Thursday, June 01, 2017

Comey a drama-averse guy? When?

Comey was fired by Trump as a condition by Russia when they visited the White House. The Comey firing threw the FBI and the CIA for that matter a curve ball and they were off balance when Russia came to the Oval Office. 

Comey is facing the people because he threw the election. Just that simple. It is a fact and there is evidence to prove it and the California popular vote has nothing to do with it.

It wasn't just Clinton, it was down ballot, too. It caused the grossly imbalanced power in DC right now.

June 1, 2017
By Amber Phillips

James Comey (click here) just can't seem to stop haunting President Trump. Trump fired Comey as FBI director a few weeks ago, drawing criticism from Democrats and Republicans because the FBI is waist-deep into an investigation into Russia meddling in the U.S. election and whether Trump's campaign helped.

Then we learned Comey took “detailed” notes that outline potentially legally murky questions the president asked him about the FBI probe. And now, Comey is expected to testify before a Senate committee — as early as next week — about much of this.

Comey is known as a drama-averse guy, and this is as dramatic as it gets. Comey is likely very aware this sets him up for a major showdown with the president. So what's in it for him?

We tried our best to get inside Comey's head and run down the pros and cons of sharing what he knows with Congress....