Former FBI Assistant Director: Something Fishy With The Way Hillary’s Charges Were Dropped

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James Kallstrom, former FBI Assistant Director, does not understand how James Comey came to the conclusion to recommend charges not be brought against Hillary Clinton for her email scandal. He went further to say “something fishy” is going on.

“I have defended him in the past, but those days are over, Megyn,” Kallstrom said. “I thought the events of the last week — there was something fishy going on.”

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“He goes through the whole charging memo — he reads every paragraph of it — and then he comes to that nonsensical conclusion that really wasn’t his to make,” the former FBI assistant director said.

He was talking about when Comey said that no reasonable prosecutor would bring charges against Hillary Clinton in this case. Kallstrom took it a step further and said that he spoke with two different prosecutors who made it very clear that they would take that case in a heartbeat. On top of that there are 15 more agents who are extremely worried about “the reputation of the agency they love.”

Check out the video for Kallstrom’s entire take on the issue.


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