Comey lied at least here…

It’s not so much that he got the wrong date, but what he said hinged heavily on that date…


It’s almost funny to look at Leftwing Comments pages and Rightwing Comments pages on the same stories!




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36 Responses to Comey lied at least here…

  1. Comey let Clinton slide.
    Ignored “obstruction” from Lynch.
    Acted cowardly.
    Leaked his own memo.
    He admitted that.
    That’s damning enough.
    What did Trump do?
    Ask for consideration for Flynn?
    Flynn was no threat to Trump.
    Even Chris Matthews thinks Trump is cleared.


  2. The Russians won. This is exactly what they desired, with their asymmetric warfare campaign.

    Trump v. Comey is largely irrelevant, and based on he said-he said. Both contestants in this sad reality show have equal credibility, but the theatrics are a sideshow to the larger investigation(s). And, public hearings only give us the bumper sticker version of events.

    Comey had every right to leak his own memo, so I’m not sure why the right is focused on this aspect.


  3. Comey said he leaked his memo because he thought that there might be tapes based on the Trump tweet.
    A tape would make the memo unnecessary.
    It would be objective, as opposed to a memo that was leaked to admittedly provoke another investigation. An investigation he knew was unnecessary, but politically damaging to Trump.


  4. bocopro says:

    Taking their cue from Comey’s Channeling Henri le Deux and his “Will no one rid me of this meddlesome priest!”

    Hillary says, “Will no one rid me of this meddlesome probe?”
    Trump says, “Will no one rid me of this meddlesome press?”
    DNC says, “Will no one rid us of this meddlesome PotUS?”
    CNN says, “Will no one rid us of this meddlesome ‘principle’?”
    Streep says, “Will no one rid me of this meddlesome public?”
    Obama says, “Will no one rid me of this meddlesome 22nd Amendment?”

    MSNBC says, “Somebody feed the damned pigeons!!”


  5. Comey released his own thoughts and words. That act is certainly no worse than Trump asking the AG to leave the room, in order to exert undue influence on an ongoing investigation, no?


  6. Or no worse than pseudo-blackmail: “James Comey better hope that there are no “tapes” of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!”, no?


  7. FB says:

    Biggest lesson is the leftist communist media are still finding problems with Trump. It’s never ending but at this point all they’re doing is damaging the left. So maybe a good thing.


  8. Since I didn’t watch it I can’t say who, if either, won. All I can say is that I will be glad when [this] is over!


  9. geeez2014 says:

    CI, I just heard Senator Collins agree that Comey definitely cannot leak his own memo, that it was government property. I don’t get it, but that’s the consensus from the legal community. It’s not just the Right pointing this out.
    We ALL know Trump says undignified, thin-skinned things….And, judging by how his lawyer spoke yesterday, I can see RETRIBUTION is the kind of legal advice he’s been getting all these years ..”GET HIM BACK!” It’s fine, you can BE like that, but not as president. Now, we all know Obama punished…look how he treated Netanyahu, Conservative tax payers by the IRS, etc…but he ACTED above it all, he didn’t scream it to the public via tweets, etc.

    FB, they won’t stop till he’s out of office. They’re scared to DEATH about the next Supreme Court appointment…and more.

    Ed, that’s a fabulous point. If there IS a tape, who needed leaked memos?? Medved yesterday said “EVEN CHRIS MATTHEWS…” Cracked me up! Ya, quite something, isn’t it.

    I’ve got to admit RUSSIAN COLLUSION didn’t seem to ME to be the subject of Comey’s hearing!!! It seemed to ME to be ALL about the Comey/Trump feud……..Comey slamming Trump hard to avoid himself being hit hard.



  10. geeez2014 says:

    AM SO HOPING that Loretta Lynch is looked into on this thing….”Don’t call it an investigation, call it a MATTER”??


  11. geeez2014 says:

    I worry so much about Trump. What an AWFUL thing to tweet; “Despite so many false statements and lies, total and complete vindication…and WOW, Comey is a leaker!”

    What a schoolyard bully this man is… And George Bush’s WH attorney today is saying this isn’t over for Trump by a long shot…that he is “in serious legal jeopardy”.

    After all Trump must have heard of people hoping he doesn’t tweet, that he stays above the fray, he tweets this? To quote him “SAD!”


  12. bocopro says:

    A spot of rhyme for the nonce (with apologies to Bob Service):

    There are strange things done in that Washington
    Where our legislature sits.
    Men with law degrees go on spending sprees
    That give taxpayers bad fits.

    The Capital’s lights have seen weird sights,
    But the oddest they e’er did see
    Was that time under Trump in a cognitive slump
    Congress interviewed James Comey.

    Now long, tall James was shot down in flames
    For not professing loyalty
    To his outsider boss who was in some deep sauce
    About election trickery.

    So the rumors they flew and fake news did forth spew
    As the pundits all sharpened their knives
    To cut down the upstart who broke Hillary’s heart
    And dig into the Bureau’s archives.

    The Ds were all hot to get off their best shot
    And bring down the pretender’s regime.
    And the networks chimed in with their partisan spin
    Based on Podesta’s dried-up wet dream.

    They all hemmed and some hawed but the truth was outlawed
    By their deepening innuendo
    And big Jim saw his chance for his case to advance
    With a quote from a king long ago:

    “Can no one,” he pled, “please rid me,” he said,
    “of this amateurish president.”
    But the doomed palace coup then began to fall through
    With the absence of strong evidence.

    So the plot to impugn or at least excommune
    The tangerine-tinted El Jefe,
    Came apart at the seams as their spiteful daydreams
    Were wiped out by a blast of Covfefe.


  13. geeez2014 says:

    Mr. Trump; How about this tweet instead? “Mr. Comey’s leak is surprising to me. We have our differences, and we disagree on conversations we had together, but the fact that he is the leaker in this situation is sad and surprising. I wish him well in the future.”



  14. geeez2014 says:

    Bocopro! I disagree that things were ‘wiped out’ and Trump’s exonerated.;..not by a long shot…but I love the poem! Thanks!

    EVERYBODY: Just heard again that even though the information Comey gave his friend wasn’t classified, he legally still couldn’t do that.
    This, I don’t quite understand. I mean, can an FBI director make a note on a cocktail napkin and not pass it to someone? They were HIS notes….


  15. Comey’s the Original Classification Authority [OCA] for his memo’s. I haven’t seen the assorted legal minds bring that up.


  16. geeez2014 says:

    CI, I think they probably have some pretty good legal minds looking into this and I’m hearing he ‘leaked.’ I find that nuts, myself.


  17. Oh, for certain. Trump’s lawyer said that they were going to file a compliant….but it won’t go anywhere. Comey released what is analogous to memoirs, as a private citizen, after writing them specifically to be Unclassified, as the OCA.


  18. geeez2014 says:

    CI, seems to me it’s like a memoir, too. Better legal minds than mine are looking at it differently.


  19. Mustang says:

    I enjoyed listening to Rubio destroy Comey’s credibility … masterful.


  20. geeez2014 says:

    Any COMMENTS about Clapper having said Trump was a threat to democracy?


  21. bocopro says:

    Hard to give Clapper any credibility these days. He was a Soetoro flunkie and gopher who doesn’t believe the Muslim Brotherhood is dangerous.

    Yes, the founding fathers created a system of checks and balances, which the liberal courts have been working non-stop to unbalance through their judicial activism and DingleBarry overtly assaulted with his pen-and-phone end run around Congress.

    He’s a professional disinformation specialist who knows that if you tell a big enough lie often enough it will eventually be accepted as true by the people who are too lazy to dig out the truth for themselves. Trump is not dismantling that system of checks and balances; he’s invoking it.

    No evidence except innuendo, rumor, and fake news exists to implicate DJT in any conspiracy with the Russians or anybody else. In fact, people like Clapper, Clinton, Podesta, and their ilk are playing smoothly into Putin’s hands by creating suspicion, doubt, and chaos in the US.

    Trump has been right – perhaps clumsily so – in most of his decisions, if not his actions. The only problems are spiteful losers and entrenched liberals fearful of the survivability of their golden parachutes.

    I trust Clapper about as far as I do Koskinen, or Clinton, or Soetoro, or Lynch, or Holder, or McCain, or Pelosi, or Maddow, or Cuomo, or Olbermann, or (insert name here).


  22. geeez2014 says:

    bocopro. exactly….but you’d THINK Clapper would be a bit more careful than throwing out remarks like that. Of course Anderson Cooper REALLY prodded him in that direction…

    EVERYBODY: Trump did VERy well in the press conference and actually said something like “WE WANT TO GET BACK ON TRACK HELPING THE AMERICAN PEOPLE….” instead of getting into a fist fight with some of the lib media, though he DID get a BIG dig in at them.
    He might be listening to people. I hope so.

    AND he said he’d be willing to speak under oath and didn’t say what Comey says he did. Also hinted that he has tapes but we’ll know ‘shortly’ and the media ‘will be very disappointed’…not sure what that meant. Neither were they, believe me, from the yelled comments he ignored.


  23. trutherator says:

    Putin snorted a snicker when he was asked if he hacked the American elections, to paraphrase: “Why bother? What difference would it make?” He knows that the real drivers long-term are under the radar. He also pointed out that the US government is the biggest meddler in the world.


  24. geeez2014 says:

    HEre’s a typical bigshot Lib on CNN just now “Yes, it can be obstruction….rather like what Nixon did or what it WAS ALLEGED Clinton did.” Wait!, Z thinks….”What Nixon DID, but what was ALLEGED that Clinton did?”
    Hilarious Positively hilarious


  25. Silverlady says:

    As mu husband so picturesquely says, ‘I wouldn’t trust Comey in an outhouse with a muzzle on’.
    That’s a Deep South colloquialism meaning that you REALLY can’t trust someone.


  26. Baysider says:

    Gee … so where’s the “there” there? Why bother to lie when he didn’t have to? Just 2nd nature??


  27. A few observations on managerial technique.
    If my direct report was about to make a move I’d rather he didn’t, I would ask him to think about not doing it. Perfectly reasonable. Not obstruction. In fact, it couldn’t be. I’m his boss.
    If I thought my boss was lying to me (and I’ve been in that situation) I would point it out to his manager (and I have) and if nothing changed, I would leave. That’s the honorable thing to do.
    And remember, Comey is well-heeled. He wouldn’t starve.


  28. Perfectly reasonable. Not obstruction. In fact, it couldn’t be. I’m his boss.

    It’s exercising influence to affect the course of an investigation, for personal gain. It’s the distinct sign of lack of managerial technique. The “boss” is not above the law. We’re talking about a Congressional and DOJ investigation, not office procedures.


  29. That’s where you’re wrong.
    It wasn’t for personal gain.
    It was a call for prosecutorial discretion for a man who had served his government and made a mistake. The same “intent” argument Comey had excused Clinton for.


  30. James Comey, by his own admission, former Director of the Federal Bureau om Matters.


  31. Federal Bureau of Matters.


  32. So, I take it…were this occurring in the Obama Administration, you would give the same pass? The personal gain is the obvious credibility of Trump’s Administration and his ‘leadership’.


  33. Mal says:

    We’ve been traveling (driving) the past 2 days and, thankfully, haven’t had to watch or listen to any of this. That’s my 2 cents worth!


  34. @ Mal,



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