Friday, October 28, 2016

The Comey FBI


Q:  What's the difference between a sleeping security guard and an FBI agent?


A:  The security guard never looked away when presented proof of crimes that put national security at risk.

My July article on the Comey-FBI - FBI Resignations: Where Are They?


Here is the Drudge page today.

Apparently FBI Director Comey was fooled by the recent polling showing Hillary up in double digits.  He thought he was safe.  Then, as the Hillary campaign was warned behind closed doors, the polls were going to be 'corrected' once early-voting had started in key states.  After all, these obsolete-media outlets have to save some face for the post-election season.

So what does Comey do today?  He re-opens the investigation in to Hillary's emails.  They allegedly have 'new' information that the 150 agents didn't find in the first 18-month investigation.  Perhaps...  she may have violated a law after all.  Perhaps.

I think this is a more accurate headline for today.  Don't you?


The Comey-FBI.  If an agent still works there after Director Comey first covered-up Hillary's crimes, they should 1) be ashamed of themselves, and 2) they should admit they now work for the "Comey FBI."

I'd be posting this from jail had I done a tenth of her crimes.

UPDATED 10 minutes later:

FB Comrade Matt says:
If you think the FBI "just learned new information" please slap yourself.
They re-opened the case because now WE have the same info they HAD and they are out of excuses.

UPDATED 10.29.16 9:20am (CST):

Comrade Matt Bracken shared this on FB this morning:


UPDATED 10.30.16 10pm:


And Anthony wears an imitation Glorious Hat!



UPDATED 10.31.16 1pm:

Multiple sources are saying Comey had multiple resignations on his desk, including resignations from senior FBI staff.  Here is one from ZH.

Did I influence this with my July article at American Thinker where I suggested immediate resignation was the only right thing to do?  I hope so.  But I take no joy in it.

My opinion of the FBI does not change until:
1) Comey resigns,
2) The rule of law is restored, and all criminals are treated (indicted) equally,
#2 will take a while.  And to be clear here, #2 includes the entire Clinton crime syndicate in prison.

1 comment:

David said...

I'll not be holding my breath for an indictment.

Rather, cynical me suspects that this is merely the set-up for yet another Comey presser where he declares her innocent(ish) yet again, but closer to the election.