On Thursday the Department of Justice Inspector General released its report on the investigation of fired FBI Director James Comey.
The report concluded: James Comey Violated Department and FBI Policies Pertaining to the Retention, Handling, and Dissemination of FBI Records and Information
The Comey report concluded that fired FBI Director James Comey stole memos and kept them at his home. But FBI officials cleared Comey saying the stolen documents did not contain “classified” material only confidential material.
The agents who categorized the memos were deep state operatives: James Baker, Bill Priestap, and lovers Peter Strzok and Lisa Page.
This is how the Deep State operates.
Victor Davis Hanson explained this unbelievable development in the Comey report.
Victor Davis Hanson: Jim Comey is high-fiving tonight because he said he wasn’t indicted or he wasn’t going to be referred for an indictment. Why wasn’t he given that damning report by the Inspector General? And the reason he wasn’t was of the seven memos he memorialized, these were private phone and person-to-person conversations with the president. He took four of them home and he used them as an insurance policy in case something would happen. When he was fired he used them. And then he said they were confidential and not classified. Well, who made that determination? Well after it all blew up to the press the FBI panicked and said these hadn’t been classified or categorized as anything. Let’s go back and look at them. And who were they? Who were the four people who looked at them? They were Mr. (Bill) Priestap, and we know he had gone to London three times involved with Christopher Steele and British Intelligence. There was James Baker who we know was leaking to Mother Jones to get out the Steel dossier to the press before the election. And in an Orwellian sense there were Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, no comment needed. Those four people after the whole thing blew up they got together and said let’s categorize these. Oh, the ones that Comey took home we determined are confidential and not felonious. And the ones he left behind, we will say are classified but he’s not subject to criminal exposure because he didn’t take those three home.