BREAKING: The Comey Emails Are GONE?

James Comey almost ruined the whole thing.

No matter what the side of the aisle someone may be one, we have at least agreed to a particlar set of rules for when it comes to deciding who represents us and leads us as a nation.

James Comey tried to overturn that. He tried messing with a system that had been in good order for well over two hundred years. He did it out of greed.

Just last year James Comey was guilty of throwing the presidential election down the drain.

And he apparently did it with just a letter…

Now, the truth is even harder to swallow as the response to a Freedom of Information Request has come through. 

The FBI and DOJ have rejected the right to save any Comey emails that happened to be on his personal email drive.

What is really unbelievable is that former FBI Director James Comey conducted government business on a private account just like crooked Hillary and nobody mentioned anything.

How could this have slipped without anyone noticing?

Now we have the details from the latest rebuffing from the Justice Department. 

For the most part, it sounds like nothing but crickets, as there is complete silence. 

The Daily Caller and Judicial Watch have requested under the Freedom of Information Act that they will file in the court that the DOJ denied necessary steps to preserve James Comey’s work-related emails which he had on a personal account. 

The Inspector General from the DOJ leaked that Comey had used a personal email account for agency-related business. 

From the greatamericanrepublic: “There is nothing but complete silence about why the FBI has failed to take steps to preserve records responsive to DCNF’s request,” Judicial Watch attorney Michael Bekesha will write in the filing before the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.

Judicial Watch and TheDCNF filed a joint lawsuit under the Freedom of Information Act on April 25 seeking records, including emails, Comey produced regarding meetings and conversations he had with then-President Barack Obama, then-Vice President Joe Biden and a variety of other political figures.