Comey Wrote in Memos He Later Leaked to Liberal Media … “I Don’t Do Sneaky Things, I Don’t Leak, I Don’t Do Weasel Moves”
COMEY WAS AGAINST LEAKING, BEFORE HE WAS FOR IT … IF THE SNEAKY WEAZIL FITS, WEAR IT.
Who needs to buy Comey’s book when you can read his memos for free? The below comments came from the redacted memos of disgraced former FBI Director James Comey’s redacted memos that were published online Thursday evening.
In one of his memo’x dated January 28th 2017, Comey recalls a dinner he had with President Trump in the Green Room at the White House. Let’s just get to the unbelievable part, you can read all the details … James Comey told Trump he could count on him to always tell the truth, stating, “I said I don’t do sneaky things, I don’t leak, I don’t do weasel moves.” Seriously? Sir, that’s all you seemed capable of as it was not but a few months later after Comey was fired that he leaked the memos to the liberal media via a friend. He admitted to this during Congressional testimony.
“I said I don’t do sneaky things, I don’t leak, I don’t do weasel moves.”
Comey Gives Weasels a Bad Name
Who finds this completely comical that they very individual who said he did not leak and do sneaky things, did just that? You are just so credible James Comey, That and the fact that these memos are released when Comey’s former #2 at the FBI that the Justice Department inspector general referred his finding that former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe repeatedly misled investigators to Washington’s top federal prosecutor, who will determine whether McCabe should be charged with a crime. Yup, nothing sneaky here.
The Justice Department inspector general referred his finding that former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe repeatedly misled investigators to Washington’s top federal prosecutor, who will determine whether McCabe should be charged with a crime, according to people familiar with the matter.
The referral to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia occurred some time ago, after the inspector general concluded McCabe had lied to investigators or his boss, then-FBI Director James B. Comey, on four occasions, three of them under oath.
The U.S. attorney’s office met with McCabe’s legal team in recent weeks, though it was not immediately clear whether prosecutors there were conducting their own investigation or believed criminal charges are appropriate.