Irony – James Comey’s Concern About Lying Exposes Months-long Lying of Democrat Leadership…

During fired FBI Director James Comey’s testimony today he justified his need to write “memos” after meetings with President Trump because he held concerns that President Trump would lie about their meetings.

However, in citing this reasoning, and later delivering expanded testimony, James Comey exposed his own lying and also the lying of Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff, Senator Chuck Schumer, and Senator Mark Warner.

First, to the matter of James Comey directly lying.

James Comey testified today that he delivered his memos to his friend at Columbia University, Professor Daniel Richman, on/after May 15th. He said the intent was to initiate a “special prosecutor”:

“I woke up in the middle of the night on Monday night, ‘cause it didn’t dawn on me originally that there might be corroboration for our conversation; there might be a tape.” [Referring to Monday May 15] “And my judgment was I needed to get that out in the public square so I asked a friend of mine to share the content of the memo with a reporter. I Didn’t do it myself for a variety of reasons but I asked him to because I thought that might prompt the appointment of a special counsel. So I asked a close friend of mine to do it.”

However, the content of the memo was leaked to the New York Times on or before Thursday May 11th for an article that was originally posted at 5:26pm:

[…] By Mr. Comey’s account, his answer to Mr. Trump’s initial question apparently did not satisfy the president, the associates said. Later in the dinner, Mr. Trump again said to Mr. Comey that he needed his loyalty.

Mr. Comey again replied that he would give him “honesty” and did not pledge his loyalty, according to the account of the conversation.

But Mr. Trump pressed him on whether it would be “honest loyalty.”

“You will have that,” Mr. Comey told his associates he responded. (link)

The President Trump Tweet James Comey claimed today he was responding to, was transmitted by the President on Friday May 12th (the day after the NYT article):

So the “leak” to the New York Times, to write the Thursday May 11th story about the dinner in question happened at least four days prior to James Comey stating he intentionally gave memos to his friend Daniel Richman after waking up on Monday night May 15th.

That’s lie #1.

However, perhaps more importantly was James Comey exposing four very public members of the gang-of-eight: Democrat Rep Adam Schiff, Democrat Rep Nancy Pelosi, Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer, and Democrat Senator Mark Warner.

Pelosi is Minority leader of the House; Schiff is the ranking member of the House Permanent Committee on Intelligence. Schumer is Senate Minority Leader, and Warner is the ranking member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

All four Democrat politicians are on the gang-of-eight intelligence oversight group as an outcome of their leadership roles and committee seats.

Gang-of-Eight, 2017

More importantly, Senator Warner, Senator Schumer, Nancy Pelosi and Representative Adam Schiff have frequently been in front of numerous cameras claiming that President Trump himself was part of an ongoing FBI investigation, and expressing all manner of outrage therein.

However, today James Comey testified to congress that he specifically told Warner, Schumer, Pelosi and Schiff that President Trump WAS NOT under an FBI investigation.

Watch the end of this snippet:


So there you have it.

Fired FBI Director James Comey admits he briefed the Gang-of-Eight that President Trump was not under investigation. Yet, how many interviews have Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi, Mark Warner and Chuck Schumer given where they continued to sell the storyline that President Trump was under investigation?

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635 Responses to Irony – James Comey’s Concern About Lying Exposes Months-long Lying of Democrat Leadership…

  1. G3 says:

    Interesting theoryI just heard- that Comey set the precedence of speaking in private. Comey asked to speak with President Elect Trump alone at Trump Tower to discuss PP File.

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  2. sickconservative says:

    So this was the nothing burger we all new it was, so tomorrow Sessions un-recuses himself while removing the special prosecutor.
    Next he starts real investigation into Comey and the real leaks from the deep state holdovers.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Anne says:

      I think Sessions will resign. Hopefully, he will be replaced by Trey Gowdy.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Annie says:

        !Nooooo!!! Do not trust Trey Gowdy. Sessions has walked across hot coals for Trump! I have a feeling that he recused with the president’s blessing. There is a strategy in place here that we don’t understand yet, but I’m not giving up on Sessions.

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        • Jimbrown says:

          I share the same belief. Maybe Russia collusion and support for HRC?

          Liked by 1 person

        • cav16 says:

          Agree, remember at his confirmation hearing a few of the Rhino’s were weak kneed. Then they caved to the wanna be Marxist and demanded AGSessions recuse himself! Be patient, Jeff Sessions will come thru!

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        • Southern Son says:

          I wish everyone would peruse
          28 cfr 45.2.
          Honorable Beauregard Sessions,
          Had No Choice.
          It’s Federal Code, and it’s real easy to understand.
          The Yoke of muh russia is off.
          Sessions Can finally get after the Swamp Dwellers (CFI also).
          He should look real hard at DWShultz too. Somethin’ Seth Rich goin’ on.
          Dims should be buyin’ more drawers.
          They gonna need ’em.
          The Corruption is Deep, and Jeff is sure to score in any direction.
          I believe J. Edger Comey was Snapped in the Trap today.
          J.E.Commie needs to be Procecuted.
          His own Testimony is an Admission of Guilt.
          Start Lockin’ ‘Em Up.
          The Tide ain’t Slack no more.

          #WAR! NO Quarter!!

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        • Jerry says:

          President Trump is leading each and every crooked politician down the road less traveled…to prison. The “Negotiator” knows his opposition and opponents. Don’t worry Mr President, the deplorables have your back Sir!

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        • I agree with you Annie. I’m not giving up on AG Sessions either. He’s a man of integrity – emphasis on the GRIT!

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          • Abster says:

            I agree with you, FW. I think AGSessions is behind the scenes working his fingers to the bone. He certainly has his plate full. I think he is a strong, honest man who knows if this isn’t stopped now we could lose the country as we know it. Hold tight and pray.

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      • The Empty Showman Gowdy would be a big win for the Deep State.

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      • wj2016 says:

        Sessions is the best there is while Gowdy is a poser fake full of hot air. TG is a classic example of “controlled opposition”.

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      • margarite1 says:

        A friend of mine knows Senator Ben Nelson who knows Session and told my friend that Sessions isn’t a racist but he’s not qualified to be Attorney General. After the recusal I’m beginning to think he’s right.


        • Yeah, I’m willing to take the word of a Democrat senator, Ben Nelson, as to the fitness of Jeff Sessions for AG. I mean who wouldn’t trust the guy who received the “Cornhusker Kickback” during the campaign to pass EmbalmerCare to give accurate evaluations about Republicans? He said that Sessions wasn’t qualified because he doesn’t want Sessions around to prosecute his fellow cronies in the Democrat party.

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        • Steve hesla says:

          Who do you think is or was qualified to be AG??? Eric Holder who was responsible for fast and furious or Loretta Lynch who conspired to allow Comey decide to let Hillary off on all the felonies regarding the server and email fiasco. and Bengasi Sessions is not stupid like the last 2 Obama appointed Attorney Generals…


      • Steven Hitt says:

        I so hope so. Sessions was political payback. Gowdy is a prosecutor with high integrity.


      • paulyho39 says:

        Yes! Sessions was supposedly this upright and strong AG…he has done NOTHING…and his so quickly recusing himself from the fake Russia investigation was a real disappointment to me! It made him appear really weak!


      • dawndoe says:

        Gowdy took up for Comey on Martha McCallum’s show. No way Gowdy is the person for AG. Sessions is the man for the job!


    • Howie says:

      Hot Damn! Maybe Sessions has been Playin’ Possum?

      Liked by 4 people

      • lftrn97 says:

        the Senate is the exact wrong training ground for executive leadership–protocol, indecision. non-committal posturing, concern for process over results. Wrong for an AG or any other Department head. (i.e. Nobama)

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        • fakenoozisforfools says:

          You think “senator” is the only job Jeff Sessions ever had? He was a state attorney general, a judge, and spent several years as a US attorney as part of the DOJ before he became a senator. He’s more qualified to be AG than anyone who has held the position in decades.

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    • decisiontime16 says:

      Here we go. No time wasted….

      “Former FBI director James Comey may have done more damage to Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday than even President Trump, whom Comey publicly accused of waving him off part of the Russia investigation.

      Comey said he expected Sessions to recuse himself from the Russia investigation weeks before he did because of reasons that are classified. That does not comport with Sessions rationale when he announced his recusal in early March.

      Democrats pounced on Thursday after hearing Comey’s suggestive language about “facts that I can’t discuss in an open setting.”

      “The hearing raised serious questions about Attorney General Sessions that he and the Justice Department must answer immediately,” Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said in a floor speech shortly after the hearing with Comey ended. “The Senate Intelligence Committee investigation and special counsel Mueller ought to get to the bottom of this matter.”


      There is no cure for rabid wolves.

      Liked by 2 people

    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Nicely written Sd.


  3. Sherlock says:

    I caught about 80% of the hearing. Was Comey ever asked about why a few weeks back he testified that no one had ever pressed him or impeded any ongoing investigation?

    Liked by 1 person

  4. mccall1981 says:

    This is a great read:

    “Comey’s Testimony is Great for Trump, Terrible for Democrats”

    Liked by 2 people

  5. waltherppk says:

    Be careful for what you wish, it can cause sleep problems

    Olympus VP-10 Digital Voice Recorder Voice Activated 1620 Hours Recording Time

    Liked by 4 people

  6. Dora says:

    Here is Chuckie’s take:


    • Sherlock says:

      Shumer is such a dishonest twit. Who cares what Comey thought? It wasn’t his call, it was that of the head of Justice. But, as usual, Shumer’s buddy Comey decided HE was above the law, above protocol, above precedent, and above procedures long in place, and decided that HE would decide to get a special prosecutor installed, regardless of what it took to do so, including tawdry leaking to a newspaper that hates the President of the US.
      Real slick guy you’re in bed with, Shumer.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Eric says:

      Yeah, one is a Democrat and one is a Republican, very telling.


  7. Old Lady says:

    Comey’s testimony is enough for President Trump to call a press conference tomorrow and announce the END of the Russia investigation and send Mueller home. Then his next sentence shoud direct Sessions to investigate Comey, Clinton, Lynch, and 4 of the the gang of 8 for any and all crimes committed in the process of fueling an unsubstantiated waste of taxpayer money. ENOUGH. Take it over, Mr. President. That’s why we sent you to Washington, Sir.

    Liked by 19 people

  8. OnlyInAmerica says:

    CNN just sampled a 9 person panel on today’s Comey testimony and all 9 said they felt better about Prez Trump as a result of Comey hearing. WINNING!

    Liked by 6 people

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  10. From Matthew Continetti, editor in chief of Washington Free Beacon:

    “What I saw in Comey’s testimony was a very skilled lawyer making the case by implication that the president obstructed justice by directing him to drop the Flynn investigation, then firing him after he had failed to do so. And Comey will of course make the same case in his deposition to his friend Bob Mueller. Who will combine that testimony with Trump’s other questionable interactions with members of his cabinet when he reports his findings to the Justice Department and Congress.”


  11. TwoLaine says:

    Who has been arrested so far since Comey’s testimony? Richman, Comey, anyone?


  12. libertysc2016 says:

    Comey admitted to taking actions, like leaking the memo, to inspire the appointment of a special counsel. This seems rotten to the core and should be investigated. Did Comey coordinate the release of information with others? Leadership of Congress? DOJ? Mueller?

    Liked by 1 person

    • The deplorable clayusmcret says:

      He showed that the supposed man with ultimate integrity was nothing more than a vengeful leaker. And that clearance/nondisclosure agreement he signed followed him into the public sector for all sensitive or classified discussions he had as Dir/FBI. Whether he wants to admit it or not, laws were broken when he leaked to his buddy to leak to the press.

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  13. The deplorable clayusmcret says:

    democrats knew everything Comey repeated in open testimony today. Lying weasels.


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  17. ZC says:

    So glad the SOB was fired and is gone, and now…. oh the tangled web they’ve weaved….


  18. E C says:

    That picture of Comey with the side eye looks like suspicious cat.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Pam says:

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  20. psadie says:

    Laura Ingraham on Hannity nailed it exactly what Comey was really doing…Comey had no intention of telling PTrump to “stop” discussing Flynn for it might not be appropriate. Comey is a SEASONED lawyer and Director of the FBI so he knew what he was doing. He wanted PTrump to talk about things so he could have something over his “HEAD” to be used at a later date! Blackmail so he could keep his job! So he lets Trump talk and then runs to his car and makes detailed notes and shares them with his circle at the FBI…so typical of folks/Deep State in DC who “control” others by having damaging information on them! Bingo!

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  21. Pam says:

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  22. JeremyJohn says:

    idiots in lemon show still talking impeachment.


  23. not2worryluv says:

    Comey, a professional political prosecutor in DC for decades and the most powerful person in the FB,I is “stunned” about what President Trump “hopes”; he gets “nauseated” over the possibility he could have hurt Hillary Clinton’s in November; admits to adhering to Loretta Lynch’s dialog directive.

    No wonder under his “leadership” we have SJW, BLM, Antifa, M13, the New Black Pathers and illegal aliens ruining our communities and the American way of Life for the last 8 years.

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  24. Phil aka Felipe says:

    Obstruction of justice? Comey just opened the door to an obstruction of justice probe of Loretta Lynch in the Hillary Clinton email “matter”.

    There needs to be subpoenas issued and depositions taken from Loretta Lynch, Beezlebubba Clinton, Hillary, and Comey re: the tarmac conversation and the conversations between Lynch and Comey re: how to spin and what was discussed and instructions if any given to Comey for his July 5, 2016 press conference. Add Obama, Jarrett to the mix.

    Then compare those depositions. Game on.

    Liked by 2 people

  25. SR says:

    I am not understanding this.
    Quick Q: does President is under investigation in special consul by Mueller?


    • psadie says:

      Apparently not and on Hannity LIVE now they are saying that the investigation with Mueller should not happen…let it go! There is no obstruction/collusion, period.


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  30. jmclever says:

    Love how Sundance repeatedly refers to Comey as fired FBI director rather than former FBI director!


  31. suejeanne1 says:

    When I hear a Senator unable to not even lie about a simple fact like his “home state” then I find it difficult to take his word on anything else – maybe I have it all wrong, but I thought your “home state” was where you were born or at least where you grew up as a child – so, I believe I heard Senator Mark Warner today referring to his “home state” of Virginia and it just irks me – yes, I know he has been there for a little while now, but it is NOT his “home state” –
    from Wikipedia:
    Warner was born in Indianapolis, Indiana, the son of Marjorie (née Johnston) and Robert F. Warner. He has a younger sister, Lisa. He grew up in Illinois, and later in Vernon, Connecticut, where he graduated from Rockville High School.
    I think he moved to Virginia thinking he would have immediate name recognition and dumb Republicans would think he was the son of John Warner.


  32. itsy_bitsy says:

    My conclusion: Not only is Comey a liar, but he is a “stupid” liar!


  33. bitterlyclinging says:

    The planned political assassination of President Donald Trump.
    In 1944 the German Army dressed English speaking German soldiers in American Army uniforms then infiltrated them behind American lines in the Ardennes.
    The Democratic Party, today, is engaged in the same task as the German Army was in 1944.
    The only difference is that in 1944 we could deal with the enemy infiltrators in a more expeditious manner when they were discovered.

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  34. Melanie says:

    This Is Complicated.
    Even to a Political Junkie like myself. I unfortunately find myself tuning out from the myriad of Testimonies, Accusations, Rule Of Law and Possible Repercussions from all these Hearings.
    Imagine John or Jane US Citizen, listening to MSM without the guidance of Sundance’s filter and explanations?
    I can’t even begin deciphering it all. What will happen after all this? Anything?
    This is Complicated.


  35. kp3ace says:

    Bloomberg today! Frank Quattrones case holds clues to Comey, Trump, obstruction
    Turns out Quattrone and Trump have something in common, James Comey.


  36. BillRiser says:

    Comey has just landed a new job in St. Louis, Mo. He will be performing in the musical “Wizard of Oz” playing the Cowardly Lion. The producers of the Musical could not turn him down after his great acting performance at the senate hearing yesterday.


  37. All American Snowflake says:

    “Fired FBI Director James Comey admits he briefed the Gang-of-Eight that President Trump was not under investigation. Yet, how many interviews have Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi, Mark Warner and Chuck Schumer given where they continued to sell the storyline that President Trump was under investigation?”

    That just makes me want to spit.


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