Attorney Reveals The Law That Comey, McCabe, Rosenstein & Yates Broke

Gregg Jarrett, Attorney for Fox News reveals the USC law that Comey, McCabe, Rosenstein and Yates broke. And how much time they would get if found guilty. Photo credit to screen captures by Dagger News.Gregg Jarrett, Attorney for Fox News reveals the USC law that Comey, McCabe, Rosenstein and Yates broke. And how much time they would get if found guilty. Photo credit to screen captures by Dagger News.

Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Attorney correspondent, reveals the law that was broken. And in the second video , Gregg reveals how much time in jail the offense is worth!

“This is just proof of government corruption …they concealed evidence and they deceived a judge…. They used it. They signed a document in front of the judge, vouched for the reliability and authenticity of this document. In other words , they were lying to the judge, that’s a crime.18 USC 242 it’s abuse of power. And it’s tragic that the people we expect to uphold and enforce the law are breaking it. This is the proof.”

Andrew McCabe, Deputy Director of the FBI, who recently left. Rod Rosenstein, current Deputy Attorney General and the one overviewing the Trump investigation. James Comey, former Director of the FBI. Finally, there was Sally Yates, former Deputy Attorney General. Click HERE to read the law 18 USC 242.

Watch the video below as Gregg Jarrett reveals how much TIME IN JAIL they would each receive if proven guilty.

“…ten years behind bars upon conviction!”

If you think these four are NOT above the law, then sound off below!

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4 Comments on "Attorney Reveals The Law That Comey, McCabe, Rosenstein & Yates Broke"

  1. Grace Reeves | February 3, 2018 at 4:40 am |

    Gregg Jarrett has always performed excellent legal research. Thank you.

  2. Bonnie Sinclair | February 3, 2018 at 6:15 pm |

    Yes they ALL need to be held accountable. No one is above the law remember?????

  3. Jeff Session will not prosecute them just, like he did Lois Lerner cost taxpayers 3.5 million this is only good for T v rating a joke at taxpayers expense

  4. no one is above the law

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