BREAKING: James Comey is still fired


This shit is cray-cray.


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110 Responses to BREAKING: James Comey is still fired

  1. dm says:

    He should have been fired, if for nothing else, the FBI’s casual handling of Clinton, her associates, and their devices…WTH kind of non-investigation was that???

  2. votermom says:

    White House Apprentice is the best season of Apprentice ever.
    I wonder who gets fired next?

  3. helenk3 says:

    you know what would make me happy. I would like James O’Keefe to do an expose of slimy slug schumer. he makes my skin crawl.

    now the slimy slug is calling for a special prosecuter.

    I will say that Mitch Mc Connell did call him out this morning

  4. DandyTIger says:

    Best faux meltdowns by all the Dems ever. Everyone gets an Oscar. You get an Oscar, you get an Oscar… Still not tired of all the winning!

  5. taw46 says:

  6. This has “cable television series” written all over it.

    • kanaughty says:

      There was a true crime podcast on this. But for the life of me, with all the true crime podcasts i listen too, i don’t remember which one covered this. Maybe generation why, true crime garage, sword and scale, or real crime profile? But i listen to so many others too 😦 amyway, i was a great episode. It is a crazy story.

    • votermom says:

      wow
      kinda can’t even blame the kid

      • Jadzia says:

        There was a case a few years ago with a mommy blogger who did this. The kid ended up dying after mom injected him with something to make him sicker. Mom is now in prison.

    • swanspirit says:

      I have never worked with a more intractable, inflexible mental illness, than Munchausen’s, or Münchhausen’s by proxy. I once worked with a young woman, and our team worked very hard with her, and it appeared that we had some progress. The first opportunity she had to be on her own, she ate batteries.
      I think there has to be some defense for that child. She may have saved her own life.

  7. NeverTrumper Jim Geraghty:

    Even if Trump found himself disappointed with Comey’s performance once he was in the Oval Office, a normal administration gets their ducks in a row before making a big, dramatic step like this. The arguments and justification for the move are put in place and on paper. Talking points are distributed. Rumors often leak. Replacement names start to surface. A figure on his way out, like Comey, starts to read the handwriting on the wall. By the time the announcement is made, it’s almost old news; everyone’s had time to acclimate to the change.

    Trump is not a normal POTUS

  8. elliesmom says:

    In the business world, there’s a model for a hostile takeover. The first thing you do is replace the person who is in charge of the hiring and firing and bring in your own person. Then you start firing people at the lower end of management and bringing in people whose loyalties will be to you. By the time you get ready to let the head honcho go, no one will really care all that much, and there won’t be very many people left who might want to sabotage the guy you choose to take his place. You don’t risk your own job for a guy you’ve only worked for a few months. I have a close friend who was the guy who came in to fire people. He’s a sweetheart of a guy, and no one meeting him would have ever guessed it was his job. His point of view was someone was going to fire the folks, and better it be a guy like him who was going to do his best to help them land on their feet. Trump has the problem of not having the underlings on his side or at least neutral. The swamp is incredibly deep as well as being wide.

  9. Dora says:

    • taw46 says:

      Finally, someone points out there have been numerous events hosted by FLOTUS. The left likes to lie to their idiot followers that she does nothing. And of course, majority of the MSM doesn’t report on it, or very briefly.

  10. helenk3 says:

    why did FOX make us listen difi whine over firing, but cut off Ted Cruz and refuse to show his take on it?

    • taw46 says:

      “Our Democratic colleagues [are] complaining about the removal of an FBI director whom they themselves repeatedly and sharply criticized,” McConnell said on the Senate floor. “That removal being done by a man, Rod Rosenstein, who they repeatedly and effusively praised.”

  11. foxyladi14 says:

    WOW!! What a great post.
    I have shared it. 😀

  12. helenk3 says:

    http://www.newsmetropolis.com/article/breaking-trey-gowdys-epic-statement-on-fired-fbi-director-and-his-future-replacement

    Trey Gowdy’s statement on comey firing

    it is all over facebook that so many people would love to have Trey Gowdy as head of FBI.
    I agree he would be great at the job. But I stand by my statement that at this time we need him more in congress due to his brain and his guts to stand up for the American people. We do not have enough people in congress that would do that

    • mothy67 says:

      I think somebody without a history with the clinton clan might be a better choice. Rosie, Cher and others might go Antifa.

  13. helenk3 says:

    http://canadafreepress.com/article/will-dems-next-be-leaving-tear-soaked-teddybears-and-flowers-for-comey-at-f

    will dems be leaving tear soaked teddybears and flowers for comey at FBI hdqtrs?

    MYIQ
    if you can take this picture and update your post it is perfect.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Hee, hee, hee.
      Scathingly brilliant Ann.
      I am so enjoying the meltdown I’m almost feeling guilty, almost.
      Keep the 🚂🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 rolling,

    • 49erDweet says:

      Apparently Ken Maxwell hasn’t yet read Rod Rosenstein’s letter outlining the glaring errors and mistakes in sound judgement Comey committed. Or somehow doesn’t care.

  14. taw46 says:

    Catherine Herridge – a real journalist.

  15. votermom says:

    an old book but new to me

  16. DeniseVB says:

    Kennedy !

    • mcnorman says:

      Smarmy Cuomo must had to have been a real turd as a kid. He’s quite the petulant manchild. I would have flung the “you said that reading Hillary’s emails was illegal” at him.

  17. taw46 says:

  18. helenk3 says:

    Is all this business about the supposed Russian interference in our election annoying you as much as it is annoying me? I know they did not influence my choice to vote for trump. My choice was between Benghazi or bad pay. I know most of you here were trump voters before me. Did Russian influence you? I do not think so.
    The democrats seem to me to be the one undermining our election system. With the phony outrage because hillary lost and using Russia as an excuse does more harm than good to the election process. The treatment of Trump voters by the dems does not set a good example of a free country. The never ending obstruction of an elected president’s agenda does not help this country.
    The Russian excuse is now being used to fan outrage over the firing of Comey. The man did not do his job and overstepped his bounds. Russia has nothing to do with that.
    The dems have given the Russians so much more standing in the world due to their nonsense.
    Boris and Natasha now look more real than characters in a cartoon thanks to the dems.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I think if there was any collusion it would have come out long before election day. The only time I remember Russia being a problem was when Hillary sold them all that uranium, then Bill got big bucks for giving a speech in Russia. Interesting, eh? Media didn’t bat an eye.

    • blowme0bama says:

      The only thing SPECIFIC I’ve heard concerning actual Russian efforts to influence the election were the articles ginned up on known shady news sites like RT and ZeroHedge. Those things have been around forever and I don’t even look at them. They WANT to say that the DNCLeaks (not the Podesta Emails), were hacked by Russians, but the problem is, we’ve seen that is based on, according to whoever examined them, almost intentionally obvious signature hacking artifacts which point to Russian efforts. Why is that a problem? Wikileaks with Vault 7 disclosed that the CIA/NSA has hacking tools that can CREATE what appear to be easily identifiable signatures known to be associated with foreign, state sponsored, cyber efforts.

      So yes, this “muh Russians” garbage is complete HORSESHIT, and the Dems / Media know it as well – the only people who are stupid enough to believe it are Dem voters.

    • Constance says:

      I’m sick of the Russia crap. And the thing is the Dems are wallowing in their delicious outrage. They still have absolutely nothing to offer voters. So what is their plan for our future? When are they going to step up and try to give us the best Health care, not insurance, HEALTH CARE possible. They are crazy people with no ideas and they refuse to work.

    • Anthony says:

      It felt like a big steaming load of BS from the get go. If it’s true that Russia was as big a threat as the Progs are whining, it didn’t happen overnight. POTUS Bambi was in office for 8 years before this election. Wtf was he paying attention to?

    • I was gonna vote for Hillary until Vlad told me to vote for Trump.

  19. Dora says:

  20. Dora says:

    Good answer.

    ==

    Caught On Video: Hockey-Playing Putin Reacts To Comey Termination

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-05-10/caught-video-hockey-playing-putin-reacts-comey-termination

  21. DeniseVB says:

    Huck’s kid is becoming a rock star on twitter 🙂

  22. helenk3 says:

    http://cjpearson.org/topics/opinions/rino-john-mccain-james-comey-is-the-most-trusted-person-in-america

    it is way past time for this man to go home and spend time with his family

    • lyn says:

      Yay!

    • lateblum says:

      Ha! Jesus Christ Superstar is the musical that the Lyric Opera will produce spring of 2018.
      This year they’re doing “My Fair Lady”; last year they did “The King and I”.
      Maybe I’ll finally get to see it.

  23. DeniseVB says:

    Wonder if they would have done this to Dr. Ben Carson ? Betsy’s a trooper, looks like she gave the speech anyhow despite those rude little sh*theads. I do remember MichelleO and Hillary leaving events because of hecklers.

    http://freebeacon.com/issues/devos-booed-commencement/

  24. Via Ace:

    The hypocrisy really gets ratcheted up with John Oliver, the No. 1 darling to so many liberal anti-Trumpies, who regularly attacks GOP tax schemes as giveaways to the rich and detrimental to the poor. …
    Back in July 2014, in an episode in which he lamented the “Wealth Gap in America” (which has resulted in the richest one percent of Americans controlling 20 percent of annual income), Oliver said, “At this point the rich are just running up the score… What sets America apart is that we are actively introducing policies that disproportionately benefit the wealthy,” such as tax cuts and loopholes like trusts.

    So it’s a little surprising to discover that just months before, Oliver had a tax attorney set up two revocable trusts, one for him and one for his wife, to hide the couple’s purchase of a $9.5 million Manhattan penthouse. Then he used a tax loophole created by Donald Trump himself back in the 1970s, when the current president was merely a prominent New York real estate developer and aspiring celebrity author.

    The loophole in question is the banally named “421-a” tax dodge, which was recently attacked in a Daily News op-ed written by two New York state Democrats, one a senator and the other an assemblyman…

    But just four months before Oliver’s July show, he had hired slick New York law firm Proskauer Rose LLP, which, in addition to union-busting and representing BP America, ChevronTexaco and ExxonMobil, specializes in helping the rich find tax breaks and buy real estate….

    In other words, [Oliver’s lawyer] is exactly the type of fancy pants attorney who helps his 1 percent clientele get the tax breaks and use the loopholes that Oliver gets such mileage deriding on TV….

    Oliver benefits from New York’s property tax system, which offers huge advantages to residents of rich enclaves like the one where he lives. For example, even though Oliver paid $9.5 million for his penthouse, the city assessed its market value for tax purposes at just $1.3 million. However, only $515,000 of that amount was billable for property taxes. At a rate of 12.8 percent, Oliver normally would have paid $66,390.

    However, property tax records show that, thanks to Trump and Roy Cohn, Oliver gets the very generous 421-a tax break on the penthouse. Hence, his property’s billable value after the exemption plunged by over $300,000, and he owed just $27,343 for 2016. That comes out to a property tax rate of roughly 0.25 percent, which would make Ronald Reagan and Ayn Rand dance in their graves from happiness.

  25. helenk3 says:

    some interesting info

    James Comey’s … personal and professional relationships … reinforce bipartisan concerns that he may have politicized the criminal probe.
    These concerns focus on millions of dollars that Comey accepted from a Clinton Foundation defense contractor, Comey’s former membership on a Clinton Foundation corporate partner’s board, and his surprising financial relationship with his brother Peter Comey, who works at the law firm that does the Clinton Foundation’s taxes.

    Lockheed Martin

    When President Obama nominated Comey to become FBI director in 2013, Comey promised the United States Senate that he would recuse himself on all cases involving former employers.

    But Comey earned $6 million in one year alone from Lockheed Martin. Lockheed Martin became a Clinton Foundation donor that very year.

    Comey served as deputy attorney general under John Ashcroft for two years of the Bush administration. When he left the Bush administration, he went directly to Lockheed Martin and became vice president, acting as a general counsel.

    How much money did James Comey make from Lockheed Martin in his last year with the company, which he left in 2010? More than $6 million in compensation.

    Lockheed Martin is a Clinton Foundation donor. The company admitted to becoming a Clinton Global Initiative member in 2010.

    According to records, Lockheed Martin is also a member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt, which paid Bill Clinton $250,000 to deliver a speech in 2010.

    In 2010, Lockheed Martin won 17 approvals for private contracts from the Hillary Clinton State Department.

    HSBC Holdings

    In 2013, Comey became a board member, a director, and a Financial System Vulnerabilities Committee member of the London bank HSBC Holdings.

    “Mr. Comey’s appointment will be for an initial three-year term which, subject to re-election by shareholders, will expire at the conclusion of the 2016 Annual General Meeting,” according to HSBC company records.

    HSBC Holdings and its various philanthropic branches routinely partner with the Clinton Foundation. For instance, HSBC Holdings has partnered with Deutsche Bank through the Clinton Foundation to “retrofit 1,500 to 2,500 housing units, primarily in the low- to moderate-income sector” in “New York City.”

    “Retrofitting” refers to a Green initiative to conserve energy in commercial housing units. Clinton Foundation records show that the Foundation projected “$1 billion in financing” for this Green initiative to conserve people’s energy in low-income housing units.

    Who Is Peter Comey?

    When our source called the Chinatown offices of D.C. law firm DLA Piper and asked for “Peter Comey,” a receptionist immediately put him through to Comey’s direct line. But Peter Comey is not featured on the DLA Piper website.

    Peter Comey serves as “Senior Director of Real Estate Operations for the Americas” for DLA Piper. James Comey was not questioned about his relationship with Peter Comey in his confirmation hearing.

    DLA Piper is the firm that performed the independent audit of the Clinton Foundation in November during Clinton-World’s first big push to put the email scandal behind them. DLA Piper’s employees taken as a whole represent a major Hillary Clinton 2016 campaign donation bloc and Clinton Foundation donation base.

    DLA Piper ranks #5 on Hillary Clinton’s all-time career Top Contributors list, just ahead of Goldman Sachs.

    And here is another thing: Peter Comey has a mortgage on his house that is owned by his brother James Comey, the FBI director.

    Peter Comey’s financial records, obtained by Breitbart News, show that he bought a $950,000 house in Vienna, Virginia, in June 2008. He needed a $712,500 mortgage from First Savings Mortgage Corporation.

    But on January 31, 2011, James Comey and his wife stepped in to become Private Party lenders. They granted a mortgage on the house for $711,000. Financial records suggest that Peter Comey took out two such mortgages from his brother that day.

    This financial relationship between the Comey brothers began prior to James Comey’s nomination to become director of the FBI.

    DLA Piper did not answer Breitbart News’ question as to whether James Comey and Peter Comey spoke at any point about this mortgage or anything else during the Clinton email investigation.

    Peter Comey Re-Designed the FBI Building

    FBI Director James Comey grew up in the New Jersey suburbs with his brother Peter. Both Comeys were briefly taken captive in 1977 by the “Ramsey rapist,” but the boys managed to escape through a window in their home, and neither boy was harmed.

    James Comey became a prosecutor who worked on the Gambino crime family case. He went on to the Bush administration, a handful of private sector jobs, and then the Obama administration in 2013.

    Peter Comey, meanwhile, went into construction.

    After getting an MBA in real estate and urban development from George Washington University in 1998, Peter Comey became an executive at a company that re-designed George Washington University between 2004 and 2007 while his brother was in town working for the Bush administration.

    In January 2009, at the beginning of the Obama administration, Peter Comey became “a real estate and construction consultant” for Procon Consulting.

    Procon Consulting’s client list includes “FBI Headquarters Washington, DC.”

    So what did Procon Consulting do for FBI Headquarters? Quite a bit, apparently. According to the firm’s records:

    Procon provided strategic project management for the consolidation of over 11,000 FBI personnel into one, high security, facility.

    Since 1972 the Federal Bureau of Investigation has had its headquarters in a purpose built 2.1 million square foot building on Pennsylvania Avenue. Having become functionally obsolete and in need of major repairs, GSA and the FBI were considering ways to meet the space needs required to maintain the Bureau’s mission and consolidate over 11,000 personnel.

    Procon assisted GSA in assessing the FBI’s space needs and options for fulfilling those needs. Services provided included project management related to site evaluations, budgeting, due diligence, and the development of procurement and funding strategies.

    Those “funding strategies” included talking to “stakeholders”: “Worked with stakeholders and key leadership to identify strategic objectives, goals and long range plans for capital and real estate projects.”

    Procon Consulting obtained its contract for FBI Headquarters prior to James Comey’s nomination to serve as director of the FBI.

    In June 2011, Peter Comey left Procon Consulting to become “Senior Director of Real Estate Operations for the Americas” for DLA Piper.

    Peter Comey has generated some controversy in that role. According to Law360 in May 2013 (the same month that James Comey was confirmed as someone being considered by Obama to become FBI director):

    Two real estate services businesses filed a $10 million suit against the law firm Monday alleging it stiffed them on as much as $760,000 of work done at DLA Piper’s Chicago office and improperly gave proprietary information to a competitor.

    ….

    The plaintiffs take particular aim at Peter Comey,…

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