Friday, September 02, 2016

Oh, The Lies

With the document dump today, it is becoming clear that Comey couldn't track a white elephant up a muddy creek bank.
Hillary Clinton told FBI investigators last month that she did not have a personal computer inside the area within her home designed for viewing classified information known as a SCIF.
But three different witnesses told the FBI Clinton did indeed use personal computers inside the SCIFs at her Washington, D.C., and Chappaqua, N.Y., homes.
The contradiction in Clinton's statements was just one of many that was exposed in the scathing 58 pages of notes released by the FBI Friday from its investigation of Clinton.
Comey sold out his personal reputation, the good name of the FBI, and put to rest the idea that we're a nation of laws.  He should be indicted for malfeasance and his name be eternally shamed in the annals of incompetent cops.

Given the opportunity, I intend to piss on his shoes, and tell him that it's raining.


Old NFO said...

I don't even have the words... sigh

Rivrdog said...

Is that a Cajun expression, PawPaw? Around here, we would piss all over him, watch it run down into his boots, then watch some more to see if he was smart enough to pour piss out of his boot, by the instructions printed on the heel.

In Comey's case, that is unlikely.

Retired Spook said...

You're a better man than I am. I wouldn't likes on his face if his nose was on fire.

Old 1811 said...

I still think you're selling Comey short. The fix was in and he was powerless to do his job properly. He did what he had to do, but at his press conference he showed that she had satisfied every element of the crime. Before Congress he laid out the circumstantial case for intent (which he said was missing during the press conference). Now he's showing the public that the evidence shows gross negligence (at the very least).
This is the opposite of a Stalinist show trial. The purpose of the show trials was to demonstrate that a person could be condemned with no evidence. Comey is showing that a person can skate in the face of overwhelming evidence of guilt, if it's the right person.