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Monday, November 27, 2017

James Comey just doesn't seem to get it!

An interesting tweet came across the airwaves on November 25th from the former FBI Director James Comey - who was fired by President Trump due to his mishandling and politicizing the Federal Bureau of Investigations. He now has an account under his real name rather than his cover (which was blown) name to spy on Americans using Twitter while at the Bureau.

Apparently, now, Mr. Comey has begun quoting one of the great minds who founded America - someone who, in reality, would find Comey's actions during his 30+ year career an absolute abomination of our Jurisprudence.

It seems Comey experienced some momentary lapse of judgement (common sense and/or reality) because, after all, his reign of terror and lawlessness at the FBI was nothing close to what President Jefferson would have ever advocated or envisioned. In truth, the folks of the Jefferson era would have already hung the former FBI Director for treason.

It's rather ironic how people like Comey walk around among us, trying to exert some moral high ground, when he was participatory in exacting the very tyranny Jefferson sought so hard to prevent. 


Anonymous said...

As if it wasn't bad enough he's still walking around free as a jaybird, now he's quoting Thomas Jefferson? What an asshole! Hope they Lock Him Up sooner than later.

Anonymous said...

There's a big difference between a free press and one that has a liberal biased lens which allows traitors to leak Classified Information for personal gain. We have the latter now, whereas in Jefferson's time, there was the former.

Anonymous said...

Comey/Commie visa versa!!! Ray!!!

Anonymous said...

Ditto on lock him up sooner rather than later

Anonymous said...

Is Comey spitting in our faces or trying to be ironic? He's everything Jefferson warned us about when he talked about tyranny and the country's future. Why isn't this cat in prison yet?

Anonymous said...

The press is either free or it isn't. What's missing today is the word "responsible."