Far from opposing Trump, Comey ensured his victory with his October move which stopped Hillary’s momentum in its tracks.

The Inspector General’s report into the FBI’s actions during the presidential campaign is deeply critical of FBI Director James Comey's actions which heavily influenced the election in favor of Donald Trump.

BREAKING: The Justice Department’s watchdog faults former FBI Director James Comey on the Clinton email probe, but says Comey wasn't politically motivated https://t.co/vtHqb6ITta pic.twitter.com/KdkFoz3DRi

— CNN (@CNN) June 14, 2018

The Irish American FBI DIrector made legal decisions which should have been made by the Department of Justice and grandstanded when the race was on the line. He went public about reopening the Hillary inquiry, even though he was warned not to by his bosses, the inquiry found.

Far from opposing Trump, Comey ensured his victory with his October move which stopped Hillary’s momentum in its’ tracks.

Trump should have made him FBI Director for life as he, more than any other factor, ensured that Clinton got taken down.

Sources tell CBS News a government watchdog report coming out today will describe fired FBI director James Comey as insubordinate in the Hillary Clinton email investigation: pic.twitter.com/7g0URDdW1Y

— CBS News (@CBSNews) June 14, 2018

Comey's October surprise came over the “objections of top Justice Department officials,  nominally his bosses.” The New York Times reports.

There you have it, a runaway FBI Director exceeds his mandate and changes the result of an election. Maybe if it were possible we should impeach Comey.

James Comey speaking at a June 2016 conference.Wiki Commons