Trump Attorney: Comey Exonerated Hillary and Gave Immunity BEFORE Interviewing 17 Witnesses (VIDEO)
An attorney for Trump, Jay Sekulow broke down a stunning timeline of former FBI Director, James Comey’s exoneration of Hillary Clinton on his radio show Friday morning.
Sekulow stated that Comey gave immunity to two witnesses and exonerated Hillary Clinton BEFORE he interviewed 17 witnesses, including Hillary Clinton.
Media was set ablaze after bombshell documents released on Thursday show former FBI head James Comey exonerated Hillary Clinton before the investigation into her email conduct had concluded. Even more concerning is “Mr. Comey even circulated an early draft statement to select members of senior FBI leadership,” reports Townhall.
The former FBI Director also testified to Congress that he decided not to recommended charges in relation to handling of classified information, after the FBI interviewed Hillary Clinton on July 2, 2016. However, a new report reveals Comey penned a memo exonerating Clinton in the Spring.
Jay Sekulow pointed out that Hillary was exonerated and immunity was handed out like candy BEFORE 17 witnesses were even interviewed–including Hillary Clinton.
“Folks do you understand what’s happened here? They (Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson) got immunity, and you give immunity so that you can get testimony but they got immunity and they exonerated them before they interviewed them! They pulled one on the American people, that’s for sure,” Sekulow said.
Sekulow also pointed out that Cheryl Mills was a lawyer AND a witness to which he said, “Cheryl Mills also served as a lawyer during this which I’m still trying to figure out how she was both a witness and a lawyer–that’s another question.”
“And then you have a secondary aspect of this, they were granted immunity, these two witnesses. but James Comey wrote his letter exonerating Hillary Clinton 3 months before these witnesses were even interviewed, including Hillary Rodham Clinton–and this was AFTER the tarmac meeting,” Sekulow continued.