After months of frustration and aggravation, FBI Director James Comey was finally fired by President Donald Trump.
Comedy has been a man of very little integrity which was evident in the way that he handled the Hillary Clinton case. In some ways, I never thought this day would come, but lo and behold here we are. Of course, this treasonous scum deserved to be fired a long time ago, but as they say, good things come to all that wait.
But, what led to Comey’s dismissal was more than meets the eye, and it all started with a beautiful young congresswoman.
When something goes wrong there is always a moment that we can trace it back to. For former FBI Director James Comey that moment was on March 20, 2017. If you are not familiar with that date let me refresh your memory. That day is when Comey began to answer questions under oath before the congressional committee. This committee was beginning their investigation into the so-called Russian interference of the 2016 election.
Comey may have thought he would be able to pull a fast one and get out of this questioning relatively unscathed, but he was wrong. You see, Comey was not aware of a young congresswoman named Rep. Elise Stefanik asking any questions. And, as it turns out, she may have been the one to take James Comey down.
During the intense questioning, Rep. Stefanik ensnared Comey into a trap. Rep. Stefanik was able to get Comey to admit that there was an investigation into Trump that started back in July 2016. Ok, that is strange, right? Why would these intelligence communities begin to investigate a Russia/Trump connection right when he nominated? That seems to be rather far-fetched and suspicious if you ask me.
But, Rep. Stefanik was not done with her questioning at all, in fact, she was just getting warmed up. Rep. Stefanik then began to ask questions about these intelligence communities wiretapping private citizens, such as Trump and his staff. And, that is when he all went downhill for Comey and fast.
In the segment of the questioning below Rep. Stefanik begins by asking director Comey what are the typical protocols, broad standards and procedures for notifying the Director of National Intelligence, the White House and senior congressional leadership (aka the intelligence Gang of Eight), when the FBI has opened a counter-intelligence investigation.
The parseltongue response from Comey is a generalized reply (with uncomfortable body language) that notification of counter-intel investigations is discussed with the White House, and other pertinent officials, on a calendar basis, ie. “quarterly”.
Here you can watch where Rep. Stefanik lures a confident Comey into a trap that he cannot get out of.
Here is more from Conservative Treehouse:
Director Comey intentionally obfuscates knowledge of the question from Rep Stefanik; using parseltongue verbiage to get himself away from the sunlit timeline.
The counter-intel investigation, by his own admission, began in July 2016. Congress was not notified until March 2017. That’s an eight-month period – Obviously obfuscating the quarterly claim moments earlier.
The uncomfortable aspect to this line of inquiry is Comey’s transparent knowledge of the politicized Office of the DNI James Clapper by President Obama. Clapper was used rather extensively by the Obama Administration as an intelligence shield, a firewall or useful idiot, on several occasions.
There is not a defense at all that can explain why Comey acted in the way that he did. Comey should have informed Congress but chose not to and why is anyone’s guess. Of course, the left is saying that the reason that President Trump fired Comey was because of the Russian collusion investigation. However, we all know that is could not be further from the truth. They have dug all around President Trump and not one thing has been discovered that could be interpreted as scandalous.
This was all on the treasonous parasites from the Obama administration, and Rep. Stefanik was able to catch Comey red-handed. This is how you drain the swamp in Washington D.C. and with the help of Rep. Stefanik we were able to get rid of one more.