James Comey is in a lot of trouble.
The former FBI Director admitted during his Senate Intelligence Committee hearing that he gave a highly sensitive anti-Trump memo to his friend who then leaked it to the press.
And although Comey only admitted to one leak, there might be many more.
Comey passed his memo with his interpretation of his meetings with President Trump to Daniel Richman – a Columbia Law School professor.
Richman, in turn, leaked that memo to the press at Comey’s request.
When asked why Comey didn’t do it himself, he explained that the media was at the end of his driveway and leaking it to them personally would be like seagulls coming back and wanting more.
But nobody seemed to notice that his distrust for the media metaphorically explains his over-paranoia toward President Trump.
And now many question if there are others who have sensitive information.
Fox News reports:
“President Trump’s legal team may be prepared to show a trail of leaks to The New York Times by former FBI Director James Comey – dating back to at least March – in a pair of complaints set to be filed to the Justice Department inspector general and Senate Judiciary Committee, a source close to the team told Fox News.
An independent Fox News review of The New York Times’ reporting dating back to January reveals a host of stories sourced from top FBI and DOJ officials – or those privy to their conversations – that either paint Comey in a positive light or push a message he was unable to personally disclose.
Though Comey told the Senate Judiciary Committee on May 3 he’d never been — or directed another FBI official to be — an anonymous source for news reports about the Trump and Hillary Clinton investigations, the then-FBI chief did not deny orchestrating leaks using, for instance, an old friend who works at Columbia University, or providing the information to a wide enough group to ensure it would leak.
And in reference to a separate case, he acknowledged sending his infamous letter to lawmakers last fall announcing a revival of the Clinton email probe knowing full well what they’d do: ‘Did I know they were really going to leak it? Of course, I know how Congress works.’”
But Comey has liberals fooled that he’s trustworthy despite his obvious bias when he decided not to prosecute Hillary Clinton in her email scandal.
Liberals everywhere cried bloody murder when Comey reopened the investigation into her emails only days before the presidential election.
In fact, even Hillary Clinton continues to blame Comey, WikiLeaks, and the DNC instead of looking in the mirror.
USA Today reports:
“’I was on the way to winning until the combination of Jim Comey’s letter on Oct. 28 and Russian Wikileaks raised doubts in the minds of people who were inclined to vote for me but got scared off,’ [Hillary Clinton] said. ‘And the evidence for that intervening event is compelling, persuasive.’
During her long-ranging interview with Amanpour, Clinton also blamed misogyny and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s interference for her loss.
The U.S. intelligence community has blamed Russia for orchestrating a campaign of cyberattacks on Democratic political organizations with the goal of undermining public confidence in the democratic process and denigrate Clinton.
During the campaign, anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks released the emails of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and other Democratic officials.”
It’s clear that nobody trusts anyone in our federal government and that’s why President Trump is dismantling its regulations and power right now. So the American people need to stop supporting an obvious Trump-hating media.