Fired FBI Director James Comey withdrew his motion to quash a House subpoena over the weekend and agreed to a closed-door deposition with the House Judiciary Committee.
Crooked Comey knew he was going to lose his case in court; the Trump-appointed judge assigned to the case already showed he wasn’t buying Comey’s arguments.
Grateful for a fair hearing from judge. Hard to protect my rights without being in contempt, which I don’t believe in. So will sit in the dark, but Republicans agree I’m free to talk when done and transcript released in 24 hours. This is the closest I can get to public testimony.
— James Comey (@Comey) December 2, 2018
James Comey will give his closed-door deposition this Friday at 10 AM ET and Loretta Lynch will give a deposition later this month.
Closed-door deposition with former FBI Director James Comey will be at 10 et Friday with the House Judiciary Committee. A closed-door deposition with former Attorney General Loretta Lynch will come “later this month.”
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) December 3, 2018
House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte, who is retiring this year, subpoenaed former FBI Director James Comey and Obama’s corrupt Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Thanksgiving to compel testimony as part of a joint investigation with the House Oversight and Government Reform Committees into the handling of the botched Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Comey and Loretta Lynch have been throwing each other under the bus and pointing fingers over the botched investigation.
Former FBI Director James Comey previously said in a testimony that Loretta Lynch’s decision to refer to Hillary’s FBI probe as a “matter” rather than an “investigation” gave him a strange feeling.
Loretta Lynch threw Comey under the bus in her interview with NBC’s Lester Holt when she told him Comey never raised concerns with her over her decision to call Hillary’s investigation a “matter.”
Certainly there will be more mudslinging from Lynch and Comey during their testimonies.