FBI chief James Comey has revealed that the American government is actually hiding some classified info that proves Attorney General Loretta Lynch has not conducted an impartial and fair investigation of Hillary Clinton’s infamous email server. This revelation is included in Comey’s autobiography titled A Higher Loyalty that is set to be published on April 17!
Some passages we got access to before the book hits the shelves suggest that in early 2016, the FBI failed to turn up the evidence that Hillary committed a criminal act.
‘The challenge was going to be closing the case in a way that maintained the confidence of the American people that their justice system was working in an honest, competent, and nonpolitical manner. We would never convince the extreme Clinton haters in the news media of that, of course, but hopefully we could persuade a majority of fair-and open-minded Americans,’ Comey writes.
‘But in early 2016, there was a development that threatened to challenge that effort significantly,’ the man goes on, dropping the bomb: ‘A development still unknown to the public to this day. At the time, we were alerted to some materials that had come into the possession of the U.S. government. They came from a classified source — the source and content of the materials remain classified as I write this.’
Comey adds: ‘Had it become public, the unverified material would’ve been used by some political opponents to cast grave doubt on the attorney general’s independence in connection to the Clinton investigation.’
Regarding Loretta Lynch’s investigation, the FBI chief says: ‘But it bothered me there was classified information that would someday become public – probably decades from now – and be used to attack the integrity of the investigation and, more importantly, call into question the independence of the FBI.’