Comey Admits To Purposefully Lying To Congress In Interview With Stephen Colbert

In 2016 Comey wrote a letter to congress about Hillary Clinton’s email investigation. During a recent interview with Stephen Colbert, Comey accidentally exposed that that letter was a lie.

“I write to supplement my October 28, 2016 letter that notified you the FBI would be taking additional investigative steps with respect to former Secretary of State Clinton’s use of a personal email server. Since my letter, the FBI investigative team has been working around the clock to process and review a large volume of emails from a device obtained in connection with an unrelated criminal investigation. During that process, we reviewed all of the communications that were to or from Hillary Clinton while she was Secretary of State,” explained Comey in the letter.

Even though Comey wrote he ‘reviewed all the communications’ in the letter, during an interview with Stephen Colbert, he admitted there was no time to review them all. It makes you wonder what else Comey is lying about.

“So the team told me on October 27th, there are hundreds of thousands of emails on Anthony Weiner’s laptop, and there are thousands of emails from the missing Blackberry.net domain. This could change the outcome of the investigation. And so at that point what do you do? Take no action if you can avoid it. And I kept looking for a door that said ‘no action here’ and I couldn’t find it,” he explained.

I could only see two doors and they’re both actions. One says speak the other says conceal. Speaking would be really bad… Hundreds of thousands of emails on Anthony Weiner’s computer. And the FBI team said, “No way boss can we review this before the election,”” explained Comey.