Screw You James Comey – What’s Good For The Goose…

Hypocrisy, thy name is…

According to the New York Times, FBI Director James Comey is reported to be requesting the President Trump Department of Justice to refute the possibility of the FBI having intercepted communications from Trump Tower in the latest “Wire Tapping” denial.

So lets give this request by Director Comey some context.


It was only a few weeks ago when the same FBI went to President Trump’s Chief of Staff and told Reince Priebus there was no truth to media reports, based on FBI leaks, of FBI evidence showing Trump campaign officials involved with Russian officials regarding the 2016 election.  It was all a complete nothingburger.

Details – On February 15th while discussing another issue FBI Assistant Director Andrew McCabe asked Reince for 5 minutes alone after the meeting.  At the one-on-one meeting McCabe told Priebus the New York Times Russia and Trump campaign story was a “bunch of BS”.

Priebus asked McCabe if McCabe would be able to say that publicly and get the media off his back about a ridiculously false narrative.  Asst. Director McCabe said he would check with his boss, FBI Director James Comey.  Later, McCabe called back and said he couldn’t issue a statement about it.


Reince Priebus was simply asking for the FBI to give truthful information about the false reports to the public.  The White House was asking Comey to deliver transparency.

Quote from the FBI to Priebus: “We’d love to help, but we can’t get into the position of making statements on every story”.

Oh, but now, when there are “false wire-tapping reports” about Director Comey, now, N.O.W he wants the Trump administration, via the DOJ, to help him out and deny the FBI had any involvement in surveillance of Trump Tower, candidate Donald Trump or President-Elect Donald Trump.

Now, when it fits Comey’s preferred sensibility.  Now he wants a clear and transparent record.  The hypocrisy is thick with this guy.

When the White House was asking Comey to clear the record, Comey says: “we’d love to help, but”…  However, now that the shoe is on the other foot Comey is full of righteously indignant appeals to the White House for clarity.

Screw you James Comey!

My advice to President Trump and team would be for them to tell Director Comey to go ahead and hold a press conference and deny the wire-tapping/surveillance himself.  And while he’s at it, he can clear up all of the nonsense surrounding these ridiculous media assertions which appear to be based entirely on leaks from his FBI community.

Go ahead Director Comey, hold your own damn press conference.  You did it for Obama and Hillary Clinton, do it again now.  Don’t go looking to hide behind the skirt of Attorney General Jeff Sessions just because all of the eyes are upon you now.

I’d be telling FBI Director James Comey to defend his own damned poorly run department.  The same poorly run politicized department that is apparently the primary source of all the leaks causing the trouble.

Sometimes ya just gotta be honest and admit the baby is damn ugly.


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376 Responses to Screw You James Comey – What’s Good For The Goose…

  1. flyingtigercomics says:

    This is why although I am 100% certain there are black hats and gray hats I have never thought there has been a white hat in the house since 1963.

    Liked by 4 people

  2. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    While they’re at it maybe go to the other end of the leaks . . .
    and work their way back. Drain the swamp!

    Liked by 4 people

    • KBR says:

      Excellent article! The comments are good too!

      The press is NOT free to publish our national intelligence!

      Everyone should read it and call Representative Nunes, Chairman of the House Select Committee on intelligence at the number given.

      HPSCI Majority Members

      Devin Nunes, Chairman
      22nd District of California

      Mike Conaway
      11th District of Texas

      Peter King
      2nd District of New York

      Frank LoBiondo
      2nd District of New Jersey

      Tom Rooney
      17th District of Florida

      Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
      27th District of Florida

      Michael Turner
      10th District of Ohio

      Brad Wenstrup
      2nd District of Ohio

      Chris Stewart
      2nd District of Utah

      Rick Crawford
      1st District of Arkansas

      Trey Gowdy
      4th District of South Carolina

      Elise Stefanik
      21st District of New York

      Will Hurd
      23rd District of Texas

      If you are in one of these states call your representative also.

      If you are not, then call/email/write your representative and tell them to carry your message to the house select comittee members as well.

      Liked by 1 person

    • KBR says:

      Quote from the article linked above in deplorable vespucciland comment:

      “The appropriate statute, 18 U.S. Code Chapter 37, section 798, on the “Disclosure of classified information,” authorizes prosecution of those who leak,

      **and those who publish the leaks.**

      The relevant sections “do not exempt any class of professionals, including reporters, from their reach,” as one Justice Department official has testified.”

      (Emphasis mine KBR)

      Freedom of the press is NOT freedom to commit crimes!

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Morgul Lord says:

    Sorry to point this out, but President Trump LEFT this mutt in charge of the FBI knowing the walk he gave Hillary [and the cover he gave Barry and Lynch], and the way he handles the case. should have fired him when he took office…

    Liked by 11 people

    • safvetblog says:

      Comey was appointed for a 10 year term. Can only be removed by impeachment. Does not serve “at the pleasure of the President “.


    • JayDee says:

      I agree with you to a degree I wouldn’t have trusted Comey and allowed him to stay on. President Trump is exposing these people for who they are. I think he is winning. Never can Mr. Comey claim he was unfairly brought down by the Trump WH. Mr. Comey he did this to himself playing both sides. He has told us by his actions he is a liar and someone who looks out for himself. It’s okay. President Trump is playing a 3 tiered chess game and everyone else is still playing checkers. We as a nation are in the throws of labor pains, this has to happen to truly MAGA God Bless America


    • Keep your friends close and your enemies CLOSER! And this man knowws where a lot of the “bodies” are buried.


  4. Pinkie says:

    Comey giveth; and Comey taketh away.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. limelite001 says:

    IMHO Comey is the one who told Trump about the tapping, as it wasn’t the FBI who ordered it, but the DoJ. That’s why he’s asking the DoJ to refute the claims, not the FBI, so as not to incriminate his organization…. But, that’s just my opinion.

    Liked by 4 people

    • 3x1 says:

      Who at the DoJ would do that, since Sessions has recused himself?

      Look at the number of sub-agencies. I had no idea there are so many!

      Which one(s) would be likely culprits for tapping and getting FISA warrants?

      Liked by 1 person

    • old_grouch says:

      I think it is something along those lines. I will never forget how Trump greeted Comey, after the inauguration, when Trump had that Thank You gathering for the law enforcement and security people after that weekend. Comey arrived a little late, and Trump greeted him effusively, made him come across the room in front of everyone and gave him a bear hug. They replayed the video of that on Fox and Friends today (or some show, I forget which one.) I think the WH knows exactly why Comey said this. And how/ to whom did he say it? Was it a leak to trap a leaker?


    • smartyjones1 says:

      It was Mike Rogers who broke protocol and went to Trump Tower to meet personally with the President-election in mid-November.

      That’s when this started but the details are only coming out due to the ace of spades dropped with gust by President Trump early Saturday.


  6. andi lee says:

    I pulled this off Sundance’s twitterfeed, (trying to catch up today’s happenings), you may have seen it already, worth watching again, the CFR players surrounding POTUS, trying to circle their wagons.

    A deeper understanding in all this mess is to keep an eye on the hearings on The Hill and WITNESS testimony, who “they” are, work for. (Always clues left dangling in these hearings)

    Liked by 1 person

    • 3x1 says:

      Need to see a prosecution of any leakers, be they holdovers or new hires.

      If i understand correctly, Sessions only recused himself from campaign matters. Anything after election day should be fair game. Hopefully grand juries have been empaneled and indictments are forthcoming.

      Any Democrat efforts to stall the AG assistant appointment this week should be met with nothing less than the full nuclear option. McConnell wasted no time getting his wife approved. Time to use that as leverage if he waffles this week.

      We gave them the House and the Senate. Now we want ACTION.

      Liked by 5 people

      • NebraskaFilly says:

        I honestly do NOT understand why Republipukes in the Senate do not simply change the rules!!! Make it time-restricted and just DO IT!!! Isn’t there a recess coming up next month? President Trump, if he is able legally (I don’t know the detailed requirements) should make a crap load of recess appointments! Can’t stand much of Mark Levin’s ideas but on this, I feel he is correct.


      • Benson II says:

        I think the McConnell wife leverage is of little value.


  7. Les says:

    The “computer scientists” who made the initial accusations that started all this are people hired to guard us against malware. THEY are inside our machines. Don’t trust these little bastards…

    Liked by 1 person

  8. fakenoozisforfools says:

    I’d be telling firing FBI Director James Comey and appointing someone trustworthy to defend his own clean-up the damned poorly run department.

    People have been going back and forth on Comey since last July when he made the ridiculous statement that “no reasonable prosecutor blah-blah-blah.” I’ve never wavered in my view that Comey is a crap weasel of the highest order. He should be run out of the FBI on a rail. Let’s make it a 2-for-1 and add tar and feathers.

    Liked by 6 people

    • jeans2nd says:

      All Comey said at last July’s news conference was that the prosecutors, Obama’s AG and Deputy AG, were being unreasonable.

      Iow, Comey said, “Mommy, she (Lynch) made me do it.”

      Mommy should just punish the little crap weasel and be done with it.

      Liked by 2 people

      • joninmd22 says:

        All the more reason he shouldn’t have been fired January 21st

        Liked by 1 person

      • Your Tour Guide says:

        Something that happened to Comey 40 years ago has been sticking in my mind for months. When Comey was 17, a guy kicked down their front door and held Comey and
        his younger brother hostage at gunpoint. They escaped, and the guy managed to re-
        capture them. ( It sounds like a Hardy Boys story when I’m typing it). Finally, the police
        managed to rescue them. The guy was a convicted robber and rapist.

        What’s been sticking in my mind is this. This is out there. Maybe I’ve watched too many
        movies. Was Comey selected to be “conditioned” for future uses back then? A taller,
        whiter version of Obama’s Manchurian Candidate?

        Liked by 1 person

        • swimologist says:

          How does briefly being kidnapped by a criminal condition you for future use? WTF?

          Liked by 1 person

          • Dr T says:

            There is a CIA program known as MK Ulta. Look it up.
            This may have been a failed first attempt at just that.
            There is speculation about Ozeros mother being a chosen one by said program thru her commie parents. They pick them for different traits and use them for different activities including possibly impregnating a 17 year old white female by a man known as Frank Marshall Davis in Hawaii and later covering up his identity with that of a Kenyan black student at that time.
            Remember when President Trump gave the conference where he stated that he was finally convinced O had been born in the USA? That’s where the birth certificate saga of Ozero begins . This is all speculation by many but it’s unknown of course . Just possibilities . A Manchurian candidate he was indeed. That is believed by a huge number of Americans.


          • Mike Campbell says:

            LOL man, I love Trump and this site but some of the people here have bunkers full of tin foil that seem to be interfering with their brain activity 😛


        • churchmouse says:

          Relevant link:

          ‘Comey’s conception of right and wrong, and his career-defining passion for law enforcement, were undoubtedly shaped by a terrifying 1977 incident that—at the age of 17—first brought him into contact with the criminal justice system. As he recalled in 2014, during an interview for CBS’s 60 Minutes: “I was a high school senior and home alone one night with my younger brother, and a guy—a gunman—kicked in our front door at our home in New Jersey and held the two of us captive.”

          ‘After the brothers escaped from their assailant, they were recaptured, escaped a second time, and finally managed to contact police, at which point the intruder—a notorious local robber and rapist—vanished into the night. Although neither Comey nor his brother suffered physical injuries, he was haunted for years by the horrific episode. Decades later, he credited it with having made him “a better prosecutor and investigator” who was better able to relate to other victims of crime.’


        • outragedyt says:

          Was he raped by the rapist?


    • joanfoster says:

      Not only Comey run out on a rail, but McCabe as well. They are both dirty.

      Liked by 2 people

  9. CountryclassVulgarian says:

    Yup. That is one ugly baby and President Trump is shining the light in its face,

    Liked by 4 people

  10. Patriot 1 says:

    Trump has left Comey in place for a reason. I am curious to see how this all plays out.

    Liked by 6 people

    • MissV says:

      Agree, P1. Comey is proving himself useful to Pres 45. The Don knows what he is doing.

      Liked by 3 people

    • old_grouch says:

      Yes, Patriot1, I agree with you and MissV. There is something behind this (unsourced) statement by Comey — to whom? How made public? Was this a planted leak trap?


    • Benson II says:

      Do we really need a big, big, big tado over this when Trump is busy getting the essentials in place. There’s a time and place for such actions and now is hardly the time or the place or Trump would have done it.


  11. jeans2nd says:

    Seems HeatStreet agrees with you (and us) re: Comey and DOJ.

    Last sentence in article –
    “By then (Monday), perhaps, the DOJ will have found someone who can help clear things up.”
    Ya, good luck with that.

    From “FBI Director Comey Wants DOJ To Reject President Trump’s Phone-Tapping Claims”


    • WSB says:

      This morning, Judge Napolitano on FBN’s Varney & Co., clarified that the President does have the authority to direct the NSA to produce intelligence on anyone he or she wants, no FISA warrant needed. The NSA falls under the military, therefore the direct relationship and access.

      So, this could be what Admiral Rogers’ knowledge is all about. That Lynch and Obama directed surveillance, and this could have been going on for years.

      Liked by 2 people

      • Bob Thoms says:

        And Comey could have been completely out of the loop; I don’t think Comey is a bad actor in this situation.

        In fact, his statement pushes the story onto the shoulders of Loretta Lynch….it narrows the storyline even more and identifies the actors.

        Liked by 1 person

        • WSB says:

          It’s highly possible. The odd framing of the indirect report of Comey asking the DOJ to deny Trump’s claim IS odd.

          Trying to call Lynch on the carpet? They both go way back together, so friends or foes?


        • Rob says:

          Out of the loop Comey may very well be. But Comey isn’t stupid, and knows that he may be out of the loop. So the smart course of action for someone in that position is to keep their mouth shut.

          Instead, he makes this bizarre request of his boss to deny a story in the paper, while knowing full well that just because HE doesn’t know about it, it may still be true.

          Of course, we only have “senior American officials” as the source of this Comey story. It’s also possible that Comey said no such thing.


  12. El Torito says:

    I think Comey is being used by all sides. When Trump decides that the time is right, Comey will be asked to resign and the the walls that have protected Obama/Holder/Lynch will crumble. 1)Comey begging DoJ and 2)MSM walking leak hit pieces back = Trump had a great weekend, tactically. Now we know these bastards do feel pain. Next we’ll determine that they bleed. (figuratively). Then we will know they can be stopped permanently.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. Joe says:

    That last sentence. I thought of Joe Camel aka Jay-Z and Beyonce…..


  14. Babycakes says:

    This whole line of discussion is based on a NYT article sourced anonymously. Given how many times in the past two years anonymous sources have turned out to be wrong, I am not going to assume that any of Comey’s actions stated in the article really occurred until it comes from Comey directly and publicly.


  15. oldguy says:

    Mr. president, as commander-in-chief you are going to need the troops to clean out this rats nest. Firm up your popularity with them.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. trapper says:

    To expand on a thought I posted last evening:

    Supposedly there were two FISA warrant requests, a criminal one in June that was denied, and a national security one in October that was granted. Comey wants DOJ to issue a statement that the FBI did not wiretap Trump Towers.

    We know the Obama crew doesn’t follow laws they don’t like, and have no qualms about using government agencies for political purposes (remember IRS charity denials to Tea Party groups). We also know they have no qualms about lying, but will sprinkle in enough truth to camouflage the lie and make the statement arguably true.

    So how do we fit together the puzzle pieces we know about? Here are some suggestions. What if the DOJ did obtain a FISA warrant to conduct national security surveillance of Trump Towers in October, but what if it was not the FBI that conducted the surveillance? What if it was some other group? Maybe one not authorized to operate domestically? Maybe one not authorized to spy on Americans? Or maybe a little group within a group, or even a third party conducting it? And what if some of the intelligence pre-dates the October warrant? What if the warrant was just a cover, a veneer of legality? And what if the FBI has seen the intelligence gathered, but doesn’t know who obtained it?

    No wonder no one wants to touch this. And Trump can’t talk about it because he now knows stuff he can’t let slip, like how we come to know some of the things we know.


    • trapper says:

      Actually, the more I think about it, the more it all begins to sound like some clever mischief created by an old spymaster. With no dog in the fight in the American election, why not poison both wells?

      American intelligence agencies start getting all of this information coming in about both candidates, some of which appears to be the real deal, but don’t know where it’s coming from or how much is legit and how much is disinformation (Hoover in a dress type stuff). They suspect they know where it’s coming from, but can’t let on which parts they have, or even that they have any of it, because that would betray what they have access to and what they don’t. Since it is domestic stuff they get a FISA warrant just to cover looking at it and distributing it. People being people, some can’t resist using some of it politically, but basically they don’t know what to do with it.

      Meanwhile, while we chase our tails and each others’ tails …


  17. kimosaabe says:

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Willy says:

    Why is this clown still fbi director?????????????


  19. Billydunn says:

    It appears to me former AG Lynch is getting awfully nervous.
    I suspect she fears when the s””t hits the fan….she is going to get splatterd !
    Hence she begins calling fot bloodshed in the streets.
    I cannot wait!

    Liked by 1 person

  20. dotherightthing4 says:

    I believe there WAS a tapping of Trump’s communications. I watched Judge Napolitano this morning. Per the Judge, Obama has direct command over the NSA as they are part of the military. All Obama had to do was pick up the phone and call NSA to order a wiretap. Hillary tweeted out October 31st that connections had been found between Trump and Russian banks. How would she know unless servers were being monitored? And she would have had to know…. Stories of the wiretaps are in all the liberal rags that have sought to bring down Trump. Now they are hoisted on their own petard.


  21. Rob says:

    Comey needs to go!


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