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Ever wonder about James Comey's Qualifications? Stop wondering now.....

FBI Directors While many are asking questions about why James Comey was fired as FBI director, a much better question is, “How on earth did he ever get the job in the first place?” Once one figures out the answer to that question, it’s easy to understand why he was fired and the kind of cushy, highly compensated position he will almost surely secure in the not-too-distant future. How many Americans understand what James Comey was doing before he got appointed FBI director by President Obama? I don't think one in 10,000 know. So, let’s start there. James Comey was a politically connected lawyer. The closest experiences he had to actual law enforcement were very short stints as a U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, where he served as a colleague to future Attorney General Loretta Lynch, lasting less than a year. He served as a U.S. deputy attorney general for less than two years. But, he was in that position long enough to ensure Clinton adviser Sandy Berger would get off the hook for stealing and destroying classified records from the National Archives. The documents were relevant to accusations the Clinton administration was negligent in the build-up to the 9/11 terrorist attack. After that, James Comey got a job as general counsel and senior vice president of Lockheed Martin at a salary of $6 million a year! That same year, the defense contractor became a major Clinton Foundation donor. Coincidence? Maybe. But Comey’s brother, Peter Comey, worked for DLA Piper, an accounting firm that performed the “independent audit” of the Clinton Foundation in 2015. DLA Piper firm also is No. 5 on the top contributors list of the Clinton Foundation, just ahead of No. 4, Goldman Sachs. How close are the brothers? In 2011, James Comey granted brother Peter Comey a $712,500 mortgage loan on his house. From Lockheed Martin, James Comey next became general counsel for Bridgewater Associates and later a senior research scholar at Columbia Law School and, most importantly, was appointed in 2013 to the board of directors of one of the largest and most corrupt banks in the world – HSBC. It should be noted that a year before James Comey accepted the position, there were documented accusations by an HSBC whistleblower that the bank was involved in massive money-laundering schemes for terrorists and drug cartels. The accusations led to a Justice Department investigation headed by Loretta Lynch that resulted in a $1.2 billion fine – a prosecution widely criticized for being "too soft" on the bank. No one was fired. No one went to jail. Amazing, a $1.2 billion fine of HSBC for drug cartel money-laundering, yet no one at the bank was responsible for . . . truly amazing . . . Lynch’s subsequent nomination by Barack Obama to be Attorney General would thereafter be held for several months by the U.S. Senate which delayed her confirmation as she was questioned on her role in the HSBC case. Parenthetically, it’s worth mentioning that the news media's series of exposes on HSBC resulted in retribution by the bank. Access to some of the stories were temporarily and illegally blocked for a period of hours at the demand of the powerful bank. This was the financial institution to which James Comey would serve as a director less than a year later. A few months after that, he was appointed FBI director by Barack Obama. Those were his credentials. That was his resume. Those were his qualifications. He was never a cop. He was never a detective. He was never an investigator. But he was clearly an Obama guy – and quite likely recommended for the job by his old colleague Loretta Lynch. The rest is history, as they say. So, what is my prediction for his soft landing after getting the boot as FBI director? He will find himself in a very lucrative position – maybe even back at HSBC – where he can lend his impeccable establishment credentials to the cover-up of crime, corruption and crookedness. (he is clearly not a J.Edgar Hoover)

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Just like Obama, no credentials, lack of experience.  Truly, crap floats to the top.

That is totally unreal but very believable.

Cheryl Nelson said:

Just like Obama, no credentials, lack of experience.  Truly, crap floats to the top.

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