Comey Fires Off Cryptic Tweet in Response to Trump Tweetstorm
James Comey fired off a cryptic tweet Saturday morning in response to President Trump’s fury over the latest NY Times report claiming the FBI opened an investigation into President Trump after he fired Comey.
The report reveals the Deep State FBI opened an investigation on President Trump after he fired James Comey in May 2017. The investigation was launched based on unverified rumors.
The New York Times admitted in their report that there is no evidence that the Trump campaign EVER had any contact with Russian government officials.
President Trump fired off six tweets Saturday morning and went after “Lyin’ James Comey” and other corrupt FBI agents for pulling a J. Edgar Hoover by weaponizing the FBI to spy on him.
Trump accused Comey of “poor leadership” in how he handled Hillary Clinton’s email investigation and accused him of usurping the Justice Department when he announced Hillary would be exonerated in a July 2016 presser.
The President then called Comey a “loser” and a “Crooked Cop who is being protected by his best friend, Bob Mueller and the 13 angry Democrats” and a “leaking machine.”
James Comey responded to the President Saturday morning in a pompous manner with a cryptic tweet citing FDR.
COMEY: “I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made.” — FDR
“I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made.” — FDR
— James Comey (@Comey) January 12, 2019
President of Judicial Watch Tom Fitton slammed Comey for his arrogant tweet Saturday.
The rule of law? The Constitution? The Privacy Act? The Hatch Act? https://t.co/IMLS9SPHIe
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) January 12, 2019