It has now been learned that Former FBI Director, James Comey, was working up his recommendation to not prosecute “Crooked Hillary” a full two months before she testified or was even interviewed regarding her whole email scandal. In fact, not much of the investigation had been conducted yet, but Comey was already willing to make a determination on her case. How could that be and why was that the case?
Consider this when reading a few of Comey’s recent comments, tweets and Instagram posts:
In this tweet, Comey said, “I want the American people to know this truth: The FBI is honest. The FBI is strong. And the FBI is, and always will be, independent.”
(Well, this is certainly closer to being true since Comey was fired by President Trump, but the FBI is still quite “swampy” at its upper levels. In fact, the FBI is currently not cooperating with Congress, regarding providing documents and information for quite a few on-going investigations. Hmm, do they actually have the right to do that, or are they just hunkering down in “the Swamp” when something is requested that they don’t want to provide for some reason? And who exactly is “they” and what do “they” hope to accomplish?)
After it was determined that General Flynn was cutting a deal with the Mueller investigation, Comey posted a picture of rapids on his Instagram account, accompanied by the caption: “‘But let justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream’ Amos 5:24.”
(That’s cute Mr. Comey, don’t worry, we’ll be getting to you, Crooked Hillary, and her entire band of accomplices and enablers shortly. Then your Bible verse will be more fitting.)
Mr. Comey also tweeted this quote, “‘Man’s capacity for justice makes democracy possible, but man’s inclination to injustice makes democracy necessary.’ Reinhold Niebuhr.”
(Again, that’s cute Mr. Comey, and it’s true. You just don’t realize that the “…man’s inclination to injustice makes democracy necessary.” part refers to you and the rest of your “swampy’ friends. YOUR definition of “democracy” equates to “the swamp.”)
On Nov. 11, 2016, Mr. Comey quoted a sermon from the late English Baptist preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon, “A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes,” hours after President Trump called Comey a proven “liar” and “leaker.”
(In this case, Mr. Comey might be correct. It did take the truth a while to “put its shoes on,” but they’re on now and they fit President Trump nicely, thank you.)
Then on Nov. 25, about a half-hour after President Trump attacked CNN and their propensity for biased and fake news, Comey tweeted a quote from Thomas Jefferson: “Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost.”
(In this case, Mr. Mr. Comey obviously views “the freedom of the press” as the freedom of the press to “manufacture” whatever news they want in order to advance “the swamp’s” interests.)
As we can see here, Former FBI Director James Comey really is becoming a “comeydian!”
The only problem for him is we are laughing at him and not with him.