In the last few months of serving as FBI Director, James Comey began giving conflicting statements and testimony to Congress, the White House and others. That made it difficult for anyone to believe which version of what he said was true and which version just a ‘lapse’ of memory or based on wrong information. Regardless, he had become more of a liability to the credibility of the FBI and Trump administration, which is why President Trump fired him. Breitbart lists 7 good reasons why Comey’s credibility is questionable.
Earlier this week, the New York Times reported that President Donald Trump tried during a private meeting to convince then-FBI Director James Comey to drop an investigation into Michael Flynn, who was fired as national security adviser.
The charge, strongly denied by the White House, relies on a memo the Times reported was written by Comey shortly after the meeting with Trump, propelling the issue of the fired FBI chief’s credibility to centerstage.
Below, in no particular order, are seven significant problems with Comey’s credibility:
1- Comey repeatedly failed to seek the recusal of …
Democrats said Comey could not be trusted or believed before his firing. Now they are taking everything Comey says as gospel truth and trying to use it, regardless of accuracy, to unseat President Donald Trump.