Comey’s FBI Gave Clinton and Trump Completely Different Briefings


Comey, the Deep State member in good standing keeps declaring that he has never been biased against Donald Trump, but if that was true, why did he give Trump and Clinton totally different briefings?

It has always been a tradition to give both candidates the same briefing so that whoever became president would have an idea of what the FBI was working on. But in 2016, Trey Gowdy says the briefings were very much different. Wouldn’t you love to see Comey testify as to why Trump did not receive the real briefing?

The Deep State refused to believe that Trump could beat Hillary, especially with all the help they were affording her.

From The Gateway Pundit

The Democrats and liberal media insist that Russia wanted Trump to win over Crooked Hillary.
The entire premise is ridiculous. The Russians had enough dirt on Hillary to fill the White House.

The TRUTH is that the entire DC establishment including the Obama White House, the liberal media and the Obama Deep State wanted Hillary Clinton to win… and they worked tirelessly and illegitimately to make it happen.
And still failed.

On Sunday former prosecutory and Rep. Trey Gowdy joined Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures.

During their discussion Trey Gowdy told Maria that the deep state FBI was giving candidate Donald  Trump different intel briefings than candidate Hillary Clinton.

Trey Gowdy: Here’s one, Maria, have you seen the disparate defensive briefings they gave candidate Clinton versus Candidate Trump? And has anyone asked the FBI to explain why they took entirely different tracks to those two debriefings? There’s a lot left to be seen by you and your viewers.

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