One Congressman said the five words that should send Jim Comey to jail

The scandal surrounding the FBI’s anti-Trump conspiracy is heating up.

Evidence is piling up that the Bureau’s leadership participated in a scheme to swing the election and then tried to ruin President Trump.

Congress is starting to take notice and Representative Jom Jordan said the five words that could send James Comey and the rest of his Deep State collaborators to prison.

Jordan ripped the FBI for using the Steele dossier – which was bought and paid for by the Clinton campaign – as evidence to obtain a FISA warrant to spy on Trump campaign aide Carter Page.

Breitbart reports:

Jordan responded to Breitbart News:

What destroys trust is when you dress up an oppo reseearch document that Jim Comey himself, this is not my words or Marks’ words, he said under oath that they were ‘salacious’ and ‘unverified.’ What destroys trust is when you take that kind of document dress it up make it appear like it is legitimate intelligence and then take it to a court to get a warrant you don’t tell them important facts like, ‘oh by the way the Clinton campaign paid for this,’ and you do all of this in the context of a presidential campaign. It is really that basic. He’s the one that said it was unverified and salacious. McCabe said we had to use it or we wouldn’t get a warrant. When they went to the judge why they didn’t tell them who paid for it?

They used the Isikoff story that they knew was Steele was giving information to the reporter and they presented it as a separate and corroborating piece of information? That’s unbelievable. That’s what took place here. So Comey can say what he wants here but look at what happened. This happened at a secret court to get a secret warrant to spy on an American citizen during a presidential campaign.

His words were even more explosive than he realized.

Former FBI agent James Wedick appeared on Justice with Judge Jeanine and declared that Comey and other FBI and DOJ higher-ups such as Andrew McCabe and Sally Yates could be vulnerable to corruption investigations.

He went on to explain that they could be vulnerable to charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States, obstruction, false declarations and submitting a false application to a FISA act and accusing Page of being a Russian agent may have violated the Civil Rights Act.

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