Declassified memos have surfaced and the implications are damning for our former FBI Director, James Comey. Apparently, the FBI was illegally sharing intelligence data with unauthorized third parties. John Solomon and Sara Carter, reporters for Circa News, have released an article laying out the illegalities of this as well as calling into question even more of Comey’s recent testimonies to congress.

James Comey possibly perjured himself recently when he testified to an oversight committee that in his experience no one has ever tried to stop an FBI investigation for political purposes, and then 2 weeks later claiming that President Trump attempted to stop the Mike Flynn investigation. Now, the recent “Comey memo” has yet to surface, and it wasn’t Comey himself who made that claim. However, Comey’s criminal friends at The New York Times claimed that the accusation came from Comey, who claimed to have written a memo documenting the conversation when President Trump allegedly asked him to stop the Flynn investigation.

This time the situation is a bit more clear that James Comey really did lie under oath. In the article from Circa, the authors make the following stunning claim:

“In his final congressional testimony before he was fired by President Trump this month, then-FBI Director James Comey unequivocally told lawmakers his agency used sensitive espionage data gathered about Americans without a warrant only when it was ‘lawfully collected, carefully overseen and checked.’ Once-top secret U.S. intelligence community memos reviewed by Circa tell a different story, citing instances of ‘disregard’ for rules, inadequate training and ‘deficient’ oversight and even one case of deliberately sharing spy data with a forbidden party.”

This means that not only did James Comey lie while under oath, he was leading an organization which was running astray from its historically well-disciplined law enforcement agency. His lack of leadship and oversight seems to have led to direct violations of American’s 4th Amendment, which covers unreasonable searches and seizures without a warrant. The article goes on to say…

“For instance, a ruling declassified this month by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) chronicles nearly 10 pages listing hundreds of violations of the FBI’s privacy-protecting minimization rules that occurred on Comey’s watch. The behavior the FBI admitted to a FISA judge just last month ranged from illegally sharing raw intelligence with unauthorized third parties to accessing intercepted attorney-client privileged communications without proper oversight the bureau promised was in place years ago. The court also opined aloud that it fears the violations are more extensive than already disclosed.”

“The Court is nonetheless concerned about the FBI’s apparent disregard of minimization rules and whether the FBI is engaging in similar disclosures of raw Section 702 information that have not been reported,” the April 2017 ruling declared.

See the full Circa article here: