Video News Release: Judicial Watch Expert Clinton Scandal Panelists Accuse Comey of Lying, Call for Senate No Confidence Vote

FBI Director Comey

September 29 Panel Broadcast Nationwide Provided Hard-Hitting
Soundbites on Critical Topics in Ongoing Clinton Email
and Foundation Scandal Investigations

Cut One:

Who: Chris Farrell, Judicial Watch Director of Investigations & Research
Take-Away: “It is a yes or no question… Did this event [Clinton release of classified material] occur, yes or no? And if it did occur, who is responsible for it… And if you walk it back to find the person who made it happen, that’s who is prosecuted. This intent thing is nonsense. Mr. Comey is lying to the American public when he goes down that path.” [01:31 – 02:07]

Chris Farrell on Clinton Scandal Update – Emails and the Clinton Foundation

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Cut Two:

Who: Joe diGenova, founding partner of the Washington, D.C. law firm of diGenova & Toensing, former United States Attorney, District of Columbia.
Take-Away: “Never before has there been such a public and sad display of poor judgment – and I must say political influence – in a decision as to whether or not to recommend charges. I do not believe that Mr. Comey is fit to continue in office. I believe a resolution of no confidence should be filed against him in the Senate.” [00:19 – 00:44]

Joe diGenova on Clinton Scandal Update – Emails and the Clinton Foundation

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Cut Three:

Who: Chris Farrell, Judicial Watch Director of Investigations & Research
Take-Away: “Any other government employee doing exactly the same thing [as Hillary Clinton], you would see b-roll of FBI agents dragging cardboard boxes out of their houses. That’s the way it works for any other United States citizen.” [1:21 – 1:33]

Chris Farrell on Clinton Scandal Update – Emails and the Clinton Foundation (Cut Three)

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