Comey Fires Off Cryptic Tweet Following Release of Mueller’s Report, “So Many Answers”
Fired FBI Director James Comey posted another bizarre tweet Thursday evening following the release of Mueller’s report.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s 448-page report was released to the public Thursday morning following AG Bill Barr’s press conference.
Mueller’s team of angry Democrat donors desperately tried to pin obstruction charges on President Trump and failed.
According to Mueller’s report, there were 10 “episodes” involving Trump and questions of obstruction charges.
One of the potential ‘obstruction charges’ stemmed from Comey’s ‘Trump memos’ he penned shortly after Trump was sworn into office.
President Trump asked Comey to drop the investigation into General Flynn. “Let General Flynn go Trump said to Comey, stating “he [Flynn] is a good guy.”
Comey gave this very memo to a friend to leak to the New York Times in order to prompt a special counsel investigation into whether Trump obstructed justice when he fired Comey as FBI Director.
Another potential obstruction charge outlined in Mueller’s report was President Trump’s termination of James Comey as FBI Director.
President Trump exercised his Constitutional authority when he fired James Comey as FBI Director in May of 2017.
Comey refused to publicly acknowledge that President Trump was not personally under investigation and Trump fired him a few days later — Comey and the liars in the media said Trump fired Comey for this reason.
In reality, DAG Rod Rosenstein wrote a letter recommending Trump fire Comey for his mishandling of Hillary Clinton’s email investigation.
It appears James Comey was celebrating the potential obstruction charges against Trump in a Thursday evening tweet.
“So many answers,” Comey said with a picture of the ground in a forest.
So many answers. pic.twitter.com/GY61xtIgJV
— James Comey (@Comey) April 19, 2019
Comey’s tweet Thursday evening is ‘part two’ of a tweet he fired off on March 24th, the day Barr released a summary of Mueller’s “principal findings” that revealed the special counsel concluded Trump did not conspire with the Kremlin during the 2016 election.
And this guy used to run this country’s premiere law enforcement agency. Let that sink in.
So many questions. pic.twitter.com/66KaR52Kk8
— James Comey (@Comey) March 24, 2019