Disgraced former FBI Director James Comey — the guy who was handed a pink slip by President Trump — decided to weigh in on the whole Brett Kavanaugh situation in an op-ed that was published in the New York Times on Sunday.
And, just as you’d expect from any good little left-wing stooge, he followed the party platform and slammed Kavanaugh, suggesting the SCOTUS nominee is guilty of the unsubstantiated claims of sexual assault that have been leveled against him.
Having efficiently worked himself into the conversation, Comey then turns to Kavanaugh, whom he disparages for pushing back against Democrats for having shamelessly manipulated the allegations for political purposes:
We live in a world where the president routinely attacks the F.B.I. because he fears its work. He calls for his enemies to be prosecuted and his friends freed. We also live in a world where a sitting federal judge channels the president by shouting attacks at the Senate committee considering his nomination and demanding to know if a respected senator has ever passed out from drinking. We live in a world where the president is an accused serial abuser of women, who was caught on tape bragging about his ability to assault women and now likens the accusations against his nominee to the many “false” accusations against him.
Comey then works in a shot at Republican voters: “Most disturbingly, we live in a world where millions of Republicans and their representatives think nearly everything in the previous paragraph is O.K.”
Echoing the Democratic talking point rolled out immediately after the Senate announced the one-week FBI probe, Comey then calls for an open-ended investigation:
If truth were the only goal, there would be no clock, and the investigation wouldn’t have been sought after the Senate Judiciary Committee already endorsed the nominee. Instead, it seems that the Republican goal is to be able to say there was an investigation and it didn’t change their view, while the Democrats hope for incriminating evidence to derail the nominee.
Comey is a man who is responsible for allowing former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton to get away completely unscathed with breaking federal law by using a private email server to conduct government business.
Why would he allow such a thing, considering that at the time, his whole career was supposed to be based on upholding the law? Because he disliked Trump and wanted Hillary to win, allowing his personal politics to interfere with his job performance.
And yet, we’re all supposed to care what he has to say on this issue? Not likely.
Source: Daily Wire
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