James Comey Finally Admits “I Was Wrong” on FISA Application Problems
Finally, James Comey admitted that he was wrong!
After the release of the report from Inspector General Michael Horowitz, and being confronted by Fox News’ Chris Wallace on the differences between what Comey said and what Horowitz said, he was forced to admit his fault.
According to Fox News,
This comes days after Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report and testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee detailed concerns that included 17 “significant errors and omissions” by the FBI’s investigative team when applying for a FISA warrant to monitor former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. Horowitz referred “the entire chain of command” to the FBI and DOJ for “how to assess and address their performance failures” during the probe, which was conducted while Comey was in charge.
“He’s right, I was wrong,” Comey said about how the FBI used the FISA process, adding, “I was overconfident as director in our procedures,” and that what happened “was not acceptable.”
Comey also had to explain himself for claiming that he was vindicated by the IG report when Horowitz said that no one at the FBI, including Comey was vindicated.
Here’s what Comey said as an explanation to what he meant by being vindicated:
“What I mean is that the FBI was accused of treason, of illegal spying, of tapping Mr. Trump’s wires illegally, of opening an investigation without justification, of being a criminal conspiracy to unseat, defeat and then unseat a president. All of that was nonsense.”
This is exactly what they did though!
The IG report PROVES that Hillary Clinton and the DNC paid for the creation of fake evidence which was then used to justify the FISA applications, which led to wiretapping the Trump campaign. Since this is illegal, so was the wiretapping, therefore it was spying and treason since it was an attempt to take down President Trump knowing that this was all illegal.