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Congressional Integrity Project Flies Plane With Banner Over Kentucky Derby Calling for Investigation Into James Comer

May 6, 2023

PRESS RELEASE         Contact:
For Immediate Release
Date: May 6, 2023

Washington, D.C. – Today, at the Kentucky Derby, Congressional Integrity Project flew a plane with a banner calling for an investigation into Rep. James Comer. The banner urges Comer’s constituents to go to, where they will find an article in the Louisville Courier Journal on Congressional Integrity Project’s letter to the Fayette Commonwealth Attorney’s Office. The letter asks for an investigation into Comer’s involvement in obtaining and distributing leaked emails and, if there is sufficient evidence, to charge him with a crime. Congressional Integrity Project executive director, Kyle Herrig, issued the following statement: 

“Comer all but admitted to the New York Times that his gubernatorial campaign had a hand in stealing a server, hacking emails, and leaking them to intimidate a former girlfriend and to hurt his political opponent, and he needs to be investigated and held responsible for his actions. His constituents deserve to know who their Representative really is. Comer has proven himself to be vindictive and driven by revenge, even in his role as chair of the House Oversight Committee, launching baseless investigations designed to hurt President Biden, and his family, while ignoring the issues families care about. What credibility does he have to conduct oversight investigations into others when he won’t even answer for his own actions to further his political career? No one is above the law.”