Lyin’ Comey

James Comey

Former FBI Director, James Comey, has recently resurfaced with flare fit for a king. It’s strange since he has tried to bill himself as an impartial public servant and patriot. However, this public servant just inked a massive “Tell All” book deal, and a primetime TV interview slot with former Clinton staffer, George Stephanopolous.

Comey, who has flipped in recent years from a savior of the left, to s right-wing hero, and back to an anti-Trump villain, is currently a darling of the leftist in mainstream media. He is trying to again discredit President Trump, so of course, liberals are claiming he is a great hero once again. The truth of the matter though is that Comey is simply an attention seeking, political hack.

During the Hillary Clinton investigation, he grandstanded when he gave an hour-long press conference on all of Clinton’s misdeeds, and then told the Department of Justice not to press charges. Next, he put himself back in the limelight when he announced he was reopening the Clinton investigation just days before the election. Months later he refused to tell the public that President Trump was not under investigation, even though it was true, which eventually led to his firing and painted him as a martyr.

Now he’s pretending he’s just a patriot who cares about exposing ‘the truth’ about President Trump. However, if he were just a truth-seeking public servant, why didn’t he just tell us all ‘the truth’ months ago? Why did he wait until we were gearing up for the 2018 midterms? And why did he feel the need to get a major book deal? The truth is he’s just a political grandstander who loves the attention like everyone else in the swamp.

In response to his grandstanding, President Trump and Republicans have launched a new website called The Left, since they need him to be a golden-boy right now, is calling this site unfair, but it just lays out the facts about this Washington bureaucrat.

Fact v. Fiction

Myth #1

Fiction: Comey stated under oath that he never posed as an anonymous source to leak information to the press.

Fact: Comey later testified that he “asked a friend of [his] to share the content of the memo with a reporter” in order to put political pressure on President Trump.

Myth #2

Fiction: James Comey has portrayed himself as an innocent victim fired by President Trump.

Fact: While Democrats feigned outrage over President Trump’s firing of James Comey, they had long questioned Comey’s ability to lead the FBI and even called for him to be fired.

Nancy Pelosi suggested that Comey was “not in the right job.”

Bernie Sanders said, “It would not be a bad thing for the American people if [Comey] did step down.”

Chuck Schumer said, “I do not have confidence in [Comey] any longer.”

Maxine Waters said Comey “has no credibility” and deserved to be fired.

Myth #3

Fiction: James Comey wants to portray himself as a non-partisan, by-the-book Boy Scout rather than a politically motivated Washington insider.

Fact: Even Democrats and members of the liberal media have slammed Comey as a partisan, political leaker.

Hillary Clinton said Comey “bowed to partisan pressure.”

Nancy Pelosi called Comey a “political operative” who threw a “Molotov cocktail” that politically damaged Democrats.

CNN’s Chris Cillizza criticized Comey as a “typical Washington insider.”

CNN’s Brian Todd said Comey “revealed his skills as an inside Washington operator.”

Myth #4

Fiction: Comey may use his book tour to push the phony narrative that President Trump obstructed the Russia investigation.

Fact: No matter what his grandstanding book says, Comey has already confirmed multiple times under oath that neither President Trump nor his staff asked him to stop the Russia investigation.

SEN. RICHARD BURR: Director Comey, did the president at any time ask you to stop the FBI investigation into Russian involvement in the 2016 U.S. elections?

DIR. COMEY: Not to my understanding, no.

SEN. BURR: Did any individual working for this administration, including the Justice Department, ask you to stop the Russia investigation?