Friday, January 13, 2017

Mr. Comey, You Got Some Explaining To Do!

James Comey refused to pursue allegations of Russian meddling in election.

The government agency overseeing the U.S. Justice Department is looking into the actions of James Comey, the FBI director. The Inspector General is concerned that Comey's last minute decision to look into perennial failure Hillary Clinton's emails doomed her in the final weeks of the presidential election.

The decision to reopen the case became the talk of the nation and also led to fuhrer Donald J. Trump winning the election.

Of course, he refused to go after Trump's connections to Russia. He basically blew all that off for some goddamn emails.

Michael Horowitz will not look into the decision not to prosecute Clinton and her aides. Instead he will review the actions of Comey took that Clinton and many of her supporters believe cost her the election.

The news presser in July which he called the actions of Clinton, "extremely careless". The latter to Congressional Republicans in October. Then the decision to close the investigation in November.

Democrats are seething with anger over this. Comey was also briefed on the Russian hacks and chose not to pursue the allegations of them meddling in the election.

Trump during his campaign wanted Comey fired out the cannon for not pursuing charges against Clinton. Trump said that the system was "rigged" and the FBI was politicized by him. He said if he won, he would continue dogging Clinton. So far, that's not going to happen. Even the Benghazi Committee finally closed.

Now that he will be the fuhrer, he might keep Comey on to do political witch hunts against the Democrats, Rosie O'Donnell, Meryl Streep, Megyn Kelly, CNN, the women who accused him of inappropriate behavior, his ex-wives, and his likely mistresses.

Clinton and former president Bill Clinton, Jimmy Carter without Roselyn and the Obamas will be there to see their mortal enemy sworn in.

Vice fuhrer Mike Pence will be sworn in by Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court. Trump will be sworn by Chief Justice John Roberts.


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