6 thoughts on “CNN(?!): Comey’s testimony shows Russia controversy is an anti-Trump witch hunt

  1. Vlad

    Anthony Scaramucci is the founder of SkyBridge Capital and was a member of the Trump transition team. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely his.

    Even CNN lets scumbags post their “opinions”.

  2. Vlad

    Comey clearly stated that President Trump was at no point the subject of any FBI investigation.

    True. But everything changed the day after Comey was “fired” and now even Twimp admits that he’s under Investigation.

  3. Vlad

    Rubio astutely observed “the only thing that’s never been leaked is the fact that the President was not personally under investigation.” Why? Because that didn’t fit the left’s Trump-Russia narrative.

    No. Because it was the truth. The “boss” doesn’t have to be directly under investigation when all of his underlings are being investigated. And who do you think is giving the their ORDERS? It’s just a matter of time before one of them takes “immunity”, just like Flynn wanted to do.

  4. Vlad

    There was only one reasons Twimp fired Comey.

    “I need loyalty, I expect loyalty,” Trump told then FBI Director James Comey in January – even though FBI directors are supposed to be independent of a president, and Comey was only 4 years into a 10 year term.

    1. elmer

      Well, apparently Comey was not “independent” of Obama and Tarmac Lynch when the self-styled Virtuous Boy Scout Comey acquiesced to the request to frame the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s server/emails as a “matter,” and not an investigation.

      The United States has a unitary executive. People in the executive branch of government serve at the pleasure of the President – an president. The sole exception is those who are not political appointees, and are subject to civil service statutes.

      So the idea of an “imperial bureaucracy,” and an FBI Director who is “untouchable” and “independent” is just more screed coming from The Unhinged, lefties and “progressives” who suffer from Trump Derangement Syndrome.

    2. elmer

      Actually, it is how America works. Has this guy even heard of the Constitution? Does he know that the President is the sole constitutional executive officer of the United States and that all of the subordinate executive branch personnel — including the Attorney General, all the prosecutors, the FBI, and the whole rest of the Justice Department — work for the President? Bharara was the most powerful of all U.S. Attorneys in the country for some seven and a half years, and claimed the authority under the Constitution to put hundreds of people in jail, and yet he seems to have absolutely no idea that the prosecutorial discretion function of the government belongs to the President and not to the director of the FBI or anybody else. The combination of ignorance and arrogance is breathtaking.

      I particularly like that business where Bharara is outraged at the President thinking he can tell the prosecutors what cases to pursue “based on his own whim or his own personal preferences or friendships.” And how exactly do you think U.S. Attorneys exercise the prosecutorial discretion function? How did Preet Bharara do it? Is he telling us that his “whim” or “personal preferences” or “friendships” had nothing to do with it? Balderdash! And why exactly does he think that his own “personal preferences” take precedence over those of the guy who was elected to the office of President? Rank idiocy.



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