Comey Was Nothing More Than A Leaker, Underminded FBI Trustworthiness 

Comey Was Nothing More Than A Leaker, Underminded FBI Trustworthiness 

June 11, 2017

President Trump fired Comey because he was derelict in his duties as Director of FBI. There were many times during the election of 2016, when he could of been honest with the American public, by being truthful and not misleading the public into thinking President Trump was under investigation for collusion with the Russians. But, he wasn’t, instead he chose to be political in every move he made, in order to help in discrediting our President. Comey’s testimony on June 8, 2017 all but sunk that misleading rumor.

The supposed memo that Comey leaked to Daniel Richmon, a Columbia law professor, was just an effort to have a special counsel appointed. This is without a doubt an action to bring about his own desired effect, which most likely would have never happened if he had told the truth. 

What happens now with the special prosecutor? Well, as I have said previously, the investigation into Russian collusion was not about Trump, it was about those in Trump’s campaign, like Flynn. You would of had to read between the lines every time Russian collusion came up in any of the MSM’s articles. They specifically were referring to those around the Trump campaign.

The Russian Dossier which MCCain produced was more fodder to confuse the public. That’s how the implication of Trump came into play. But, none of the allegations in the Dossier were ever proved. The foreign Intelligence officer, Christopher Steele, who was investigating Trump for dealings with the Russians pulled out of his deal with the FBI. This proves that something was not right with the Dossier. My question is who leaked this Russian Dossier? They should find this out! This was another attempt to undermine the election. You can be sure it wasn’t the Russians who leaked it!

In choosing to let the public think that Trump had colluded, it fanned the flames for CNN, NBC…..to publish wrong information that could of caused our President his rightful place as President, by having him impeached.

Trump is now striking back with his lawyers, to bring charges against Comey. Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Marc Kazowitz is accusing James Comey of leaking personal, privileged communications to the press in an effort to retaliate. Also an activist, Dr. Larry Kawa, as reported by westernjournalism.com, has filed a complaint to the FBI on the basis of James Comey’s testimony before the Senate Committee on June 8, 2017.

President Trump’s personal attorney makes a statement following testimony to the Senate:


As reported by Breitbart, Kasowitz made a statement in response to Comey’s testimony in the congressional hearing, a portion of which reads:

…it is overwhelmingly clear that there have been and continue to be those in government who are actively attempting to undermine this administration with selective and illegal leaks of classified information and privileged communications. Mr. Comey has now admitted that he is one of these leakers.

President Trump was well within his rights as President of the United States of America to fire Comey. This was not an “obstruction of justice.” This cannot be disregarded nor refuted, as the President’s objectives were to restore public confidence in the FBI, as noted in the memorandum to the Attorney General, Rod J Rosenstein:


Arguments on the opposing side of Trump stressed that it was obstructing justice in order to thwart the Russian investigation. According to Comey, during his testimony he stated Trump was never under investigation. You can’t be accused of obstructing justice if you were not a subject of an investigation in the first place.

It was a win situation for our President during Comey’s testimony, but it will most definitely never end, as the Democrats will continually try to find something to impeach our President. It’s a sad state of affairs, since it hog ties the administration from moving forward with more important affairs of state.

President Trump’s personal lawyer responds to James Comey’s testimony on June 8, 2017:

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