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*BOMBSHELL*: Comey in Trouble, Lawyer Moves to Have Him Disbarred

Do you believe Comey committed perjury in front of Congress?

At what point is enough abuse and corruption finally enough to do something, especially when it is coming straight from our public officials.

With all of the corruption we have been seeing coming straight from the FBI, they also need to be held responsible and face professional consequences for their abuse of power as well. An attorney in Maryland is questioning about the former FBI Director James Comey’s credentials as a lawyer with the new exposure of the memo scandal.

Ty Clevenger has now created a formal grievance to disbar Comey in NY. This is the exact place where the now scandal-plagued ex-director has a license by the state to practice law. With the growing evidence that Comey and the FBI set out to discharge Clinton and bring down Trump on political bias, Clevenger is saying now that the former FBI chief was dishonest to Congress about the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

According to conservativetribune:

“Mr. Clevenger said Mr. Comey’s testimony to Congress that he did not predetermine the outcome of the FBI’s probe into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is belied by revelations this week that he in fact started drafting an exoneration months before even speaking with Mrs. Clinton,” The Washington Times reported.

“Insofar as Mr. Comey gave materially false testimony to Congress, it appears that he violated Rules 1.0(w), 3.3(a)(1), and 8.4 of the New York Rules of Professional Conduct,” the grievance filed by Clevenger states.

Prominent public officials have been disbarred in the past after being caught being dishonest. For example, Richard Nixon lost his New York attorney’s license as fallout from the Watergate scandal.

More recently, Democrat President Bill Clinton was disbarred by the state of Arkansas for committing perjury during the Monica Lewinksy scandal.

Clevenger might be taking a long shot against Comey and others in the same circle, but he already has a few successes under his belt.

“Mr. Clevenger is also challenging the bar membership of Mrs. Clinton’s lawyers,” The Washington Times explained.

The attorney already “has won a court order in Maryland demanding the grievance committee there conduct an investigation into David E. Kendall, Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson over allegations they destroyed evidence in the email probe,” the newspaper continued.

It’s a small step toward justice, but at least it’s headed in the right direction.

Establishment players such as James Comey have acted with impunity for far too long. They need to learn one lesson: Nobody is above the law or his sworn duty — not even the director of the FBI. In fact, especially not the director of the FBI.

Being officially disbarred may not be a life-altering event for somebody like Comey, but it’s a professional slap in the face.

It would send a signal that the ex-director’s peers will not tolerate lying and deception. When even the lawyers think you’re slimy, you’ve definitely fallen to a low place.


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  1. Cindy Ward

    February 5, 2018 at 8:25 am

    My opinion that he did is based on fact. When Trump tweated that he had been wire tapped the first rebuttle I heard was James Comey saying “That is a lie. At no time did we at the FBI wire tap Trump.”

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