Indict Comey for Obstruction of Justice
Larry Klayman blasts ex-FBI director over inaction on surveillance
By Larry Klayman
May 12, 2017
While various so-called political and legal commentators at CNN and MSNBC, as well as the Washington Post, New York Times and other leftist rags, have suggested in recent days that President Donald J. Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions should be prosecuted and/or impeached (and in the case of Sessions lose his law license) for firing former FBI Director James Comey, as according to them this constitutes obstruction of justice, ironically the opposite is true.
As I explained in the below embedded radio appearance at www.raffradio.com, where I exchanged views with the talented host, Franklin Raff, it is Comey himself, along with his staff, that deep-sixed their claimed investigation of Dennis Montgomery, a NSA/CIA whistleblower who came forward over two years ago, under grant of immunity, with 47 hard drives and over 600 million pages of information and then provided sworn testimony to FBI Agents Walter Giardina and William Barnett, showing that the intelligence agencies had not only "wiretapped," in the form of unconstitutional surveillance, Trump, his associates and his family, but also other prominent Americans such as the chief justice of the Supreme Court, other justices, 156 judges and persons like myself who challenge or even criticize government misconduct and illegality. In short, the president's firing of Comey was long overdue. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who recommended the former FBI director's termination, should now empanel a grand jury to investigate Comey for having covered up and subverted this would-be FBI investigation of mass illegal surveillance in violation of the Fourth Amendment.