Hillary Clinton Did Not Lie About Her Statement That FBI Director James Comey Attested To That Fact; But The Anti Hillary Media Insist That Clinton Made A Horrible Gaffe! Read The Facts And See The C-Span Videos!

At a press conference following her speech at the NABJ convention today, Hillary Clinton “clarified” a remark that the media insists was a horrible gaffe that FBI Director James Comey said she told the truth about her emails:


Hillary Clinton Addressed The Facts!




As Donald Trump‘s terrible week winds to a close, the mainstream media has picked up a counter-narrative that says Trump did Hillary Clinton a yuge favor by overshadowing the “gaffe” she committed last weekend when she told Fox News’ Chris Wallace that FBI DirectorJames Comey backed up her version of the “Emailgate” story. Armed with a quartet of fictional marionette heads, Republicans fashioned the narrative into a talking point that even pro-Hillary media yappers didn’t bother to refute. The “fact-checkers” have spoken. 

Except they’re wrong, every one of them, and they’re all, to some degree, lying in order to support their wrong conclusion. Mostly, they are committing a lie of omission, and so, for our more impatient readers, I will cut to the chase, on the condition that anyone who wants to argue the point with me on Twitter must read the whole thing first. The thing they are all leaving out of theirvarious andsundry fact-checking exercises is this key exchange from FBI Director James Comey’s testimony before Congress:

FBI Director James Comey admits that Hillary Clinton Did Not Lie: C-SPAN



“That would be a reasonable inference.”

All of the “Big Three” fact-checkers acknowledged the substance of the exchange to some degree, but either downplayed or outright lid about it. Politifact said Comey called the markings “insufficient,” when what he actually did was reply “no” when asked if any of the emails were “properly marked” as classified.

FactCheckDotOrg said Comey told that hearing that those emails “could have been missed by Clinton” when what he actually said was that a person who’s an “expert at what’s classified and what’s not classified” would reasonably infer “that those three documents were not classified.”

The Washington Post‘s fact-checker, the oft-quoted Glenn Kessler,made zero mention of the exchange, instead relying on this earlier exchange that Comey himself later contradicted:

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