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From 2009 to 2011, Matthew Miller directed the Justice Department’s public affairs office. In Saturday’s Washington Post, Miller blasted James Comey’s decision to re-open the Hillary Clinton email investigation right before the election.

Miller complained that Comey violated longstanding DOJ rules and precedents. Miller claims Comey’s conduct “raises serious questions about his judgement and ability to serve as the nation’s chief investigative official.”

This is beyond laughable. The entire reason we’re at this point, is because Hillary Clinton brazenly violated longstanding rules and precedent when she set up her homebrew email server. And Hillary Clinton violates rules, precedent, and federal law when she sent classified information over that server, and when she deleted 33,000 emails that were under Congressional subpoena. Not to mention the pay-to-play Clinton Foundation scheme she ran at the State department; the whole thing was a criminal enterprise.

Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton violated longstanding Justice Department rules and precedent with their little pow-wow on her plane on an Arizona tarmac. Huma Abedin Danger apparently violated rules by not turning over emails as required, and by having them at home on the computer she shared with her pervert husband.

You liberals claim Comey’s ability to serve as the FBI head is compromised? If “violating longstanding rules and precedents” is the standard, then Hillary Clinton should resign from the campaign now and let Tim Kaine take over and officially lose as should happen. 

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