BLACKMAIL: Did Comey Let Hillary Off The Hook Because He Knew About FBI Wiretapping?

It appears that Hillary Clinton may be more deeply intertwined with the Russia/wiretapping scandal than realzied. FBI Director Comey and Hillary have a long history of lying. It all started when Hillary admitted she lied about Benghazi and yet still claimed she was innocent. Instead of Comey pressing Clinton any further, it was swept under the rug again.

Now, enter the ‘Obamagate’ scandal which puts Comey and Clinton back together again. Which begs the question, what did Comey know and when did he know it?

Via Gateway Pundit:

Yesterday, TGP reported that FBI Director Comey asked the Justice Department to publicly reject Trump’s wiretapping claim. Did he order the wiretap? Yesterday, Mark Levin named the FBI as one of the agencies involved in a blistering interview with Fox News.

It appears that Hillary Clinton was aware of the wiretap because she tweeted about it one week before the election.

We know that AG Loretta Lynch also met with Bill Clinton on the tarmac of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in June of 2016 right around the same time as the first FISA request. Bill Clinton then passed the information about the wiretapping plan to Hillary Clinton in order to help his wife win the election.

If Hillary Clinton had knowledge of Comey’s involvement in the wiretapping, perhaps he let her off the hook to save himself from Clinton blackmail tactics.

The Clinton’s have always been the ones behind shady actions like this as far back as any of us can remember. So, it is really any surprise to any one? Once again see these two people are wrapped up in yet another scandal, and possible blackmail top of it.

One of these days these days we may finally learn the truth, but it is going to take a long time. Let us hope that Trump will push a thorough investigation into this so we can finally have answers we deserve.

H/T [ Gateway Pundit ]

 

 

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