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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Comey admitted breaking the law

Breitbart News tries but it too gets caught up in the sleazy Washington spin on the world.

"Former FBI Director James Comey may have misled the public when he claimed in his recently released book that he only provided 'one unclassified memo' to an associate with the purpose of sharing the contents with a reporter," Breitbart News reported.

"Only" one?

Everyone is now allowed to give away classified information as long as it is "only" once?

How shall I put this?

Comey committed a felony.

The fascist Obama regime brought felony charges against General David Petraeus for not keeping classified information secure.

It was a Stalinistic move designed to discredit someone who fell out of favor with the hierarchy.

But hey, we are supposed to let Jim Shady Comey get away with it.

Why not? Hillary violated the rule that Petraeus did -- 33,000 times -- and that weasel Comey let her off the hook.

Good people must never fall for their "only one" nonsense, as Breitbart News did. Once is one time too many.

Good people should not allow the bad people to define things.

Otherwise, it was a good report.


12 comments:

  1. Jim Shady! Love it, Big D. I’ m stealing that. Jimmy the Weasel was cool but it just didn’t have that oomph.

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  2. If you apply the standard Comey applied to Mrs. Clinton, he is not guilty. Comey argued that mishandling classified material is not illegal if you are too stupid to understand the law.

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  3. I've read elsewhere and I'm convinced it is true that at least 4 of the memos were classified.
    Even the "only one" may be a mistaken claim.
    JimNorCal

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    1. Four of the seven were classified “classified”. He gave his friend (now claiming to be his attorney) four meaning that at least one of the memos was classified “classified”.

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  4. Lookin'for some bloodlust zealotry out of the only people in a position to provide it.

    Where are they?

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  5. Bozell gets it: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/04/23/exclusive-bozell-last-chance-gop/

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  6. General David Petraeus supposedly had a "diary" summarizing information deemed classified which he shared with his mistress/bio writer. Classified is classified, memos or diaries.

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  7. I always thought Petraeus was screwed (literally and figuratively) because some people wanted to run him against Zippy in '12.

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  8. Normal (non-big shot) Federal employees understand confidentiality. Real simple, you don't ever tell anybody about your work. And all records are in the "official file" you don't keep your own records and you don't keep anything when you leave. You have this drilled into you over and over.
    There are about 100,000 IRS employees and almost all of them have easy access to the tax records of you, and of anybody famous you can think of. When is the last time a famous person's tax information was "leaked"? Why doesn't this happen daily? Because normal people who work for the Federal Government understand and respect confidentiality.
    This makes the actions of Comey, McCabe, etc. 100 times worse than anybody is saying they are.

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  9. Never mind Petraeus. A lowly submariner took a selfie which accidentally included the image of a top-secret monitor screen in the background of his shot, and when he posted it on-line he opened himself to charges, of which he was subsequently convicted. One photo by a lowly seaman, unintentional disclosure of allegedly classified information, and he was prosecuted. Head of the FBI, intentional disclosure of confidential and possibly classified information, and he gets a cushy book deal.

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  10. Only one? That mean one felony conviction which equals one convicted felon. What is so difficult about that? Except that we don't have an equal justice for all system.

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