreign adversary,’ the IG report says. ‘This reference later was changed to ‘another senior government official,’ and ultimately was omitted.’”
It seems the scandal-free, so very transparent former president had his name scrubbed from James Comey’s report on Hillary.
Sean Davis states in a series of tweets – “Obama knew about Hillary’s secret e-mail scheme because she e-mailed him using her private address “while in the territory of a foreign adversary.” That finding was removed from Comey’s statement exonerating Clinton.”
Davis continues with a second tweet stating – “The IG found that Obama was “one of the 13 individuals with whom Clinton had direct contact using her clintonemail[.]com account.” Now we know why Clinton was never going to be charged with anything related to her secret e-mail scheme.”
What was Hillary being investigated for? Oh yes, using a personal email to conduct business. Well, gee whiz, because according to the report, the IG identified numerous instances in which Comey himself used a personal email account (a Gmail account) to conduct FBI business. Almost as if he found nothing wrong in what Hillary was doing because he was doing it all, himself, along with the current President and it seems everyone else in Washington. National security? We don’t need no national security!