Comey Memoir Release Date Moved Up Because FBI is Under “Intense Scrutiny”
Crooked Comey’s memoir “Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership” is set to be released April 17th instead of the original publishing date of May 1st.
The publisher says the release date was moved up because the FBI is under “intense scrutiny”.
Flatiron Books confirmed Wednesday the release of Comey’s memoir
“We are confirming that A Higher Loyalty by
@Comey has a new publication date! You can get your copy on April 17th.”
— FlatironBooks (@Flatironbooks) February 7, 2018
USA Today reported:
Noting that the FBI is “under intense scrutiny,” James Comey’s publisher is moving up the release date of his memoir A Higher Loyalty.
Flatiron President Bob Miller and Publisher Amy Einhorn say that there was demand for the former FBI director to be heard amid an “urgent conversation” about the bureau. President Donald Trump and his supporters have repeatedly criticized the investigation into his campaign’s alleged ties with Russian officials.
The reason why the FBI is under intense scrutiny is because of James Comey’s failed leadership. Comey is responsible for corrupting the top brass of the FBI.
Comey misled the FISA court to obtain a spy warrant on Trump’s camp and gave classified memos to a friend to leak to the press in order to prompt a Special Counsel.
He also exonerated Hillary Clinton before interviewing 17 witnesses and handed out immunity like candy.
Crooked Comey is excited for his book release. On February 6th Comey tweeted he was “putting finishing touches” on his book.
He then said he was looking forward to its release and joining the discussion about ethical leadership.
According to the Washington Post, publisher Flatiron Books paid Comey $2 million advance for book.
On Thursday, Judicial Watch announced it is suing the FBI for documents on James Comey’s book deal.
Stay tuned. The Gateway Pundit will be reporting on Comey’s book of lies as soon as it is published (or before if it’s leaked to the public).