Comey is at it again, backseat-driving for the job he was fired from

You can almost hear fired FBI Director James Comey whining that it’s not fair. He is complaining that some of his cronies and former employees are the victims of some sort of political game. This is the man who manipulated the media to get a Special Counsel appointed to investigate the President. It is just the chickens coming home to roost, Mr. Comey.

As Written and Reported By Monica Showalter for the American Thinker:

James Comey is at it again, backseat-driving for the job he was fired from to claim all of the personnel changes being made at the FBI are “attacks,” for “partisan gain.”

According to The Hill:

Former FBI Director James Comey is accusing current FBI leadership of bowing to political pressure by reassigning the FBI’s top lawyer.

“Sadly, we are now at a point in our political life when anyone can be attacked for partisan gain,” Comey tweeted Friday night, in a rare public statement.

“James Baker, who is stepping down as FBI General Counsel, served our country incredibly well for 25 years & deserves better,” he continued. “He is what we should all want our public servants to be.”

No, these public statements aren’t “rare” and this isn’t the first time Comey has been caught whining.

Comey is upset because another crony of his, FBI General Counsel James Baker, got “reassigned” after getting caught meeting with Mother Jones’s radical leftwing David Corn just before the news organ broke the first story of the existence of the Steele Dossier.

It follows news that former FBI counterintelligence deputy director and Special Counsel investigator Peter Strzok exchanged hate-Trump emails with his FBI mistress and spoke of an “insurance policy” in the event that Trump was elected president. That sounds an awful lot like a bid to overturn an election. Strzok also …..


Comey gets all sanctimonious about ‘partisan gain’

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