Congressional leaders are analyzing the FBI’s suspiciously inept handling of the Hillary Clinton private server investigation, and are turning their attention to FBI director James Comey’s honesty. Did he willfully mislead them? Did he perjure himself?
If you believe James Comey broke the trust of the American people, and single-handedly ruined the little confidence we had left in the bureau, there is a petition demanding his impeachment that you can sign.
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Let Congressional leaders know that they have the public’s full support in impeaching James Comey by signing the petition here.
American Center For Law and Justice report:
He conducted a faux investigation into the State Department email scandal. He handed out immunity and ignored evidence to protect the Clinton Team from prosecution. He put President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton’s political legacy ahead of the law.
He made secret deals to destroy evidence, thwarting congressional subpoenas. That’s called obstruction of justice. It’s a crime.
President Obama’s FBI Director violated the law. He violated his oath of office. It’s corruption at the highest level.
The FBI Director’s job is to uphold the law, not break it; investigate crimes, not commit them.
FBI Director Comey must be impeached.
Our senior litigation team is working with Congress, demanding his impeachment. We’ve already filed four federal lawsuits to hold the Obama Administration accountable for its lawlessness. Defend the Constitution from corruption. Join us in demanding President Obama’s FBI Director resign or be impeached.
Sign the petition here.
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