So much for the White House remaining "neutral". https://t.co/AmG1hv0MZv
— Lulu (@LuluVol) November 2, 2016
On Monday, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said that the president would “neither defend nor criticize” FBI Director James Comey’s decision to make public a renewed investigation into the Clinton/Abedin/Weiner case in light of fresh evidence. It seems things have now changed.
I'm old enough to remember when the White House defended Comey's integrity.
— Pradheep J. Shanker (@Neoavatara) November 2, 2016
President Obama has changed the White House’s tune with the election less than a week away:
— The Hill (@thehill) November 2, 2016
Do you really want to go there Mr. President? https://t.co/KAgkmlV03i
— John Carroll (@johned66) November 2, 2016
He does, but if Obama had any self-awareness he wouldn’t:
The same Obama who declared before the FBI investigation concluded that Clinton emails didnt harm national security? https://t.co/R2mqcfzKcZ
— Stephen Hayes (@stephenfhayes) November 2, 2016
This is a president who benefited when he got two different people's divorce records leaked, but whatever. https://t.co/REzs7nE4Rp
— Josh Jordan (@NumbersMuncher) November 2, 2016
Like Barry did in the Mike Brown and Trayvon cases.
— TR (@dryheevz) November 2, 2016
We do however, break open sealed divorce records and get Harry Reid to make up lies about my opponents. Oh, and use the IRS.
— Your Calf Tattoo is Horrid (@Bosch3333) November 2, 2016
this is a guy who politicized the IRS lecturing others for politicizing the agencies. LOL, nope.
— The Good Covfefe ⭕️?⭕️ (@Good_Lt) November 2, 2016
And besides, “innuendo” isn’t exactly an accurate word:
— Howard Wall ? (@HJWallEcon) November 2, 2016
More emails found in an previously undisclosed device is not innuendo. https://t.co/02TylJzPQ0
— Holden (@Holden114) November 2, 2016
— ●○ (@BeStillAnd_Know) November 2, 2016
Well, there’s that.