Thursday, December 22, 2016

Logic according to James Comey.

Didn't we use to execute traitors who tried to stage a coup on behalf of a foreign government?

Pretty sure we did.


  1. Anonymous8:05 AM

    Yes, and when will the 17 agencies act?

  2. Anonymous8:07 AM

    Will charges be filed against him for treason? Who will be named as co defendant's?

  3. Anonymous8:32 AM

    Treason and Collusion unmatched.

    1. Anonymous8:42 AM

      A new inside look at the chaos between the FBI and the Justice Department reveals that Hillary Clinton was correct. FBI Director Comey's letter to Congress 12 days before the election was a bombshell whose impact was underestimated by both the FBI and the Justice Department.

      The Washington Post provides details of how concerns at both FBI and Justice about public appearances and backlash led to a dispute over a letter that probably got Trump elected:

      Battered by Republican lawmakers during a hearing that summer, Comey feared he would come under further attack if word leaked about the Clinton case picking up again. He was surprised by the intensity of the reaction to his letter, according to people familiar with Comey’s thinking. His reputation fell further after the FBI acknowledged three days before the election that the emails amounted to nothing.

      Comey has taken the harsher beating in public for his decision, but some political observers and former Justice officials say that Lynch deserves at least as much scrutiny.

      Meanwhile, Justice officials decided that neither Lynch nor her deputy, Yates, should order Comey to not send the letter. They weren’t sure how Comey would respond to such a command. And they too feared leaks. Lynch and her advisers were nervous about how it would look if people found out that she, a Democratic presidential appointee, told Comey to keep secret from Congress a new development in the Clinton investigation.

    2. Anonymous8:43 AM

      Trouble Grows For Trump As Large Majority Wants Investigation Into Russia Election Meddling

      Trump's attempts to sway the public away from demanding an investigation in Russian election meddling are failing as a new Suffolk University poll found that Americans want an investigation by a nearly two to one margin.

  4. Anonymous9:06 AM

    So behind the times, Gryph. This is the post Democracy. This is Fascism. In fascism, anyone who trumpets for the fuhrer is golden. Most especially that blond bimbo motormouth...

    Hence, Comey will be embraced, not executed - 'unless he goes against me'.

    1. Anonymous2:36 PM

      Agree. What a wuss. Again, I find this all disgusting.


    "The Washington Post has now published a lengthy article detailing how and why the Comey Letter was sent to Congress by FBI Director James Comey on October 28th, just a week and a half before the 2016 presidential election.

    Unfortunately, the new story raises far more questions than it answers.

    The reason? It contradicts October 30th reporting in the very same newspaper."

    "In a just-published December 22nd article, the Post now claims, again quoting anonymous sources, that “within days, Comey was notified of the [October 3rd] discovery” of the “new” Clinton emails. If this is true, it means that Comey himself, not rogue agents within the New York field office of the FBI, sat for weeks on information that he should have disclosed immediately to the Department of Justice and the relevant Congressional committee—thereby creating, rather than being the victim of, a chain-of-command snafu that ensured that his subsequent letter to Congress would dramatically swing the presidential election to Trump.

    Attempts to contact the author of the recent piece in The Washington Post had not yet been responded to as of the time of this writing.

    Whatever the newspaper’s reply, however, it is clear now that serious, major-media attention to the Comey Letter, violations of the Hatch Act at the FBI, and the timeline of events that led to the so-called “re-opening” of the Clinton investigation is necessary.

    If rogue FBI agents angry about the July non-indictment of Clinton prevented Director Comey from accessing information he needed to make an informed decision about whether, when, and how to inform the DOJ and Congress about the “new” Clinton emails, and if Rudy Giuliani was telling the truth when he confessed on the Lars Larson radio program on October 28th (with details added in a November 4th interview on Fox News) that active FBI agents had leaked news of the “new” emails to him “three or four weeks” earlier, we have a Watergate-level conspiracy on our hands.

    If, however, it was Comey himself who sat on the critical intelligence for weeks, the accuracy of his October 27th letter to Congress, and the possibly duplicitous nature of his October 27th discussions with DOJ brass, must be more thoroughly investigated. It is time for the major cable and network news programs, as well as their peers in print media, to work together to fully uncover the unadulterated truth about what James Comey knew—and, for that matter, what Rudy Giuliani knew—and when he knew it."


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