Famous But Incompetent protects Clinton

FBI Director Comey has once again proclaimed a non-existent “intent standard” as his reason for letting the Hildafelon and her amanuensis Abedin slide over their email scandal. Protecting the powerful, more like.

“Last night, President Trump tweeted this: ‘FBI Director Comey was the best thing that ever happened to Clinton in that he gave her a free pass for many bad deeds!'”

Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch: “Why is it he said that he needed to prove intent, when in fact all they really needed was gross negligence, which was proven beyond the shadow of a reasonable doubt, and he probably had the intent there anyway?”

So why is Trump letting Comey stay director of the FBI? Is he waiting until the phony Russia scandal blows over, so the firing won’t look like a coverup? Hopefully.

Because unless Clinton gets the full grand jury probe of her mischief, Famous But Incompetent is going to be forever tainted—just like Bronco’s DOJ already is. And Trump himself will be tainted as well.

Via Breitbart

4 responses to “Famous But Incompetent protects Clinton

  1. Yeah, I posit that the FBI has been tainted from the outset. J Edgar and Clyde and Purvis, all PR hounds and teeny weenies.

  2. It’s amazing how the Mediacrats and the Dems all cooperate in Comedy’s little charade.

  3. “…Comedy’s little charade.” Would that be a pun on “Comey”?

  4. I misspelled it, but decided I like it. He is a comedy, a dark comedy.