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Radio Recap: ACLJ Filing Lawsuit on Comey’s White House Spies

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Jay Sekulow

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August 30, 2019

The ACLJ is filing a lawsuit on “sneaky, leaky” James Comey’s FBI spies inside the White House.

Yesterday we told you how the Department of Justice Investigator General’s report concluded that James Comey committed FBI policy and rule violations, taking confidential memos regarding President Trump out of the office and leaking them to the media.

Today on the show we discussed the ACLJ’s lawsuit we’re filing against the Comey FBI.

James Comey may have written a book called A Higher Loyalty, but last night even the Wall Street Journal called Comey’s “higher virtue” to task in an editorial stating:

Beware the righteous man with power. That’s the great lesson of James Comey, as the 79-page report released Thursday by the Justice Department Inspector General makes clear. The former FBI director willfully violated multiple rules as he sought revenge against Donald Trump while pursuing his own self-interest in the name of higher virtue.

Maybe an additional WSJ op-ed by Kimberley Strassel summed Comey up best, calling the former head of the FBI “Sneaky, Leaky, James Comey.”

Remember when we reported that Comey conducted his own “covert operation” against President Trump by planting FBI agents inside the White House to act as spies. Their job was to secretly collect information and report back to Comey’s office on the President and his Administration.

Next week we are filing a lawsuit in federal court against the FBI concerning Comey’s circle of corruption, including one individual who we believe may still be at the FBI. These people who were at the National Security Council, with access to the most classified information in the world, were spying on a sitting President.

I held up letters on the show that we sent to the Justice Department and the FBI as well as the Federal lawsuit that we are filing next week. Yesterday we were given 70 pages worth of reasons why James Comey should have been and was fired by President Trump.   

Here’s what’s at stake: this is how a Constitutional Republic responds when this kind of corruption and bad behavior is taking place. The ACLJ is taking action to expose this and see that those involved are held accountable for putting the security of our nation at risk for their personal agendas.

We would not be able to file these lawsuits to expose Deep State corruption in Washington without your steadfast support of the ACLJ. We’re in the final hours of our August Matching Challenge. Right now your vital tax-deductible gift will be DOUBLED. Donate today at ACLJ.org/donate.

You can listen to the entire episode here.

Jay Sekulow

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Jay Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), one of the most prestigious law firms in the country.

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Jay Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), one of the most prestigious law firms in the country.

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Radio Recap: ACLJ Filing Lawsuit on Comey’s White House Spies

By 

Jay Sekulow

|

August 30, 2019

The ACLJ is filing a lawsuit on “sneaky, leaky” James Comey’s FBI spies inside the White House.

Yesterday we told you how the Department of Justice Investigator General’s report concluded that James Comey committed FBI policy and rule violations, taking confidential memos regarding President Trump out of the office and leaking them to the media.

Today on the show we discussed the ACLJ’s lawsuit we’re filing against the Comey FBI.

James Comey may have written a book called A Higher Loyalty, but last night even the Wall Street Journal called Comey’s “higher virtue” to task in an editorial stating:

Beware the righteous man with power. That’s the great lesson of James Comey, as the 79-page report released Thursday by the Justice Department Inspector General makes clear. The former FBI director willfully violated multiple rules as he sought revenge against Donald Trump while pursuing his own self-interest in the name of higher virtue.

Maybe an additional WSJ op-ed by Kimberley Strassel summed Comey up best, calling the former head of the FBI “Sneaky, Leaky, James Comey.”

Remember when we reported that Comey conducted his own “covert operation” against President Trump by planting FBI agents inside the White House to act as spies. Their job was to secretly collect information and report back to Comey’s office on the President and his Administration.

Next week we are filing a lawsuit in federal court against the FBI concerning Comey’s circle of corruption, including one individual who we believe may still be at the FBI. These people who were at the National Security Council, with access to the most classified information in the world, were spying on a sitting President.

I held up letters on the show that we sent to the Justice Department and the FBI as well as the Federal lawsuit that we are filing next week. Yesterday we were given 70 pages worth of reasons why James Comey should have been and was fired by President Trump.   

Here’s what’s at stake: this is how a Constitutional Republic responds when this kind of corruption and bad behavior is taking place. The ACLJ is taking action to expose this and see that those involved are held accountable for putting the security of our nation at risk for their personal agendas.

We would not be able to file these lawsuits to expose Deep State corruption in Washington without your steadfast support of the ACLJ. We’re in the final hours of our August Matching Challenge. Right now your vital tax-deductible gift will be DOUBLED. Donate today at ACLJ.org/donate.

You can listen to the entire episode here.

Jay Sekulow

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Jay Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), one of the most prestigious law firms in the country.

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Jay Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), one of the most prestigious law firms in the country.

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