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We’ve heard a good bit about voter fraud and rigging the election in the last several months as we move towards the presidential campaign. But what about government agencies directly interfering? Just a few days ago, the director of the FBI, a James Comey, publicly released information about the email controversy with Hillary Clinton. He previously issued a public statement saying that he sold no criminal activity. Now he’s looking at it again. So far so good as well as investigation. But what about the propriety of a government official making statements that could directly influence the coming election? Is this proper? I say not, and so do many other former prosecutors, mostly who are Republican. Take a look at my new column, now posted, to see what you think. You can read it by going to the Red Flashing Box above, or by Clicking Here.