James Comey is still wallowing in his fame as a tool of the left as he gives interview after interview. During one such interview on MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow on Thursday, he attacked Rudy Giuliani. He did it within hours of the official announcement of Giuliani joining Trump’s legal team.
The giant snowflake wasted no time telling Maddow he had ordered an investigation of potential leaks from the FBI based on statements Giuliani had made in the final days of the campaign. Giuliani told Fox News hosts on air that the bureau was going to re-open its investigation of the Hillary Clinton email scandal.
This past Thursday, Maddow, in what seemed like a setup, played several clips of Giuliani on Fox October 2016, including the appearance in which he made the comments that led to Comey asking for a probe.
“This has been boiling up in the FBI…,” Guiliani told “Fox & Friends” at the time. “I did nothing to get it out. I had no role in it. Did I hear about it? You’re darn right I heard about it. And I can’t even repeat the language that I heard.”
Comey told Maddow he asked for an investigation of Giuliani. Apparently, that went nowhere.
Comey doesn’t know what happened because he was fired.
“I don’t know what the result of that was. I got fired before it was finished, but I know that I asked that it be investigated.”
Comey has a bad history with Giuliani and has called Giuliani “dangerous”. His style, he wrote in his crazy book, causes “resentment”. Obviously, a snowflake like Comey would see it that way.
Giuliani has worked with Robert Mueller and is said to have a good relationship with him.
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Comey is very political and this is one more example of how he politicized the agency.
The former FBI director is interested in dragging Giuliani down for many obvious reasons and he also needs to spice up his boring book tour. He keeps repeating the same things over and over. People are becoming Comeytized as Rush has said.
It is just more proof that Comey is a gossipy and vindictive man who never should have led the FBI.