Corruption at the highest levels of law enforcement is something you might expect in a Third World or Communist country, but in America we like to think we can have greater confidence in our leaders than that.
That notion came into question for many people recently when FBI Director James Comey refused to recommend Hillary Clinton for prosecution over her mishandling of classified e-mails on her unsecured personal server. When dragged before a House committee who wanted to know why, Comey admitted after intense grilling from Republican Rep. Trey Gowdy that many of the things that Hillary said were untrue and that her handling of America's secrets was "extremely careless."
Yet when Comey continued to defend his insistence that Hillary not be prosecuted, it left many conservatives and common sense individuals convinced that Comey was throwing aside his FBI director duties to do everything he could to get Hillary into the White House.
Now today, according to Fox News, Comey was brought before the House committee to explain why he granted immunity to Paul Combetta, the computer specialist who is accused of trying to cover up Hillary's emails, and to Hillary aides Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson, even though they illegally possessed classified information on their laptops as well. He was also asked why Mills and Samuelson, as a witnesses and possible suspects in the investigation, were allowed to sit in the room as Hillary's legal counsel during the FBI's interview of Hillary.
Watch (Note: The grilling of Comey on Hillary's aides is between 0:28 and 6:43):
Do you think Comey is 100% in the tank for Hillary, or is he just doing his job?