James Comey apparently still thinks tweeting is a good idea.
On Saturday, he criticized comments Attorney General Bill Barr made on CBS as offering “no facts” and “echoing conspiracy theories.”
‘Pot meet kettle’! James Comey accuses Bill Barr of pushing conspiracy theories (after deleting similar tweet with ‘unfortunate typo’) https://t.co/Xlb7HNdXXW
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 1, 2019
About “echoing conspiracy theories,” Washington Examiner columnist Byron York has a reminder of something Comey said on ABC in April of 2018.
Oh, come on. This is FBI chief who on ABC 4/15/18 discussed dossier pee tape at length; said 'it's possible.'
RT @comey: Bill Barr on CBS offers no facts. An AG should not be echoing conspiracy theories. He should gather facts and show them. That is what Justice is about. pic.twitter.com/KQVn0UnZuM
— Byron York (@ByronYork) June 2, 2019
What would Mr. Comey call that?
if AG Barr was "echoing", certainly Comey was magnifying falsehoods. https://t.co/WOn8do55Qu
— Mike Hoover (@Mike_Hoover) June 2, 2019
Comey should really do himself a favor and think long and hard before hitting send.
The more Comey talks, the worse he looks. https://t.co/3iofpYtgwH
— Brit Hume (@brithume) June 2, 2019
‘One HECK of a typo’! James Comey’s deleted tweet complaining about Barr’s CBS interview is so VERY telling https://t.co/8Xw8LrWkGN
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 2, 2019