As Twitchy has reported Thursday, the Inspector General’s report on former FBI director James Comey is out, and it concludes that “Comey violated department and FBI policies pertaining to the retention, handling, and dissemination of FBI records and information” as well as withheld from the FBI when they came to his house to collect FBI property that he had retained copies of the memos in his personal safe at home.
— Aaron Blake (@AaronBlake) August 29, 2019
Matthew Miller, a justice and security analyst for MSNBC, is standing up for Comey, saying he had no other options considering President Trump was trying to dismantle the DOJ’s normal way of operating. He had to go rogue.
Asinine. Comey did what he did because the president was actively trying to dismantle DOJ's normal way of operating. The AG and the DAG were both complicit, so Comey had no where else to take his concerns. It must be nice to live in the context-free world inhabited by the IG. https://t.co/UTiBWNjJYX
— Matthew Miller (@matthewamiller) August 29, 2019
Asinine. If Comey truly believed that Trump was an existential threat to America, he should have bravely come out and said so to a national audience. That's not what he did. He violated procedure & law to secretly plant a story in the media, you know, like a coward. https://t.co/FsvrRUgnTh
— Fusilli Spock (@awstar11) August 29, 2019
And then hid in the curtains.
These guys don't seem to understand, the president is the only elected guy in the executive branch, he's their will and voice in the branch. The fact that unelected state employees thought to disregard the voice of the states and act as if they know better is terrifying.
— Vaiv (@Vaiv71738794) August 29, 2019
Got that bit? The elected guy … no matter who the people inside the FBI were trying to get elected.
— Will Chamberlain (@willchamberlain) August 29, 2019
— Jamie White (@WhiteIsTheFury) August 29, 2019
"Context free world" https://t.co/g7vg7Ki3Zn
— Camille Kimball (@CamilleKimball) August 29, 2019
“It’s okay for Comey to violate the rules for personal purposes, regardless of the damage to the institution he represents, because the other guy did it first.” https://t.co/85OzuHhAl6
— The 1776 Brigade ⍟ (@1776Brigade) August 29, 2019
— WhatTheHell⭐⭐⭐ (@Miki9857) August 29, 2019
Aaron, you’re rather desperate aren’t you? https://t.co/RxHX63EQ6O
— Mike (@007Rukdme) August 29, 2019
Wow! Now that’s the best spin in a very long time…. https://t.co/noMaSBIY8w
— JillB (@jhpnjfb) August 29, 2019
More from the crowd of "rules are for the little people".
We must destroy the rule of law to save it. I got a solution for that too. It begins with V and ends in igilantism. Seriously this what these morons are driving to. https://t.co/4v5veDtgz6
— SpiffTheSpaceMan (@SpiffDSpaceman) August 29, 2019
Rule only apply to you, not those who would be your masters. https://t.co/NZWOnQKWlR
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) August 29, 2019
Imagine being so desperate to make President Trump look like bad guy, you try to make Comey look like the good guy. That is what’s asinine and the IG report clearly reflects it. https://t.co/hSzkZV4a77
— Educating Democrats – Praying Manntis (@PrayingManntis) August 29, 2019
— jpad (@humblegrandma) August 29, 2019
‘Good luck with THAT': Kimberley Strassel dumps cold water all OVER Comey’s demand for an apology https://t.co/HWklD3hYCo
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) August 29, 2019
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