Former FBI agent Andrew McCabe admitted in closed door testimony to the House that former Director James Comey was not following normal protocol when he drafted a statement exonerating Hillary Clinton in the investigation of her use of private emails a month before he interviewed her and two months before he ended the investigation, Breitbart reported.
Under questioning from Rep. Mark Meadows (R-NC), McCabe admitted that it was the only time he had seen a statement drafted before an interview was even conducted. McCabe tried to defend Comey but had to admit that his actions were highly unusual and not normal protocol.
The testimony adds to a growing pattern showing that Clinton received special treatment in the email investigation. Even when Comey did interview her a month after drafting the statement, he did not swear her in or record the interview.
The FBI also expedited requests to give Hillary Clinton her FBI interview report just before the election and failed to properly document other witness interviews conducted during the investigation. It seems clear that deep state operatives within the FBI wanted to clear Clinton publicly before the election.
At least enough of the public was able to see through these efforts at the time to deny her the presidency anyway.
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