Pete Hoekstra: We Now Have ‘Comey Rules’ on Which Investigations Can Be Made Public

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Pete Hoekstra, former Michigan congressman and chairman of the House Intelligence Committee spoke with Breitbart News Daily SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Wednesday regarding FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Adm. Michael Rogers’ testimony yesterday before the House Intelligence Committee.

Said Hoekstra, “I found it very interesting as some have described it, that we now have Comey rules, that he arbitrarily decides what investigations can be made public and which ones cannot be made public.”

Hoekstra called it “amazing,” adding, “the leaks thing is the one area where we know that crimes have been committed, felonies have been committed, and he can’t commit to say that there’s actually investigations going on in that area.”

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