The Most Unusual Farewell for a Fomer Comey Assistant err…uh …. FBI Agent

It seems one of Comey’s former cronies, Josh Campbell, has decided to leave his position with the FBI for a shot at the spotlight.

Joining, and I’m laughing here, the “crack” team over at CNN to deliver their #FakeNews to you daily as their law enforcement analysts! What’s worse, is he decided to announce his leaving through a piece he wrote for The New York Times.

A flyer has been circling around the Bureau for a going away party of sorts of Campbell, with his colleagues celebrating his new role. Surprised he didn’t end up at the New York Times.

As Written and Reported  By Saagar Enjeti for the Daily Caller:

An official goodbye party flyer for former assistant to FBI Director James Comey, Josh Campbell, told attendees they could celebrate his new position at CNN, where he would “defend the bureau” on air, FBI veteran Jimmy Gagliano writes in a new op-ed for The Hill.

Gagliano confirmed to The Daily Caller he reviewed a copy of the flyer which told attendees of the party they could “celebrate [Josh’s] new endeavor defending the Bureau as a CNN Law Enforcement Analyst.”

An FBI spokesman declined to respond to TheDC’s request for comment on the party, saying the bureau does not confirm or deny any official or unofficial communications.

Campbell authored a recent op-ed for The New York Times declaring that he was leaving the bureau “so I can join the growing chorus of people who believe that the relentless attacks on the bureau undermine not just America’s premier law enforcement agency but also the nation’s security.” CNN announcedCampbell as a law enforcement analyst Monday when he made his television debut.

He also took aim at Republican House intelligence committee members for authoring a recent memo showing alleged ……..


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