ACLJ launches investigation into James Comey; says 'We will find out exactly what Comey was up to'


The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) has launched an investigation into James Comey and has stated that "we will find out exactly what Comey was up to" because "the American people deserve to know the truth."

The investigation is being done through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and the ACLJ is seeking emails, memo's, briefs, and electronic messages "regarding a “spy” Comey dispatched to the White House and apparently used against the president."

The ACLJ stated that "We will find out exactly what Comey was up to and bring it to light. And we’re prepared to go right back to court against the FBI Deep State in order to expose the truth, defend the Constitution and our rule of law, and once again defeat the Deep State. We will keep you updated as this case progresses."

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WND added the following, stating that "Comey is one of the more prominent names in Barack Obama’s administration who have been linked to an apparent weaponization of government power to defeat Trump in the 2016 election and undermine him after his improbable victory.

The Justice Department is reviewing the origins of Obama administration’s investigations of Trump and the new debunked allegation that he colluded with Russia to win the election.

Special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of collusion or conspiracy and declined to refer obstruction of justice charges."

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The ACLJ legal team claims that James Comey was running a covert operation against Donald Trump and inserted FBI agents (spies) in the White House, whose job was to report information back to Comey.

As it appears on after Comey was fired, he occasionally plays the victim card. But the ACLJ says it's more like the other way around. “Even as he repeatedly assured Trump that he was not a target, the former director was secretly trying to build a conspiracy case against the president, while at times acting as an investigative agent,” ACLJ said.
What happens next depends on the outcome of the FOIA filed by the ACLJ.

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