Have you ever wondered if James Comey somehow had it within his power to magically transport himself back in time to September 3, 2013, the day before he assumed his current position as Director of the FBI, he would do it?  Because I gotta tell ya, he has to be questioning the wisdom of his decision to sign on for that job.  I know I would be, were I him.  I mean, he had to have known that if things were to ever come off the tracks, especially in the manner that they now have, that if he could be made to be at fault, no matter how remotely, that he would be.  And he had to have realized that in pretty short order he’d find himself under the proverbial bus.  And we’ve seen that play out in real time as it would now seem that Democrat ‘Dingy Harry’ Reid has become completely unhinged, having gone so far as to accuse Comey of blatant partisanship in the current presidential election campaign.  ‘Dingy’ accused Comey of “tarring Secretary [Hillary] Clinton with innuendo” while refusing to make public information about “close ties and coordination” between Donald Trump and the Kremlin.  And Hitlery too has now accused Comey of acting on behalf of the Republican Party and has claimed that this new action is both “unprecedented and deeply troubling.”

And so it was before 24 hours had passed after the FBI director informed Congress on Friday that it was reopening the probe into her emails that Hitlery went so far as to suggest that the director was now officially in cahoots with the Republican Party.  It was last Friday that Hitlery said, “We’ve made it very clear that, if they are going to be sending this kind of letter that is only going originally to Republican members of the House, that they need to share whatever facts they claim to have with the American people.”  She made her comments after initially being blindsided by the FBI’s announcement because the wi-fi on her campaign plane was apparently not working properly at the time the announcement was made.  Hitlery’s opening salvo is a sign of more to come. Her coming attack on the FBI and its director, James Comey, will likely begin in earnest this week, with her operatives using the letter to Congress as proof Hitlery is the victim of a political conspiracy.  Hitlery previewed her attack in Daytona Beach, Florida, on Saturday, when she said the letter was “unprecedented and deeply troubling.”  “Unprecedented?”  Hardly, just ask either Bush, both of whom had bona fide sleazy tactics used on them by the Democrats.  And “deeply troubling” for whom exactly?  But I digress.

Anyway, in getting back to ‘Dingy’, he went so far as to accuse Comey of being a criminal.  It was in a public letter written to the FBI director that ‘Dingy’ said, “I am writing to inform you that my office has determined that these actions may violate the Hatch Act, which bars FBI officials from using their official authority to influence an election. Through your partisan actions, you may have broken the law.”  He went on to say, “Your actions in recent months have demonstrated a disturbing double standard for the treatment of sensitive information, with what appears to be a clear intent to aid one political party over another.”  ‘Dingy’ put forth the bizarre claim that Comey is unfairly aiding the GOP candidate by hiding critical information about Russian support for Trump even as he also raises suspicions about Hitlery.  ‘Dingy’ went on to whine about how “the double standard established by your actions is clear.”  Double standard?  Is this really where ‘Dingy’ wants to go with this?  Did      ‘Dingy’ also think it was unfair for it to be brought up that George W. Bush had a DUI in 1976 just four days before the 2000 election?  Of that Casper Weinberger was indicted 10 days before the 1992 election?  An indictment that was thrown out after the election.  Probably not.

‘Dingy’ said, “In my communications with you and other top officials in the national security community, it has become clear that you possess explosive information about close ties and coordination between Donald Trump, his top advisors, and the Russian government – a foreign interest openly hostile to the United States, which Trump praises at every opportunity. The public has a right to know this information. I wrote to you months ago calling for this information to be released to the public. There is no danger to American interests from releasing it. And yet, you continue to resist calls to inform the public of this critical information.  By contrast, as soon as you came into possession of the slightest innuendo related to Secretary Clinton, you rushed to publicize it in the most negative light possible.”  ‘Dingy’ added, “Moreover, in tarring Secretary Clinton with thin innuendo, you overruled longstanding tradition and the explicit guidance of your own Department. You rushed to take this step eleven days before a presidential election, despite the fact that for all you know, the information you possess could be entirely duplicative of the information you already examined which exonerated Secretary Clinton.”

‘Dingy’ said, “The clear double-standard established by your actions strongly suggests that your highly selective approach to publicizing information, along with your timing, was intended for the success or failure of a partisan candidate or political group.”  During his years involved in politics, ‘Dingy’ has always played pretty tough. In 2012, ‘Dingy’ falsely claimed that Mitt Romney had not paid his federal taxes for a decade. The statement was untrue, but ‘Dingy’ remains unapologetic for participating in the Democrat effort to smear Romney.  When asked about it in September 2016, ‘Dingy’ replied in typical fashion saying, “People bring that up, it’s one of the best things I’ve ever done. Why? Because I knew what he had done was not be transparent and forthright about his taxes and to this day he hasn’t released his tax returns. … Did I want to do that? No. I had the information, I tried to get somebody else to do it. I tried to get somebody in the Obama ‘reelect,’ I tried to get one of the senators, I tried to get one of the outside groups, but nobody would do it. So I did it. And with that, like everything, I think in life, here’s something I learned from my father, if you’re going to do something, don’t do it half-assed, don’t play around. With the Mitt Romney stuff, I didn’t play around.”

Old ‘Dingy’s’ attack came just two days after Comey, in a letter to Congress, said the FBI was working to establish whether or not a newly-emerged batch of emails were pertinent to the bureau’s investigation into Hitlery’s use of a private email server while secretary of state.  Comey’s letter, coming 11 days before the end of an exceedingly bitter president campaign, has caused an uproar, with nearly everyone on Hitlery’s team criticizing him for the timing of the announcement and for making the announcement without knowing more.  The initial response from ‘Dingy’ was to urge Comey to be more transparent and provide the American public with more information than a brief letter which, he said, had triggered “rampant, baseless speculation.”  Sunday’s letter from ‘Dingy’ – two months away from retirement – went much further, questioning Comey’s principles, accusing him of practicing double standards, and charging that he may have broken a 77-year-old law that prohibits federal employees from using their positions in a bid to influence an election.

Imagine that, ‘Dingy Harry’ running around lighting grass fires, I’m shocked.  But that said, with old ‘Dingy’ already headed toward the exit, then when whatever it was that forced Comey’s hand does finally come to light, ‘Dingy’s’ gonna be long gone.  And therefore, the least of ‘Dingy’s’ problems will be whether there might be any consequences to be faced stemming from his being able to once again slander yet  another Republican candidate for president.  Ordinarily one should shy away from lighting a fire that one might not be able to control.  But ‘Dingy’ hasn’t got to worry about that, and it matters not to him what collateral damage may result from his despicable decision to now go after Comey.  Because, you see, he’s free to just run away.  Stupidity has been the bedrock of the Democrat philosophy since the colonial days.  ‘Dingy Harry’ praised Comey when Comey said he would not prosecute Hitlery Clinton for her crimes, but now he wants to deflect.  ‘Dingy’ is an admitted liar. He lied about Romney and made the claim he didn’t pay taxes, and then admitted that he lied and excused it with the comment of Romney didn’t win, which shows Democrats think winning by cheating and lying is perfectly acceptable.  He should be charged for fraud.

So apparently, desperate times call for stupid comments from ‘Dingy Harry” and every other Democrat.  But wait, he, and they, always say stupid things.  Evil, stupid things. Maybe the FBI would look into his many, and very questionable, real estate dealings. How did a man from Searchlight become so wealthy on a senator’s salary?  It’s one of those things that make you go, Hmmm. And it is also illegal to release personal tax documents, and illegal to obtain them without permission.  But what’s a few felonies between Democrats as long as they get to keep their club membership.  So ‘Dingy’ now claims that Comey “MAY” actually be a crook, just like he said that Romney “MAY” not have paid his taxes for 10 years and just like Megyn Kelly said Trump “MAY” be a sexual predator, or whatever, and Hitlery says Trump “MAY” have a temperament unfit for the Presidency, while she herself is clearly unfit not just for the Presidency but for holding public office at any level.  So that’s where we are now.  And I gotta tell ya, if I were a Hitlery supporter I would now be looking for some hole to crawl into.  And if was unable to bring myself to vote for Trump, then come Election Day, I’d stay right there in my hole.  Because how anyone is able to say that they are able to vote for her is beyond me.

Democrats’ anger at the latest turn of events marks quite the reversal from the situation last summer, when after a lengthy ‘investigation’ into Hitlery’s private server Comey concluded that while her actions were “extremely careless” and some emails moving through her server contained classified information, there was insufficient evidence to recommend an indictment.  You have to understand that to politicians it’s all about “the game”.  What that means is: If a football team lines up for a field goal, but “lies” and instead runs it in for a touchdown they feel victorious and have no remorse for tricking the other team for the win.  This is why ‘Dingy’ looked at the interviewer funny. Would the coach feel guilty for winning by calling a trick play? ‘Dingy’s’ answer of “we won, didn’t we?” illustrates this perfectly. Part of their game is convincing the voters life will end if Democrats don’t retain power. And so the electorate feels these issues deep in their hearts but the politicians, while they do think their individual stances are important, are far more interested in winning.  What ‘Dingy’ is doing here looks like another “trick play”.  And if it helps them to win, he will run any trick that play he can.  Hence, we must drain the swamp!


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