- The Facts:The DOJ Inspector General’s report on James Comey indicated that Comey violated FBI rules and policies many times, and these actions were serious enough for the IG to make a criminal referral. Yet Comey still denies any wrongdoing.
- Reflect On:Can the great schism between points of view brought forth by opposing sides in the current battle over the validity of the Russia Investigation serve as an awakening to what is really going on at a deeper level?
The notion that we are not quite living in the ‘real’ world has gained momentum since the phrase ‘Fake News’ entered the public lexicon. The schism between ‘normal’ mainstream-media-fueled perception and the naked truth about the events that are actually going on is getting so severe that awakening from the illusion will soon be the only way to avoid the intense suffering brought on by cognitive dissonance between our familiar perception and the facts.
Take the ongoing investigation into James Comey, for example. We have the Inspector General’s report that came out and revealed the following:
The office said he “violated applicable policies and his FBI Employment Agreement by providing one of the unclassified memos that contained official FBI information, including sensitive investigative information, to his friend with instructions for the friend to share the contents of the memo with a reporter.”
Further, the IG determined that Comey kept copies of four memos (out of the total seven he drafted) in a personal safe at home after his removal as director — and in doing so also “violated FBI policies and his FBI Employment Agreement by failing to notify the FBI that he had retained them, or to seek authorization to retain them.” And the IG said Comey again violated the rules “by providing copies … of the four memos he had kept in his home to his three private attorneys without FBI authorization.” (source)