by Pamela Williams
The firing of Ex-FBI Director James Comey comes as no surprise when you learn about James Comey the man. Regardless of the truth he must always be right, and every decision he makes comes from his need of self-aggrandizement. The trouble is not merely Comey’s grandstanding on behalf of his ego, but he made the nourishment of that ego the motivating force behind his reign at the FBI.
Comey would never consider that his own mistakes led to his firing. If you asked him, he would probably say, “no,” and “I would do it all over again.” Comey had ambitions of breaking from the Justice Department to make the FBI independent. He is quoted as saying: “The F.B.I. is in the executive branch, but not of the executive branch.”
Comey made several major missteps in the Hillary Clinton Email Investigation that led to his downfall:
- He assumed that Clinton would win the election, and he evaluated his options with that in mind.
- He estimated that it would take months to review the Clinton e-mails, but it took only a few days. Most of the emails turned out to be duplicates of messages collected in the previous phase of the Clinton investigation. Had F.B.I. officials known that the review could be completed before the election, Comey likely wouldn’t have said anything before examining the emails. Instead, he announced that nothing had changed in the Clinton case on November 6th just two days before the election. This came after many millions had already cast their ballots in early voting. Americans were confused and stressed by his every word.
- Comey’s silence about the Bureau’s investigation of possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia has killed him. Why the silence? Who knows what is in the mind of James Comey?
- He continually stalked President Trump while creating chaos in his Administration. He was even involved in the creation of the fake dossier.
- Last, but not least, Attorney General Loretta Lynch and FBI Director James Comey were to work together throughout the investigation, but James Comey basically went rogue and appeared before the press without AG Lynch. She was shocked. She reminded Comey about department policy regarding investigative steps before an election. Comey felt this was his credibility on the line. He was the one who had testified before Congress. Thus, he completely took over, and Lynch backed off.
For the record, when I was reporting on this, I had read that it was Lynch who gave Comey orders, and she made his investigation extremely difficult. As it turns out it was Comey, who made Lynch’s life a living hell. He felt after she met with Bill Clinton in the famous tarmac meeting, he could not risk her judgment. In all fairness to Loretta Lynch she was between a rock and a hard place. It was Bill Clinton who engaged her on that day.
At this point, I have to reveal something outrageous about the Anthony Weiner investigation. I recently discovered this, and I was amazed. It seems Weiner was actually set up by an old flame of Carlos Danger, his online name, along with the teen who reported him. His old sexting partner was approached online by the young teen from North Carolina, who was his current partner. She told her she was currently involved with Weiner, and she was going to the police.
She went on to say: HER FATHER WAS A LAWYER, AND HE WOULD HANDLE IT. The two got together, sold the story to the news media, and went on to report him to law enforcement.
So my OPINION is I believe the young girl set up Weiner, and her father as a lawyer took over from there. She approached Weiner online first, and I think she planned it from the beginning. You may say that she did a good thing by getting Weiner off the Internet…maybe so, but she was old enough to know what she was doing…just my opinion.
Back to Comey and his God-complex, we have the following timeline that spans the beginning to the end of the rise and fall of James Comey: www.dailywire.com/news/16279/heres-your-full-timeline-fbi-director-james-comeys-aaron-bandler
2002: Comey starts working as U.S. attorney of the Southern District of New York. During his tenure in this position, Comey made headlines for his vigorous prosecution of Martha Stewart, which was described by legal experts as a “petty and vindictive” move by Comey. Comey defended his actions at the time by stating, “I thought of my hesitation about the case due to someone being rich and famous, and how it shouldn’t be that way. I decided we had to do it.”
2013: President Barack Obama appoints Comey to head the FBI and he is confirmed overwhelmingly by the Senate. Some members of the Left were concerned over Comey approving of the Bush administration’s use of waterboarding, but at the time Comey received bipartisan support, which is ironic given that he would eventually enrage both sides of the aisle.
2016: Comey announces that he won’t recommend an indictment against Hillary Clinton over her use of a private email server. This turned Comey into a hero for the Left and a source of disdain for the Right, since Comey had given Clinton a lifeline at the time. Even though he had laid out the case to indict her, he mischaracterized the statute in question to save her.
2016: Comey tells Congress under oath that he didn’t see any reason to re-open the Clinton investigation.
2016: Comey announces that he is re-opening the Clinton investigation. This was due to the fact that the FBI had discovered emails forwarded from Clinton onto a laptop used by the disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner, who was being investigated for sex with an underage girl.
2017: Comey defends his decision to announce the re-opening into the Clinton investigation. In response to a question from Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Comey stated that it made “me mildly nauseous to think that we might have had some impact on the election. But honestly, it wouldn’t change the decision.”
2017: Comey is fired.
A review of FBI Director James Comey’s professional history and relationships shows that the Obama cabinet leader — now under fire for his handling of the investigation of Hillary Clinton — is deeply entrenched in the big-money cronyism culture of Washington, D.C. His personal and professional relationships — all undisclosed as he announced the Bureau would not prosecute Clinton — reinforce bipartisan concerns that he may have politicized the criminal probe.
These concerns focus on millions of dollars that Comey accepted from a Clinton Foundation defense contractor, Comey’s former membership on a Clinton Foundation corporate partner’s board, and his surprising financial relationship with his brother Peter Comey, who works at the law firm that does the Clinton Foundation’s taxes.
When President Obama nominated Comey to become FBI director in 2013, Comey promised the United States Senate that he would recuse himself on all cases involving former employers.
But Comey earned $6 million in one year alone from Lockheed Martin. Lockheed Martin became a Clinton Foundation donor that very year.
Comey served as deputy attorney general under John Ashcroft for two years of the Bush administration. When he left the Bush administration, he went directly to Lockheed Martin and became vice president, acting as a general counsel.
How much money did James Comey make from Lockheed Martin in his last year with the company, which he left in 2010? More than $6 million in compensation.
Lockheed Martin is a Clinton Foundation donor. The company admitted to becoming a Clinton Global Initiative member in 2010.
According to records, Lockheed Martin is also a member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt, which paid Bill Clinton $250,000 to deliver a speech in 2010.
In 2010, Lockheed Martin won 17 approvals for private contracts from the Hillary Clinton State Department.
In conclusion, I hope I have made the point I set out to make about James Comey. Although he portrayed himself to be “snow white”…in fact, he put his ego first, his need to be right in front of the FBI, and he failed to think of the American people while doing so. He actually went rogue under AG Loretta Lynch, and sought to change the narrative in the Clinton email scandal. He continually talked out of both sides of his mouth while manipulating the political environment of Washington. He did not have a need for the truth….he had a need to manipulate the truth for his own personal gain.
It is own fault that he was fired, and he created much of the chaos surrounding President Trump’s Administration from the beginning to present day. It has been proven that President Trump did not conspire with Russia, and it is time to lay this matter to rest.
However, James Comey is the reason James Comey was fired as Director of the FBI, just as Hillary Clinton is the reason Hillary Clinton did not win the 2016 Presidency. However, it seems they both want to make President Trump’s Presidency chaotic; thus, putting our Country at risk. They are both hypocrites and traitors to the American people.