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What We REALLY Learned from James Comey’s Testimony

On December 8, a 235-page document outlining former FBI director James Comey’s complete testimony was released to lawmakers. While Congress continues to sift through these documents, there are already a number of interesting revelations that have been unearthed.

One point of interest in Comey’s testimony is the fact that Comey admitted that the anti-Trump dossier – the piece of opposition research that was used as the basis for the Russian collusion investigation – was unverified and minimally corroborated. This is something we’ve known for a while now thanks to the investigation of Rep. Nunes, but it is also something that Comey is just now admitting to.

James Comey also defended FBI agent Peter Strzok, saying that he saw no indication of bias. This is an incredible claim since Strzok made the evidence of his bias against Trump painfully obvious. If Comey truly didn’t notice it, then he was either willfully casting a blind eye or was completely incompetent at his job.

These, of course, are just a couple of the more interesting revelations to come out of Comey’s testimony so far. To learn more about what the former FBI director’s most recent testimony has revealed, be sure to check out the video below.

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