Saturday, February 18, 2017

Senate IntelCom has urgent meeting with Comey

Friday afternoon began a recess for Congress, and that usually means a mad dash to the airport by members of Congress who are eager to get home.   That is what makes this Friday afternoon meeting of the Senate Intelligence Committee so significant.   Nothing was announced about it except that it was to be "about Russia," plus the fact that FBI Director James Comey was observed going into the room.

In addition, senators were especially tight-lipped with the press when they left the meeting three hours later, some even refusing to acknowledge that Comey had been there.   So speculation is rife that something's up with the FBI's investigation into Russia's hacking and influence in our election. Some new evidence?  We don't know, but it's unlikely they would have scheduled a routine update session on Friday afternoon of a recess weekend.


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