The one important question no is asking James Comey

FBI Director James Comey may have written his book just so he can try and salvage his reputation. It has been critically received by his peers and critics alike. The emphasis should be on critical. With that in mind, pay attention to the hype and prep that is going into his upcoming interview on Sunday night. It is obvious that he has a book to sell and is counting on a media frenzy to make him famous and wealthy. The ultimate goal is another attack on the President.

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

With a book to sell, former FBI Director James Comey is tantalizing everyone with a super-duper, soon-to-be-unveiled, never-before-revealed, abra-cadabra-alacazam revelation that will call into question President Obama’s Attorney General’s objectivity around the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s mishandling of top secret classified information. Like we didn’t know that. The real question is why didn’t he say anything about it when it happened, and why he only see fit to use it to sell books now?

Fox News reports:

James Comey’s cryptic reference in his new book to “a development still unknown to the American public” involving then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and the Hillary Clinton email probe is sparking furious speculation inside and outside the Beltway.

According to ABC News, Comey writes in “A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership,” that he became the public face of the investigation partly because of the mysterious development which he felt could cast “serious doubt” on Lynch’s independence.

“Had it become public, the unverified material would undoubtedly have been used by political opponents to cast serious doubt on the attorney general’s independence in connection with the Clinton investigation,” Comey writes, according to ABC. He calls the material a “development still unknown to the American public to…..


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