“Real Nut Job” Comey To Give “Real” Testimony In “Real” Open Session

Well, it looks like the “real nut job” that Donald Trump was forced, gun to his head, to fire because of how mean he was being to Hillary Clinton (his dismissal certainly had nothing to do with the fact that he was leading an investigation into the administration’s ties to the Kremlin) is now set to testify before a Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in an open session.


Here’s Reuters:

Former FBI Director James Comey, who was fired by President Donald Trump last week amid an agency probe into alleged Russian meddling in the U.S. election, has agreed to testify before the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee at a public hearing, the committee said in a statement on Friday.

The hearing will be scheduled after the May 29 Memorial Day holiday, the statement said.

And here’s the official statement:

This caps off a disastrous series of Friday afternoon headlines that started with a NY Times report suggesting Trump bragged about firing Comey to Sergey Lavrov and Sergey Kislyak in the Oval Office last week, allegedly calling the former FBI Director “a crazy nut job.” 

That was immediately followed by a WaPo story that revealed a White Official close to Trump (you’ve gotta think it’s Kushner considering the questions swirling around the golden boy recently) is now a “significant person of interest” in the law enforcement probe.

That story was itself confirmed hours later by NBC.

One can only imagine what Trump is saying right about now, but you can bet he won’t be in the best of moods when he’s wheels down in Riyadh.

Get that fucker a scoop or two of vanilla ice cream in a hurry because it’s looking more and more like he’s going to be a well-done steak with a side of ketchup within about two months.


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6 thoughts on ““Real Nut Job” Comey To Give “Real” Testimony In “Real” Open Session

  1. Don’t get your hopes up about Comey. I predict that he will offer little or no substantive testimony, offering the excuse that anything he says might interfere with Mueller’s investigation.

  2. Wilbur even looks like a little weasel (defined: a cunning, sneaky person, stool pigeon)
    Have you seen the video of him and Trump and Bannon et al, dancing with swords in Saudi today? lovely.

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