A Few More Questions for Comey…

Okay, so,now the NYT reports the FBI ” opened an investigation” of Trump when he fired Comey in May 2017.

1. Did Comey know that? And if so, did he lie to Congress about it, either explicitly or by failing to disclose? (Remember, he was not going to tell Congress he himself was the leaker; that wasn’t in his written statement.  He just happened to get a direct question about it–if he hadn’t, we still wouldn’t know.)

2. Who ordered the FBI to do this?  Name, rank and serial number, please.

3.How much time did they devote to it? What actions did they take?

4.  Did they find anything?  Yes or no, please.

5. Did the FBI also investigate Rosenstein, who had written a long letter to Trump asking that Comey be fired?

These are just for starters. But I don’t hold out much hope.  The Left seems to have no memory now for what their heroes du jour said and did even a few months, nay, weeks, ago.

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  1. Did the FBI disclose this investigation to the House Oversight Committee or the House Judiciary Committee?   Wouldn’t information about such an investigation have been relevant information in response to their direct requests for information?

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  2. Both of you are guilty of applying logic to this hot mess.  Since the Left is running out of ammo, they’re fabricating stories like this to garner air time.  Whether or not we worry about it, this crap will dissipate in a few days, just like all its predecessors.

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  3. Trinity Waters:
    Both of you are guilty of applying logic to this hot mess.  Since the Left is running out of ammo, they’re fabricating stories like this to garner air time.  Whether or not we worry about it, this crap will dissipate in a few days, just like all its predecessors.

    Yes.   The Enemy of the People.

    The most important parts of any mass media news accounts you see about the Mueller Investigation are the parts they left out.

    For more on the parts that get left out, see this great summary of three instances just this week by John Solomon:

    https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/424910-how-news-media-omissions-distort-russia-probe-narrative-and-shield

    The past week provided fresh examples of how journalists endlessly seeking to portray the Russia probe in black-and-white terms can misinform the public through omission, cherry-picking or lack of context.

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