James Comey Warns Trump Will Gut FBI & DOJ If Re-Elected: ‘That’s a Danger for All Americans’

Disgraced former FBI Director James Comey has appeared on leftist propaganda outlet MSNBC and warned viewers that President Donald Trump is planning to overhaul the corrupt, weaponized federal justice system.

However, Comey used this prediction to attack Trump, warning that gutting the FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) of partisan crooks would be “a danger to all Americans.”

During his appearance on MSNBC, Comey argued that the FBI and DOJ would be in “danger” if Trump is re-elected.

Comey said that, in Trump’s current “hush money” court case, “the rule of law in this country, especially the court system, has passed its stress test.”

He argued that it is “slow on the federal side, but this is a great example for our people.”

“You say it’s passed its stress test,” MSNBC host Alex Wagner said to Comey.

“Are you concerned that it may get a test unlike any other if Donald Trump is re-elected?

“I mean, when you think about a second Trump administration, what do you think the implications would be for the FBI?”

“Serious,” Comey answered.

“For the Justice Department and the FBI, because Trump is coming for those institutions.

“He knows their power and I think he has regrets that he didn’t work hard enough to corrupt them last time.

“So he’s coming for them and that’s a danger for all Americans.

“He’s gonna put people in positions in those organizations.

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“He didn’t have All-Stars last time; he’ll have the bottom of the barrel this time … people who will want to do his will.

“And that should worry every American.

“This election matters because of a reason like that. “

Comey then turned to his anti-Trump election pitch:

“People have to participate.

“You cannot sit on the sidelines.

“I don’t care how you feel about Joe Biden, you must vote for him because the consequences on the other side are too severe.”

WATCH:

In June 2018, ABC News reported that the DOJ’s internal watchdog, Inspector General Michael Horowitz, concluded that Comey defied authority while he served as FBI director.

A source informed ABC News that the draft report explicitly used the word “insubordinate.”

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) stated:

“The DOJ Office of the Inspector General (OIG) initiated this investigation, following a referral from the FBI, after the FBI determined that Comey may have shared memos that contained classified information with individuals outside the FBI.”

The OIG report continued:

“The OIG determined that Comey violated applicable policies and his FBI Employment Agreement by providing one of the unclassified memos that contained official FBI information, including sensitive investigative information, to his friend with instructions for the friend to share the contents of the memo with a reporter.

“Additionally, the OIG determined that Comey, while FBI Director, kept copies of four of the seven memos in a personal safe at his home and, after his removal as FBI Director, violated FBI policies and his FBI Employment Agreement by failing to notify the FBI that he had retained them or to seek authorization to retain them.

“Comey likewise violated applicable policies and his FBI Employment Agreement by providing copies, following his removal as FBI Director, of the four memos he had kept in his home to his three private attorneys without FBI authorization.

“Comey also failed to fulfill his obligation to immediately alert the FBI about his disclosures to his private attorneys once he became aware that the FBI, after Comey’s removal, had determined that one of the memos included several words, the names of foreign countries being discussed by the President, that were classified at the CONFIDENTIAL level.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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