Former FBI Director James “Big Mouth” Comey is front and center again after making two shocking admissions that have Special Counsel Robert Mueller hating his deep state life. You don’t want to miss this.
After being cut loose by President Donald Trump in May 2017, former FBI Director James Comey has, for the most part, limited his public presence to Twitter. While that may not be something Special Counsel and deep state hack Robert Mueller is concerned about, two shocking admissions Comey made previously to lawmakers is giving Mueller plenty of reason to curse the former FBI Director.
According to The Gateway Pundit, Comey’s own words from a meeting in March 2017 with Congress are coming back to haunt him and wreak havoc on Mueller’s witch hunt. According to two sources familiar with the meetings, Comey admitted to lawmakers that the FBI agents who interviewed General Michael Flynn on January 24, 2017, did not believe that Flynn had lied to them. Comey also divulged that he believed any inaccuracies in Flynn’s answers were not intentional.
These two shocking admissions alone should have Flynn vindicated and walking free. The problem created by this report for Mueller is obvious. Why on earth was Flynn charged with lying to the FBI if the Director of the Bureau told members of Congress that he didn’t lie? It’s almost as if the FBI officials responsible for setting up that meeting had an agenda somewhat different than Comey’s. Those two officials were former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and corrupt FBI agent Peter Strzok.
As a result of Comey’s two shocking admissions during that congressional meeting in March 2017, several lawmakers who were present left with the impression that Flynn would not be charged with a crime pertaining to the meeting on January 24, 2017. However, McCabe and Strzok were on a mission to dismantle Trump’s team, and Flynn was just the easiest target.
The meeting on January 24, 2017, was set up by McCabe and executed by Strzok. Normally, a lawyer for the National Security Council would be informed of that kind of meeting and be present for it. The unannounced meeting came as a surprise to General Flynn. I can just imagine McCabe and Strzok licking their chops as they went in for the kill. This act of entrapment of a Trump administration official is a sobering demonstration of how the deep state operates to take out its political opponents.
How ironic that Flynn was later charged with lying to the FBI by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and his team of Trump-hating degenerates. According to the Washington Examiner, Republicans in Congress asked Comey to appear for that meeting in March 2017, after they grew concerned over reports that Flynn had lied to Vice President Mike Pence about telephone conversations he had with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. There was tremendous concern about highly classified information pertaining to Flynn’s wiretapped phone calls with Kislyak being leaked to the press.
Wouldn’t Mueller’s life be so much easier right now if it weren’t for Comey’s big mouth? It doesn’t look good for the FBI Director to say Flynn didn’t lie only to have Mueller charge him with lying. Maybe Mueller had a special place in his heart for Flynn and decided to seize an opportunity that Comey hadn’t intended on exploiting. Or, perhaps, McCabe and Strzok were running their own agenda without any regard for making their boss look like a complete dumbass.
The outcome here is probably not one that the collective deep state is proud of. Robert Mueller looks like a corrupt asshat. At best, James Comey could have been misled by his subordinates, and at worst, he’s just a habitual liar. To make it worse, Andrew McCabe and Peter Strzok left a trail of electronic evidence a mile long, and they are both in really deep shit.
I’d say the deep state had lofty goals but failed miserably because they couldn’t recruit more intelligent monkeys. General Michael Flynn should have all charges against him dropped immediately in light of James Comey’s two shocking admissions.
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