10 Thoughts On Comey’s Firing


72968070So . . . did you watch the news last night. We got in from watching Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (Click here to read my review)  and I turned on the news to see if the world was still there and discovered the media in an out-right panic. POTUS fired FBI Director James Comey. It is perfectly within his power to do so, but everyone was aflutter—some were rushing to condemn the action, others rushed to praise it. Here are 10 thoughts I have.

  1. I would have fired James Comey, too. I just would have done it four months ago.
  2. Timing is everything. The timing of this looks highly suspicious.
  3. Anderson Cooper owned Kellyanne Conway last night.
  4. Trump apparently wasn’t prepared for the fallout of this action. How is that possible? He should probably fire some advisors.
  5. Comey found out while giving a speech and saw it on the TV’s in the room. That is no way to run a country.
  6. The media might be making this into a bigger deal than it really is, but it is hard to tell because they make such a big deal about EVERYTHING.
  7. It is not the firing of Comey alone that troubles me. It is the firing of Comey along with 46 Federal prosecutors.
  8. If I were a betting Baptist, I’d bet Jeff Sessions is the next to be fired, and I bet it happens before Independence Day.
  9. The first rule of an assassination is to kill the assassin. In October, Comey assassinated the Clinton campaign. Yesterday, the other shoe fell.
  10. The only way to clean this up is a special prosector. Congress should appoint one by the end of next week. It is in President Trump’s best interest as well as the nation’s, because it is the only thing that will put this behind us, one way or the other.


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